Love 'N' Learning: Events
Love ‘N’ Learning
Love 'N' Touch joins with community partners to offer affordable monthly continuing educational opportunities for allied Birth Workers. You will learn a variety of alternative skills to help facilitate wellness in yourself and the clients you serve. Our workshops explore mental, physical and emotional health dynamics using attainable therapeutic tools.
"I believe community wellness begins and ends with self care; for when we care for our selves we naturally care for others." - Sekesa Berry
Online MHA Training
The MHA Training empowers the community to secure wellness by teaching basic skills that can help prevent maternal and infant injury and loss. This training is for all families of color, to empower our communities with fundamental knowledge about normal body processes and to help assess for wellness.
The Wellness Kit is complimentary to this training and available online.
Orientation for Aspiring Birth Workers
This event is designed to educate aspiring Birth Workers about the various pathways and professions within Birth Work profession.
Next Orientation is planned for Sept. 12, 2019.
Live Radio Show
Join me every 4th Friday as I co-host Misconceptions About Conceptions with INI Radio Hostess Sheriese Nicole on WRFG 89.3FM. We dive into controversial topics such as unassisted birthing, infant vaccinations, abortions and circumcisions, to help dispel the myths and bring evidence-based knowledge to the airwaves.
Click Link Below to Listen Live on 89.3FM Atlanta, www.WRFG.org or WRFG App on Google Play. Call in @ 404-523-8989
Stirrin’ It Up with Chef Beee & Friends
April 28, 2019: Featuring community birth activist, Sekesa Berry. We will be cooking live vegan food infused with high-grade essential oils while chatting about Birth Work as a Black Midwife. Click the link below to tune in.
April 19-21, 2019: The MHA Training empowers the community to secure wellness by teaching basic skills that can help prevent maternal and infant injury and loss. This training is for all families of color, to empower communities with fundamental knowledge about normal body processes and help assess for wellness.
Training includes a Wellness Tool Kit containing a Blood Pressure Cuff, Urine Sticks, Thermometer and a Glucometer.
Black Maternal Health Matters
April 12, 2019: A panel discussion with community activist to bring about resolutions to the current Black Maternal Mortality Crisis in Georgia.
Misconceptions about Conceptions Live at the EMAC
March 30, 2019: Join our panel discussion live this month at the Empress Menen Conference in Atlanta! Hot Topics and Mimosas with Black Community Birth Workers.