Get your 2020 calendars out and pencil us in!

2020 CBJ Workshops & Events

2019 was so incredible!

Let's keep going with the educational opportunities in 2020.

There is always room to grow.

Below is a tentative schedule, check back as we may add or change some workshops.

 

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  • January 17: Deadline for online Group Pricing for GOLD Midwifery Online Conference* 

  • January 22NARM Workshop with Ida Darragh, CPM at Golden Family Chiropractic Charlotte, NC

  • February: CBJ Winter Meet Up- Whole Foods, 6610 Fairview Rd, Charlotte, NC

  • March 18: Estimated Blood Loss Workshop with Christine Strothers, CPM & Lori Gibson, CPM, LM, MBC, Rock Hill, SC 

  • April: Compassionate and Sustainable Midwifery with Liz Burkholder, NP, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Trauma Specialist & Madeline Murray, CPM

  • May 1-2: AAMI Skills workshop*

  • May 20: Workshop with Julie Jetzer, LMBT, CPT, CIMI, CHC, SBAP @ Corrective Core, Huntersville, NC

  • June: Day with Dr. Cammie Benton (date/ topic TBD)

  • July: We will be taking a break in July!

  • August 27-30: 5th Annual Summer Island Retreat, Rock Hill, SC (Some of the guest speakers will be Karen Strange, Sarita Bennet and Liz Burkholder! SAVE THE DATE NOW!)

 Save the date- August 27-30, 2020- for our 5th Annual Summer Island Retreat! We know that we will be bringing back the lovely Karen Strange for NRP, but stay tuned for more information within the next few months.

 

Retreat Early Bird registration will open in February 2020, so plan ahead starting now!

We will apply for MEAC CEUs for all workshops facilitated by Carolina Birth Junkies.

Events with an asterisk (*) beside it denotes events planned by other organizations.

Carolina Birth Junkies:

Lori Gibson, CPM, LM, MBC & Christine Strothers, CPM, IBCLC

 

4694 Westwind Drive

Rock Hill, SC 29732

carolinabirthjunkies@gmail.com

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© 2019 Carolina Birth Junkies. Proceeds from all workshops and events are evenly distributed to NCACPM & SCNACPM, both are 501C-6 organizations.