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Everything is the Best
She's Not a Regular Doula, She's a Cool Doula - Birth, Postpartum, Gentle Parenting with Brandi Jordan

Everything is the Best

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 71:16 Very Popular


Brandi is great. For over two decades, she's been helping new families through pregnancy, birth, postpartum and just the overall adjustment to new life. She's a Board Certified Lactation Consultant, Pediatric Sleep Specialist, Newborn Care Specialist and has a Master of Social Work from USC. In 2009, she opened The Cradle Company as a resource center for pregnancy and postpartum. She also founded the National Association of Birth Workers of Color. In this episode we discuss how she balances international travel and relocation with her husband and three children, how she had her six week old sleeping through the night, tips for advocating for yourself in the hospital, breastfeeding and what gentle parenting is. Brandi has the coolest energy, the energy you want during this process. She is absolutely who I will be working with for my next pregnancy and postpartum journey because she just gets it - her power is just so soothing. Enjoy!     Go to www.athelticgreens.com/best4 for a free 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs!   Go to www.betterhelp.com/pia for 10% off your first month   Go to www.chime.com/best to sign up for a Chime Checking Account it only takes two minutes and doesn't effect your credit score.   Go to www.sackville.co and use code PIA25 for 25% off your first purchase   Go to www.dagnedover.com and use code BEST for 10% for first time customers. Tear round, Dagne offers their 20% off Heroes discount to teachers, troops, vets, and healthcare workers   Produced by Dear Media 

Yes, a Stripper Podcast
The Dancing Doula

Yes, a Stripper Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 63:05


Jeanelle is a reproductive activist, birth worker, sex-work-adjacent, and host of the Dancing Doula Podcast. She's this week's guest for a couple reasons. Obviously she is lending her expertise to weigh in on the recent Roe v. Wade decision. What you may not know is that Onyx recently experienced a pregnancy and miscarriage and Jeanelle is someone who has helped Onyx get through that. This episode is emotional and powerful and truly educational.

Vicious Cycle
105 - Everyone Deserves an Abortion Doula with Cera Merrick

Vicious Cycle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 82:48


This week we are so lucky to have Cera Merrick on the pod to tell us about being an abortion doula — including what kind of support someone can expect when they work with a doula and why that kind of support is so important for someone getting an abortion (no matter their circumstances). Cera also tells us how they ended up in this line of work, and (of course) answers our three crazy questions. Set up your stock-pile of abortion pills like a cute little armchair, settle in and press play! Learn more about Cera here!: ceramerrick.com

Babes and Babies
EP 229: Breastfeeding, Bed-sharing and Instinctual Mothering with Andrea Haskins

Babes and Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 60:49


Andrea Haskins is a lactation counselor with Childbirth International and a La Leche League leader who focuses on fostering parent confidence and restoring mamas relying on their instincts to parent. Some of the topics we cover this episode are breastfeeding, bed-sharing, weaning and combo feeding. Andrea shares research, statistics but most importantly talks about following your instincts in mothering.  Connect with Andrea: https://www.instagram.com/instinctualmothering/?hl=en SIDS Enzyme Link https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352396422002225#! Safe sleep seven https://www.llli.org/the-safe-sleep-seven/ Paced Bottle Feeding https://www.mamanatural.com/paced-bottle-feeding/ Weaning info https://www.instagram.com/sebtheseries/?hl=en Connect with Elizabeth: https://www.miraculousmamas.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/miraculousmamas/ Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play!

The Business of Being Well | A Hands-On Practitioner's source to grow a profitable business without working your life away

IN THIS EPISODE WE COVER:  The hiring race Money talk with job candidates Hiring again when you've been burned before Leading after hiring and firing mistakes The bad hire recovery process

Sophia Speaks
My Doula Episode

Sophia Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 26:44


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The Postpartum Circle
Pregnancy Depression with Angela Mancini

The Postpartum Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 20:23


The first signs of postpartum depression can often be traced back to pregnancy, and we do NOT talk about it enough.Pregnancy is joyful, scary, beautiful, and hard work. As is postpartum. As is motherhood.Whenever hormonal imbalances and a lack of support are present, depression and anxiety will be the natural result.In today's episode, we're talking to Angela Mancini, a Doula, Licensed Therapist, and Perinatal Mood Disorder Specialist.As a professional who experienced dark days of depression herself, she is here to speak on the stigma as well as the path forward.Go to https://postpartumu.com/postpartum-university-podcast-ep72/ for more!Where to find Angela Mancini:La Luna CounselingInstagramIn this episode, we are sharing:The dark days of postpartum depression and how it can develop in pregnancyAngela's journey as a licensed therapist who experienced postpartum mood disorders, as well as the stigma for professionals in this fieldRoots of postpartum depression can often be traced back to pregnancyWhat are the first symptoms to look forHow to find emotional support before birth and postpartumWhen birth is connected to traumaRewriting the storyWhere to find me: postpartumu.comFacebookInstagramPinterest

MommyTrack Daddy Whispers
S03 | EP11 - All about Breastfeeding Support with Certified Lactation Counselor, Sharadha Raman

MommyTrack Daddy Whispers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 48:13


