We offer on-demand continuing education modules where you can earn CPEUs, nursing CEUs, and registered lactation consultant CERPs for IBCLC recertification while learning about lactation, infant feeding, dietetics, nutrition, maternal and parental health, and ethical private practice.
Equity, inclusivity, and anti-racism are embedded into all of our continuing education offerings. These important values are not just an afterthought but integrated into the lessons as core pillars so you can better serve your families and their children with understanding, empathy, and professionalism.
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If you have ever wanted to improve the way you interact with the families you support as a lactation consultant, this session will give you techniques, insight, skills and practice for elevating your work relationships through communication. Taught by Jen Deshaies IBCLC, you’ll first get an understanding of communication fundamentals and then deep dive into how self-awareness lays the groundwork for your interactions with clients and colleagues.
Includes a 90 page interactive workbook for maximum implementation.
This offering has received prior approval from the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) for 6.5 CPEUs + bundled with the Lactation Private Practice Course for Dietitians.
How do you provide effective support without going outside of your scope or causing harm or trauma? You may encounter a pregnant or postpartum client who is struggling with a mental health issue and feel lost trying to provide support and resources for them.
Learn how to screen, counsel, and refer new families struggling with mental health so you’re confidently prepared to be a source of support and resource when needed.
This offering has received prior approval from the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) for 4 CPEUs + bundled with the Lactation Private Practice Course for Dietitians.
In this course, you will learn about the basics of the immune system and how it develops, the immunological components in human milk, and how breastfeeding is theorized to protect against the development of chronic disease. Includes a live session on Human Milk Storage: What Happens to the Immune Components? Taught by Hope Lima, PhD, RDN, IBCLC.
This offering has received prior approval from the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) for XX CPEUs.