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Hi! I am mom to 10 children, birth activist, doula, and childbirth educator. I work hard to change the birth culture in Nashville by educating doulas, improving birth and baby loss care in the local hospitals, organizing Empower Your Birth conferences, donating peanut balls to 14 area hospitals, changing the TN newborn eye ointment law to be more favorable to parents, and fighting for parents/doulas rights during Covid. I have over 28 years of experience with pregnancy, birth, and breastfeeding. I run a Christian doula agency that strives to strengthen marriages/ families, educate to empower you, and nurture you to find joy in motherhood during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.
Spring Hill, Tennessee
Hi! I’m Morgan, a holistic doula based in Spring Hill, TN. With a passion for pregnancy, birth and postpartum support, I advocate for women to choose the path that resonates with them, blending traditional midwifery and free birth philosophies. Having personally experienced the enchantment of childbirth twice as a mother, I aspire to guide and empower other moms on their magical journey. At 25, a wife, and a mother of two boys (3 and 6 months), I bring a unique perspective to my practice. Balancing holistic approaches with an understanding of the essential role of western medical intervention, I ensure a supportive and diverse approach to each pregnancy. As a former hairstylist, I’ve transitioned my passion for nurturing to the realm of birth. Outside of doula work, you’ll find me indulging my Scorpio spirit, watercolor painting, enjoying music, and perhaps a bit too passionately savoring my coffee. Let’s embark on your birthing journey together, embracing the magic and empowerment it brings!
I am an experienced, trained, and certified birth doula and an advocate for changing the birth narrative in our world. Overcoming the heartbreaking loss of my mom through childbirth, I faced my own fears through my three births. During those experiences, I uncovered profound strength, resilience, and courage beyond my wildest imagination. Birth invites us on a journey of self-empowerment. It would be my honor to be your guide as you courageously step into your own birth story, the same way I did.
I am a Mom to my son and daughter, and a Nana to two Princesses. A bit on the crunchy side, I enjoy organic gardening, whole foods cooking, sewing, and continuing to learn. Serving families through pregnancy, birth, and the fourth trimester is an honor and a joy. And, I enjoy a little trip to unwind when not on-call.
Hello! I'm a Birth Doula, Childbirth Educator, Evidence Based Birth® Instructor, Spinning Babies® Certified Parent Educator, and Certified Body Ready Method® Pro who has been passionately supporting families during pregnancy and birth since 2001. My desire is for you to have a positive and peaceful birth, no matter how your labor unfolds. (Think of me as your local tour guide and translator on a visit to a foreign land!) I serve families in the Middle TN region with in-person support and provide virtual assistance nationwide. I'd love to connect with you to share how I can help you have a better birth.
Hello! I’m a mom of 2 kids, Mexican living in Tennessee and loving it. I’m a certified sleep coach and physiologist; I help parents to have a better understanding of their little one’s sleep to have better nights ♥️
Cathie Quillet is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Published Author, Public Speaker & barren Mom who specializes in infertility and pregnancy loss, along with the treatment of those in the seasons of pregnancy, postpartum and adoption. Cathie is a member of Resolve and is a trained member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine and is trained by Postpartum Support International. Additionally, Cathie is the Counseling Advisor for Waiting in Hope. Cathie is the author of the books Not Pregnant: A Companion for the Emotional Journey of Infertility, No Matter What Happens, Thrive Through Infertility and the Peace (In)Fertility Workbook. She is also the host of the Thrive (In)Fertility Podcast.
As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in reproductive mental health, I work with women and couples facing infertility, pregnancy loss, adoption, postpartum, and other struggles one encounters on the journey to grow their family. At Tennessee Reproductive Therapy, we support clients non judgmentally and offer comfort through what is often their most vulnerable season of life.