This World Breastfeeding Awareness Week, Two Lactation Counselors, Sharadha Raman from Coimbatore and myself sit down to discuss the common breastfeeding problems mother's face and what is the ultimate solution.Sharadha is a visiting counselor with two hospitals in Coimbatore and runs her own service by the name of 'Mom's Space' , a safe forum for the mothers and pregnant women to share and learn about the ways to embrace the challenges during their pregnancy and post delivery. She frequently conducts prenatal breastfeeding workshops through the forum. She is a mother of two lovely kids and focuses mainly towards educating and counseling mothers and mothers-to-be on lactation and infant massage through one-to-one sessions and workshops. In this episode you would hear1) Stories! Stories of real people with real breastfeeding issues and how they solved them.2) Where does your preparation journey start?3) How should you approach your individualised parenting and breastfeeding journey?After all, a happy mother enables a happy baby.Reach out to Sharadha on insta - @sharadharamI am hosting various Breastfeeding preparation, new born care, New mother Care sessions for Pregnant and new Parents.To sign up visit here:  Link for Sign up If you like what you hear, leave us a rating on Spotify appa review on apple podcasts. Like this episode on other platforms.Next up on Season 3 is Part II of this conversation where we hear from Doula how to involve families in birth and much more.Pregnancy Series: The next episode here on ' The role of Family and Partner in the early postpartum phase'Share a note with us ,  find us here. Instagram: @divyakapoorvoxFacebook: MommytrackdaddywhispersPodcastWebsite: https:divyakapoor.comMail: Mommytrackdaddywhispers@gmail.com*******Postpartum meaning : Period after the delivery of the baby.

Birthing Outside the Box
69. Welcome Back, Chelsea!

Birthing Outside the Box

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 39:22


In this episode we welcome back, Chelsea, from episode 9. She shares the similarities between her two home births and what she learned from the first that she took into the second. Make sure you go back and listen to episode 9 incase you haven't yet! 

Birth Matters
89: Loving Laboring at Home Too Much

Birth Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 71:10


Mara & Dylan did lots of great prep for birth in pregnancy – acupuncture, massage, birth class, hiring a doula, yoga, and more. Having heard her stepmom share how beautiful her own home birth was, this planted a seed of trust in the birthing process. When the time comes for her own baby's birth, she feels most in her element laboring at home, using the shower for hydrotherapy almost nonstop. In fact, she was so in her element that she labored at home almost too long, and their doula diverts them to a different hospital when Mara starts getting the urge to push in the car. Listen to today's story to hear how things play out from there. This story carries some striking similarities to a story shared earlier this season in Episode 83 by Nadia. So while we have two last-minute detours in this season, please don't get it into your head that this is common because it's not common at all – it's quite an uncommon coincidence. She also shares a bit about some initial challenges she had with breastfeeding.Show notes (links to resources, transcript, photos, etc.): birthmattersshow.com

Doulas of the Roundtable
Episode 89: Partner Support Postpartum

Doulas of the Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 48:38


Partner support during the postpartum period is one topic we don't see discussed often. Yet, for the partner, having a baby and learning to parent is an equally transformative experience. Partners experience the birth in a different way than the birthing person. They can experience worry, feelings of helplessness, and even experience vicarious trauma. Partners will typically self-sacrifice to support the birthing person. This is often where the need for more focused support can begin. Sacrificing their own needs to support the birthing person. Setting their need for rest and nourishment aside. As postpartum doulas coming into this dynamic requires assessment skills. What does this partner need most at this point? Where are they struggling? Where are they excelling, and how can we validate and encourage them? Come join us as we discuss the many considerations in how to support partners during the postpartum period.

Done with Dieting with Elizabeth Sherman
Women's Reproductive Health with Amanda Kingsley

Done with Dieting with Elizabeth Sherman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 45:39


Healing After Abortion Ever since the leaked Supreme Court Ruling overturning the 50 year right for women in the US to have access to safe abortion services, women's health and women's rights have been the topic of conversation. One side claiming to be the voice of the fetus, and the other side speaking out for themselves - the women who are then forced to carry an unwanted pregnancy to term. In this powerful episode, Amanda Kingsley joins me for a complex and highly nuanced discussion about women's rights, empowerment, and what this ruling means for women in how we identify ourselves, and what it means for us to have authority over our life and agency over our bodies. About Amanda Kingsley: Amanda Kingsley is a Certified Feminist Life Coach and Doula. She is the host of the Speaking Light Into Abortion podcast. And the Author of ‘What I Wish: 100 love notes to help you survive, come alive, and thrive after abortion.' After her own unanticipated abortion as a mother of three, she recognized the need for a wider conversation around the complex emotional landscape of life after abortion. She reminds her audience that it's okay to feel all the feelings after abortion, and that we can honor our decisions by living the life we made our choice for. You can learn more and connect with her at www.amandastarkingsley.com.

The VBAC Homebirth Stories Podcast
EP61 | Planning your positive homebirth space

The VBAC Homebirth Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 70:22


In this episode, I have a chat with my dear friend Janet Purcell from Birthplace. Janet is a mother of two, Doula, RN and self-confessed birth nerd (she loooveees all things birth). And let me mention this powerhouse woman birthed an almost 5-kilo baby out of her vagina without any assistance!! (go mama). We talk about birth comforts in this episode and how you can make your homebirth space more comfortable (including pain management which we reframe into a more positive view). Here are some of the comfort measures we talk about in more detail: Acupuncture Acupressure Aromatherapy Tens machine Exercise ball Movement Rebozo Water emersion/ shower Heat pack Food + drink Reassurance Affirmations/ music Distraction Birth comb You can find Janet on Instagram here - And check out the many goodies talked about in this episode and more in this blog here - Did you enjoy this episode? Leave me a rating. Have a topic you want me to cover? Email me and let me know!! Enjoy this episode! Ashley x More from Ashley: Get access to this free Homebirth Workshop here! Find out more on how I can support you + you can have me as your guide + biggest supporter - Click here! Insta: @ashleylwinning Email: hello@themotherhoodcircle.com.au Ashley x

