Webinar Library

Welcome to LLLI’s Webinar Library


Here at LLLI, we aim to provide those in the health field and community, interested parties, and our Leaders with cutting-edge research and new developments in the breastfeeding world.  Through our webinars, LLLI hosts global industry-leading speakers and subject matter experts who will help the viewer grasp new concepts and learn new approaches to working with families in need of breastfeeding support.

What’s New in Postpartum Depression

15 May 2018 | Dr. Kathy Kendall-Tackett

Renowned health psychologist and IBCLC Dr. Kathleen Kendall-Tackett presents a comprehensive overview of what you need to know about the root causes and risk factors of postpartum depression. Included in the presentation is evidence that depression is a direct threat to breastfeeding and how moms who exclusively breastfeed can significantly reduce depression symptoms.

Tough Talk, Trying Times

19 JuNE 2018 | Cecily Harkins

In this webinar hosted by LLLI, Cecily Harkins presents a comprehensive overview on the impact of social media in communication, particularly Facebook.

Decoding the Codes: International Code of Marketing, Code of Ethics and Conflict of Interest

24 July 2018| Linda J. Smith

Learn and explore the International WHO Code with LLLI Board of Directors member Linda Smith. This webinar examines the International Code and how it applies to LLL meetings, our Leaders and how to analyze current marketing gimmicks that are being used to sell Code-relevant products.

divorce + BREASTFEEDING: Legal and practical considerations

17 October 2018 | nicole quallen

During this informative webinar, Nicole Quallen, a North Carolina-based, collaborative family lawyer and mediator, addresses four questions of divorce from a legal standpoint: custody, child support, spousal support and equitable distribution. She also guides Leaders and non-Leaders on how to advocate for a breastfeeding mother, and how separation agreements, custody and litigation can impact breastfeeding time.


14 November 2018 | Elizabeth Johnson

Learn how abuse can impact ability and desire to breastfeed, red flags that could indicate a history of sexual abuse and practical tools to support all families in a thoughtful way.





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