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27 Aug 2021

DTI already had a great month, and the next few weeks are going to be a very exciting time for our growing community of doulas. From events and news, we have a lot of special ways that you can experience our community and learn from each other. But if you’ve missed any of our announcements […]

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27 Apr 2021

In 2021, we’re profiling DTI doulas who are shaping the world through birth work, doula work and reproductive health advocacy. What does it mean to live and work as a doula day-in and day-out? Today, we’re featuring Cristina Leoni Osion (she/her/they/them)—a DTI-trained, full-spectrum doula based in Richmond, Virginia. Cristina Leoni Osion (she/they) is a white, […]

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20 Apr 2021

Doulas, birth workers and reproductive health advocates do the big work of supporting others. What does it look like to support ourselves?

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20 Apr 2021

We believe doula work has an undeniable cultural context—so equity, reparations and diversity within our field is of the utmost importance.

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13 Apr 2021

Say hello to Sara Sheehan, a birth and postpartum doula trained through DTI, living and working in Colorado.

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02 Apr 2021

Looking for a doula? Pregnant for the first time? Our new locator can connect you directly to DTI-trained reproductive health advocates.

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02 Apr 2021

Say hello to Ashlan Alderton, a full-spectrum doula trained through DTI, living and working in Michigan.

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24 Mar 2021

Happy World Doula Week! Meet Molly McConnell, a full-spectrum doula trained through DTI, living and working in Texas.

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22 Mar 2021

It's time (and has been time) for doula organizations and training groups led by white and non-Indigenous leaders to retire rebozo education.

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22 Mar 2021

Happy World Doula Week! Meet Telisha Woodfin, a postpartum doula trained through DTI, living and working in Virginia.

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