The Doula Road Trip Podcast
93 Three Steps To Rediscovering You Feat Dasia x Jarriel

The Doula Road Trip Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 26:33


Heyyy Doulas! We have noticed during our coaching sessions that a lot of Doulas are divorcing themselves from their past and that can be confusing when they try to move forward. Let's get into exactly what we mean and how to bring your whole self to your Doula practice! Hit us up and tell us what you like about the podcast, your favorite episode, any lessons you have applied, and what you'd like to see in future episodes! Email: Hello@doulanightschool.com IG: @doularoadtrip FB: @doularoadtrip YT: Jarriel Campbell

Birth Story Podcast
147 Doula Diaries: Unmedicated no intervention birth at a hospital and how you can have one too

Birth Story Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 23:14


This week Heidi shares a story of one of her doula clients who had an unmedicated, homebirth like story, birth at a hospital. Heidi outlines how you can have a story like this too (if that is something you want!). Listen this week to hear about having the right midwifery team, being educated, having an involved partner, the right doulas, and flipping an OP baby to the perfect OA position.  Jump in to Birth Story Academy today for all of your childbirth education needs for birthing in a hospital! XOXO-Heidi Use code BIRTHSTORYFRIEND for $20 OFF at BirthStory.com

Become An Unstoppable Woman™
WHY ABORTIONS MATTER w/ Amanda Kingsley, Certified Feminine Life Coach & Doula

Become An Unstoppable Woman™

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 37:57


No matter what position you take on the issue, abortions matter. In today's controversial episode, my guest and I are sharing why we chose abortion and how it's shaped us. The post WHY ABORTIONS MATTER w/ Amanda Kingsley, Certified Feminine Life Coach & Doula appeared first on Lindsay E. Preston Life & Leadership Coaching.

The Business of Being Well | A Hands-On Practitioner's source to grow a profitable business without working your life away
Designing a Practice That Fits Your Personality, Lifestyle, and Financial Goals with Dr. Alex Pankoke Ep226

The Business of Being Well | A Hands-On Practitioner's source to grow a profitable business without working your life away

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 59:10


IN THIS EPISODE WE COVER:  Knowing the value of your work Clients are willing to pay Providing care to underserved populations Paying for care even when all your friends are chiropractors Failing fast to be successful Continuing education as a business investment

Brilla en tu Embarazo
Especial 2º aniversario

Brilla en tu Embarazo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 27:22


En este episodio viajamos juntas en nuestra Estrella del Método Estrella para celebrar nuestro 2º aniversario de vida con el Podcast. En nuestra web www.brillaentuembarazo.com puedes consultar todos los episodios anteriores y también realizar de forma gratuita el test de seguridad en el embarazo, con el que recibirás un vídeo personalizado para ayudarte a elevar tu nivel de seguridad en este momento. Si deseas material de apoyo entra en www.laestrellaerestu.com y consulta el Manual del Método Estrella en formato ebook o papel, que te ayudará con los ejercicios del podcast y que podrás utilizar también en todas las áreas de tu vida.

Consider This from NPR
Being An Abortion Doula In A Post-Roe World

Consider This from NPR

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 15:15 Very Popular


You may have never heard the phrase abortion doula, but for years they have been working to support people navigating the process and experience of ending a pregnancy. With Roe overturned, depending on where you live, figuring out how to obtain an abortion has gotten much harder. This could make the role of abortion doulas more critical than ever --- and more risky.NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Vicki Bloom. She refers to herself as a full service doula and provides a range of reproductive health support services, from helping clients create a birth plan, to being present at abortions, to providing information and emotional support. We discuss what a abortion doula does and how that role might change in a post-Roe world.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

K3 – podcast o dobrym życiu
#115 – Sztuka obecności (rozmowa z doulą Marianną Szymarek)

K3 – podcast o dobrym życiu

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 52:02


Doula (starogreckie: "Służąca") zajmuje się niemedycznym wsparciem kobiet w ciąży, w trakcie porodu i w połogu. Ale rozmawiamy nie tylko o tym zajęciu i zawodzie. Rozmawiamy o tym, co z doświadczeń doulowania może wynikać: To - najkrócej - sztuka obecności oparta na szacunku, empatii i uszanowaniu czyichś wartości i wyborów, akceptacji, że ktoś inny jest kimś Innym. Rozmawiamy o mocy. Zapraszam Państwa najserdeczniej! Foto: Rafał Masłow

Bedside
Reproductive Justice and Unpacking Doula Work with Sabia Wade

Bedside

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 55:56


INTERVIEW: What's a doula? Do I need one? What are the things I should be advocating for around my pleasure? On the podcast today Sabia Wade is here to explain it all! From their experience as a birth worker to the taboos of pregnancy Sabia joins Bedside in conversation around how we can better empower ourselves and our community around reproductive justice.On this episode we cover:Systems Doulaship Westernized birthing experiences How to find the right doula Accessibility to doulas Racism and discrimination in healthcare How to actually be any allySustainable allyship Advocating for your pleasure + rest Human design Mentioned Resources:The Nap Ministry Why Hormones + Holistic Wellness F*cking Matter (episode with my OBGYN)Connect with Bedside:@thebedsidewww.thebedside.coConnect with Sabia Wade:sabiawade.com@sabiawadeBe sure to rate, review, and share this episode with a friend!

