Pacific Birth Collective
Island of Maui
Birth doula mentorship
Pacific Birth Collective’s Birth Doula Mentorship Project!
Pacific Birth Collective is committed to helping new doulas succeed in any way we can! We believe that the more doulas we have, the more families will choose them for their births. To be included in the program, the Intern must have attended some variety of doula training and become a member of Pacific Birth Collective. To be a Mentor, you must be an experienced birth attendant, a member of PBC and have attended enough births to have a good understanding of what a beginning doula might need assistance with. Mentors and Mentees do not have to be on the same island, if both parties agree to a working model of distance mentorship.
The benefits for the Mentor in our program includes:
AS THE MENTOR, PBC ENCOURAGES YOU TO:
These are only guidelines and the Mentor has final say as to how the Mentorship will proceed.
BENEFITS FOR THE INTERN (MENTEE) IN OUR PROGRAM INCLUDEs:
AS THE INTERN, PBC ENCOURAGES YOU TO:
Once an Intern is accepted into the PBC Mentorship Program, a list of prospective Mentors will be provided and it is up to the Intern to request an interview, which may be held on the phone or in person. Acceptance by a Mentor is not guaranteed, it will depend on the number and availability of Mentors in the Program.
Interns are encouraged to charge for their services, but may choose to volunteer for their first birth or two.
Suggested rates for Interns and Doulas according to experience are:
Any questions about Pacific Birth Collective’s Birth Doula Mentorship Program can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a volunteer program and PBC is not held liable for any birth doula work provided by its members. The families who choose to work with both our Interns and Mentors do so at their own choice, and no information given is intended to replace the advice given to the pregnant family by their OB or Midwife.