Service: Waterbirth Support

Amanda Mejia

Amanda was born and raised in Southern California and is currently located in North Texas with her husband and three children.  She is a stay at home and homeschool mother.  She has a passion for birth since 2015 and is a VBAC mother.  she is a experienced homebirth mother and pro breastfeeding.  When she is …

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Angela Turner

Hello, I’m Angela, Certified Perinatal Doula, in Camden, NJ. Here to provide support as you see fit ( with boundaries of course lol). Everyone’s pregnancy is uniquely different in its own way and I am here to help you achieve special short term goals that benefits you and your family in the long run. While …

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Tiffany Martin

Tiffany Martin is an Alabama native, and currently serves the Huntsville / Athens / New Market / Meridianville / Hazel Green and surrounding areas as a professionally trained doula and an apprenticing midwife. She is the pioneer of The DandeLion Difference Initiative – a non-profit, grassroots, community-based initiative that is focused on reducing maternal health …

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Shannon Outchcunis

I am a Full Spectrum Doula. My support is given before, during and after your pregnancy, regardless of whatever path your journey takes you on. I am a certified: Labor Doula Postpartum Doula Bereavement Doula Adoption Doula Fertility Doula Placenta Encapsulation Specialist Holistic Pain Management Educator Reiki Master I look forward to supporting you in …

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Andie Weber

Hello!   My name is Andie Weber, I am a labor and birth doula and I have been practicing for about eight years. I work privately and in an agency called bright heart birth in Reno NV. I have a 20 month old daughter named Indigo, and a very supportive husband named Troy. I love …

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Katherine Ward

’m an Iowa Girl and self proclaimed Birth n’ Baby Junkie. I’ve been fascinated by birth since I was little. I told my mom I wanted to be a “baby doctor” (OB) and have 20 kids of my own when I grew up. While those plans have certainly changed, I am still passionate about caring …

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