Sonya Duffee

Labour Doula Faculty

Location: Canada

Sonya Duffee’s journey towards supporting and empowering families through birth began shortly after the birth of her own children. With more than 20 years experience in a variety of birth settings including home births, hospital and birth center providing prenatal, birth and postnatal care to expectant families in the community. Sonya Duffee has attended over 1000 births in Saskatchewan, Alberta, New Mexico, Texas and Colorado providing personalized, individualized care to meet the needs of her clients. From 2002 to 2007 she was the only community based Midwife in Regina, Saskatchewan providing home birth services. Sonya has held many positions in local, provincial and national organizations. Past appointed member of the Saskatchewan College of Midwives and various working committees for the implementation of regulated midwifery. Past President and active member of the Doulas of Regina Association as well past-advisor for the Canadian Doula Association and her involvement in the birthing community through CAPSAC, Birth Unlimited, Friends of the Midwives and the Midwifery Association of Saskatchewan. She was Director of a community based organization called The Family Room in Saskatchewan and contributed to the production of birth related publications such as BEARTH and BIRTHING Magazine.

Sonya is currently certified with CAPPA as a Labor Doula, Postpartum Doula and Childbirth Educator, past board member of the Doula Association of Edmonton and proprietor of Full Circle Birth Collective in Edmonton, Alberta.

In early 2020, she became one of the founding members of a non profit organization called the Birth Society, promoting inclusive education and birth support in underserved communities.

As a Certified Labour Doula Faculty member and Certified Doula, she has been sharing her passion for birth with others, instructing Birth Attendants, Doulas and Community Health workers in supportive care, continuing education and Doula training since 2005. These experiences have been instrumental in her work in the implementing and advocacy of family-centered care.

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