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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF DOULATRAININGSINT
78.5% of doulatrainingsint's followers are female and 21.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.80%. The average number of likes per post is 225 and the average number of comments is 4.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR DOULATRAININGSINT
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF DOULATRAININGSINT
- Children & Family 83.38 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 56.83 %
- Fitness & Yoga 55.84 %
- Art & Design 50.82 %
- Music 50.13 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 45.57 %
- Entertainment 43.99 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 42.29 %
- Beauty & Fashion 38.95 %
- Business & Careers 38.44 %
- Travel & Tourism 38.05 %
- Books and Literature 35.10 %
DOULA TRAINING SCHEDULE UPDATES 🌎 ☁️ Our team has spent the last week welcoming a new cohort of doulas in training online—and we’ve also been using our time to listen, reflect and act. Today, we want to share a few calendar updates, so everyone has the information they need to work with us online in June and July. In case you missed it, we are hosting a digital postpartum doula training on June 17 (in two weeks), as well as two additional online trainings in July. You can find the links to register as well as the full calendar at wearedti.com/training-schedule. PS: We will continue to amplify anti-racism resources, as well as organizations that combat anti-Blackness in the birth world in the coming weeks. For now, you can find a list of the organizations we would like you to direct your attention to at wearedti.com/blog. #wearedti
At DTI, we are emboldened by people who make anti-racist resources available and do the work required to change the worlds we live in. Today, we would like to amplify five Indigenous-, Black- and WOC-led organizations that deserve both your social and financial support. Our list includes South Los Angeles Birth Center from @kindredspacela, @rebirthequity, @mamasanavibrantwoman, @atnsc and @everydaybirth. You can learn more about their missions and work at wearedti.com/blog. Photo by @tesscagle from @bornintothis.co 2019
Please direct your attention and support toward @theeducatedbirth and @everydaybirth today. 💡 As an educational resource and magazine, they show up for Black families and families of color year-round—from organizing communities to providing vital information on racial disparities in the birth world. Over the past few days, they have been fundraising to print and distribute their latest issue. Head to the links in their bio to contribute, and please pick up an issue for yourself. Illustration by @theeducatedbirth #wearedtidoulas #reproductivejusticedoulas
We are a community that is unified in autonomy, cultural humility, reproductive justice and intentional growth. And when we work in a field like birth work—one that has clear racial health disparities and outcomes—we must commit to being anti-racist. For those of us who are white or non-Black, the murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery should pull us to a full stop. But we should also continually challenge ourselves and examine our privileges and the harms they cause. We have to commit to do the work, because we have families to serve that rely on us to be better. At DTI, we are emboldened by people who make anti-racist resources available and do the work required to change the worlds we live in. If you are looking to begin or continue your anti-racist education, we recommend exploring bias trainings with @rebirthequity or purchasing “This Book Is Anti-Racist” by @tiffanymjewell. These two books have also been helpful: “White Supremacy” by Layla Saad AND “White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism” by Robin J. DiAngelo. Anti-racist action is also necessary. We must examine the care we provide, the way we distribute resources and the way we show up in the world—and stay vigilant and accountable to these changes. We will continue to amplify anti-racist resources in the coming months and as always reproductive justice will remain core to our curriculum. We have work to do.
We just added two new online trainings in July to our summer calendar. If you’re looking to become a doula, you can explore the full schedule now (or swipe to see) at wearedti.com/training-schedule.✨💡 Also, a big thank you to everyone who has joined us online and explored becoming a doula or doula educator with us these last few months, too. We need #reproductivejusticedoulas in the world, committed to autonomy, radical inclusivity, collaborative entrepreneurship and intentional growth. We are grateful to be one of the many amazing organizations you can choose for your educational journey. ❤️ PS: You can learn more about our mission, team and values at wearedti.com.
Today’s featured #wearedti doula educator is Amanda Reyna, CD, CCBE (DTI) of @motherhoodsatx. 🌎💦 Amanda is a co-owner and the managing partner of Journey to Motherhood, LLC, a birth and postpartum doula collaborative in San Antonio, Texas. Her work includes providing evidence-based support for birthing people, including full-spectrum reproductive support, childbirth preparation and education, labor and postpartum care, and placenta encapsulation services. In addition to being a birth worker, Amanda serves on the board of directors for The Lilith Fund, serving the central and southern regions of Texas with direct financial assistance for abortions. Advocating for all aspects of reproductive autonomy has been at the root of her work since before becoming a doula and a parent. Outside of these roles, Amanda spends time with her family exploring the great outdoors, studying herbalism, relearning the guitar, and reading so many books. 💡 You can learn more about Amanda and read all about our educators in training in wearedti.com/blog. #doulalife
From March to April 2020, the #weareDTI educator team began a series of five community calls to support doulas as they navigate their work during safer-at-home restrictions and times of social distancing. 💡 Virtual recaps of each call are now available for free—whether you’re a DTI member or not. You can access them all at wearedti.com/training-schedule. #doulalife #doulassupportingdoulas #doulatogether
WE CARRY BIRTH. 💦 This tote, and a few of our original #wearedti tees, just hit the permanent sale. You can grab one for yourself at 30% off under the “shop” tab at wearedti.com. Artwork by @wordbaskets 🌸 #doulalife
✨💦 Today’s #birthworld fact: No two nipples are alike. Nipples can vary in size, color, shape and texture—and they’re expected to grow, shrink and change throughout our lifetimes. Photo by @hanna_panchenko #artastoldbydoulas #wearedti
Our first doula training of the summer begins June 1!✨☁️ Hosted entirely online, this #fullspectrumdoula training is a 12-month interactive course, pairing you with one of our founding educators. The curriculum equips you in the fundamentals of birth work, how to provide birth and postpartum support, as well as what it looks like to integrate cultural humility and inclusion into your doula practice. Registration closes in just a few weeks. As always, you can find more info on this course and how to register at wearedti.com/training-schedule. Photos reposted from #weareDTI lead educator @jessicaadiggs from an in-person doula training in 2018 #birthdoula #postpartumdoula #doulalife
Today, we are proud to introduce the 13 birth workers training to become DTI Doula Educators. ✨ Soon, you’ll be able to take trainings with them all over the US. In the meantime, get to know all 13 and why they do this work at wearedti.com/blog (link in bio). PS: As our first-ever cohort of doula educators in training, this is a big moment for us, too. Thanks for supporting the #wearedti journey. ☁️ #doulalife
This week’s #artastoldbydoulas: the newest line of pregnancy paper doll kits by @theeducatedbirth. ✨ Depicting a variety of identities and pregnancy experiences, you can use these sets in your practice with clients, childbirth education classes and more! Learn more over at the link in their bio. #wearedti #fullspectrumdoulas #birthisart #doulalife
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