How do you go about becoming a Doula??
After I had DD2 I have been really interested in helping other women to birth better (for want of a better word). I had really great labours and really great VB's and would love to be able to help others feel that they can have this too.
A few of my close friends who have kids (actually all of them that have kids) have had either a c/s or a horrible time birthing whether it be due to the environment, anxious support people or bad hospital service.
Like I said I would like to help other women have better, more enjoyable birthing experiences.
Out of 5 girls (in my circle of friends) I am the only one who VB'd. As far as statistics go that to me is terrible and in a couple of my friends cases a c/s or major episiotomy could have been avoided!!
I have been looking at websites about it for a couple of days and can't find any training or info courses that are in Sydney (well one but not a date set yet so I can't book as I don't want to not be able to make it).