IGT is not a Tragedy: Understanding and Treating Mammary Hypoplasia in Private Practice by Annie Frisbie

IGT is not a Tragedy: Understanding and Treating Mammary Hypoplasia in Private Practice

In this 1.5 hour webinar, Kristin Cavuto LCSW IBCLC will teach you the clinical strategies for working with clients with possible insufficient glandular tissue. You'll leave with clinical and communications skills to empower these families to work towards sustainable goals and find joy in the journey.

Approved for 1.5 L-CERPs
Course access through 7/31/2021


Supporting low milk supply moms is always a challenge.  Knowing how to do a differential diagnosis for IGT was an amazing start.  Then management of IGT parent was very helpful.
Katie Oshita, RN, IBCLC
Kristen presented in a simple to understand, fact-based, unbiased way. The information is critical for IBCLCs (and anyone caring for people trying to breast/chest feed) to understand. I highly recommend it. 
Lisa Paladino MS, CNM, IBCLC
Kristin's course is excellent and contains information that every IBCLC should have. I've taken several courses on IGT and Kristin's is by far the best in terms of clinical and counseling skills. 
Leah Segura IBCLC

What's included?

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Course information
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Course content & CERPs available through 7/31/21
Course Content
IGT is not a tragedy recording.mp4
(1h 23m 44s)
Works Cited
Treatmant plan flow chart for IGT.pdf
1.83 MB
For CERPs (1.5 L-CERPs approved)
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Course Reviews

LOVED  this course! Kristen is an engaging speaker who provides valuable information, insight and resources to support  those with  IGT.
Barbara Zimmermann RN, BSN, IBCLC
This training should really be mandatory for all IBCLCs. IGT is *not* a tragedy, but is something the IBCLC will encounter and Kristin's training will help in providing thoughtful care and collaborative care plans to families. 
Mary Unangst, IBCLC