Missouri is a state which does not have a requirement for you to be certified in order to work as a birth doula. Additionally, the state does not require a college degree in order to become a doula. Although having a certification or a degree has professional benefits, it is not mandatory to receive one in Missouri.
The following is a list of educational classes and workshops available in the state of Missouri which can count towards your doula training. If you are interested in applying to a certification program, please read the details carefully to determine whether the courses offered are a required part of the curriculum.
Doula Training in St. Louis, MO and Kansas City, MO
Organization Name: Heavensent Support
Course and Workshop Details and Requirements
- 2 day, 20 hour long birth doula training workshop (required for credit for CAPPA certification)
Course and Workshop Topics
As part of your doula training, these courses will cover the following:
- Learn how to offer non-bias information to your client
- Discuss the importance of offering support to the mother
- Engage in offering encouragement and positivity
- Learn how to offer support to the other members of the client’s family
- Discuss the different scenarios that can happen during labor and birth
- Develop labor support and comfort giving skills
- Discuss the certification process
Costs and Fees
2 day, birth doula training workshop if you register early – $450
If you register late – $500
There is a deposit of $150
Register online or pay through Paypal by clicking here.
Kyndal May is a certified doula with over 20 years of experience helping train doulas across the United States. She has received her certification from DONA (Doulas of North America) and has dedicated her career to supporting families during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum. With her extensive knowledge and experience, she is committed to providing compassionate and personalized care to every family she works with. In addition to her work as a doula, Kyndal is also a passionate advocate for women’s health and birth rights. She has spent many years educating and empowering families to make informed decisions about their birth experience. She also uses her experience to help train other doulas, passing on her knowledge and skills to the next generation of birth workers. With her dedication to her clients and her profession, Kyndal is a respected and valued member of the doula community.