Rachel Campbell
Charlotte, North Carolina
2 years of experience
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About me

My name is Rachel Campbell. I'm a 30-something wife and mama to two crazy kiddos and one dog. I have been immersed in the pregnancy, birth, and postpartum world since 2017 and had two amazing doula-attended births of my own. I decided to take the plunge into doula work in 2021. I completed my CAPPA training in November of 2021 and I'm working toward my official certification. I've seen firsthand what it's like to have long and difficult labors, challenging physical and/or emotional recoveries in the postpartum period, and just about every breastfeeding struggle in the book. It is my hope that the skills I've learned in finding good help and working to identify solutions that aid both Mama AND Baby in equal measure can help other families.


Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, Elon University (2013)

Certification and training

Labor Doula Training, CAPPA (2021)

Memberships and affiliations

Member, CAPPA

Birth Doula Labor Doula


Service introduction

As a doula, my role is to provide your family with physical, emotional, and informational support on your journey through pregnancy and especially in labor and delivery and to empower YOU to make the decisions YOU think are best for your body and your baby. My job is not to perform clinical procedures, make decisions for you, speak on your behalf, or force my own perspectives on you.

Option A
Option A includes: -A free consultation for us to meet, get to know one another, and make sure we're a good fit for your birth -Two prenatal visits where we'll review your birth knowledge, birth preferences, familiarity with birth, and practice various comfort measures and techniques that we can use when it's go time! -Access to research and resources compiled by me about pregnancy, birth, feeding, postpartum, etc. -Regular support through calls, texts, and emails from the time of hiring through 37 weeks -24/7 support through calls, texts, and emails and "on call" status from 38 weeks until you give birth -A back-up doula who is also "on call" from 38 weeks until you give birth in the event I am not able to be there -Continual in-person support* from when you decide you need me in labor until an hour or so after the baby is born, everyone is settled, Baby has nursed (if that's your plan), and you feel comfortable with me leaving -A postpartum visit approximately two weeks after Baby is born to check in on you and debrief the birth
USD Flat rate
Option B
Option B includes everything from Option A plus: -Your own copy of "The Birth Partner" by Penny Simkin (one of my favorite resources!) -A "labor at home" kit including a birth ball, back massage tool, reusable hot/cold pack, and "project" for distraction -An additional postpartum visit one to two days after the birth or after arriving home
USD Flat rate
Option C
Option C includes everything Options A and B plus: -An additional prenatal appointment where we'll review the logistics of your home to help prepare for adding a baby, participating in labor at home, and recovery, focusing on what may make your lives easier (and safer) once you have delivered and returned home -A postpartum basket with my favorite supplies for recovery -Homemade meals and snacks included at both postpartum visits
USD Flat rate
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