As a postpartum doula, I, Jana, am dedicated to helping new parents get much-needed restful nights while caring for their newborns. With genuine passion, I form meaningful connections and find joy in witnessing parents experience rejuvenating sleep, empowering them for the day ahead. My journey as a doula began after realizing my calling extended beyond the classroom, where I worked as an infant teacher for years. I provide emotional and physical support, tailoring my approach to each family. Operating in Franklin and nearby areas, my philosophy centers around nonjudgmental assistance, leaving families with a deep sense of worth and the belief that they can overcome challenges. By reducing stress, I enable mothers to prioritize self-care and bonding with their baby. Think of sleep as a valuable resource that needs to be replenished to help you function at your best. I am here to provide the assistance you need
My name is Becca Rae and I am a speech language pathologist and acting clinical director at SpeechPath Outpatient Clinic in Brentwood, TN.
Spring Hill, Tennessee
Jessica Abawag is a speech therapist for children who aren’t quite speaking as clearly as they should….and the frustration is starting to show. She founded and has been running Fluens Children’s Therapy since 2016 and, since starting her career as a speech-language pathologist in 2012, she has served hundreds of children and their families. Jessica also collaborates and mentors Speech-Language Pathology Assistants (SLPAs) and Clinical Fellows (CFs). Through her practical blog posts, free video tips, and online parent consults, she’s here to show you how you can help your child communicate better - while making it feel like you’re being wrapped up in a big bear hug. Her faithful clients have called her “very professional”, “interested in supporting families”, and someone who “cares about children, their likes and dislikes, and wants to hear what they have to say”.
I am a Master Newborn Care Specialist and Postpartum Doula. The happiness and well-being of children and families have always been an interest of mine. I have had several careers working with infants and families including being a professional nanny and owning a small swim school primarily for infants and toddlers with special needs. I have targeted training focusing on infant and toddler development, perinatal mental health, infant nutrition, lactation and a wide variety of parenting philosophies such as RIE and gentle parenting. My knowledge base and specialized experience working in the private home sector include: coordinating and collaborating with additional staff, traveling privately with clients, providing evidenced based care and parent education, maintaining multiple nurseries in different locations, navigating varying climates, and working with multiples. In addition to postpartum support, I am an American Red Cross Instructor who is active in my local community teaching new parents and caregivers CPR/First Aid. The services I offer reflect what I value most: providing parents with opportunities to obtain sweet sleep, serenity, and peace of mind; knowing that their children are in great hands. When I am not working, I enjoy traveling, skiing, swimming and spending time with family.
Hi, I am Coach Kela the CEO and program director of the Hormone Puzzle Society, a woman’s health hub for fertility, hormones, and pregnancy. Through this platform, I work with women who are struggling with infertility and hormone imbalance and teach them how to optimize their bodies and hormones to get pregnant, stay pregnant, have a healthy super baby, and easy postpartum as well as eliminate symptoms of hormone imbalance. I bring over 20 years of experience as a professional fitness trainer, wellness educator, and author. To date, I have published multiple books on fertility and hormones as well as five distinct online courses. As well as helped create over 3000 babys. I hold five different qualifications as a Board Certified Integrative Holistic Health & Wellness Coach as well as a functional nutritionist. I realized my dream of creating a virtual holistic health and wellness practice and I help women all over the world solve these issues. In 2021 I went back to school and is pursuing my dream of becoming a doctor of natural and holistic medicine. I will be Dr. Kela by the end of 2022. I am also a mentor to future fertility experts through my Fertility Coach Certification Course and I host of The Hormone P.U.Z.Z.L.E Podcast
