Having professional birth support by your side can ease your worry and help you and your partner feel confident going into birth and leave together stronger.
Whether it’s providing a comforting touch, counter pressure, or easing the emotional experience of birth, having a doula can help you feel confident and trust yourself through your individual birthing experience.
Experience The doula difference
- Having a kind and patient person by your side. We’ll meet twice before your birth to discuss your birth wishes and to gain a better understanding of how I can best support you & your family as we get to know each other.
- No more Googling. From the moment you hire me until six-weeks postpartum, I will be there with unlimited phone/email consultations to answer any questions/concerns you may have.
- You’ll feel secure knowing I always have a trusted doula available as my backup in the rare circumstance I’m unable to attend your birth.
- Peace of mind knowing I’m available night or day to come to you during the month surrounding your due date.
- Whether you’re in labor or not, I’ll be ready to help you through the next steps. As you get closer to your due date you can lean on me for ideas for those final steps to get you ready to meet your baby. You can even have me join you in your home during early labor to help you stay calm and comfortable.
- As you experience nurse shift-changes, I’ll provide continuous labor support for you and your partner, meaning always having a familiar face by your side.
- Immediate postpartum support for up to two hours (or more if needed) after the birth to assist & encourage family bonding, breastfeeding & newborn wishes.
- I’ll come visit you in the comfort of your home 1-2 times in the first weeks after your baby is born to help guide breastfeeding, talk safe-sleeping, help you process your birth, and get you connected to any other professional services you may need.
“Good beginnings make a positive difference in the world, so it is worth our while to provide the best possible care for mothers and babies throughout this extraordinarily influential part of life.”
Ina May Gaskin