FAQs

What is a birth doula?

A doula is a professional trained in childbirth who provides emotional, physical, relational, and educational support to a mother who is expecting, is experiencing labor, or has recently given birth. The doula’s purpose is to help women have a safe, memorable, and empowering birthing experience.

What is a postpartum doula?

A postpartum doula provides evidenced based information on things such as infant feeding, emotional and physical recovery from birth, mother–baby bonding, infant soothing, and basic newborn care.

What is the benefit of an out of the Hospital Childbirth Education?

Classes taught outside the hospital can equip you with in-depth information about coping skills, physiology of labor and birth, emotional aspects, and childbirth options.

http://americanpregnancy.org/labor-and-birth/childbirth-education-classes/

How many clients do you take per month?

There is no easy answer to this question since I don't really take clients per month. I try to have 1 birth client per 3 week period. I usually take last minute clients on a case by case basis since we are OCONUS and spouses go on patrols leaving the birthing person behind with little support.