Learn how to provide immediate emergency attention to a sick or injured infant or child prior to the arrival of paramedics, including basic CPR & skills to clear airway obstruction.
Learn how to respond to common household injuries and accidents.
Learn how to react when they encounter head injuries, seizures, burns, poisonings, and other incidents.
Ideal for parents, caregivers and family members including nannies, babysitters (12 and up,) grandparents and anyone else with whom you entrust the life of your child
Please leave your baby/toddler at home, adults only please.
While breastfeeding is an instinctive and natural way for parents to feed their babies, it almost always comes with a learning curve that requires patience and support to navigate. You might be wondering how will breastfeeding fit into your new life as a parent and how can you prepare yourself in caring for your new infant.
This highly interactive class offers a combination of current information, visual aids and practical advice which will enable your family the confidence to make informed decisions on how your baby will be fed. If the birthing parent is partnered, both parents are encouraged to attend together.
Getting breastfeeding off to a positive start
Establishing and maintaining an optimal milk supply
Typical newborn behaviors and feeding patterns
Positioning and Latch
How to know your baby is getting enough breastmilk
Optional supplies and equipment
The partner’s role in supporting breastfeeding
Common breastfeeding concerns
(Price includes your significant other or support person)
We have created a program specifically designed to help expectant couples and brand new families come together to make a bonding experience with baby that is unique to each family.
Building the emotional link between parents can also be recognized as the science of affectivity as it’s all about the intense affection you give to your baby through touch and communication to your belly. This establishes contact with the baby before birth. This method also gives the non-pregnant parent a unique chance to bond with the baby in the womb.
Establishing this bond helps couples prepare for the actual birth. “A lot of women are happy their partners are involved and this is something they can share together to feel deeply connected” says Rebecca Benenati, Birth Doula to over 125 families and counting.
This method can also be done privately at Wellborn Lifestyles or in the privacy of your own home.
Are you ready for parenthood?
Having a baby is one of the top 10 stressors you will experience in your life. Having a solid plan to follow when you are in the trenches can be the difference between bringing a couple together or pushing them apart.
You have spent a lot of time, effort, and love building a relationship with your partner. Let's safeguard it - protect it and ensure that it survives the transition into parenthood.
Prevention is better than cure!
Take the first step in “Baby proofing your relationship” as you enter one of the most stressful, yet rewarding times of your life.
Dr. Alyssa Berlin has over 15 years of experience working with pregnant women and new parents as they take their first steps into creating a family. Dr. Berlin has created has created a game plan for you and your partner to help navigate these crucial steps. Her courses can be taken in-person privately or within a group (available in the Los Angeles area), or online from anywhere!
Promote effective co-parenting skills
Minimize chances of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders
Decrease interpersonal hostility
Stabilize mutual trust in your relationship
Increased partner involvement
Encourage healthy infant attachment to each partner
With so many distractions and demands of every day life, we often find it difficult to show up as the parent we want to be…patient, kind, and present. This 4-week workshop is for parents who are seeking practical skills and tools to reduce their stress and create a calmer, happier and more connected home.
- anatomy of pregnancy
- stages of labor
- breathing techniques
- partner support
- medical interventions
- recovery & postpartum