The day-to-day operations of your lactation private practice require flexibility, ingenuity, and creativity. But you don’t have to reinvent the wheel, because in this 12-hour course we’ve brought private practice lactation consultants who are not only great clinicians but also great communicators.
Our instructors see great outcomes with their clients because of the strategies they’ve developed to meet their clients’ needs without sacrificing their own boundaries or operating outside their scope of practice.
In these 12 sessions (10 recorded, 2 live), you’ll cover informed consent to follow up strategies to running an effective virtual consult. You’ll learn how to set goals with your clients based on their needs and without harmful biases to create effective care plans that are accessible and sustainable. And if you’ve dreamed of having an anti-racist private practice, you’ll get concrete steps that will take you beyond theory and into action.
Whether you’re brand new to private practice or a few years in, you’ll find best practices and fresh perspectives from a client-centered perspective so that you can provide the best possible care to families.
- Client management AMA Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC
- Consent is Sexy: Informed consent, goal setting, and care plan creation for lactation consultants Bryna Sampey IBCLC
- Doctor reports and cultivating referrals Kate DiMarco Ruck BA, IBCLC, CBS
- Follow Up and Client Boundaries Shelly Taft LPN, IBCLC, CBE, ISE
- From Hoping to Coping: Running Effective Support Groups Chanelle Andrews CBS
- Not On My Watch: Intentional Anti-Racism in Private Practice Nekisha Killings MPH, IBCLC
- PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) AMA Nekisha Killings MPH, IBCLC and NIkki Hunter Greenaway APRN, FNP-BC, IBCLC (Nikki & Nikki)
- Private Practice Case Study: Nursing in a Predetermined, Abbreviated Timeframe Allison Walsh IBCLC, LCCE, FACCE
- Pumping is Breastfeeding. Period. Nichelle Clark CBS
- Unlearning obesity Kristin Cavuto MSW, LCSW, IBCLC
- Virtual Consult Strategies Rachel O'Brien MA, IBCLC, RLC
- Who Said Anything About a Box?! Neurodiversity & accessibility in a lactation care setting Bryna Sampey IBCLC