"The Need for Sustainable Midwifery and Group Practice Models that Work" & “Self-Care for Birth Workers”

with Liz Burkholder & Madeline Murray

Wednesday, October 14 
Charlotte, NC

Liz Burkholder, NP, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Trauma Specialist is owner/ practitioner of Burkholder Wellness offering "only holistic wellness coaching services such as: hypnosis, hypnotherapy, heart-centered hypnotherapy, meditation sessions, mindfulness, breathwork, tapping/EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), and transformational mindset coaching.

We now focus more on the holistic and preventative side of healing for the mind, body, and soul." More about Burkholder Wellness

MEAC CEUs will be applied for Liz's session


"Madeline Murray is a homebirth baby, homebirth turned hospital-transfer mom, midwife on a mission to make more midwives and bring the midwives model of care to more American families. Madeline's passion project, Believe in Midwifery, is designed to raise awareness among midwives and mothers about the perils of the on-call lifestyle and the changes in practice necessary for making midwifery careers more attainable for students and more sustainable for practicing midwives." Read More here


Madeline's session is approved for 2 CEUs we will end her session with small groups to discuss working models.

Time- 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Place- Burkholder Wellness

11230 Carmel Commons Blvd Suite 106, Charlotte, NC

Cost- $75 CBJ Members

$100 Non-Members

Lunch & CEUs are included

We must have a minimum of 15 attendees registered for this event by September 30th in order to have our wonderful guests be with us. Please spread the word to all interested in birth work.

Sustainable Midwifery & Self Care
Oct 14, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Burkholder Wellness,
11230 Carmel Commons Blvd Suite 106, Charlotte, NC 28226, USA

Carolina Birth Junkies:

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


4694 Westwind Drive

Rock Hill, SC 29732


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