Diversify your lactation private practice with an effective, ethical, and successful Pathway Three mentorship program.
Complete Guide to Pathway 3 Mentorship
Supporting Pathway Three interns can be an additional revenue stream for your private practice when done well.
Created and hosted by the Lactation Learning Collective and Paperless Lactation.
4 hours of recorded trainings from leading experts in Pathway 3 mentorship
Access audio versions of all of the training content
Establish your expectations and requirements with these fully customizable templates.
Track your mentees skills, hours, and progress with these easy-to-use tools.
Learn how to set up your infrastructure to include your mentees.
CERP trainings on mentorship and creating your policies and procedures that you can access right away.
About the Lactation Learning Collective
The goal of the Lactation Learning Collective is to provide affordable access to both clinical lactation hours and training for professionals and lactation care for families.
LaShanda Dandrich (she/her) is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, IBCLC and co- founder of the worker owner Cooperative, Uptown Village Cooperative. After the birth of her daughter in 2009, her passion for breastfeeding and supporting mothers and families in the postpartum period blossomed. She became a trained postpartum doula while pursuing her IBCLC credential. She has supported families of all diverse, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds throughout NYC. She resides in Harlem with her daughter.
LaShanda Dandrich, IBCLC
Patricia McGuire (she/her) is an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) since 2008 for over 15 year. Along with her private practice, Patricia works part-time at NYU Langone Hospital on the “mother/baby” floor and initiated a Lactation support group in Greenpoint at The Wild. Patricia is co-owner, along with La Shanda Dandrich and Allison Walsh of the Lactation Learning Collective.
Patricia McGuire, IBCLC
Allison Walsh is an IBCLC, Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator, and doula in private practice in New York City. She also serves as the Outreach Coordinator for the New York Milk Bank and trains childbirth educators as a Co-Director of the NYC Lamaze Childbirth Educator Program. She is a past president of Lamaze International and currently serves on Lamaze’s Certification Council. Allison has represented Lamaze International as a delegate to the United States Breastfeeding Committee since 2004, and has served in various leadership and committee roles. Allison is a member of the New York City Breastfeeding Leadership Council, the New York Lactation Consultant Association, and an active La Leche League Leader since 2001. She is a graduate of Syracuse University and mother of three formerly and lengthily breastfed children.
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Annie Frisbie IBCLC, Inc is an approved Long-Term Provider by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners #CLT120-02. Nursing CEUs are awarded by the Alabama State Nurses Association. Dietetics CPEUs received prior approval from the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) for CPEUs. Annie Frisbie IBCLC, Inc actively supports the World Health Organization (WHO) International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and subsequent World Health Assembly (WHA) resolutions. Therefore, Annie Frisbie IBCLC, Inc is not a company, inclusive of manufacturers, distributors, or marketers, whose products fall within the scope of the World Health Organization (WHO) International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes (1981) and subsequent World Health Assembly (WHA) resolutions (e.g., infant formula, bottles, and teats).