Virtual Birth Consults
Offered at the low price of $50/hour, these consults are an opportunity to ask your questions of an experienced professional, from the safety and comfort of your own home.
All our coversations will be private, judgement-free, and based on the most up to date information.
We can simply meet to answer your questions and talk about the current birthing climate or you can choose from one of the topics listed here.
This is a great opportunity for a family that knows they are not interested in labor support. This way, you can still receive some of the beneifts of having a doula on your birth team, through prenatal preparation.
In order to schedule a consult with me, please reach out via my contact page.
If you would like to book four consultations at one time, a package of appointments is available for $175.
Possible Consult Coversation Topics
– Childbirth Ed: The Cliff Notes Edition
– Laboring Positions and Coping Techniques
– Hospital Birth: What to Actually Pack, What to Expect, & Unexpected Circumstances
– The Fourth Trimester: Bringing Baby Home and Preparing for Postpartum
– Whatever you want to discuss! I’m happy to jump on a call with you and see where your questions take us.
Virtual Doula Support
Virtual labor support can still be very effective!
I am offering virtual doula support at a fraction of my usual fee – for a flat rate of $800.
If you are intersted in doula support, we will have a *totally free* meeting, just to see if we are a good fit. If you decide to work with me after that, my fee includes two prenatal meetings, on-call labor support, and two postpartum meetings.
Our prenatal meetings are even more crucal now. We will use this time to get to know one another, discuss your birth options and preferences, and answer your questions. I will use my industry contacts to stay up to date with your hospital’s or birth center’s COVID policies and practices.
I can offer in-home, in-person labor support during your early labor. I will follow all best practices for safety and can help you stay home until you are in active labor, thereby reducing the amount of time you spend at the hospital or birth center. You may also opt for virtual support during your early labor, if that is what you prefer.
Once you move to your birthing location , I will be available via phone, text, or video call. We will discuss our specific plan during your prenatals but regardless of which method you choose, I will be consistently available for support: coping mechanisms, laboring position suggestions, and providing a sounding board for any decisions you may be making.
Postpartum support can be in-home, in-person, or fully virtual, at your discretion.