What is a doula?

A doula is a trained professional, who provides physical, emotional, and educational support and advocacy to a birthing person before, during, and after birth. Doulas have proven effective.

A doula is not a primary care provider, and as such, does not offer or provide medical support.

Why are you a doula?

Birth work is my calling. I walk with each new person on the journey to bring their beautiful child into their arms. A calm, peaceful presence is a unique gift I bring into a birth room. Still know when it comes to advocating, I will not be quiet. You will not walk this journey alone. We will prepare together, from our first meeting, to your first meeting your child.

What do you DO as a doula?

As your doula I will meet with you for two prenatal meetings, be present with you during your labor, and meet with you for at least one postpartum check-in.

I will work to empower you to make informed decisions to experience the birth you choose.

My Birth and Postpartum Doula Families Scrapbook
☀️ posted with permission ☀️



photo credit: Joy Kraynak



Birth Fee: $450-750
This includes presence during labor and birth, all prenatal and postpartum meetings, and any additional communication we may have while I am your doula.



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