Mary Anne Richardson, CPM-TN, EMT,RN (Licensed Midwife) Since August, 1994, Mary Anne Richardson as a Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) has been asissting couples with births in the Nashville Area. During that time she has trained and worked in hospital settings, and in the homes of clients. Her experience with birth includes management of: breech, twins, shoulder dystocias, VBACs, and hemorrhage. She has dealt with placenta previa, placenta abruption, retained placenta, cord wraps, and velamentous insertion of the cord. In 1997 she founded Tender Beginnings and was the sole midwife for much of that time. She is active in providing education to other midwives and students to improve midwifery care for mothers and babies across the country. In pursuit of her passion to improve the reputation of midwives Mary Anne has served two terms as the President of the TMA (Tennessee Midwives Association) as well as other positions on the TMA board and still serves the TMA as a legislative liaison. As a legislative liaison she worked tirelessly, along with other midwives, to legalize CPM/Home birth midwifery in the state of Tennessee by successfully lobbing for three different bills through the state Legislature. She has served two terms on the Council of Certified Professional Midwives a division of the Department of Health state of Tennessee as Vice-Chairperson and the Chairperson. Currently she serves as the consultant to the Council of Certified Professional Midwives reviewing complaints to the Council. Mary Anne currently sets on the board of NARM (North America Registry of Midwives) and is the Director of Accountability for this organization. While caring for families as a midwife and monitrice, she maintains three TN State licenses and she is currently active in providing education to other midwives and students to improve midwifery care for mothers and babies across the country. She has presented courses to students in local universities and colleges about midwifery. She was honored to serve as the Keynote presenter at a “Empower Your Birth Conference”. She has developed and presented courses for midwifery students and midwives, some of which have been accredited by MEAC (Midwifery Education and Accreditation Council) and a presentation at MANA (Midwives Alliance of North America) a international midwifery conference. Mary Anne has also been an Instructor at the College of Traditional Midwifery. Her most current MEAC accredited class is “Stick ’em up IV Therapy”
Hello, I'm Julie Schutt, devoted wife and mother, a real-life Middle Tennessee native, unapologetic dog lover, and a certified doula specializing in postpartum and infant care. As a postpartum doula, it is my honor to provide the practical skills, physical assistance, and non-judgmental emotional support parents and families require to confidently address their unique situations. And as a mother, I understand your needs and the potential concerns you may be facing as a parent. Nashville-area parents from all walks of life have entrusted me to help ease their worries and offer them peace of mind. Each day, I lovingly support parents just like you, empowering them to succeed, to thrive, and to advocate for themselves and their children through in-home care, guidance, and the evidence-based resources needed to begin their family’s life-long journey on the best path possible.
Hi there! I’m Torey, I’m a Certified birth and postpartum Doula. I was a nanny for 6 years before stepping into this Doula roll & a sibling to 5 others ( a lot of babysitting happened there lol). I have always felt comfy and at home in the child care/ nurturing space, I love what I do. I completed my training through ProDoula & have real time experience. Let’s chat! :)
Redeemed by His mercy. Serving women to the Glory of God. Soli Deo Gloria!
Mount Pleasant, Tennessee
Hi, I'm a Holistic Doula and Herbalist. I am also a train Aromatherapist and Meditation Teacher. I use all of these skills and practices in my work as a supportive person during pregnancy, birth,and postpartum. I have many flexible package to choice from. I offer a free Herbal consultation with every client if they wish to use herbs, or teas. I do support wild pregnancy and unassisted birth/freebirth. I am also part of the LGBTQ+ community so I do feel great P.R.I.D.E when I have the honor to support queer families with fertility, birth, and during the postpartum period.
Daisy grew up in a small town in Alaska with her 6 siblings. She has always had a huge interest in pregnancy and birth, as she attended many of her aunts midwife prenatal visits and even one of her births at a young age. In January 2019, Daisy decided to move forward in pursuing a job in the birth worker world. She discovered what a birth doula was and soon found a certification program in Nashville TN that offered everything she was wanting. She was working in the Army as a military police at the same time as she was doing her certification, so the process took a little longer than expected but it allowed her to truly educate herself and work towards this new lifestyle for herself. When not doing birth work, Daisy enjoys spending time with her boyfriend and his three children. They do many outdoor activities to include; water parks, camping, fishing, and swimming. Daisy is certified as a labor and birth doula through Blissful Birthing TN, certified as a childbirth educator through Childbirth International, and certified as a placenta encapsulation specialist through Brilliant Birth Academy. She is also trained as a postpartum doula through Blissful Birthing TN.
I am a mom of three, a doula and we are a military family! I work with all kinds of family to support their needs and choices throughout pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum. I am also in-network provider for Tricare East
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