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Doula Services
for Boston & Providence

A Birth doula is there to support you through the birth you choose whether it be in a hospital, birth center, or home and vaginal or cesarean. Navigating birth with support not only creates a wonderful birth experience, but also empowers you to make the decisions that best align with you. Every birther is having natural childbirth before their epidural, so whether you are planning natural childbirth or you are definitely having an epidural, having the tools and support will lower your chances of having a surgical birth! You are the expert of your own body and baby, I am here to empower and guide you via comfort measures and physical support, emotional support and encouragement, and informational support and advocacy.

Services Include:

  • 45-minute consultation

  • 2 prenatal visits 

    • The first where I get to know your birthing preferences and what works for you.  I write a birth plan for your review based on that meeting​

    • The second meeting is a hands on workshop where we practice labor positions and comfort measures.  If you have a partner, this is the meeting where I train them to support your in just the right way.

  • Preparation of birth preferences

  • On-call starting at 38 weeks + (available day and night and if your baby comes early, I am there as well!)

  • Unlimited texts/emails/calls from the moment you hire me 

  • Access to labor support tools during your birth

  • Continuous labor support until 1-2 hours after your baby is born

  • A back-up doula in the unlikely event that I am unavailable

  • Photographs of your birth experience if I am not needed elsewhere while you are all meeting each face to face

  • Initial lactation support in the hospital

  • Breastfeeding/lactation/Postpartum home visit

Did you know that under IRS regulations, you can pay for 100% of your birth doula support using your Health Savings Account (HSA) or your Flexible Spending Account (FSA)? 


“Birth is women’s business; it is the business of our bodies. And our bodies are indeed wondrous, from our monthly cycles to the awesome power inherent in the act of giving birth.”

 - Sarah Buckley

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