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- Bert Kiehle
Birth Doula Profile Meet Bert Kiehle Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula Bert is a new Birth and Postpartum doula, but has had birth-work in her heart since she was a little girl. Once she learned what a doula was, she knew this was her ultimate calling! She believes that pregnant and birthing people are the most sacred and precious members of our society and is honored to be invited to join families in their process. Bert is working toward her DONA Certification and accepting both birth and postpartum clients. https://www.robertakiehle.com 5857492718 email@example.com
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- Welcome to The Doula Cooperative of Rochester NY
Welcome to the Doula Cooperative of Rochester, NY We are so glad you are here! What is a doula? About Us Support for families and doulas We are a collaborative group of doulas serving families in Rochester, NY and its surrounding areas throughout pregnancy, birth and parenthood. Additionally, we offer community and educational support for doulas in our area. Get to know us! Looking for a doula? You're in the right place! This site is packed with information about birth and postpartum doula support. You will find answers to a few of the most frequently asked questions about doulas and get to know some of the doulas in our cooperative. If you are inquiring about doula support, we invite you to contact a doula individually through their profile or by completing our contact form which will be circulated to all the doulas in our membership. Meet the Doulas! Looking for a doula community? We welcome all doulas to our cooperative regardless of their training organization, certification status and areas or frequency of practice. Membership benefits include monthly opportunities for networking, skill enhancement and professional development. Additionally, our members have access to doula service requests and have the opportunity to list their profile and contact information on our site. Join our Community!
- Join the Doula Co-Op | The Doula Cooperative of Rochester
Become A Member It takes a village Doula work can be some of the most fulfilling areas of work you may ever find yourself in, but it can also be some of the most isolating and draining. We can't sustain this work without the support of other professionals who understand and can hold space for us as we navigate the ins and outs of this great support work. Benefits of Membership Informal mentorship and networking opportunities with other doulas and birth professionals Supportive community (in person and online) to process experiences with and learn from Educational opportunities to increase knowledge and enhance professional skills Option to have profile and contact information featured on Doula Cooperative website Learn More Doula Membership $ 50 50$ Every year Join Now Join us for our monthly doula meeting! 7 PM Second Thursday of the Month* Contact us for location information *Check the Doula Cooperative Facebook Group for occasional changes to dates or location.
- Postpartum Doulas | The Doula Cooperative of Rochester
Postpartum Doulas Click the photo of any doula below to access their profile page and learn more about them or get their contact information. Mindy Class, CD(DONA), CLC Birth Doula and Postpartum Doula Kerela Jones Postpartum Doula, Birth Doula Kat Head Postpartum Doula Morgan Moy M.S., CCC-SLP/L TSSLD Birth and Postpartum Doula care Rebecca Dilley CLC, Birth and Postpartum Doula Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Breastmilk Jewelry Michelle Grosodonia Maiola Full Spectrum Doula, Pre-Birth, Birth and Postpartum, Pre-Postnatal Yoga, Reiki Healing Ashley Towle, Birth and Postpartum Doula, Pediatric Sleep Consultant Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Pediatric Sleep Consultant Chelsé Inman Postpartum Doula Babywearing Educator & Consultant Julie Hobart Birth and Postpartum Doula, Massage Therapist Erin Hegeman, Advanced Holistic Doula Postpartum Doula Caitlan Wilber Postpartum Doula Stephanie Kiesow, MA, MPH, CLE Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Certified Lactation Educator Emily Rockcastle Postpartum Doula Sarah Ozimek Birth & Postpartum Doula Melissa Ebner Birth Doula CD(DONA), Postpartum Doula, Lactation Counselor Kirsten Elting -BA, CD(DONA), LCCE, CLEC, CLC Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Childbirth Educator, Lactation Educator and Counselor
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- Meet the Doulas Near Me | The Doula Cooperative of Rochester
Meet the Doulas Choose from the options below to meet the birth or postpartum doulas in our Cooperative. If you need help connecting with someone, please feel free to contact us and let us know specifically what you're looking for. Meet the Birth Doulas Meet the Postpartum Doulas Hiring A Doula You are welcome to contact any of the doulas directly to set up a complimentary consultation. It is never too early to contact a potential doula! Our schedules can fill up quickly, so if you feel a particular connection to someone, contact them soon to ensure their availability! A doula consultation, is a good opportunity to ask any questions you might have about a doula's experiences, approach and philosophy. It is also a time to learn whether or not you feel that the two of you would be a good fit in working together. Once you've decided which doula you'd like to hire, you can contact them directly. Most doulas have clients sign an agreement of services and pay a portion of their fee up front. In general, the remainder of the fee is due prior to services are rendered. A Note About Doula Fees Doula fees are set by each individual doula, team or agency. The average fee in the Rochester area for birth doulas is around $1,000 and $30-$35 for postpartum doulas. The bulk of these fees are formulated by the nature of what their services entail: Unlimited text, email & phone support throughout time of contract Prenatal and postpartum visits On call access to birth doulas 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from 38 weeks until baby is 1-2 weeks old Availability for continuous care throughout the entirety of your labor and birth regardless of whether or not it's a few hours or a few days Childcare costs, travel fees, administrative and business costs, etc. Level of experience and training There is a misconception that newer doulas can offer their services for free. However, to create a sustainable work environment for themselves and their community, most new doulas establish a fee that provides them with a living wage. If you are concerned about paying the fee for doula support services, please consider the following: What items could you sell, or could you host a garage sale, to cover the cost? Could you put doula support on your shower registry? Do you or your family members have any services that could be exchanged for a portion of the fee? Some doulas do work with sliding scale fees or are able to exchange goods or services for their support. Some doulas state this and/or their fee on their individual websites. Please contact the doula you are interested in to inquire further.
