Clinical Coaching Services

Comprehensive Midwife Birth Assistant Training
Everything You Need to Know for Being an Amazing Midwife Birth Assistant
Midwifery Core Competencies
Evidence Based Standards for Midwifery Scope of Practice
Ultrasound for Women's Health Providers
Everything You Need to Know for Obstetrical Ultrasound Implementation
Midwifery & Nurse Practitioner Student Ultrasound Training
Obstetrical ultrasound introductory course
Second Degree Repair Training with Sara
Everything You Need to Know about Second Degree Perineal Repair
Vaginal Repair Suturing Training
Perineal Repair Tips and Using the Hegenberger Speculum

benefits of midwifery coaching

Individualized Guidance

Midwifery coaching provides personalized guidance tailored to the specific needs, goals, and challenges of each midwife. This customized approach ensures that coaching sessions address the unique circumstances of the individual.

Skills Enhancement

Coaches help midwives identify areas for skill improvement and offer strategies for honing their clinical, communication, and leadership skills. This can lead to enhanced patient care and more confident practice.

Goal Setting and Accountability

Coaches work with midwives to set clear, achievable goals for their professional development. Regular coaching sessions provide accountability and help midwives stay focused on their objectives.


Coaching encourages midwives to reflect on their experiences, decisions, and interactions with patients. This reflective practice fosters self-awareness and a deeper understanding of their strengths and areas for growth.

Confidence Boost

Effective coaching can boost midwives' self-confidence by highlighting their accomplishments, strengths, and capabilities. This confidence translates into improved patient interactions and overall job satisfaction.

Career Advancement

Coaches help midwives create strategic plans for career advancement, whether that involves pursuing leadership roles, specializing in a particular area, or contributing to research and education.

Support During Transitions

Midwifery coaching can be particularly valuable during times of transition, such as moving from student to practitioner, switching specialties, or returning to practice after a break.

Effective Communication

Coaches provide guidance on effective communication with patients, families, and colleagues. Improved communication skills enhance patient satisfaction and contribute to a positive work environment.

Work-Life Balance

Coaches help midwives develop strategies for managing stress, avoiding burnout, and achieving a healthy work-life balance, which is crucial for long-term career satisfaction.

Feedback and Self-Improvement

Coaches offer constructive feedback in a supportive environment, allowing midwives to identify areas for improvement and take proactive steps to enhance their performance.

Networking and Collaboration

Coaches can facilitate networking opportunities, connecting midwives with other professionals and organizations that align with their career goals.

Cultural Competency

Coaches guide midwives in developing cultural competency, helping them provide sensitive and respectful care to patients from diverse backgrounds.

Problem-Solving Skills

Coaching equips midwives with problem-solving techniques, enabling them to navigate complex clinical scenarios and make well-informed decisions.

Innovative Thinking

Coaches encourage midwives to think innovatively, fostering a mindset that seeks creative solutions to challenges and embraces new practices and technologies.

Long-Term Growth

The skills and insights gained through coaching have a lasting impact, contributing to continuous professional growth throughout a midwife's career.

Incorporating midwifery coaching into a professional development plan can provide midwives with the support, guidance, and resources needed to thrive in their careers, deliver exceptional patient care, and contribute positively to the field of midwifery.

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