Tag: Breast Feeding Support

  • Vicki Williams

    I’m Vicki Williams, Birth Doula, Breastfeeding Counsellor and Lactation Consultant. I firmly believe that most women (at least 95%) are able to birth their babies and breastfeed safely and successfully if they are given the right continuity of support and conditions that make them feel safe, something that can be Read more [...]

  • Amah – Mothering the Mother

    A Doula is someone who can help you prepare, who can signpost you to research and evidence which will inform your choices. Someone who will listen, support and comfort before, during and after your birth. Doulas are not medical professionals, our role is simply to “mother the mother” to support Read more [...]

  • Younique Baby

    I specialise as a postnatal doula but am happy to support one birth every 8 weeks or so, especially if you would like to book me as your postnatal doula. This allows me to give you close attention and ’joined up’ care. Babies don’t come with manuals is an often Read more [...]

  • Doula Roma

    Find yourself a doula you get on really well with. We come in a variety of shapes, sizes & costs. The costs are the same if you hire one in month one or nine. What a doula does depends on what you need. There is no way your partner will Read more [...]

  • Sue’s Doula Service

    A Doula these days is a woman experienced and trained in offering emotional and practical support to a woman (or couple), before, during and after childbirth. In many cultures around the world, the women in the community gather together around the time of child birth to look after and support Read more [...]

  • Janine Brogan – Doula

    My personal experiences help me gain an understanding of the women I support and enables me to be empathic to their needs whilst empowering them to make their own decisions during their pregnancy & birth. Although I thoroughly enjoyed my volunteer job at the hospital I knew I no longer wanted Read more [...]

  • Thames Doula

    A doula ( from ancient Greek pronounced doola) is a caregiver who offers counsel in a sensitive, nurturing and non–judgemental manner and works to protect the mother’s/family’s environment throughout the perinatal period. You will find an emotionally supportive space in which to explore ideas, doubts and wishes around pregnancy, labour, Read more [...]