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ICTC – International Center for Traditional Childbearing Birthworker Training

Join us for a comprehensive training of birth, postpartum and breastfeeding care!
 
This training is in depth and culturally sensitive – see card above or call for details.
 
Ongoing mentorship assistance is available to local students as well as the opportunity to serve our east bay families as a community birth worker with Shiphrah’s Circle Community Doula Program.
 
For curriculum question, speak to the certified trainer, Samsarah Morgan.
 
To register see the link above or see the flyer below to contact ICTC.
 
Act quickly to qualify for scholarships.
 
See our Facebook event for this training!
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About your trainer:
Samsarah Morgan is an ICTC certified trainer. She is the mother of 5 grown sons and the grandmother of 3. She is a birth and postpartum caregiver, counselor, coach and hypnotherapist in Oakland Ca. Her private practice, Nia Healing Center for Birth and Family Life provides services to enrich and facilitate strong bonds within families and communities. She is the Executive director of Oakland Better Birth foundation which has as its mission the prevention of infant and maternal mortality in Oakland, CA and Alameda County for all and especially within the African American community by offering childbirth and breastfeeding information as well as doula services to any family regardless of their ability to pay. She is the author of 3 books: “Children’s Village Tales of an Urban Nana “, “The Birth Plan” and “Birth. A Black Woman’s Survival Guide” (to be released summer 2017)

Samsarah Morgan Teaches at ICTC Conference

It was my honor to present my worskop “When Baby Becomes an Ancestor at this years ICTC, International Center for Traditonal Childbearing’s Black Midwives and Healers Conference!

 

It is my pleasure to present it here!  I look forward to your comments!