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We have an exciting event coming up on August 3 and we can’t wait to see you there! Join us online with Johanna Sargeant, BEd, BA, IBCLC for “When Evidence and Empathy Aren't Enough: Changing Your Lactation Practice to Boost Client Success” as we celebrate World Breastfeeding Week 2021!

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We’re thrilled to have Johanna Sargeant back with us again. She is an IBCLC in Switzerland with a background in biological science, occupational therapy, education, communication, and language. She has supported thousands of families around the world through her private practice. She is also a renowned international speaker, and joined us recently at GOLD Lactation 2021 Online Conference where she delighted attendees with her engaging presentation. Her career has included speaking as a WHO’s Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative panelist, working as an onsite breastfeeding advisor for Google, and teaching numerous workshops and seminars at universities and hospitals. She is an incredible resource and her passion for providing guilt-free feeding support shines through in her work.

During this webinar, Johanna will share eye-opening insights to help you transform the care you provide to clients. She’ll explore what to do when empathy and evidence-based care aren’t enough to help families achieve their feeding goals. You’ll learn all about what Motivational Interviewing is, how it can help empower clients, and how you can use it to shift your lactation practice. You’ll hear why the desire to inform, advise, and fix client problems can actually reduce positive outcomes and what you can do instead. Johanna will share the steps you can use to actively mobilize clients toward their goals. 

Come join us and take away practical tools you can immediately apply to your practice!

Invite your friends and colleagues to join you for this powerful webinar! This will be a live event on August 3rd at 4pm UTC / 9am PDT / 12pm EDT and registration also gives you 4 weeks of unlimited access to the recording. Learn from Johanna, connect with colleagues, and find information and inspiration to take your practice to the next level!

We look forward to seeing you there!

We’re getting ready for an exciting event at GOLD Learning Day - Breastfeeding in the Early Weeks: Clinical Education Techniques! This day will be brimming with insights and information on supporting families as they navigate the intense period of learning at the beginning of breastfeeding.


This event includes:

We’ll hear all three of these presentations live on August 17 and you’ll also have access to the recordings for 6 full weeks to watch and re-watch at your convenience. Connect with colleagues, ask questions in speaker-moderated forums, and improve the care you provide to families. 

Registration is now open! Unlock group discounts when you sign up with a group of 5+. Find all the details here:

We look forward to seeing you there for a fantastic day of information, inspiration, and connection!

International Day of the Midwife 2021 is coming up soon, and we invite you to celebrate and learn at our free webinar! Join us live on May 2 with Barbara Harper, RN, Midwife, CBE, BHET, KCC for “Rethinking Second Stage: Letting Baby Out Versus Getting Baby Out”.

Find all the details and reserve your free seat here: 

Barbara Harper is an internationally-recognized expert on waterbirth and gentle birth. She has spent the last four decades educating and supporting parents and professionals alike. Her wealth of experience combined with her passion supporting gentle birth make her an incredible resource for anyone involved with birth!

This interactive webinar will challenge you to rethink the second stage of labour. Barbara will examine instinctive pushing during physiological birth and the way descent and rotation of the baby through the pelvis are directed by primitive reflexes. We’ll also be discussing the multidimensional and individual nature of birth physiology. You won’t want to miss this info-packed presentation!

This event will be taking place live at 8pm UTC / 4pm EDT / 1pm PDT on May 5, 2021. Registration also includes 4 weeks of access to the recording so you can watch and re-watch at your own pace.

We can’t wait to see you online as we celebrate the important work of midwives around the world at International Day of the Midwife 2021!

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