MommyTrack Daddy Whispers
S03 | EP09 - Doula Stories- Part I - Birth and Inner healing with Doula Keesha

MommyTrack Daddy Whispers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 22:55


I would not be surprised when those who had immesely transformative births say that birth needs a lot of inner work, causes emotional stir and heals you in different ways.Consequently, Birth work also brings changes for the people involved in those birth stories like Keesha says as a doula the inner work has translated into various aspects and relationships of her life. Dive into the conversation to learn- 1) What does a Doula Do?2) How does birth look like with guidence under a Doula?3) Emotional Work that Birth is for everyone involved4) Spiritual connection that it brings.Find Keesha on Instagram: @doulakeesha I am hosting various Breastfeeding preparation, new born care, New mother Care sessions for Pregnant and new Parents. To sign up visit here:  Link for Sign up If you like what you hear, leave us a rating on Spotify appa review on apple podcasts. Like this episode on other platforms.Next up on Season 3 is Part II of this conversation where we hear from Doula how to involve families in birth and much more.Pregnancy Series: The next episode here on ' The role of Family and Partner in the early postpartum phase'Share a note with us ,  find us here. Instagram: @divyakapoorvoxFacebook: MommytrackdaddywhispersPodcastWebsite: https:divyakapoor.comMail: Mommytrackdaddywhispers@gmail.com*******Postpartum meaning : Period after the delivery of the baby.

The Menstruality Podcast
The Healing Connection Between the Womb and the Voice (Shakirah Sabira)

The Menstruality Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 59:27


Across the ages women and birthing people have been invited by midwives and doulas to relax their jaw and throat to support the opening of the cervix in labour. In today's conversation we explore why this is so important, we explore the connection between our throats, our voices, and the emotional and physical health of our wombs. I'm talking with Shakirah Sabira who is a doula, African womb healing practitioner, and the founder of Barakha's Doula. Shakirah began her career as a doula serving women in the Middle East and West Africa, including seven months working in a rural clinic supporting the local midwife in the Mauritanian desert, a trip which profoundly changed her life, and guided her to her calling.Through Shakirah's story, and the experiences with her teachers and clients, as well as Sophie's own womb healing experience, we look at what it means to give your womb a voice, how release stagnant energy, express yourself and find a profound source of healing within us. We explore:How Shakirah sang her period back, after her menstrual cycle stopped following a traumatic relationship breakup and divorce.The connection between trauma, the womb and the voice, and how speaking truth, singing and freeing up the throat can facilitate deep healing. Why women and people with periods need to share our stories, to release our shame, and support each other to heal, simply by no longer feeling alone.Registration will open soon for our 2023 Menstruality Leadership Programme. You can register your interest here: https://www.menstrualityleadership.com---The Menstruality Podcast is hosted by Red School. We love hearing from you. To contact us, email info@redschool.net---Social media:Red School: @red.school https://www.instagram.com/red.schoolShakirah Sabira: @shakirahsabira https://www.instagram.com/shakirahsabiraBarakah's Doula: @barakahsdoula https://www.instagram.com/barakahsdoula

Happy Hour with Bundle Birth Nurses
Epidural Shortage: Episode 4

Happy Hour with Bundle Birth Nurses

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 22:41


If you have heard or experienced the epidural catheter shortage on your unit, you are not alone! This can feel very overwhelming as a birth worker/labor nurse, especially when we have patients that see an epidural as an expectation. In this episode, Sarah and Justine go over BIPTAME, a Bundle Birth acronym that guides us in helping our patients cope. They will explore creative options that we can do as nurses to help our patients manage their labor.Listen closely, there is a 50% off promo code in this episode for our on-demand Coping in Labor class!

Random Eloquence
This Woman's Work-Feat. Zeriah Davis-Part Two

Random Eloquence

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 26:10


Join us for PART TWO of our bonus episode interviewing Birth Doula Zeriah Davis. Krystal shares a little of her birth story and how having a Doula played a role in having a successful labor and delivery.  CONTACT/BOOK SERVICES WITH DOULA ZERIAH AT: Website: www.thebirthsista.com Instagram: @thebirthsista Facebook: The Birth Sista Email: thebirthsista@gmail.com JOIN US ON THE JOURNEY: INSTAGRAM: @randomeloquencepod WEBSITE: https://anchor.fm/randomeloquencepod EMAIL US: randomeloquencepod@gmail.com Be sure to subscribe, follow and rate us on Apple Podcast, Spotify and everywhere you listen to podcast! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/randomeloquencepod/support

In The Family Way
An Accidental Homebirth - Doula Angel's Story Of Her Fast And Powerful Hypnobirth

In The Family Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 71:36


Births don't always go how we plan! This is our dear friend and colleague's birth story where she planned a birth center birth but her baby had other plans! Angel shares with us how she prepared for a positive labor and birth and how much her midwife and doula made her birth and postpartum so special. Connect with Angel: @baskfamilywellnessConnect with us:  https://www.facebook.com/InTheFamilyWayPodcastITFW @inthefamilywaypodcastAlex @htxwombserviceEleanor @eleanorpradodoula

Random Eloquence
This Woman's Work-Feat. Zeriah Davis-Part One

Random Eloquence

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 97:39


It's been ONE YEAR since host Krystal gave birth to her youngest baby boy!  Join us on this special bonus episode where we had the pleasure of interviewing an influential member of Krystal's "birth team"- a Birth & Postpartum Doula! We had a chance to chat with CEO of The Birth Sista Birth Services-Doula Zeriah Davis. Zeriah educates us on what a birth & postpartum Doula is, why you or someone you may know should have one on their birth team and everything in between! She also answers listener submitted questions they had about Doulas and their work. Be sure to check out part two of this episode! CONTACT/BOOK SERVICES WITH DOULA ZERIAH AT: Website: www.thebirthsista.com Instagram: @thebirthsista Facebook: The Birth Sista Email: thebirthsista@gmail.com JOIN US ON THE JOURNEY: INSTAGRAM: @randomeloquencepod WEBSITE: https://anchor.fm/randomeloquencepod EMAIL US: randomeloquencepod@gmail.com Be sure to subscribe, follow and rate us on Apple Podcast, Spotify and everywhere you listen to podcast! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/randomeloquencepod/support

Louisiana Considered Podcast
Walmart now covering doula services for pregnant workers in Louisiana. Will other employers follow?

