Sophia Berman
Offers virtual services
Postpartum Doula
High Wycombe, England
4 years of experience
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About me

Becoming a parent can be incredibly overwhelming and overwhelmingly incredible all at the same time! As your postnatal doula, it would give me great joy to make those early weeks the best they can be for you, your baby and your household. What does that look like? Anything from preparing yummy snacks or meals for you or helping fold laundry, to being someone to lean on when you’re lacking in confidence or need to off-load, to looking after your baby or older sibling while you have some time to rest. I am also a qualified breastfeeding counsellor and holistic sleep coach, skills which enhance my postnatal work greatly. I also speak fluent Spanish and have a high level of French and German. When I’m not working, I relish being with my husband and two children, indoors and out, exploring and discovering new places, camping, youth hostelling and having a merry time.

Certification and training

Initial Doula Preparation Course, Younique Postnatal (2019)

Breastfeeding Counsellor, registered charity (2020)

Holistic Sleep Coach Training Program, Babyem/Lyndsey Hookway (2021)

Baby and Toddler Sleep Coach Breastfeeding Assistance and Support Breastfeeding Consultation Infant Care Latch Issues Low Milk Supply/Over Supply Newborn Care Nipple and Breast Pain Postpartum Doula Care

English, French, German, Spanish

Service introduction

– Infant feeding support, whether it is breast, chest or bottle. – Companionship and a listening ear to explore without judgment any worries or challenges you may be facing as a new parent – Preparing nourishing and healthy veggie/vegan snacks, smoothies or light meals – Undertaking light household tasks like clearing and tidying surfaces, sorting and folding laundry or running quick errands locally - Family-centred sleep support – Accompanying you to appointments if desired – Looking after/wearing your baby while you nap/eat/spend time with another sibling/have some time just for you – Supporting your partner or other members of your support circle – Caring for older siblings – Researching and signposting to the relevant experts as and when needed