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What is a Birth Doula?

A Birth doula is someone who is at your birth to support you and your partner. My main priority is to help make the birthing person the most comfortable you can be and make sure your needs are met. I help partners by coaching them on how to provide hands on support through touch, and encourage them to be apart of the birthing process. I do not take their place. I am here to answer any questions or concerns you may have.

What is a Postpartum Doula ?

A Postpartum doula is a birthing and baby  helper. I am here to create a seamless transition into parenthood and help your family adjust to having a newborn in the home. I am an extra set of ears to talk to, someone to help with newborn care while you have a shower or go take a nap, I help with light house work and answer any questions you may have about mood disorders, chestfeeding, formula feeding, baby wearing, cloth diapers, and more.

What are the benefits of a Doula

  • 31% decrease in the use of Pitocin*

  • 28% decrease in the risk of C-section*

  • 12% increase in the likelihood of a spontaneous vaginal birth*

  • 9% decrease in the use of any medications for pain relief

  • 14% decrease in the risk of newborns being admitted to a special care nursery

  • 34% decrease in the risk of being dissatisfied with the birth experience*

DOs and Donts

Doula Dos & Don'ts


  • Supports the birth you want, while offering physical and emotional support 

  • Helps you through the unexpected 

  • Can decrease your length of labour 

  • Supports your birth partner

  • Ensures you make informed decisions 

  • Reduces the need for C-section 


  •  Will not perform any medical or clinical procedures 

  • Take over the roll of your partner or support team

  • Make decisions for you 

  • Will not attend a planned unassisted birth 

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