Louisiana Considered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 24:30


Henry Roeland Byrd, better known as Professor Longhair, was one of the most beloved and influential pianists in New Orleans history. The exhibit, “Me Got Fiyo: The Professor Longhair Centennial” is on display at the Capitol Park Museum in Baton Rouge through August 6th. Louisiana State Museum Director Rodneyna Hart tells us more about Longhair's legacy.  But first, back in June Walmart announced it will join a small number of states in covering doula services for pregnant employees in Louisiana. While not technically a medical professional, a doula is an expert at supporting expectant parents through the process of pregnancy, labor, and delivery. For more on doula services and why they are becoming more popular additions to healthcare plans, we spoke with Chandler Sampson, a certified doula with Birth Help LLC in Baton Rouge.  Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Adam Vos. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh.  You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Her Return with Lindsey Curtis
Episode #40: Céline AngelicI - Doula Extraordinaire

Her Return with Lindsey Curtis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 52:22


This is a beautiful conversation between Lindsey and Céline Angelici. Céline is a doula supporting women & families through the phases of life creation - preconception, pregnancy, birth prep, birth & postpartum.    "I didn't want to go back to work, because architect - I mean everyone can do that, but Being the mother of my own child, I'm the only one!"    Céline generously opens up about her personal journey into motherhood, her instinctual awakening, and how it transformed & led her to being her Self today. From receiving in her own Life's medicine, she serves a potent love for all those whom she is invited to support.  Have a listen to receive on: The miracle of creation Doula magic & necessity Following the flow of Life Organic downloads of what's truly essential Connect with Céline directly at - Celangelici@gmail.com  

The Business of Being Well | A Hands-On Practitioner's source to grow a profitable business without working your life away

IN THIS EPISODE WE COVER:  A day in the life of a homesteader and chiropractor Functional medicine, but make it virtual Going online and the loss of adjusting in person The politics of wellness

The Postpartum Circle
Turning Your Postpartum Passion into a Business with Jodi Cognan

The Postpartum Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 22:19


We are shifting the conversation back towards you, the professional who is showing up to serve every single day.You are where the biggest impact in postpartum health will take place.If you burnout, if you quit, if you show up as less than your best self...You are doing the world an injustice.In today's episode, we're talking to Jodi Cognan about the important ways professionals can show up for their business and start to create a legacy.The truth is, you deserve more time, more money, and more freedom. And the amazing news is, you will be able to offer higher levels of support to so many more mothers and families in the process.Go to https://postpartumu.com/postpartum-university-podcast-ep70/ for more!Where to find Jodi Cognan:Facebook GroupInstagramIn this episode, we are sharing:Many professionals enter the field with a similar story and purposeBalance caring for the mother with running a businessWhy you cannot only trade time for moneyThe astronomical burnout and divorce rates among professionalsInvesting in continuing educationPaying attention to what the community is asking forYou deserve to be paid well for the way you show up*BRAND NEW - 18 Pages of Free Postpartum Nutrition Handouts* - Download the free collection HERE!Are your symptoms being caused by postpartum depletion, or something else? - Take The Postpartum Assessment HERE!Postpartum University® Training for Professionals:-Holistic Postpartum Nutrition Training-Postpartum Nutrition Certification - If you are in need of support, or have questions you can send an email to admin@postpartumu.com  OR  you can reach out in The Postpartum Circle Facebook group.Where to find me: postpartumu.comFacebookInstagramPinterest

Living With Hospice
Episode 44: To Doula or Not to Doula

Living With Hospice

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 21:41


Diverging a bit from the Hospice theme, in episode 44, Mitch explores another form of end-of-life care and the role of a "Death Doula".   He explains the origins of a doula role in relationship to the dying process, and the recent resurgence of this in modern end-of-life care.  

MTR Podcasts
Ana Rodney of MOMCares

MTR Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 38:11


About the guestAna Rodney is a practicing Doula for nearly 15 years, a yoga instructor, energy healer, and wellness practitioner based in Baltimore City. She's Executive Director, Founder of MOMCares and the Rising Mama, a wellness organization that centers mothers in the delivery of care and support to the entire family unit. Ana has spoken and led workshops throughout the Mid Atlantic Region of the United States; addressing audiences at Johns Hopkins Hospital, University of Maryland Medical System, Greater Baltimore Medical Center, and George Washington University.  She is also a graduate of Morgan State University. Ana serves as a Board Member and historian for the BCIITY Alliance and board member for  Maryland breastfeeding association. Ana is the Chair of the Baltimore City Maternal Mortality Review Board as well as a member of the Fetal Infant Mortality Review Board. Ana has been acknowledged by the Public Justice Center for her contributions and collaborations in Policy in Maternal Health. Ana is the recipient of the NARAL MD Prochoice Young Advocate award, OSI Community Fellowship, Warnock Foundation Award, along with other awards for her service to the mothers of Baltimore City. Most recently, Ana has been rewarded the Goldman Sachs One Million Black Women Impact Grant for MOMCares. Ana Rodney has served as a Perinatal Mental Health  Consultant for the Baltimore City Health Department. Ana was named a Baltimore Homecoming Hero in 2019 and a Game Changer by Baltimore Magazine in 2021. Ana has a background in education, teaching in Baltimore city as an artist, Spanish and  English co-teacher between 2006-2014. Finally and most importantly, Ana is mother to Aiden and Asher Rodney, ages 7 and 14 months, respectively.About MOMCaresMOMCares serves under-supported mothers with NICU experiences in Baltimore City by providing prenatal and postpartum doula care including transportation, advocacy, self-care opportunities, and nutritious meals to mothers and their families. Please consider making a donation to support our work by visiting momcares.org/donate.This interview is brought to you in part my the support of Innovation Works Baltimore.Innovation Works Baltimore is an innovative, collaborative resource network that connects neighborhoods, entrepreneurs, social innovation assets, and investors to build sustainable neighborhood economies in Baltimore.★ Support this podcast ★

