Momo Yamamoto
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Portland, Oregon
2 years of experience
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About me

I am a birth doula serving the Portland, OR metro area. My passion is making sure birthing people feel supported, respected, and informed so they can make whatever decisions are right for them. I approach birthwork through a non-judgmental, trauma-informed lens. Birth can be one of the most vulnerable times in a person's life, so building a trusting relationship with my clients and helping create a peaceful birth environment is essential to my work. In my free time, I enjoy hiking with my dog, baking legendary banana bread, writing, swimming in the ocean, and making art of all kinds. To read testimonials from past clients, please visit


Bachelor of Arts in Feminist Studies (2020)

Certification and training

DONA Birth Doula Training (2021)

Abortion Doula Care Adoption Advanced Maternal Age Anxiety and Depression Birth Doula Birth Support Birth Trauma Breastfeeding Support Cesarean, Episiotomy and Scar Pain Evidence-Based Care Grief and Loss Home Birth Hypnobirthing Method Infant Care Labor Doula LGBTQ+ Loss and Bereavement Doula Multiples Natural Birth Natural Childbirth Newborn Care Parenting Support Postpartum Care Postpartum Doula Care Pregnancy Loss Prenatal Care Support during Labor, Birth, and Postpartum Support in Pregnancy Loss Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC) Water birth

English, Spanish

Service introduction

I am available for unlimited text/email support (this could be questions, updates on how you’re doing, test results, etc) and 24/7 emergency phone support. We will meet twice before your birth to discuss coping techniques, your birth preferences, childbirth education, any past birth experience(s), and any other questions/topics that come up. Once you get to 38 weeks, I go on call. I stay on call until you go into active labor, at which point I will join you at your home, the hospital, or the birth center. I stay throughout your entire birth, providing emotional, physical, and informational support. After your baby is born, I will stay for 1-2 hours while everyone gets settled. We will have an in-home visit approximately one week after the birth of your baby. During this visit, I will check in about feeding and sleeping, help you process your birth if you are ready, answer any questions you have about postpartum life, help with light housekeeping/cooking, and refer you to local resources as needed. After our visit, I am available to answer questions via phone/text up until 6 weeks after you give birth.

Birth Doula Package
My initial consultations are always free. I am happy to discuss sliding scale options. Birth package includes: unlimited phone/text/email support, 2 prenatal visits, 24/7 on call starting at 38 weeks until you give birth, continuous labor support through 1-2 hours postpartum, 1 postpartum visit, and resource referrals as needed.
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