Working with Multiples
An advanced training for caregivers who work with multiples
Doulas, NCS, nannies and other caregivers of families often are looking for more skills and confidence with twin and triplet families, and this Advanced Training is designed just for them. With over 700 families of multiples worth of experience, Kimberly offers a workshop for those that are new and also those who specialize in working with multiples.
Topics covered include:
Postpartum emotions and hormones
Special considerations for premature babies
How to support a mother nutritionally
Swaddling options for twins/preemies
Challenging scenarios for experienced doulas
The prenatal interview
Welcoming the family home
Planning to feed 2 or more
Setup & equipment
Scheduling and routines
Tandem baby wearing safety
Working with Multiples Trainings in 2019:
Jan 12 Phoenix, AZ
April 5 Minneapolis, MN
July 7 Seattle, WA
Sept 13 Portland, OR
Nov 30 Phoenix, AZ
If you would like to bring this training to your area, and have a teaching space that holds 10-15 comfortably, contact us.
Come join us and take your twin and triplet skills to the next level!
In registering for this training, you are agreeing to abide by the following policies:
I understand that I may not record the training workshop (audio or video). I may not photograph any PowerPoint slides, training materials, certificates of completion, or any other intellectual property belonging to CAPPA Faculty Kimberly Bepler. I may not reproduce, publish, or distribute any materials in the training hand outs other than for the purpose of using them for my personal business as a postpartum doula or other caregiver.
I may take photographs of instructor and the participants ONLY with the express permission. I may not use these photographs for any purpose other than personal use. They may not be used for any advertising purpose, nor sold or transferred to any other party without the express permission of the parties in the photograph.
Certificate of training completion is given only if the entire training is attended, and training fees are paid in full.