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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 0.70%. The average number of likes per post is 220 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 %
Spotted in the DTI office. 👀 Shirt by @milkandhannah
Meet this month’s featured #wearedti educator in training: Amelia Mattocks, MPH, MCHES, CD (@ameliamattocksdoula)☁️🌎 “I live in Greensboro, NC, and I serve my community and the surrounding areas as a birth and postpartum doula, and a childbirth educator. I have a Masters degree in Public Health Education, and I am a Master Certified Health Education Specialist. After working in various health education settings, including worksite wellness, SNAP-Ed, Community Health Education, and Sex Education, in 2019 I returned to my passion of child and maternal health. Currently, I am also an adjunct instructor at UNC-Greensboro, and I am in the midst of starting the very first state-wide professional doula organization. This new non-profit organization will encompass the pillars of social justice and racial equity to support all doulas and birthing bodies in North Carolina.” You can learn more about Amelia, our educators in training, as well as our doula teacher training program at wearedti.com/blog. #doulalife
Drip drip. 💧 by @coucousuzette, now in our little online shop. You can grab yours at the link in our bio. PS: As always, when you buy from the shop, you are supporting our team and the work that we do. #doulalife
ABORTION WORK IS DOULA WORK. 💡 Today’s recommended #doulalife read is the first-ever zine from @theabortionproject. Pre-orders close this Sunday on October 11. You can grab your copy over at the link in their bio. PS: This is a project from two #wearedti members and doulas. 🌎 If you’re curious about our membership and DTI’s community, you can learn more at wearedti.com. #supportallpregnancyoutcomes
Today’s birth world tidbit: in the beginning stages of a newborn’s feeding journey, lactating parents can produce up to (and in some cases more than) 30 ounces of milk per day. 💡 ✨ Illustration by @theeducatedbirth for #wearedti #doulalife
Our next online full-spectrum doula training begins in just three days—on Friday, October 9. 🗣🗣🗣 As always, 25% of every training registration fee will continue to directly benefit our scholarship program for Black, Indigenous and nonwhite doulas, as well as trans, two spirited or gender non-conforming birth workers. You can learn more at wearedti.com/training-schedule ☁️ Photos from an in-person training led by @jessicaadiggs many moons ago #wearedti #fullspectrumdoulas
What do you find most interesting about birth? 💡 Becoming a birth worker means signing up for a lifetime of learning and often addressing taboos within our cultures about the body and its needs. What have you learned about birth that has brought you closer to understanding the human body? Drop your answers in the comments (or submit them anonymously in our Instagram stories). #wearedti
Reposted from @sistersinloss • “As we kick off October and Pregnancy, Infant and Child Loss Awareness Month, we want to start by honoring baby Jack who @chrissyteigen @johnlegend shared so openly about her unplanned exciting pregnancy, pregnancy complications and now untimely loss. Nothing ever prepares parents for what to do or what to say when they are faced with the death of a baby. Sending love to all the Sisters and Brothers in Loss and love to Chrissy and John as they navigate grief and healing their way.” #pregnancyandinfantlossawarenessmonth #pailawareness #pailawarenessmonth #sistersinloss #brothersinloss #babyjack
Available for pre-order, we just added a new doula fanny pack to the shop. 🗣 With text designed by Cheyenne Varner from Everyday Birth, this hands-free bag is surprisingly spacious and made from durable, heavyweight nylon for easy cleaning after supporting your clients. Head to the”shop” tab at wearedti.com to grab your own. PS: When you buy from the shop, you are supporting our team and continued grant/scholarships efforts for birth workers. Thank you. ❤️
Studied up doulas. ☁️🌎 This week, we began another round of online full-spectrum doula trainings. (Congrats to all who are joining us!) We also added two new trainings to our calendar for October and November, too. As always, all details are at wearedti.com/training-schedule. Photo by #wearedti trainee @thenomadiclotus
What does it look like to sustain a doula practice? 💡 This week, we’re returning to one of our foundational values: collaborative entrepreneurship. At DTI, our trainings look at the impact of birth work not only on the community at-large, but on you as a doula, too. For this reason, we cover a bit more than birth work in our trainings. We look at what it takes to run a business and find financially sustainable ways to support your work (both in the community and for clients). If you’re curious about our approach, you can learn more by reading through a few of our posts at wearedti.com/blog. Photo of DTI founding educator @dcdoula teaching a #wearedti doula training in 2019
As we move into a new season, we’re returning to one of the core concepts in our doula trainings — the Slow Doula Method® ☁️ We use this framework to stay grounded, pay attention and own our roles as doulas and leaders, especially in times of crisis or moments in which we need to pull from our own sources of endurance and strength. PS: When you sign up for one of our online trainings (or a free trial), you now receive free access to one of our mini-courses which breaks the Slow Doula Method® down into implementable steps. You can learn more under the “become a member” tab at wearedti.com. #wearedti #birthdoula #postpartumdoula #fullspectrumdoula
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