Communications Through Stressful Situations 5-hour Bundle
Exceptional skills for difficult times
How effective are you at communicating under pressure? Stressful situations are part of the landscape for lactation care providers. The good news is, you can level up your skills for sharing your message and connecting with others when things get tough. This course takes on the topic of communication during challenging times. Fulfill the IBLCE 5-hour communications requirement while you build exemplary skills.
Included in the course:
Anatomy of a Lactation Consultation. Angela Love-Zaranka, BA, IBCLC, RLC, Program Director at LER, shares her exquisite talent for compassionate communication as she walks you through the steps of a consult. Establish rapport; assess parent, infant, and feeding session; and communicate effectively to co-create goals and a care plan unique to the family.
Trauma Informed Care. Psychology is increasingly acknowledging the power of painful experiences to shape people’s lives and functioning. Laurie K. Scherer, MS, LCPC-S, helps you learn to recognize the signs that trauma may be affecting your client’s experience and skillfully intervene to help them feel safer and more empowered. A clinical professional counselor, Scherer also has experience as an IBCLC and peer breastfeeding counselor.
Something is Wrong on the Internet: Correcting Misinformation Online (Social Media) Thanks to social media, lactation misinformation can spread like never before. This course provides an in-depth look at the causes of erroneous lactation information online, as well as strategies for crafting your own accurate messages that will stick with your audience better and longer than the misinformation they read. Instructors Amber McCann, IBCLC, and Jeanette McCulloch IBCLC, are specialists in this area who offer their combined expertise on connecting with families on social media, reaching millennial parents online, and teaching others in the profession to do the same.
PTSD for NICU Parents Shares how to offer the compassionate, insightful communication critical for families whose baby is or has been in the NICU. Instructors: Valerie Goodman, RN, IBCLC has been serving NICU families for more than 15 years at the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital and teaches The Science of Infant Feeding at the University of Virginia School of Nursing. Angela Love-Zaranka, BA, IBCLC, RLC, is Program Director at LER and has served as an IBCLC in private practice and as the creator and manager of a hospital lactation department.
This Course Awards:
- 5.0 L-CERPs
- 5.0 Nursing Contact Hours
- 5.0 CMEs