LPPEC Track 2: Running Your Lactation Private Practice by Annie Frisbie

LPPEC Track 2: Running Your Lactation Private Practice

10 CERPs

Launches on February 1st, 2021

About this course

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.

Courses included:
  • 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

FAQs

Who is this track for?

This track is for you if you want to learn best practices for running an efficient and ethical private practice. This track is for you if you feel like your current practices could be improved. This track is for you if you want to learn how private practice actually works.

Who is this track not for?

This track is not for you if you're not planning to work in private practice. This track is not for you if you aren't ready to be challenged to grow and change.

Can I ask the instructors questions?

You sure can! All of our instructors will be available inside the course platform to answer your questions. The live AMAs will be interactive.

What does AMA stand for?

AMA stands for "Ask Me Anything." These sessions will be delivered via Zoom.

Do you offer CERPs?

Yes! This track is approved for:
  • 10 L-CERPs

Are any scholarships available?

If you self-identify as BIPOC, there may be scholarships available. Please submit your request here.

When will I have access to the track content?

All content will be available on 2/1/21 and you will have full access through 1/31/22.

When does the early bird pricing expire?

Early bird pricing expires on 11/30/2020.

When does the payment plan option expire?

The 4-month payment plan option expires on 11/30/2020.

Does this track include the Lactation Private Practice Essential Toolkit?

The Toolkit is a separate purchase, but you will be offered a discount when you purchase the entire course or any individual track.

Do you offer refunds?

Due to the digital nature of this course, no refunds will be provided after 1/31/21.

Do I have to be an IBCLC to take this course?

We welcome aspiring IBCLCs and practitioners with other lactation credentials who are working within their scope of practice and desire to be HIPAA compliant and ethical in their business practice. If you’re not sure if you are qualified to take this course, send us a message! 

Do I get a discount if I purchase more than one track?

You'll be offered a discount on adding additional tracks after you purchase. The full course bundle offers the biggest savings.

What's included in the full Lactation Private Practice Essential Course?

The full course includes all 4 tracks:
  • LPPEC Track 1: Creating your Lactation Private Practice
  • LPPEC Track 2: Running your Lactation Private Practice
  • LPPEC Track 3: Marketing your Lactation Private Practice
  • LPPEC Track 4: Growing your Lactation Private Practice
The full course also includes 3 add ons:
  • LPPEC Add On 1: Insurance and Private Practice
  • LPPEC Add On 2: Building Relationships through Communication
  • LPPEC Add On 3: Mental Health First Aid for the Perinatal Care Provider
The full course also includes bonuses:
  • How NOT to Negotiate Against Yourself (Live with Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC)
  • Insurance Ask Me Anything (Live with Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC)
  • Deeper Dive into Private Practice (1 hour with Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC, Leah Jolly IBCLC, and Rachel O'Brien MA, IBCLC, RLC)
  • Creating Compassionate Content during a Pandemic (recorded workshop with Tiara Caldwell, LPN, IBCLC)
  • Social Media Vision Casting (recorded workshop with Tiara Caldwell, LPN, IBCLC)
  • Introduction to Branding Mini Course (recorded training with Hope Lima, PhD, RDN, IBCLC)

Total value: over $2100

Testimonials

I never knew where to start, but now with your resources, my PP is a reality! Thank you again!! You have filled a huge gap in the available resources to IBCLCs. 
Rebecca Goff MSN, ARNP, IBCLC
Annie is some kind of IBCLC fairy godmother. We are ridiculously lucky to have her as a colleague and champion and it is completely ludicrous to not purchase everything she offers! I appreciate that as an IBCLC yourself, you understand our needs so thoroughly. 
Inna Henry, IBCLC
I have been 100% satisfied with all of Annie’s resources. I can honestly say that I’m not sure I would HAVE a private practice without Annie! 
Natalie Gates, IBCLC

What's included?

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Contents

Welcome!
How this course works
Usage Information & Copyright
The Art of the Report & Building Your Referrals
Abstract and Objectives
About the Instructor: Kate DiMarco Ruck, BA, IBCLC, CBS
Video
Bibliography
Beyond Baby Brain: Embracing neurodiverse families and removing barriers to access in your lactation practice
Abstract and Objectives
About the Instructor: Bryna Sampey, IBCLC
Video
Bibliography
Client Management AMA (Live)
Live date TBD
About the Instructor: Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC
Follow Up and Client Boundaries
Abstract and Objectives
About the Instructor: Shelly Taft LPN, IBCLC, CBE, ISE
Video
Bibliography
I'll Be There For You: The One Where We Learn About Running Effective Support Groups
Abstract and Objectives
About the Instructor: Chanelle Andrews CBS
Video
Bibliography
Let’s Get Digital (Let me See Your Baby Balk): Virtual Consult Strategies
Abstract and Objectives
About the Instructor: Rachel O'Brien MA, IBCLC, RLC
Video
Bibliography
Not On My Watch: Intentional Anti-Racism in Private Practice
Abstract and Objectives
About the Instructor: Nekisha Killings MPH, IBCLC
Recording
Bibliography
PPE AMA (Personal Protective Equipment Ask Me Anything)
Live Session TBD
About the Instructors: Nikki & Nikki
Private Practice Case Study: Nursing in a Predetermined, Abbreviated Timeframe
Abstract and Objectives
About the Instructor: Allison Walsh IBCLC, LCCE, FACCE
Video
Bibliography
Pumping is Breastfeeding. Period.
Abstract and Objectives
About the Instructor: Nichelle Brittany Clark CBS
Video
Bibliography
Stand By Me: The importance of goal setting, informed consent, and collaborative care plans in the lactation setting
Abstract and Objectives
About the Instructor: Bryna Sampey IBCLC
Recording
Bibliography
Unlearning Obesity
Abstract and Objectives
About the Instructor: Kristin Cavuto, MSW, LCSW, IBCLC
Video
Unlearning Obesity: Quiz
Sesali Bowen Explains the Fat Acceptance Movement - In Progress | Oxygen
The Funny Thing About... being fat | Episode 2 | Sofie Hagen | BBC Ideas
Bibliography

About Annie Frisbie

Annie Frisbie has served hundreds of families since becoming an IBCLC in 2011. Her mission is to empower IBCLCs to transform their private practice to increase productivity, reduce stress, improve client communications, and cultivate career longevity through her deeply researched yet accessible books, tools, and services.
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