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Postpartum Support

If your baby is already here, congratulations! Please know that any struggles you may be having now will not last forever. I would love to support you and connect you with any resources you might benefit from.

Typically, we meet before the birth of your baby for an interview. We can do this with masks on, outdoors, or via FaceTime or Zoom. This is an opportunity for you to ask me any questions you might have.

If after our initial interview we decide to move forward, we schedule a prenatal visit to talk about your anticipated needs and to develop a postpartum plan together. We create a plan that is customized for you to receive the support that you need and want during this time.

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I typically support families anywhere from birth to 12 weeks postpartum.

I am offering in-person support with certain terms agreed upon.


*I have been vaccinated to protect myself and the families I support from Covid.*

I am offering weekday support.

I am in community with other doulas who could potentially provide backup for me should any unforeseen circumstances arise.

Some things I can do to support your household:

  • Assist you with postpartum planning so you feel better prepared.

  • Provide emotional support and assess what needs you may have.

  • Arrive with groceries or prepare meals to nourish you with ease.

  • Launder baby's things and wash bottle / pump parts to keep you off of your feet.

  • Give you the opportunity to rest so that you can feel refreshed.

  • Coordinate / field your meal train with your community.

  • Make informed, thoughtful referrals that are relevant to your needs.

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1 Support Session

(4 hours)

4 Support Sessions

(16 hours)

8 Support Sessions

(32 hours)

12 Support Sessions

(48 hours)

"Doulas do not approach their role in isolation. An entire lifetime has inspired us to become caregivers. When we do this work, we think about our families, our friends, the people we love."

From The Doulas - Radical Care for Pregnant People
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