There are a few different required reading lists for doula classes, but some of the most common titles include:
The Doula Book by Penny Simkin
The Birth Partner by Penny Simkin
The Thinking Woman’s Guide to a Better Birth by Ricki Lake and Abby Epstein
Birthing From Within by Pam England
These books are required reading for doula class because they provide essential information on how to support a woman during labor and birth. They also teach important skills such as massage and relaxation techniques.
Other related questions:
Which doula certification is the best?
There is no one “best” doula certification. Different organizations have different requirements and focus areas, so it really depends on your individual needs and preferences. Some things you may want to consider include the cost of certification, the time commitment required, and the geographical area covered by the certification.
What does CD mean in doula?
CD stands for certified doula.
What qualities make a good doula?
Patience, empathy, and a deep understanding of the birthing process are essential qualities for a good doula. A doula should also be able to provide physical and emotional support to both the mother and father during labor and delivery.
How do I promote myself as a doula?
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best way to promote yourself as a doula will vary depending on your individual circumstances, goals, and target market. However, some tips on promoting yourself as a doula may include attending relevant conferences and events, joining relevant online and offline communities and networks, and creating marketing materials (such as a website, business cards, and brochures) that highlight your services.
- Doula Reading List | Rocky Mountain Doula | Ana M. Hill
- BIRTH DOULA CERTIFICATION REQUIRED READING LIST
- Required Reading — Best Doula Training
- Required Reading – CAPPA
- Required Reading List | Madriella Network