Colored Radio
CR: I'm a Genius! ft. Lexx & Emily

Colored Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 100:41


We are back with another great episode. This week features long-time friend Lexx and a new friend, Emily. We get into some Motown music talks with Emily and discuss what a Doula is and her experiences as a healer with Lexx. Watch the full episode on Youtube https://youtu.be/n22599Ih5qc

Bourbon and Bokeh
Episode 33: Kalyn(The Doula)and Liz(The Nurse)

Bourbon and Bokeh

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 157:13


After a long(really long)break, Kim is back! On this episode Kim sits down for a chat with Kalyn who is a doula and Liz her labor and delivery nurse best friend. These gals agree on a lot but have some differing opinions too which makes it interesting. This one is over 2 hours long so prepare yourself! Expectant moms, this is the episode for you!

Birthing Outside the Box
68. Doing it at Home with Sarah & Matthew Bivens

Birthing Outside the Box

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 90:43


We had the great honor of interviewing Sarah and Matthew Bivens from the Doing it at Home podcast. Our conversation was filled with topics like birth, life, business, philosophy and more! Everything from their own home birth story to the evolution of their podcast and how it turned into a business and also their "open to conceive" journey. They are very candid on their podcast but we hope you will listen and get to know them even better, enjoy! 

Canada's Podcast
It's Happy Mamas and Babies Guaranteed - Calgary - Canada's Podcast

Canada's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 17:44


Leanne Rzepa, owner and founder of Nourish Lactation Consulting, became a Registered Nurse in 2000 after graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from the University of Calgary. Rzepa quickly developed a passion for breastfeeding support when she began her career as a postpartum nurse at the Rockyview General Hospital. In 2006 Rzepa began to focus her nursing practice on breastfeeding support and started studying to become a certified lactation consultant. Rzepa successfully passed her exam in 2007 and became an IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant). In 2008 Nourish Lactation Consulting opened for business to provide in-home breastfeeding support and education to families in Calgary and surrounding communities. Rzepa, always an entrepreneur at heart, saw a need for in-home support after years of working in the hospital setting. "Women spend such a short time in the hospital after giving birth. Most new mothers are exhausted and aren't able to retain the information shared by hospital staff. Breastfeeding is a learned art. It often takes days or even weeks for a new mother to feel confident feeding her baby. Nourish provides support in the home setting which is more conducive for learning and confidence building." Nourish has helped countless mothers meet their breastfeeding goals by providing quality, caring, evidence-based support. Most women Rzepa supports struggle with latch, pain, tongue tie, milk supply issues, poor weight gain, or feeding multiples. In addition to providing in-home support, Rzepa has an online store that sells a variety of breastfeeding related products, apparel, and supplements. Nourish also offers a breast pump rental service, monthly workshops, virtual consults, a drop-in clinic and a multitude of services provided by other healthcare professionals such as a sleep consultant, registered dietitian, pelvic floor physio, and postpartum support provided by a Doula. Rzepa is passionate about her job and receives much joy from supporting mothers to achieve their breastfeeding goals. Entrepreneurs are the backbone of Canada's economy. To support Canada's businesses, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. Want to stay up-to-date on the latest #entrepreneur podcasts and news? Subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter

Doulas of the Roundtable
Episode 88: Birth Photography & Labor Support

Doulas of the Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 50:09


As doulas consider expanding into other birth-related services, birth photography is often a common consideration. It seems like the perfect mesh, doula skills paired with photography skills equals the perfect match. But can a doula be both at the same time? While it seems like a simple answer, there are many factors that doulas often fail to consider. Will doula support or photography take priority when a client needs hands-on support? What happens if doula support is needed simultaneously as the one "perfect shot" a client wants presents itself? Join us as we take a deep dive into the ins and outs of providing birth photography and labor support.

The New Mamas Podcast
"Hypnobirthing: It's not what you think it is." New mom Linnea tells us everything about hypnobirthing and hiring a doula

The New Mamas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 34:19


When we think hypnobirthing, a lot of us imagine someone with a yo-yo swinging it back and forth and saying, "You are getting very sleepy..." But that's not what hypnobirthing is at all! Hypnobirthing is a mindset technique involving calm breathing techniques, some deep relaxation, guided mediation, visualization, and affirmations. New mom Linnea caught my attention when she shared with me that she was able to have the birth experience she wanted much thanks to hypnobirthing. I was immediately fascinated by this and knew I had to have her on the podcast to tell her story. In this podcast, Linnea walks through the process of hypnobirthing and goes into detail about what it entails. She also shares her experience in hiring a doula and why she thinks that having a doula played an important part in her birth experience.  Resources: HypnoBirthing, Fourth Edition: The breakthrough natural approach to safer, easier, more comfortable birthing - The Mongan Method, 4th EditionHypnobirthing: Practical Ways to Make Your Birth Better Connect with Linnea: @linneakayakOther New Mamas Podcast Episodes You May Enjoy:How to Empower Dads in the Newborn Stage (and beyond!) with Chau Dang, AI Product Manager at NVIDIAAn Honest Chat: The Newborn Stage with Food Blogger Erin AronowitzConnect with Lina on InstagramFollow the New Mamas Podcast on InstagramRead Lina's Motherhood BlogEpisode edited by Chris Duffy: heyitschrisduffy@gmail.comSupport the show

