Your needs during pregnancy and birth are unique – but here is a little list of services always included in my birth doula care –

  • An initial (complimentary) meeting to get to know each other and chat about your needs and desires in birth.
  • At least three meetings to talk about what to expect in labor and birth, get perspective on the range of ‘normal’ experiences, explore your best coping and pain management techniques, discuss your values and intentions and your options in birth, guidance to help you and your partner feel confident working together, and support in planning for your first few weeks with a new baby and life as a newly-born parent. Your desires, needs, and unique situation determine when and how often we meet.
  • Phone and email support during your pregnancy any time you have questions, and on call for you 24 hours a day starting two weeks before your anticipated due date.
  • Continuous and loving physical, emotional, and informational support to you and your partner during your entire labor and birth – from the time you choose to call until your baby is born, and 1-2 hours immediately postpartum until you are comfortable and ready for quiet family time, with help getting started with breastfeeding if you desire.
  • At least one postpartum visit to celebrate your baby, process your birth story, and answer questions about your recovery, your wellbeing, newborn care, or parenting during the early postpartum period; including certified lactation/feeding support, plus phone and email support during this time.

Birth doula care – $850 

All families and all births deserve doula care, and I work to provide reduced-fee services and barter/trade when possible. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you are concerned that cost will be a barrier.


Rest. Recovery. Time to bond. All families deserve to be fully supported as they grow in the weeks and months after a new baby arrives. You decide how I can best support your needs, and assist your family in adjusting during a tender, special, and often vulnerable time. Postpartum care always includes –

  • An initial, complimentary, consultation to discuss your needs and desires for support during the first three months – the length of time can be adjusted for multiples, early arrivals, and other unique circumstances.
  • Emotional and physical support for recovery from pregnancy and birth (including cesarean recovery).
  • Emotional support for your family, including your partner and new siblings.
  • Support to nurture your confidence as a new or growing parent, by providing information, connecting you with resources, and helping you access your own coping skills.
  • Time to rest, recover, and bond, by providing a gentle pair of hands where you need it most – preparing nourishing meals and snacks, light housekeeping or household tasks, assisting with newborn care and infant feeding.
  • Phone/text or email support any time you have questions or concerns.

Postpartum care  – $20/hour. 

Combine birth doula and 8 additional hours of postpartum support for a complete package of care – $1000

Lactation Care

Your individual goals for feeding your baby are yours alone. Making milk may be natural, but there can be a steep learning curve for parent and baby. Real lactation support starts with your needs and desires, combined with skilled, evidence-based care, compassion, nonjudgement, and encouragement. In-home support that fits your needs and circumstances can help you manage difficulties and devise a plan to help you meet your own personal feeding goals. A stand-alone lactation consultation (in person or virtual) includes:

  • A visit where we discuss your questions and concerns and assess baby feeding. Common concerns include: baby not latching well, breast or nipple pain during or between feedings, concerns about low milk supply, managing oversupply, baby fussing while feeding, feeding multiples, or managing a returning to work.
  • Developing a plan tailored to fit your needs, and follow-up with phone and email support.

Stand-alone consultation  – $65, or ask about combining breastfeeding support with your birth or postpartum package.