Butterfly Baby Loss and Grief Doula Training
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Butterfly Baby Loss and Grief Doula Training

When:
November 9, 2019 @ 9:00 am – November 11, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
2019-11-09T09:00:00-08:00
2019-11-11T17:00:00-08:00
Where:
Camp Capilano
4077 Capilano Park Rd
North Vancouver
BC V7R 4L2
Contact:
Jill Colpitts
Butterfly Baby Loss and Grief Doula Training @ Camp Capilano

Saturday, Nov. 9, 9am-6pm
Sunday, Nov. 10 9am- 6pm
Monday, Nov. 11 11am-5pm (may use nearby alternate venue this day … TBA).

Early Bird Pricing until AUGUST 31: $250+GST
After August 31: $350+GST

This event is happening at beautiful Camp Capilano in North Vancouver, and includes bunk bed accommodation (optional, but no price difference if you choose to sleep elsewhere).
Admission to the Red Panties Retreat is included in the ticket price.
No meals are included, but there is food near by and a full kitchen onsite. There will be a potluck during the Red Panties Retreat which happens from 6pm on Sunday to 11am on Monday.

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As Birth workers we all know that at some time or another we will come across loss, be it known or unknown.

This training will enable you to enter those situations with knowledge and compassion.
My biggest goal working with pregnancy and infant loss has always been to support people so they can enter into this journey without regret.

In this 3 day in person training we will cover:

– Miscarriage
– Ectopic pregnancy
– Medical termination
– Fatal diagnosis
– Stillbirth
– Infant death
– Adoption
– TTC/Pregnancy after loss
– The grief and loss that people experience with typical postpartum, as well as postpartum after having a loss with baby and without
– Supporting family and friends through loss, including siblings
– What you can do to help, how you can be prepared
– Who to reach out to for support for yourself as well

Randi lost her sister at the age of four years of age.
She has had 7 first and second trimester losses, her first being multiples.
Randi started supporting families through loss in 2009 as a peer support, and started professionally in 2015.

Randi has very intimate knowledge when it comes to walking the veil between life and death; the inner knowing of a birthing person as well as young children.
Randi also has extensive trauma and bereavement training and experience through practice.

To learn more about Randi, please visit her website:  https://butterflybabydoula.com

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