Birthworker Podcast
7. How to Onboard Your Doula Clients from Consultation to Contract

Birthworker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 42:20


Are you ready to STOP letting prospective doula clients fall through the cracks because you're disorganized on the back end of your doula business?If you've been wondering how to systemize the onboarding of a new doula client (and turn more consultations into PAYING clients) then get out a pen and paper, this one's for you.In this episode, I'm walking you step-by-step through my ENTIRE “client onboarding process” and sharing all of my secrets along the way.We're covering everything from the initial consultation with a prospective doula client all the way through the moment they sign the contract. Press play so you can learn how to turn strangers into doula clients without dropping the ball or complicating the process.Resources mentioned:>> Get a look behind the scenes at ALL of the tech, tools, and systems I use to run my doula business!>> Check out AirTable here: birthworker.com/airtableReady to turn your passion for birth into a crazy successful doula career? I've got you. Click here and join me inside Birthworker Academy.Check out this episode's full show notes or read the transcript at www.birthworker.com/7 or follow along over on Instagram @theautonomymommy or @birthworkerpodcastIf this episode lights you up, I'd love it if you'd rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you're listening from. After you review the show - snap a pic and upload it here - and I'll send you a little surprise as a thank you.Your feedback helps this podcast grow and I wouldn't be here if it weren't for you!

Welcome to the Womb
LABOUR & BIRTH TECHNIQUES With Emma, The Naked Doula!

Welcome to the Womb

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 76:53


Get ready to have your mind blown in today's episode! Midwife Em is joined by an incredible doula, Emma, a.k.a. The Naked Doula (@thenakeddoula) as they talk all things labour and birth techniques/strategies. This is a passionate and important conversation about women trusting their instincts, feeling safe in labour, the important role of oxytocin, and some EXTREMELY practical tips on how to encourage a positive labour and birth experience.Together they touch on:What a doula is.The importance of understanding the hormone oxytocin.What hinders oxytocin.What can help support oxytocin.Labour and birth techniques (including KICO, birth combs, and “floppy face floppy fanny”).Trusting your instincts.This is definitely one to listen to in preparation for labour and birth, whatever your birth may look like.If you want to see more from Emma (which trust us, you do), you can head to:Instagram @thenakeddoulaWebsite (including links to The Naked Doula courses and the EVE app!) https://thenakeddoula.me/If you want to hear more from Em or want to support the podcast head to:Instagram @midwife_em and @welcometo.thewombLink Tree https://linktr.ee/midwife_emBuy Em a Cuppa https://www.buymeacoffee.com/midwifeem

Birth Matters
88: An Aussie's 2nd Unmedicated Hospital Birth

Birth Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 68:09


Lauren's first time giving birth was pre-pandemic in Australia in a very different healthcare system. So when she and her husband Shaun relocated to the NYC area to suburban New Jersey and wanted to conceive again, she began listening to this podcast as a way to get to know the local birth environment. Today she shares her experience of having an unmedicated birth for a second time but in a New Jersey hospital. Lauren tells us she gleaned wisdom from listening to some of the birth stories shared on this podcast that helped her to more confidently advocate for herself to have the unmedicated birth she hoped for when a nurse was pushing to start pitocin. Then you'll hear her compare and contrast the Australian birthing environment to that of the NYC area – particularly along the lines of lactation support.

Mères
Accompagnement à la naissance : pourquoi faire appel à une doula ? avec Leslie Lucien

Mères

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 40:16


Doula, le mot est entré petit à petit dans le vocabulaire commun, mais pour pas mal d'entre nous, il reste encore mystérieux. Ces femmes formées à l'écoute et à l'accompagnement d'autres femmes au moment de devenir mères ont pourtant tellement à apporter. Dans cet épisode nous voulons déconstruire quelques préjugés sur cette pratique et vous donner des clefs pour comprendre en quoi cela peut être adapté à vos besoins et à vos envies. Nous avons invité Leslie Lucien, doula diplômée de l'Institut de formation des Doulas de France et auxiliaire de puériculture, elle est aussi formée à l'hypnose périnatale, au chant prénatal, à l'éveil musical et aux signes avec bébé.Leslie LucienLeslie Lucien est doula, accompagnante à la naissance, diplômée de l'Institut des Doulas de France depuis 2017. Auxiliaire de puériculture exerçant en centre de PMI à Paris, elle est également formée à l'hypnose périnatale, au chant prénatal, à l'éveil musical, et aux signes avec bébé. Avec enthousiasme, positivité et bienveillance, elle accompagne les parents sur le chemin de la parentalité. Pour en savoir plus sur l'accompagnement individuel ou en groupe : https://leslielucien.com/. Pour suivre ou contacter Leslie : @leslie.lucien. Récit d'une doulaDans son livre, À l'écoute de la naissance, elle raconte sa vie de doula : son histoire, son quotidien... En s'appuyant sur les témoignages des parents qu'elle accompagne, des portraits de femmes et de professionnelles du monde de la périnatalité. Ce livre est aussi rempli de conseils pratiques, d'exercices, d'activités et d'outils créatifs pour vivre une grossesse épanouie, confiante et sereine.Leslie Lucien, À l'écoute de la naissance, First éditionsComment soutenir notre podcast ?Pour nous soutenir et nous aider à produire plus d'épisodes, contribuez à la vie de notre podcast en lui donnant un avis 5 étoiles et un commentaire sur l'application iTunes podcast. Merci ! Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

