By definition, a Doula is a woman, typically without formal obstetric training, who is employed to provide guidance and support to a pregnant woman during labor. A doula, also known as a birth companion, birth coach or post-birth supporter, is a non-medical companion who supports a birthing woman by providing continuous care before, during, or after childbirth in the form of education, physical support, emotional support, and advocacy.
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Before or as soon as you find out you’re expecting! The sooner you book me, the more I can help you navigate your pregnancy journey. I typically do not accept birth clients after 36 weeks.
Currently, most prenatal and postpartum services are being offered virtually. Labor prep, birth, and immediate postpartum visits are in-person with the proper mask, gloves, social distancing practices in place.
My Doula packages for prenatal, labor and birth vary between $1550-$1850
Yes, I currently accept the following Medicaid insurance plans: United Healthcare, Molina, Florida Community Care.
Absolutely! I work in all birth environments. Please make sure your OBGYN and hospital supports your desire to have a Doula. (Due to COVID-19, not all hospitals are allowing Doulas to be present.)
Yes, but in my years as a Doula I have never had to use a my backup yet 🙂
I offer virtual support to anywhere in the world. If you are in South Florida, please contact me with your location to confirm in-person support.
Yes. I am a member of Birthworkers for Medical Cannabis and support medical cannabis patients.