- About the The Doula Cooperative of Rochester NY
About the Doula Cooperative Our Mission The Doula Cooperative exists to: Provide a welcoming community for all doulas and to support one another through continuing education, opportunities for enhancing professional skills, networking and peer support. Connect our community with high quality pregnancy, birth and postpartum support. As professionals, the members of The Doula Cooperative subscribe to a shared code of ethics that informs our practices and ways of working with clients. Who We Are Meet the Doulas! Join Our Cooperative! Our membership consists of birth and postpartum doulas from all around Rochester and its surrounding areas. We have doulas who work independently and doulas who work within teams and agencies as well. Our doulas have a variety of experience in supporting families and represent numerous training organizations as well. Our Cooperative was founded in 2000 as a place for professional collaboration, encouragement and education and welcomed new and seasoned doulas alike. We are proud continue that legacy and strive to uphold those values as we grow and expand this crucial work of supporting families in the childbearing years. Our Board Our Cooperative is governed by a volunteer group of members. The Steering Committee organizes events, maintains relationships with providers and other professionals or organizations that support families in our community, advocates for the rights of birthing people, arranges educational opportunities, and informs members and the broader community of relevant social or legislative issues that impact birthing people and their families. Kat Head President Patrick Boswell Treasurer Julia Sittig Hospital Liason Morgan Moy Vice President Christine Landers Member Coordinator & Website Coordinator Rebecca Dilley Community Liason Kerela Jones Contact Coordinator
- Allison Kelly
Birth Doula Profile Meet Allison Kelly Birth Doula Completed training for birth and lactation with Beautiful Birth Choices. 5854899961 email@example.com
- About Birth Doulas | The Doula Cooperative of Rochester
About Doulas Birth Doulas Helping families feel empowered to make informed choices about their care in pregnancy, birth and parenthood. Providing physical and emotional support throughout labor, birth and the early postpartum hours. Meet the Birth Doulas Postpartum Doulas Helping families make a smooth transition into parenthood by providing assistance with newborn care, breastfeeding support, household duties and emotional support in the postpartum period. Meet the Postpartum Doulas
- Birth Doulas in Rochester | The Doula Cooperative of Rochester
Birth Doulas Click the photo of any doula below to access their profile page and learn more about them or get their contact information. Bridget Strub, CD(DONA), LCCE Birth Doula, Childbirth Educator, Hospital-Grade Breast Pump Rentals Mindy Class, CD(DONA), CLC Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula Kerela Jones - Certified Holistic Doula (The Matrona) Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula Adriana Lozada, AdvCD(DONA), CSC, CEMC, CBP Birth Doula, Healthy Sleep Consultations, Birth and Postpartum Prep. Classes Tamara L Albert, CD(DONA), LCCE Birth Doula, Childbirth preparation classes Morgan Moy M.S., CCC-SLP/L TSSLD Birth and Postpartum Doula care Rebecca Dilley CLC,Birth and Postpartum Doula Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Breastmilk jewelry Molly Deutschbein, LMT, CST, CD Birth Doula, Fertility Doula, Pregnancy Bodywork, Spinning Babies AWARE Practitioner, Postpartum bodywork Jenna Roberge-karns Birth Doula Katie DeTar Lalley Birth Doula Courtney Cullen Birth Doula Christine Landers, BD, HCHD Birth Doula, Hypnobabies Hypno-Doula Shannon Glaser Birth Doula Julia M. Sittig, MSW, AdvCD/BDT(DONA), LCCE Birth Doula, Childbirth Education, Doula Training Jenni Kula CD(DONA), CHD, PICD, CE Holistic Doula Support, Childbirth Education, Placenta Art & Encapsulation Mandi Johnson-Fisher Birth Doula Eileen Steinchen, LMHC Birth Doula Melissa Ebner Birth Doula CD(DONA), Postpartum Doula, Lactation Counselor Ashley Towle Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Pediatric Sleep Consultant Julie Hobart Birth and Postpartum Doula, Massage Therapist Julie Grisham Brith Doula LaKeisha Washington Birth Doula, Birth Photography, Lactation Counseling, Placenta Encapsulation Jennie Kieffer, CLC, CD(DONA), CVD(TVL) Birth Doula, Birth Photographer, Lactation Counselor Stephanie Kiesow-Edoh, MA, MPH, CLE Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Certified Lactation Educator Kirsten Elting -BA, CD(DONA), LCCE, CLEC, CLC Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Childbirth Educator, Lactation Educator and Counselor Allison Kelly Birth Doula Hunter, RN, Birth Doula Birth Doula Sarah Ozimek Birth & Postpartum Doula Kaitlyn Terry Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Homebirth Preparation, Birth Artist & Educator Shannon Pessin Birth Doula, Childbirth Educator