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NaAisha Riley

Welcome! I am thrilled to introduce myself as a passionate and dedicated Postpartum doula. As a firm believer in the importance of nurturing mothers during the transformative postpartum period, I am committed to providing exceptional care and support to new parents as they embark on this beautiful journey. My name is NaAisha  and I have […]

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Mackie Abergel

Completion of CAPPA Postpartum Doula training, completing certification requirements, 2023 45 hour Lactation Education Counselor course, UCSD, 2023 200hr Registered Yoga Teacher 100hr Certified Meditation Teacher  

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Dawn Harris

My passion for birth justice began 25 years ago. Birth is the first step on your path of motherhood, and my desire is for women to feel excited and ready for whatever lies ahead. I am a certified DONA doula, I have attended Spinning Babies and love to incorporate that knowledge into labor, I am

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Keyra Peraza

​Keyra Peraza is a Certified Breastfeeding Specialist and Prenatal Health Educator in SW Washington state. She is a champion advocate and leader for supporting, promoting and protecting breastfeeding in an online support group “Black Breastfeeding Mamas Circle Group” which aims to provide evidence based information and education for black birthing and lactating parents. As a board

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Sara McGovern

The days and weeks following your little one’s birth are the most tender of times. Tender Time Postpartum is here to give you the space and time to bond with your sweet new baby, to rest and to recover your birthing body and to establish the values and intuition that will serve your parenting journey

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Kristal Lau

Dr. Kristal Lau, a Physician and Postpartum Wellness Consultant, is the author of ‘Postpartum 30: Thirty Days to a Nurtured Fourth Trimester’. And she believes that Mothers and Families are the backbones of economies and nations. Kristal brings over 10 years of combined experience and knowledge in clinical medicine, scientific research, and public health, including

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Eva Gordon Ryali

Hi! I’m Eva, and I’m here to help. Having a baby is one of the biggest events of a person’s life, and no one should have to go through it without support. I know how stressful and overwhelming those first weeks postpartum can feel, and I know what a difference having a Postpartum Doula can

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Vashara Newton-Weber

Bio For Vashara “Peaches” Newton-Weber   Hello and greetings from me to you. I, first would like to thank you for considering me to be your Doula. Im going to continue with an introduction and provide some basic information regarding my life.  My name is Vashara, but everyone calls me Peaches. This is my nickname

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Courtney Caranguian

Aloha my name is Courtney. I am Native Hawaiian, Korean, Chinese and White. I have been a doula for the past six years (est. 2017). I support people in birth and postpartum. I have supported all types of births from home to cesareans. My own births have helped shape me; birth 1 was an induction,

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Ivy Green, MPH

Hello expecting person! I am a CAPPA trained Doula-in-training. Located in Westchester, NY, I am looking to support expecting persons and families located within the tri-state and I am available remotely for out of state persons up until expected delivery (will include travel if feasible). I became a doula to ensure that more families had

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Tania Decessa

Hi everyone! My name is Tania and I’m from Long Island, New York. I am a cappa trained student doula that offers evidence based and holistic doula support before, during, and after labor. Connect with me on instagram @decessadoula

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Jennifer Campbell

I spent 12 years as a birth assistant, lactation consultant, and CBE trainer in The Bradley Method and Birthing From Within, and ran LaLeche League meetings with a passion for supporting women who have become Moms. Currently, I’m a Certified Birth Doula for all births regardless of where and how you deliver. I’m also a

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Chelsea Da Paz

I’m so excited you’re here! I’m Chelsea, a wife, stay-at-home parent of two and a doula. I have been working with children and families for more than two decades. Prior to becoming a mother, I received a master’s degree in education and taught music to children in public school (PreK through grade 12) for 11

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Ashley Beckwith

Hello, My name is Ashley Beckwith. I am a Certified Birth Doula through DONA, Certified Placenta specialist through Women’s Choice Perinatal Services, Breastfeeding Specialist through Lactation Education Resources and Certified Childbirth Educator trough CAPPA. I also offer support with Postpartum Care, Babywearing and Cloth Diapering. My philosophy is; All birthing families deserve being supported in

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Jenn Alvarez

Hi there! I’m Jenn, and I love all things pregnancy and parenthood related. I am a wife and a Mama of five earthside babes(one set of Twins) + a bonus babe. After experiencing miscarriages, pregnancy, labor and the birth process myself, I knew I wanted to become a birth worker. I am CAPPA trained, working

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Selena Eisenberg (they/them)

Selena is a traditional midwife based in Pittsburgh, PA. They have been in the birth world for over 15 years. They are a one of the community birth workers participating in the “Perinatal Health Equity Champions program,” focusing on making hospital birth safer for BIPOC in Pittsburgh. When they aren’t attending a birth, spending time

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Laura Lusson

I am humbled and honored to support people in the life-changing journey of giving birth and bringing new life into this world. As a labor doula, I offer an appreciation of each person as an individual with unique perspectives, preferences, dreams and experiences. I seek to help educate, care for and empower people to navigate

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Alexandra Knight

She/her. I am a very social, personable, empathic and emotionally intelligent woman with a passion for obstetrics, babies, children and supporting those going through grief. I am thrilled to be able to help support women/people through their pregnancies, labor and loss. My background is in hospitality and medical administration (with OBGYN’s).

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Holly Yeager

Holly is a Professional Birth Doula and Postpartum Doula Certified through DONA, ProDoula, and CAPPA. She is also a certified placenta encapsulation specialist with both IPPA and ProDoula, a Certified Lactation Counselor, and a childbirth educator. Holly was drawn to doula work after experiencing the doula attended, healing birth of her second daughter. She loves

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April Kline

As a Certified Professional Midwife, IBCLC Lactation Consultant, Craniosacral Therapist, and Emotional Release Therapist, my work is firmly rooted in current evidence, while simultaneously weaving in wisdom of our ancestral birth keepers. My overarching goal is to help my clients find every opportunity to find their own power, through evidence-based information and unconditional support. I

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Bryn Noe

If you’re here, you might be a parent (or will be soon!) I am, too. Before everything else, I am a mom. I have three children, ages 6, 5, and 1.5. They are a huge part of the reason I am here today and why I am so passionate about postpartum and family care. As

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Melanie Betancur

Hello Everyone, I am the CEO and founder of Reverence Birth and my birth worker partner in my business is Yolanda Betancur. We work together to approach birth work with evidence-based information and a love and admiration for maternal health; we advocate for expectant families, who may have experienced adversity in accessing quality care, and

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