Open Arms Breastfeeding Peer Counselor Training August 5-9, 2019
Open Arms provides community-based support during pregnancy, birth, and early parenting to nurture strong foundations that last a lifetime.

Working in the Puget Sound region since 1997, Open Arms Perinatal Services is a nonprofit focused on strong community-based support for women through pregnancy, birth, and early childhood. We currently support 17 different languages, and serve over 300 new mothers and over 300 babies each year. We carefully pair clients with trained doulas who are a cultural and/or language match whenever possible. Open Arms has served over 3,000 clients and conducted over 22,000 home visits to help improve maternal and infant health, as well as build healthy foundations for early learning. Open Arms is the leading non-profit providing doula services specifically for pregnant and parenting families in Washington State who are facing poverty.

Instructors Camie Jae Goldhammer, MSW, LICSW, IBCLC and Felisha Floyd, IBCLC will be teaching a 5 day, 45 hour peer breastfeeding course. In this course, students will gain skills to best support lactating families. With great care and focus Camie and Felisha have designed a curriculum that centers communities of Color while being clinically strong, culturally relevant and really fun.

We expect there to be a lot of interest in this course and space is limited. Please fill out the form below.
***Please note this forms is not a registration form and not a guarantee of a spot in the training***

Training Details:
August 5-9, 2019

9:00am-5:00pm

Location: Amara 5907 MLK South, Seattle, WA 98118

*Breakfast and lunch will be served each day

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Do you live or work in King County?
What areas are you able to serve?
Using the areas listed above, what area do you live in?
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The breastfeeding peer counselor program is specifically funded to prioritize serving African American, Native American/Alaska Native, Pacific Islander, Native Hawaiian and rural communities. Do you share an identity as a member of the below communities?
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Have you had any breastfeeding training before?
If yes, please share where and when your previous trainings were.
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Why do you want to take this training?
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Are you interested in being employed as a breastfeeding peer counselor?
Do you have any dietary restrictions?
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Do you have any access needs? Access needs are any accommodations that will help you to be present in the space during the training (eg. wheelchair accessible, transport, scent-free space, CART, etc). Open Arms and Amara will do its best to meet any requested access needs.
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