Helping expecting families to have a safe and satisfying birth experience, regardless of the means to get there, is the sole purpose of Westside Birth Connection. I am proud and honored to have assisted over 350 families in the Pikes Peak Region. The choice of who is around you at this time is a big one and it's important that the mother feel as comfortable as possible, both physically and emotionally. Read about how I have helped my clients here.
I became a Childbirth Educator and Labor/Birth Doula for two main reasons. First, I wanted to empower women through the natural methods of childbirth. I remember the feelings of strength and control that I encountered when I had my two children at home in the presence of midwives and I wanted to pass this on to other expectant mothers... Read more about Candace here.
A doula is an assistant who provides various forms of non-medical and non-midwifery support (physical and emotional) in the childbirth process. Based on a particular doula's training and background, the doula may offer support during prenatal care, during childbirth and/or during the postpartum period. A birth doula provides support during labor. Thus a labor doula may attend a home birth or might attend the parturient woman during labor at home and continue while in transport and then complete supporting the birth at a hospital or a birth center... Learn the truth about common Doula myths here.
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