Are Doula Services Right for You?

If you are reading this right now, chances are you are looking for a doula. To know if a doula is right for you, it is first helpful to know what a doula has to offer you. There are several different types of doulas who help families at various different stages of their birth journeys. The most commonly know types are birth and postpartum doulas. A less comonly known types includes the fertility doula. 

A fertility doula walks with a woman during her preconception period to help her prepare her body for pregnancy. Using a combination of nutrition education, self-care guidance, and wellness recommendations, a fertility doula supports educates a woman and her partner on non-enterventive ways to enhance fertility. 

A birth doula prepares families for labor and teaches them the essential things that will help them navigate labor and prepare for postpartum. Birth doulas are present with a family during labor providing emotional, physical, and information support. They stay with a family up to 2 hours postpartum to ensure mother and baby are rocovering well recieving adequate attention and care.

A postpartum doula help families adjust to life after having a baby and overcome challenges immediately postpartum. Eating, sleeping, and newborn care can be a challenge for new parents. Mothers who receive postpartum support services often have an easier time adjusting to the demands of caring for a newborn. Postpartum support usually covers the period of birth up to 12 weeks postpartum.

Doulas in all categories my offer additional services and specialties such as specialized childbirth or newborn care education, lactation support, referrals to community resources, placenta services, nutritional services, massage therapy, accupuncture, herbal medicine, ect. 

Doula Service Offerings

Fertility Doula

Learn wholistic non-interventive ways to prepare your body for pregnancy.


  • Informational Support
  • Nutritional Support & Counseling
  • Bi-Weekly Virtual Sessions
  • Unlimited email/text support

Min 3-Month Commitment Required

Birth Doula

Feel prepared for your birth and supported during your labor experience. Enhance your bierh experience with with family-centered care.


  • Labor preparation
  • Up to 4 Prenatal visits
  • Unlimited email/text support
  • Physical attendance at birth

On-call at 37 weeks

Postpartum Doula

Daytime and overnight support to help your family recover from birth and get adjusted to life with a new baby.


  • Newborn care/support in your home
  • Lactation Education
  • Postpartum nutrition guidance

1-week, 3-week, 6-week and 12-week Packages available

Whole Parent Services
Everything you need to have a wholistic pregnancy, birth, and postpartum experience.



  • Birth Doula Services
  • Postpartum Doula Services
  •  Newborn/Childbirth Education
  • Labor Support
  • Lactation Support
  • Placenta Services
  • Fertility Doula Services may be added to this package

A Wholistic Birth Experience

There are basic universal requirements needed while planning a pregnancy, prenatally, during labor, and postpartum for wholistic birth experiences and outcomes. These requirements don’t just take physical factors into account, they look at the mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects as well. This is true for all families regardless of age, race, sexual orientation, economic status, or any other factors. The 10 universal elements needed for a positve birth experience include a partner, social support sytem, education, informed consent/refusal, skilled care provider, safe birth location, labor support, postpartum support, access to community resources and mental health support.

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