Rachel Sultzer
Birth & Postpartum Doula
Jacksonville, Florida
6 years of experience
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About me

Hello there! My name is Rachel Sultzer and I am a Certified Lactation Counselor, Certified Breastfeeding Educator and Postpartum Doula located in Jacksonville, Florida. My passion for child and family care stems from my start as a childcare provider over twenty (20) years ago. Most recently my role as full time nanny quickly reaffirmed my strength in not only caring for infants and small children, but providing comprehensive family support - especially to new and nursing mothers. After serving as a volunteer “Infant Cuddler” for at-risk infants at the UF Shands neonatal intensive care unit, my dedication to helping children was deepened even more. After watching one of my mamas struggle with breastfeeding and experience first hand the the lack of support and education from the community of people surrounding her, I knew I wanted to do more to help; I had to do more. In July 2017 I received my Lactation Counselor Certification from Healthy Children Project Inc., Center for Breastfeeding. Under the guidance and mentor-ship of Kelly Googe, with Womb to World Doula Services, I have been able to work with lots of mamas in the Jacksonville area. As a Certified Lactation Counselor and Certified Breastfeeding Educator my mission is to educate the public on the importance of breastfeeding; to encourage and empower women to make decisions that work for them and to provide guidance and support during a such a delicate but amazing time in a mama’s life. My motto will always be a happy and healthy mama will always equal a happy and healthy family! As a caregiver I have seen so many families struggle during the fourth (4th) trimester, defined as the first twelve (12) weeks after birth, and even beyond. As a Postpartum Doula and a Certified Lactation Counselor I strive to enable your family to find confidence by providing everyone with non-judgmental unwavering support, evidence based education and most importantly listening ears. My goal is to validate concerns, provide solutions, and offer guidance based on your family’s needs. I want all of my families to feel supported during the fourth (4th) trimester and beyond. Adding a new little one to the mix can be as equally rewarding and challenging. Let me be there to guide and support you through your new normal! My role is not limited to just mamas and their babies; I am also there to aid the entire family with this new and exciting transition.


BS, Temple University (2008)

Certification and training

Certified Lactation Counselor (2017)

Postpartum Doula Training with DONA (2020)

Certified Breastfeeding Educator (2021)

Memberships and affiliations



United States Lactation Consultant Association

Institute for Breastfeeding and Lactation Education

Adolescent Care Breastfeeding Assistance and Support Breastfeeding Consultation Breastfeeding Support Evidence-Based Care Exclusive Pumping/Bottle Feeding Infant Care Lactation Consultation Latch Issues Low Milk Supply/Over Supply Newborn Care Nipple and Breast Pain Overnight Newborn Care Parenting Support Postpartum Care Postpartum Doula Care Returning to work (pumping, breastmilk storage, etc) Sibling Preparation


Service introduction

I am happy to provide you with day, evening and overnight postpartum care to include, but is not limited to, the following: Help with emotional and physical recovery after birth; Breast/chest feeding support or bottle-feeding support; Light housekeeping; Light meal preparation; Evidence based hands-on newborn education; Running errands; Referrals to local resources as requested or needed I am happy to provide general newborn baby care to include, but is not limited to, the following: Diapering, Bathing, Cord Care, Circumcision Care, Holding and soothing, Feeding, Establishing healthy sleep habits. I am happy to provide partner and sibling support as everyone will be transitioning with a new family member in the home. I will provide light housekeeping to include the following: Kitchen cleanup (load and unload dishwasher), Laundry (washing and/or folding baby, family clothes, sheets and towels), Nursery organization, Creation and organization of baby feeding and baby diapering stations throughout the house

Postpartum Doula Care
Day, evening or overnight care.
USD Per hour
Lactation Counseling
Breastfeeding support
USD Flat rate