6 L-CERPS + 4 R-CERPS + 1 E-CERP
Includes video reference library and individual feedback from Rachel!
Access through September 9th, 2024
Other registrants are subject to refund minus a $50 processing fee.
Contact us if you have questions about your eligibility.
Guiding Bottle Breakthroughs
As lactation professionals, we can help!
By the end of this dynamic course learners will be able to confidently consult with families on bottle refusal issues and bottle feeding challenges, make appropriate recommendations based on the baby's needs, and refer baby up & out to the appropriate care providers when needed.
Meet your instructor
Rachel O'Brien, MA, IBCLC PMH-C
Rachel will be giving individual feedback to assess your learning!
Rave Reviews for Rachel
Rachel is such a great presenter. Her passion is palpable and contagious. I'm very grateful for the handout that was included with the presentation
Rachel has always been my go-to for concise, ethical, compassionate education about bottle feeding.
I have read Rachel O'Brien's blogs one bottle use, and send my clients to these blogs as this is one of my strengths I am developing. Being reminded about certain aspects of compliance with the WHO Code and our Scope of practice was also a bonus.
how to tailor your approach to virtual consults
exclusive suck training videos that you can share with your clients (these aren't posted publicly anywhere)
ethical marketing so you don't have to fear the WHO Code police
video library for quick reference to the oral exercises Rachel teaches you
Rachel's proprietary intake, charting, and care plan templates
self study with feedback from Rachel
Includes a real bottle refusal consult
why parents need bottles (hint: it's not just about work)
everything to ask in a bottle refusal intake form
what baby assessments are crucial for understanding the whys of bottle refusal
how to teach the specific oral exercises for exactly what this baby needs
choosing the right bottles and nipples on a case-by-case basis
writing the perfect care plan to support families to reach their bottle feeding goals