Refer a Friend
Refer a friend who attends the workshop and receive a $25 gift card. Think birth books!
Early Bird Deal
Pay in full by 4 months before the workshop begins and save $50.
Foreign Language Discount
A discount is available for those who are functionally fluent in a language other than English, and plan to serve a disadvantaged population using that language. 10% discount. Inquire for code.
Each session, one or two participants assist me with set up and clean up each day of in-person workshops. This averages 30 minutes per day, though it varies. The role involves lifting, carrying, and potentially moving things up stairs. Work study discount $20/per day.
Extended Payment Plans
Each workshop, I accept up to 3 participants for an extended payment plan. The initial deposit remains the same. By 14 days before the workshop commences, amount equaling at least 50% of tuition is paid. The balance is due within the next two months. References required, please email to request more details.
Students at Smith, Mt. Holyoke, Hampshire, Amherst College, and University of Massachusetts Amherst have successfully obtained partial or full funding from on-campus sources to attend this training. Some students have done so by individually requesting support from a dean of the college, others have petitioned for funding as an organization, and yet others have found on-campus grant funding.
For those who have completed a Birth Doula Training with any organization in the past, you may attend Warm Welcome's Birth Doula Workshop at a discounted tuition of $150 off regular rate. Past refresher students have described Warm Welcome's workshop as "basic AND intermediate rolled into one". Get up to speed on pandemic-times approaches and turbo charge your birthwork with our rigorous training!
Scholarships for People of Color; Affirmative Action
Warm Welcome directly subsidizes $1200 of tuition assistance for people of color and white latinx for each Birth Doula Workshop; $550 for Postpartum Doula Workshop. Curious why? Great! Read these four articles and I think you'll agree this is important.
Healthier Pregnancies for Indigenous Women, Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, Current Relevance of Affirmative Action, and finally Reverse Racism Isn't a Thing.
If you are a BIPOC and financial assistance would make it possible for you to attend this workshop, please email for details.
Subsidies of 15-50% are available.