Prenatal support

The first home visit

We will come to your home and meet with you and your birth partner and discuss your goals, hopes, and fears surrounding your birthing experience. We’ll discuss your birth education options and determine if we are a good fit as partners in the birthing process. This first visit takes about an hour.

The Second home visit:

In this visit we will complete your comprehensive birth plan, discuss comfort measures, make a packing/ preparation list and finalize all plans for your baby’s birth day. Payment for all labor services are due at this visit. This visit must take place before 38 weeks gestation

Phone and text support

Once under contract, your Doula will be available to you by phone and text to answer any questions you may have, provide factual information, and help you improve your communication with your provider.


Birthing day Support

Emotional support

Continuous emotional support has been linked to better outcomes in all birthing experiences. Whether the birth occurs in a  home or birth center with a midwife, or in a hospital setting with doctors and nurses, the ongoing presence of a Doula as a member of your birth team can been a great comfort and blessing. Not all care providers can provide intensive uninterrupted attention. Your labor doula I will be there from the early signs of labor all the way through to recovery. We will be by your side as long as you need and will provide a constant presence to help you through your labor.

Physical support

Throughout all history, women have supported other woman as they brought new lives into the world. This support was often literal as backs and legs have been supported, hands were held, and brows were wiped. Effective comfort techniques have been passed down through generations, as well as new methods have been discovered. All of our doulas are trained in physical support measures such as

  • Massage

  • Counter pressure

  • Aroma and sound therapy  

  • Hypnotherapy

  • Hydrotherapy

  • Rebozo  

  • Hot and cold comfort measures

Partner support

Your significant other is a very important part of your birthing experience. We take the time to make sure that your birth partner has the education and support they need to be confident and helpful partners. As we build your birth plan we make sure that we include the roll of your partner. To insure they are participating as much or a little as mom would like.


Postpartum support

Bringing home a new baby can be overwhelming. Family  and friends can be a major blessing but sometimes you need more help than they can provide, or you just need someone you can count on to be there when you need them. I can offer postpartum support including

  • Light housekeeping

  • Meal preparation

  • Older child care

  • Breastfeeding support

  • Newborn care