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Jamie-Lynn Sigler’s sings the praises of her doula

“So what do you do then?” “I’m a doula” “A what?” “A doula, I’m with women when they have their babies and I offer emotional support” (or some other line that’s never really quite able to explain what it is … Continue reading

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Continuity of Care

So much of the model of midwifery lead care has changed over the years. Even as a doula, in a non medical role, I know that the relationship I have with a mother, and how well I know her, and … Continue reading

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Dad’s and Doulas

I came across an article (linked further down), written by a dad about doulas. I’m always interested in hearing from the perspective of the father. I certainly see that much of my role is not just about supporting the mother, … Continue reading

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