Krystal Reese
Doula
Jonesboro, Georgia
3 years of experience
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About me

Wild Birth Partum Care Center provides birthing individuals with support. We service all families including but not limited to BIPOC, LGBTQIA, and Families engaged in surrogacy or adoption. Our center is located in the heart of Jonesboro and we provide a number of services to the community. Our vision is that families receive impeccable care during and following their pregnancy. We believe every family deserves a birth experience to remember.

Education

Licensed Practical Nurse (2021)

Certification and training

Birth Doula, MamaGlow (2020)

Postpartum Doula,, MamaGlow (2021)

Fertility Doula, National Black Doula Assoc. (2020)

Credentials
CBD CBE CPD LPN
Specialties
Abortion Doula Care Adoption Belly Binding Birth Assistant Birth Doula Birth Support Birth Trauma Cesarean, Episiotomy and Scar Pain Childbirth Education Contraception and Family Planning Evidence-Based Care Grief and Loss Herbal Postpartum Care High-Risk Pregnancy Home Birth Infant Care Infertility Labor Doula Labor Monitrice Loss and Bereavement Doula Midwife Support Natural Birth Natural Childbirth Neonatal Resuscitation Program Newborn Care Perinatal and Infant Loss Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Placenta Encapsulation Postpartum Care Postpartum Depression Postpartum Doula Care Preconception Pregnancy Loss Safety Support during Labor, Birth, and Postpartum Support in Pregnancy Loss Teenagers Trauma Recovery Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC) Water birth
Languages

English

Service introduction

My name is Krystal Reese. I am a mother of 3 young ladies and the owner of Wild Birth Partum Care Center. I am a full-spectrum doula. I am also an LPN and Student Midwife and I attend the National College of Midwifery. In an effort to provide inclusive care, I have trained in PAIL advocacy (pregnancy and infant loss awareness advocate) as well as trauma-informed doula support. I have supported a number of families through all stages of pregnancy. I facilitate a mentorship program to guide new birth workers in holding space in this birth world. I chose birth work because I felt like everyone should have autonomous care and I want families to feel supported from conception to postpartum. I want to bridge the disparity gap for the BIPOC community. I also participate as a collaborative mentorship leader with LWK. If you are interested in mentorship.