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Found 15 Pregnancy & Postpartum Providers in New Orleans, LA
New Orleans, Louisiana
Hi My name is Chanel Moore I have been a doula for over a year now. I have 4 births currently under my belt (2 hospitals & 2 home births). I am 29 years young lives in outside of Chicago land/ Indiana border. I also do travel from state to state. ℹ honestly prefer home births but i can advocate with you at a hospital 🏥
New Orleans, Louisiana
Peace to all my birthing people. My name is Angelica Rideaux and I'm a Full Spectrum Doula currently servicing Louisiana. Birth work is my passion, which stems from my experiences. What sets me apart from my colleagues is simply my approach. Each client's care is tailored to their individual needs. This is because each individual's birth experience is different. Your birthing experience with one pregnancy may not be the same as your experience with your next pregnancy. I provide an array of services from prenatal support, birthing support, post-partum support, as well as lactation support.
New Orleans, Louisiana
Hi Everyone, my name is Amara Ali and I am a Full Spectrum Birth Keeper located in New Orleans. I am an avid reader and GirlMom to the most amazingly adorable toddler. As an African-centered full spectrum birth keeper, my journey into birth work began in 2019, with a Black Owned doula training before the pandemic changed the landscape of birthing experiences. I quickly became a passionate birth nerd who is all about birth autonomy, birth justice and advocacy! More recently in 2022 I attended a DONA Certified Workshop, where I re-honed my skills and gained valuable knowledge about supporting women and families throughout the childbirth continuum. I will continue to re-certify every few years to stay updated on the latest research, techniques, and best practices in the field of birth support. I have had the privilege of attending births in various settings, including homes, hospitals, and even virtually, adapting to the changing needs and circumstances of my clients. In addition to supporting women during labor and delivery, I have also worked with families facing fertility challenges, offering compassionate guidance, emotional support, and holistic care throughout their journey to parenthood. During the postpartum period, I provide nurturing support to women and their families as they navigate the joys and challenges of early parenthood. Whether it's assisting with breastfeeding, offering practical assistance with household tasks, or simply providing a listening ear, I am dedicated to helping families thrive during this transformative time. My approach to birth work is rooted in African traditions and cultural practices, honoring the wisdom of our ancestors and embracing the holistic nature of birth and motherhood. By offering personalized, culturally sensitive support, I strive to empower women and families to have positive, empowering birth experiences and transitions into parenthood.
Bridge City, Louisiana
My name is Zana Washington and I'm the owner of Zion Doula Services LLC, I've been a birthwork for 18 years. I just recently became a Healthy Birth Ambassador of Louisiana, Certified Breastfeeding Specialist, Childbirth Educator and a Placenta Encapsulation Specialist. My goal as a birthworker is to Empower the Powerful.
Hello all! My name is Brianna Betton and I'm a birth doula located in Kenner, LA. My favorite things about being a doula are being able to serve others and capturing pictures during labor. Coming from a public health background, I believe that there are so many things that impact a person's pregnancy and labor experience. I am passionate about finding resources for my clients in their community. I want every client that I serve to feel informed and empowered in the birth room to make the best decision for themselves and their baby. In my free time, I am very involved in my local church and incorporate my Christian belief into my doula practice at the client's request.
La Place, Louisiana
Hi My name is Akeisha Cherry, wife and mother of five and owner of The Doula Sistah LLC. I have 13 years of birth works experience but have been professionally offering doula services for a year. I love anything art and love fun learning and teaching. I love traveling for the things and people I love.
I strongly feel a positive birth experience and breastfeeding journey can empower women and their families. I believe that most women can have the birth they desire with preparation and support. I have 33 years experience in the maternal child field. My background includes Nursery RN (1988-1995), lactation consultant (IBCLC) (1995- present), childbirth educator (1988- present), birth doula (DONA)(2001- present) and I have captured numerous birth stories through photography. It is always an honor to support new families as they begin their journey into parenthood.
New Orleans, Louisiana
I am Godis EyeAm a Birth Sister based in Louisiana - As your companion through this transformative journey together we'll activate the Mind. Body. Spirit. Alignment allowing for your most authentic birthing experience. I am your advocate for your sovereign right and capabilities to birthing your way. My belief and mission is Healed Birth! Cultivating in a Healed Earth. When we heal birth, we heal families; Healing Families, Heals Communities. With each and every birth I attend it is my goal to create a safe and sacred birthing environment. Prior to receiving my Doula training with Sista Midwife Productions under the tutelage of the beautiful Sista Nicole Deggins, I have served my community as a birth sister for 10+ years.
New Orleans, Louisiana
Kindred Healing offers holistic doula services for those looking to conceive, experiencing a loss, or just welcomed a new edition. We are here to provide the education and assistance that meets your needs.
Hi my name is Dr. Lacy and I am a pelvic floor physical therapist. I have a huge passion for raising the bar for womens health. I want women to know there are options out there that can help avoid questionable medications or scary surgeries to get relief from vulnerable symptoms. I am here to listen, educate, and ultimately love on my community.
Hi! I am a labor and postpartum doula serving St. Tammany, and surrounding areas. I have a daughter myself, and have worked with children in some way for years. I studied Early childhood education(birth to 5 years) in college, and love helping families have and care for their new little ones. I support assisted home, birth center, and hospital births.
Pearl River, Louisiana
I am Angela Tucker, owner of Serenity & Sage Doula Services, serving the Northshore and Southeast Louisiana. I am trained and certified as a labor doula, and I have a passion for birth work and supporting families during one of the most exciting times in their lives. I recently have added photography to my list of services. I would love to connect and help support you in bringing your baby into the world.
Current statistics show that breastfeeding in lousina is the 2nd to lowest in the country and black women are have the lowest success rates. Subsequent to breastfeeding disparities are the lack of resources of breastfeeding support and education. Diversity in education and cultural sensitivities play a huge role in the success of breastfeeding. To be transparent there’s a need for more women of color within the network of breastfeeding support, this will have a positive impact and break a lot of the barriers that exist in the trust and care amongst black women. In a recent study data showed that along with a desire for support and education on breastfeeding African American women also wanted to see and felt that they’d benefit from having a woman of color as a breastfeeding specialist. As a African American Women myself I want to bridge the gap in care to the community and increase breastfeeding rates and education. As an African American mother of 4 that has had my own breastfeeding journey riddled with its own difficulties and lack of professional support, I set out to not only become educated in lactation specialist but to be the support to the community that so deeply is in need. I’m the 1st and ONLY Black IBCLC In my area , after doing very intense research into Diversity within Lactation Education and Support ; I am working closely with non black providers to help break the barriers that exist. It’s an honor to serve , and share my expertise. I will use my Masters of Arts in Health and Wellness with a focus in Human Lactation to continue to change the biases and lactation social injustices that impair so many Black families. I work with all families and specialize in the Black Family Barriers.
I am a labor and postpartum doula serving the Northshore, new orleans, tangipahoa, and Baton rouge. I am a mom to a 2 yr old girl and work part time at a Montessori preschool. I've been a doula for 2.5 years and taken doula trainings and studied birth to 5 years in college.
I’m a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Lactation Counselor, and mama.
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