Service: Trained New Parent Educator


Sutha Thangarajan is an Internationally Certified Child Birth Educator (CAPPA – U.S.A.) and Counsellor. She also holds a post graduate degree in Child development. She is the founder of Athmasukha an organisation for Antenatal and Postnatal care@ Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India. She has a rich experience of 14 years in this field. Athmasukha offers  a premium …

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Lisa M Gonzalez

I have been an RN for 30yrs, a Certified Childbirth Educator for 29yrs, a Certified Child Passenger Technician for 13yrs, BLS Certified and NRP Certified.

Heidi Ripplinger

I’m an experienced Postpartum Doula serving families in and around the Twin Cities since 2018. My purpose is to help and support you, to offer evidence based information when asked, to educate and to counsel. My presence is one of non-judgement, of advocacy for you and your family, and to be your sounding board with whom …

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Casey Henshaw

CBD (DONA), PPD, NPE, Birth and Newborn Photographer

Angela Das

I’m a mom of 2.5 little humans, the wife to my favorite large human and owner of a business that sets my soul on fire. I have my B.A. in Speech Communication with an emphasis on Interpersonal Communication and I am a Certified Lactation Counselor.  Parenthood and mothering is not just what I have spent …

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Marla Fisher

Marla Fisher is a postpartum doula (DONA certified), Lactation Educator (UCSD) and Newborn Care Specialist (Gentle Blessings), Ayurveda Postpartum Doula and a New Parent Educator (CAPPA). It is my goal to support women and families during the unique and special time that is postpartum. Helping you have a smooth transition into life with your newborn, giving you …

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Hi everyone! I’m KayBee and I’m from St.Vincent & the Grenadines in the Southern Caribbean. When I migrated to the USA, I was very taken aback by the way families are not really supported  through birth and immediately after birth.  When I had my own children, I was supported by so many people and felt …

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