Become a Doula
Become a Doula: Introduction
Birth Doula Training
Postpartum Doula Training
Birth and Postpartum Bundle
Advanced Doula Training
Birth Doula Internships
Doula Business Incubator
This was the best workshop that I have ever taken! Jesse put so much thought and care into the class, and it was evident each day. It was well organized, used small groups, interactive online and phone app resources while we were there in a physical classroom -and 10 hour days flew by because the class was so great. Thanks Jesse!
SLB April 13, 2022
Mother Tree doula training is the absolute best. Jesse Remer is an amazing instructor who exudes warmth and wisdom. She has created more than just a class – it is an experience. I have taken both the birth and postpartum in-person trainings and both times I have walked away with a wealth of knowledge and a full heart after 3-4 beautiful days of learning and connection. I also just love the cozy yurt and the surrounding farm. I highly recommend Jesse Remer and Mother Tree!
“Absolutely phenomenal instructor/teacher/trainer. Very personable and welcoming, inviting. Very skilled at handling vulnerable conversations, and addressing anxieties.”
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So you want to become a Doula?
We’ll help you jumpstart your plans to become a doula....
But first let’s answer a couple Frequently Asked Questions:
What's a doula?
There are so many ways to answer this question but first and foremost a doula is a compassion human who seeks to offer physical, informational and emotional support to people in the childbearing year.
Who can be a doula?
Anyone with a desire to support people in the perinatal period. We have supported individuals from all walks of life and all parts of the world. As a Traditional Healthcare Profession and set of life skills the doula profession is supportive to every age, gender and personal identification including intergenerational career moves, spiritual and lifestyle choice. Doulas stand at the intersection of birthing person to parent, individual’s access to health equity, family to community.
In an effort to cultivate and nurture thriving and sustainable culturally specific doula care (a doula for every person who wants one!) there are Diversity Scholarship opportunities for individuals who identify as Black Indiginous, Doulas of Color or Trans LGTBQIA+. Inquire about our scholarships.
Questions We Address
Is the on-call life for me?
What are the challenges of being a doula?
What are the joys of being a doula?
How do I get started?
How do I get experience?
How do you manage the rest of your life if you are going to birth?
How many births can you do a month?
How much will I make?
What about my kids? My partner?