Kristi Field
Doula
Kelowna, British Columbia
1 years of experience
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About me

Providing exceptional care for birthers and their families as they journey from fertility, through pregnancy, birth, and into the 4th trimester. My goal is to return to the feeling of empowerment and mental wellness to the journey to expanding a family with mental health at the forefront of my work. I am a clinically trained counsellor by trade with several years working with mental health, addiction and trauma; I aim to bring this training and knowledge to support my clients in understanding their mental health and processing any birth trauma they may have endured.

Education

Bachelor of Social Work (2014)

Certification and training

Bebo Mia Maternal Support Practitioner (2021)

Memberships and affiliations

Kelowna Doula Association

Doulas for Aboriginal Families Grant Program

Specialties
Addictions Anxiety Anxiety and Depression Attachment problems Babywearing Birth Doula Birth Support Birth Trauma Breastfeeding Assistance and Support Breastfeeding Support Breech Birth Cesarean, Episiotomy and Scar Pain Dialectical Behavior Therapy Evidence-Based Care Grief and Loss Labor Doula LGBTQ+ Mental Health Mindfulness Newborn Care Parenting Parenting Support Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Perinatal Mood Disorders Postpartum Adjustment Postpartum Care Postpartum Depression Stress Management Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Trauma Recovery
Languages

English

Service introduction

Providing exceptional care for birthers and their families as they journey from fertility, through pregnancy, birth, and into the 4th trimester. My goal is to return to the feeling of empowerment and mental wellness to the journey to expanding a family with mental health at the forefront of my work. I am a clinically trained counsellor by trade with several years working with mental health, addiction and trauma; I aim to bring this training and knowledge to support my clients in understanding their mental health and processing any birth trauma they may have endured.