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I'm looking at two different programs. One is local, with workshop, I've heard great things. The other is the Birth Arts distance program.<br><br>
What do you think? Is is important to have the workshop for pp doula training? Whats your experience? Did you love some other PP doula training? tia
 

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I'm interested to hear opinions, too. There's a DONA workshop in my area, but if there is a better way to get some backing, I am all ears.
 

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What do you think? Is is important to have the workshop for pp doula training? Whats your experience? Did you love some other PP doula training? tia</div>
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I'm hoping to use Childbirth International for my PP Doula training. The whole program just suits me better than the others that I looked at.
 
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