Deeper Dive into Boundaries with Clients with Jabina Coleman, LCSW, IBCLC

Lactation Business Coaching

Live: April 24th, 1pm ET/10am PT

Course Description
We're givers. That's what we do. And it can be hard to set boundaries with our lactation clients because we know the difference that we can make in their lives. Lactation Therapist Jabina Coleman will teach us how to pour into babies and parents without losing ourselves.
About Lactation Business Coaching
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Leah Jolly IBCLC + Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC

We know that where there’s community, there’s power - and we wanted a place where lactation business owners could join in on authentic and candid conversations about what running a business in our industry really looked like.

If you’ve been looking for a place that doesn't feel like another “boss babe” business networking event, but instead a true connection with other lactation consultants cheering you on while offering their help and experience, our Deeper Dives are for you.
Meet our Guest
Patrick Jones - Course author

Jabina Coleman, LCSW, IBCLC

Jabina Coleman is a United States Breastfeeding Committee Cultural Change Maker awardee, dynamic speaker, and leader and educator of maternal health. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. Jabina has dedicated over a decade to serving women, children, and families locally and nationally. As the owner of Life House Lactation & Perinatal Services, she provides psychotherapy and lactation consultation services. Jabina is the co-founder and president of Perinatal Mental Health Alliance for People of Color, providing resources and support to professionals and communities of color who are treating and dealing with the complications of perinatal mood disorders. Jabina is the co-founder of Breastfeeding Awareness & Empowerment (BAE) an organization created in response to the public outcry surrounding adverse perinatal health outcomes for Black families in the United States and the founding member of the Maternal Wellness Village, whose mission is to function as an action-oriented task force provided support services to empower communities throughout the African Diaspora. Her professional experiences in hospital social work, community organizing and engagement, and private practice has drawn many to her for mentorship and leadership. Jabina is the creator of “Everyone wants to hold the baby, who will hold the mother?®” A call to action highlighting the lack of support Black women and birthing folx are receiving before, during, and after pregnancy. This call to action addresses the maternal mortality crisis that is affecting Black women. It is educating medical professionals, birth workers, families, and communities on the importance of advocacy for equitable and safe maternal health practices. It is addressing breastfeeding and infant feeding choices and disparities. Lastly, it is holding legislators accountable for holding Black, Indigenous, and People of Color at the center of policymaking. Her work is grounded in reproductive justice and trauma-informed care. Make no mistake, it is not just what she does, it is who she is! Guided by her lived and professional experiences she is committed to being a social change agent, and a leader on the frontlines closing the gaps in maternal health care.
I love that we have the option to interact and talk directly with the presenters. I feel so inspired. Thank you!
Ali Reynolds, IBCLC, CLC
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