Mastering The Doula Client Interview
What you'll learn
- Identify Your Ideal Client
- Discover What Makes You Unique
- Learn What to Wear and Bring To An Interview
- Explore Emotional Connection and Good Follow Up Procedures
You have completed all your doula trainings and your next step is to get clients. Sounds easy, right? Unfortunately, you quickly find that you are getting interviews, but nobody is hiring you. What can you do? Is it what you are saying, doing, or your price? How can you figure this out when you are new to doula work?
Relax! We have a class for you. This course has tons of practical tips that will help you learn to be successful during the interview. We start with some self exploration so you can bring the best you to the interview. After that we discuss finding your ideal client and how to organize / simplify the content presented during the interview You get videos, plus several worksheet activities to download. At the end of the course you will have a chance to practice your interview skills with our practice client and hear what an experienced doula would say.
Some of the topics we will discuss are:
What to wear
What to bring
Where to meet
Addressing difficult questions
Client follow up
Doula client care timeline
The course takes approximately 2.5 hours to finish. After completing this course your should have added confidence and be able to increase your hire rate.
Sign up for this class and gain the skills to book every client you interview.
Who this course is for:
- Personal Service Business
Rebekah is mother to 10 children, birth activist, doula, and childbirth educator. She is the owner of Blissful Birthing TN and has been the co-leader of Nashville BirthNetwork for 4 years. She has worked hard to change the birth culture in Nashville by educating doulas, improving birth and baby loss care in the local hospitals, organizing Empower Your Birth conferences, donating peanut balls to 14 area hospitals, and changing the TN newborn eye ointment law to be more favorable to parents. In 2013 Rebekah started using rebozos and fell in love. Since then she has used rebozos to relieve discomfort in pregnancy, help dads be more involved with pregnancy and birth, flip breech babies before labor, and ease labor pains. She strives to advocate for and educate other birth workers and moms to realize the amazing power of the rebozo.