Become a Kangaroula

How does one become a Kangaroula?


A Kangaroula speaks for the baby’s needs, minimizes stress for a more peaceful transition, and empowers a mother to read the baby’s signals. How the brain is wired matters for coping, which is especially important for small or preterm babies.


Be empowered to help during this crucial time when skin-to-skin contact can help baby stabilize and breathe well.

Know how to:

  • read the sensory environment

  • empower parents to read their baby’s signals and practical things to do

  • help babies calm down and protect their baby’s brain development

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Do you work directly with birthing families?  Are you wanting to expand your skills and do what you do even better?!

Join us for this Virtual Workshop with internationally known trainers, Dr. Nils and Jill Bergman!

This is a training for any certified health professional including birth and postpartum doulas, nurses, midwives and childbirth educators from any organization.

This workshop can qualify for CEUs for professional education.

Please contact BirthWorks Directly for Questions: Contact BirthWorks

For More Information:  Kangaroula Training

Kangaroula Scholarship!!!!

Fundraiser Goal: $400

The Cleveland Kangaroula Collective has chosen Tomesha D. Walker  and Angel Coleman to join our efforts to raise awareness and promote Kangaroo Mother Care for our Cleveland Birthing Community.

We would love to raise funds to provide Scholarships to grant to Tomesha and Angel to attend the Kangroula Workshop facilitated by BirthWorks International with International Trainers, Jill & Dr. Nils Bergman in February, 2021.

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Support our Scholarship Fund!

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