Postpartum Doula Profile


Morgan Moy M.S., CCC-SLP/L TSSLD

Birth and Postpartum Doula care

In 2018, I gave birth to my daughter through an unexpected cesarean section. Only after this did I realize there was so much more to birth than the average person knows. After my birth, I wanted to use my experiences as a way to support others through their birth journey. This led me to find my passion and I attended both birth and postpartum doula trainings, and since then have begun attending births. My goal as a birth and postpartum doula is to inform parents and parents-to-be on their choices during pregnancy, birth, and beyond. I also aspire to become a certified lactation consultant to complement my doula services. Besides my passion for birth, I also work as a speech language pathologist with a specialization in pediatric feeding therapy.

As a little bit more about me, I married my high school sweetheart, whom I met when we were both attending West Irondequoit high school. We still live in the area and plan to live here for the years to come. In my spare time I like to crochet, walk our dogs, and swim with my daughter.

Monthly Doula Meeting

7 PM

Second Thursday of the Month*

220 Winton Rd. South

*Check the Doula Cooperative Facebook Group for occasional changes to dates or location.

(585) 234-0164

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The Doula Cooperative is committed to the inclusion of individuals and families regardless of age, race, class, ethnicity, national origin, gender expression & identity, sexuality, relationship status, ability, religion and birthing choices and location. All are welcome.