Shafia Designs Unique Trainings and Workshops That Are Interactive, Thorough and Result Driven. Shafia Will Educate, Inspire, Empower, Stimulate and Transform the Participant. Shafia Delivers With High-Energy, Passion, and Charisma. Engage Shafia and Get the Full Package!
Take Out the Fear and Bring in the Fun
A supportive environment where questions are addressed, along with any other concerns that may have developed from not knowing what to expect during and after birth. During this workshop, pregnant moms become prepared and empowered as they continue their personal journey through labor, birth and the postpartum period.
Learn what to expect after the baby is born, including breastfeeding, baby care, and dealing with the emotional changes of new parenthood.
Workshop Topics Also Include:
how to make your pregnancy, labor, and delivery more comfortable
breathing and relaxation techniques
why a birth plan
how to tell when you are in labor
pain relief options during labor
the benefits of a doula/birth companion in labor
how the partner can help
During the course of 4 hours, participants will join together in a safe and uplifting environment and learn tools for a positive birth outcome and postpartum period.
Working With Diverse Populations in Maternal and Child Health
Cultural influences an individual’s health beliefs, practices, behaviors, and even the outcome of medical treatments. It's important that health care professionals expand their cultural understanding and strive to become culturally competent.
A culturally competent health care professional can respond respectfully and effectively to people of all cultures, in a manner that affirms the worth and preserves the dignity of individuals, families and communities. This is essential for the optimal delivery of care in Maternal and Child Health.
To become culturalyl competent, one must challenge their comfort level by thinking critically about issues of power and oppression and advocating for systemic change for inclusion of all.
Participants will learn the importance of cultural competency and how to implement best practices to improve maternal and child health, when working with diverse populations.
Core Competency Development Outline:
SELF-AWARENESS: Develop an understanding of cultural values and beliefs and its impact on health and health care delivery by first understanding your own.
CROSS-CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE: Learn how beliefs, cultures and ethnic practices can influence health behavior and health status.
LANGUAGE DIVERSITY: Discuss and understand the importance of providing information, referrals and services in the language appropriate to the client as well as the provision of interpreters when needed.
DELIVERY OF CARE: Are culturally and linguistically appropriate and competent services, programs and interventions available in the communities you serve? Are such services, programs and interventions meeting the needs of the community of interest?
ADVOCACY: Increase skill set to include advocacy for public policies and programs that promote and support culturally and linguistically responsive services and the inclusion, representation and participation of individuals who reflect the diversity of our communities.
When: September 24, 2014-Wednesday
Where: La Quinta Inn Portland Airport
11207 NE Holman St. Portland, OR 97220
Time: 10:00am-5:00pm/6 Hour Workshop
Fit for: Health Care Professionals/Doulas
Price: $100.00 Per Individual
CEU's DONA & ICTC Approved
Couple-Led Childbirth Preparation Workshop
The Couple-Led Childbirth Preparation Workshop helps prepare the mother and her partner for changes that occur during pregnancy and childbirth. The couple will prepare together by creating a plan specific to the mothers needs and the couples capabilities. Topics and out-line similar to that of the Women-Led Childbirth Preparation Workshop.
Child birth preparation information takes the fear out of labor and birth, provides information on what to expect and how to mamage the experience.
When: August 24, 2014
Where: Oregon Health Clinic/Portland, OR
Time: 10:00am-2:00pm or 3:00pm-7:00pm
Fit for: Single/Divorced Pregnant Women/Pregnant Couple
Leadership influences events and policies that affect our everyday lives. It is a key ingredient in the effectiveness and success of an organization as well as personal relationships and community development. Understanding leadership enables one to interpret life events while developing leadership skills and qualities enables one to impact the environment around them as well as elevate the lives of others.
Through a unique and highly interactive workshop, Shafia M. Monroe engages the particiopants with experiential activities, role playing, problem-solving and group exercises that empower build leadership skills.
Fit for: Adults/ Students/ Professionals
Price: $250 +
Shafia leads an interactive and practical workshop on the art of African head and baby wrapping. Experience the art of African head and baby wrapping by first learning basic and advanced techniques, the cultural, historical and medicinal aspects as well as the significance of symbols, colors and patterns.
Participants will have the opportunity to create head wraps from an assortment of materials and to practice the ancient tradition of baby wrapping styles from African.
Fit for: All
Price: $250 +
Doula Ready professional services are a cohort of certified doulas, who meet the needs of the pregnant professional woman, with 24 hour available Doula Ready® services. Pregnant professional women and new mothers need flexibility due to busy and often demanding schedules; Doula Ready fulfills this options with available on call doulas, to provide labor support or postpartum care, with out prior registration. Doula Ready can provide consultation and service one time, or throughout the pregnancy, with information to help you during your pregnancy, labor, birth and thereafter. Doula Ready, LLC, provides evidenced based information for coping with normal pregnancy discomforts, and helps with birth visioning exercises for labor management and the birth.
Doula Ready professional postpartum service will help with the physiological changes that occur in the six-week period after the birth, breastfeeding and infant feeding support, newborn care, and other essential service to support adjusting to new parenting, including light housekeeping, food preparation, so mom and family can have time for bonding and self-care.
What is a Doula?
The word doula is Greek and it means a woman’s servant. In America and in other parts of the world a doula historically was the mother,grandmother, auntie, or any experienced female family member who helped during your pregnancy, labor, and after the birth for a healthy adjustment and nurturing. Today doulas are professionally trained, and studies confirm that a professional doula helps reduce Cesearean section, shorten labors, reduce medical interventions, and mothers and partners feel more satisfied with their experience with a doula present.
Motherhood Is Special!
Doula Ready, Is Ready When You Are!