Doula Training in Wyoming


There is no restriction in Wyoming to have a certification in order to practice in the state. Some doulas do become certified to become qualified for specific jobs, however, it is voluntary. Additionally, Wyoming does not require a high school, college, or equivalent degree in order to work in the state.

Below is a listing of various educational classes and resources in the Wyoming area which can utilized as your doula training.  Please read the details carefully to determine if the classes are affiliated with a a certificate granting program. You do not have to be pursuing a certification in order to attend, however, you do need to be at least 18 years or older.


Doula Training Near Wyoming in Lafayette, CO


Organization Name:  Julie Doula Workshop
Website: http://www.juliedoulaworkshop.com/
Instructor:  Julie A Thompson, AdvCD(DONA)
Email:  juliedoulaworkshop@gmail.com
Phone:  814-512-2718


Course and Workshop Details and Requirements

The training will consist of a 2 day birth doula training workshop and an Introduction to Childbirthing for Doulas course.  Both the workshop and the intro course is required for DONA certification.  They will be offered from July 21-23, 2017.


Costs and Fees

The cost for the doula training workshop will depend on the number of registrants.


Registration Details

To register and to find out more, email juliedoulaworkshop@gmail.com or call 814-512-2718.




Doula Training in Casper, WY


Organization Name:  Wyoming Medical Center
Website: https://wyomingmedicalcenter.org
Email:  info@wyomingmedicalcenter.org
Phone:  307-577-2378


Course and Workshop Details and Requirements
  • Preparing for childbirth class  (not required or affiliated with DONA certification)
  • Infant care and breastfeeding class  (not required or affiliated with DONA certification)

Course and Workshop Topics

As part of your doula training, these classes will cover the following:
  • Experienced nurses will educate you on the physical aspects of birth, including basic anatomy and physiology
  • Discuss how to provide comfort to the mother and relieve stress with such techniques as massages and relaxation breathing exercises 
  • Discuss different options to control pain during labor and birth
  • Learn various positions for a more comfortable labor
  • Learn breastfeeding benefits and techniques as well as basic newborn care such as diapering

Registration Details

To register for the Preparing for childbirth class or Infant care and breastfeeding class, contact the White River Health System Women's Services at .307-577-2378 or email at cgraff@wyomingmedicalcenter.org.  Or alternatively, you can register online here.