Getting Your Doula Business Off the Ground – Free Workshop

FREE WORKSHOP Getting Your Doula business Off the Ground Fill in this form to join this free workshop: You are in the right place if you are: A doula who has recently finished your training An experienced doula  A professional working with parentsA professional providing care services  like lactation support, sleep guidance, or childbirth education…

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Free Workshop: Getting Your Doula Business Off the Ground

FREE WORKSHOP Getting Your Doula business Off the Ground You are in the right place if you are: A doula who has recently finished your training An experienced doula  A professional working with parentsA professional providing care services  like lactation support, sleep guidance, or childbirth education …but you are feeling… Uncertain of your next steps…

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Lori Stafford: The bebo mia be brave award

Lori Stafford Doula Birth Worker Bebo Mia

My name is Lori Stafford and I am grateful to be the runner up of the Brave Award. I have three sons ages thirty, twenty-six and twenty-two and I am a grandmother fourteen month granddaughter named Riley. My current career as a caregiver taking care of my mother. My previous career experience has been in…

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Denise A. Ransom and her BIPOC Doula journey bursary

Denise A. Ransom Bebo Mia Scholarship Doula

You want to know about me? Sure. Here are a few things that I can say.  Once I realized I was a woman who could produce milk, I knew that I was going to breastfeed/chestfeed. My earliest memory was walking down my high school hall with a few friends saying that I was definitely going…

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Diamond Sadé and her BIPOC Doula journey bursary

Diamond Sade Birthworker Doula Bebo Mia

, Hi, I’m Diamond Sadé Walker I am a Hard-working, courageous, generous, dedicated, and loving woman. I am continuing my education in early childhood development at Texas State University. I am the middle child, I have an older brother and a younger brother. My younger brother and I are 15 years apart. My mother Misty…

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The Queers for Queer Care Award by Nicki

The Queers for Queer Care Award by Nicki

Maternal Support Practitioner MSP Scholarship – Fall 2021 Hello everyone! My name is Nicole, but I also go by Nicki or Nicoletta, and I use the pronouns she/her. As a little girl I was obsessed with babies, and I believe this is when the journey began, on my winding path, to become a birth worker.…

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Jeska Sta.Teresa and The JAYU human rights award

Jeska the JAYU human ights award

Maternal Support Practitioner Certification Scholarship – Fall 2021 What makes me different is my advantage My name is Jeska Sta.Teresa, from the Philippines. My mother is the head of our household, alongside her twin who is a 2nd mom to us. I have a sister. I’m younger but people call me the “big-sis”. We have…

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Colouring Contest – WIN a bebo mia Course!

Last month we featured Lauren Turner, A.K.A Ren The Doula, and her AMAZING coloring book for World Breastfeeding Week. “I love bringing a creative aspect into client care practice, and colouring was something I found to be meditative while on bedrest. Using art both as a teaching and therapy tool is a great way to…

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Birth Of A Doula: Lyndsey's Scholarship Story

For the Spring 2018 Doula Scholarship submissions for the  Maternal Support Practitioner Program at bebo mia inc we had some amazing applicants and are thrilled to present our winners’ submissions. With the help of some incredible sponsors like Olivia Scobie & Candice Tizzard of Stages Doula, we were able to offer 6 Scholarships to the very first…

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