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What You Need to Know

Do you perform any physical examinations?

No. I simply meet with you as a non-medical professional. I can offer education and options and empower you with the information you need to choose a provider, a birthing venue, and a method of birth. I can create a custom birthing care plan to help you prepare for and achieve your ideal birth.

How will hiring you affect my partner’s role during the birth?

Your birth, your way. If your partner wants to be your main support person, then my role is to be there to empower them with the skills and ideas they need in order to support you in the best way possible. I can be as involved as you would like me to be. I can offer relief to a tired partner and help them to meet their own self-care needs as well so they can continue to support you from a state of health.

What are your interactions with medical staff like?

I create a collaborative relationship with the medical staff we work with. I know many of the midwives in the area personally. When it comes to interacting with doctors and nurses, I maintain that I am there for non-medical support measures of the mother and support and work toward creating a seemly birth care support team ensuring that mom and baby are cared for physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.

How do I pay you? And do you offer discounts?

I can take any form of payment: major credit cards or debit cards through PayPal or my Square reader, cash or check.

Yes, I have a sliding scale available on a per-need financial basis. I also offer payment plans regardless of financial need. I am also registered with a National Provider Identification Number so that you can request your insurance company to cover my services. (over 20 insurance companies have covered doula services!) Contact me to learn more! 

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