Are you looking forward to having a baby, but anxious about all the unknowns… like how do I know if my wishes will be respected? Can I avoid a traumatic birth experience? Will I be able to speak up for myself and my baby? Can my partner and I make decisions without being paralyzed by fear? The Savvy Birth Workshop for parents was developed by Evidence Based Birth® to give you and your partner the confidence and know-how you need to have a more positive, empowering experience in the birthing room.
At the Savvy Birth Workshop, you’ll learn ways to effectively communicate with your doctor, midwife, and nurse. You will discover strategies for asking questions without seeming disrespectful and you’ll get the inside scoop on how to stack the odds in your favor of having a positive birth. Unlike other childbirth classes, we will help you avoid the typical assembly-line care with six virtual “tickets!” These “tickets” are your secret advantage to coping with the unknowns of birth! At the workshop you’ll find out how you can use these tickets in the hospital or wherever you intend to give birth!
We are excited to finally be able to offer the Savvy Birth Workshop to all parents in Phoenix, AZ. We are confident that the knowledge you will gain from the Savvy Birth Workshop will leave you and your partner inspired, hopeful, and excited about the upcoming birth of your baby!
This Savvy Birth Workshop is taught by Evidence Based Birth® Instructor, Rebecca Turrigiano,CD(DONA) and is limited to 8 couples... so book your place today!
Learning Objective covered in the Workshop:
- Define evidence-based care and discuss the difference between evidence-based care and routine care
- Discuss the availability and pros/cons of local birth options
- Practice respectful ways to talk with your provider
- Discuss how partners, doulas, and nurses can work together to provide labor support
- Describe the benefits and limitations of birth plans
- Discuss the human and legal rights of birthing persons
Refund policy: Tickets are non-refundable, but may be transferred to future workshops or seminars.