COLETTE FEATHERSTON
Doula
Hendersonville, North Carolina
5 years of experience
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About me

Following the birth of my child, my varied life experiences felt like they came together to put me on the path of becoming a postpartum doula. I bring my passion for mental and physical well-being, social justice, creativity and connection with nature to families as they navigate the often challenging and transformative postpartum time. I am inspired to create spaces for healing, ease and connection during this time. Whether that's by helping an exhausted parent get some rest, preparing nutritious meals and snacks, offering breast/chest feeding/bottle feeding support or helping to navigate the rollercoaster of emotions, I am a nonjudgmental source of evidenced-based information and support.

Education

BA (1999)

Certification and training

Postpartum Doula Certification (2019)

Specialties
Breastfeeding Assistance and Support Healthy Eating Infant Care Latch Issues Life Transitions Low Milk Supply/Over Supply Newborn Care Nipple and Breast Pain Overnight Newborn Care Parenting Parenting Support Postpartum Care Postpartum Chef Postpartum Doula Care Postpartum Life
Languages

English

Service introduction

Providing postpartum support is my passion. Often new parents need information, a couple extra hands, more rest, nutritious food and some encouragement. When we have these, parents are more often able to heal, bond and connect in the postpartum rather than feel that we are just barely surviving. Reach out to explore how we can help create this for you!

Packages
3 packages availabe
Please see my website ~ wncdoula.com ~ for descriptions and details about packages which offer reduced rates from my regular hourly rate.
$30.00
USD Per hour
Frequently asked questions
Do you provide overnight support?
Have you had the Covid vaccination?
What precautions do you take to keep my family safe?
How do you support breast/chest feeding?
How can we eat well when the meal train is done?