Pregnancy, childbirth and the first few weeks of parenthood is an amazing time in our lives. It should be about the birthing parent, partner (if there is one), baby or babies and what they want for this special time. However, in our fast paced and hectic lifestyles, it can often feel completely overwhelming, especially as more people are living further away from traditional family support.
Having doula support will smooth your transition to parenthood- a Magical yet challenging time!
Cherry Blossom Doulas Inc - COVID-19 and Doula Support
During this global public health issue we all have a responsibility to follow current public health advice in order to look after ourselves, our families as well as the wider community. A large part of this is social distancing to reduce and slow down transmission of the virus.
That said, babies continue to be born and parents and families still have to deal with all the changes, additional pressures and anxieties that can often arise with a newborn.
So having to stay at home and not having enough support from family, friends and others can make an overwhelming time even more so.
Due to the current COVID-19 social distancing advice I am offering on-line doula support for parents and families with newborns . Even though I cannot be present with you I can still offer valuable advice, support and encouragement through FaceTime, e-messenger, e-mail, text messaging.
When I work with clients I usually also keep close contact with them through texting and a lot of families have found this very helpful.
I recently completed a holistic maternity and child sleep consultation course with IPHI (International Parenting and Health Institute) and am now a Certified Maternity and Child Sleep Consultant. I am now offering Holistic Sleep Consulting, an integrative approach to sleep optimising for pregnant individuals and children. Please see my sleep optimising page for more details.
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