The Business of Being Well | A Hands-On Practitioner's source to grow a profitable business without working your life away

IN THIS EPISODE WE COVER:  Building your dreams, literally Clients of a practice vs. clients of a practitioner The mindset you need to grow your business Setting goals and adjusting goals How to turn your vision into reality

Older and Wider Podcast
Ep 164. The one with 22 boxes of figs and a fanning Doula

Older and Wider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 47:27


On this week's podcast Jenny and Judith get to grips with the heat, discuss the prep for the forthcoming wedding and both get excited for the imminent arrival of Phoebe's baby!

Evidence Based Birth®
EBB 232 - Advocacy, VBAC, and Becoming a Home Birth Midwife with Melek Öz

Evidence Based Birth®

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 46:55 Very Popular


On today's podcast, we're going to talk with Melek Öz about vaginal birth after Cesarean (VBAC), advocacy, and becoming a home birth midwife! Content note: Mention of weight loss and racism. Melek Öz (she/her) is a home birth midwife living with her family in South Austin, Texas. She moved to Austin in 2001 to attend the University of Texas, where she completed both her undergraduate studies and law school before transitioning to birth work. Melek has been active in birth advocacy for more than a decade throughout her childbearing years and now as a home birth midwife. With her first pregnancy, Melek was told by her OB that her pelvis was "too small." She was pressured into an early induction that turned into a preventable Cesarean. Fresh out of surgery, Melek's OB told her, "Now that you've had one Cesarean, all your babies will have to be born by Cesarean." In this podcast episode, Melek goes on to share her subsequent birth stories, in which she had a CBAC (Cesarean Birth after Cesarean) under general anesthesia, as well as a vaginal birth after 2 C-sections (VBA2C). Midwifery care helped her have "a really joyous and an incredible experience, and I'm lucky that I had all 3 experiences that I did, because it helped kind of round out and balance my views on birth." Melek went on to pursue a career as a doula and eventually a home birth midwife! In this episode, we talk about the power of midwifery care, unpacking racism/classism and how it affects midwifery students, and how we can advocate for VBAC access in our communities. She also gives great tips for people who are considering a VBAC or thinking about going into midwifery! Resources: Follow Melek Öz on Instagram (@midwifemelek) and visit her website at http://www.midwifemelek.com/ EBB Podcast #113: The Evidence on VBAC EBB Podcast #209: Providing Unbiased VBAC Access and Support with Jen Kamel of VBAC Facts Visit the VBAC Facts website: https://vbacfacts.com Visit the International Cesarean Awareness Network website https://www.ican-online.org/ EBB Podcast #224: Failure to Progress (info on racist beliefs about pelvic shapes) Tema Mercado teaches workshops on decolonizing apprenticeships at La Matriz Birth (https://www.lamatrizbirth.com/) and @matrizmidwife on Instagram Luz de Atabey (https://www.instagram.com/lampatx/) project in Austin focused on accessible perinatal care and support (QTBIPOC-led) Kmom passed away in 2019, but her blog, "The Well Rounded Mama," is still maintained by her loving family at https://wellroundedmama.blogspot.com/, where you can find many articles about fat phobia and VBAC. EBB Professional Membership (includes scholarship options!) https://evidencebasedbirth.com/membership ' Non-profit fundraising organization Black Home Birth Matters: https://www.blackhomebirthmattersatx.org/

Getting Magnetic with Sandy & Wade
Soul Shine Birth interview with Kelsey and Rori

Getting Magnetic with Sandy & Wade

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 57:08


This episode is full of realness and rawness. Sandy interviews orange county's doula duo on their story and they dive deep on some hot topics around pregnancy, birth and postpartum! Regardless of whether you are a parent or not you will learn something from this episode!Soul Shine Birth is a unique doula duo bringing in over seven years of experience to pave the way for better birth and postpartum outcomes. Kelsey and Rori work together as birth and postpartum doulas to provide the highest quality care for their families who they say "start as clients and stay as friends". They are both breastfeeding and childbirth educators, which they bring into their intimate doula support. Passion shines through in all that they do, as they uphold their mission "to change lives, empower families, and make positive birth outcomes reality by providing the tools, love and resources as your dream support team".Why: Our mission is to change lives, empower families, and make positive birth outcomes reality by providing the tools, love and resources as your dream support team.What: We provide duo birth and postpartum services. As a beautiful team we both get to know you intimately. Birth: We ensure that you intimately know the two of us and never have to wonder if a backup will be there. Kelsey and Rori are available for communication always, both attend your prenatals to move through all the movements of preparing for labor, delivery, and postpartum. Services:Birth and postpartum doulasBreastfeeding and childbirth educators Doula mentors-- Kelsey Krueger & Rori SullivanSoul Shine Birth Co-FoundersBirth & Postpartum DoulasSoul Shine Sisterhood Doula MentorshipFollow us on IG @soulshinebirthwombsinbloomoc.comfreckledlovedoula.com90 Day Habits:Have you checked out our gratitude journal?! If not it's da bombbbb great for you or a gift! Check it out https://amzn.to/3ihxjxiTimestamps: [4:43] Kelsey's journey. [9:03] Rori's journey. [12:05] How the two came together to form SoulShine Birth. [14:45] What is a doula? [20:13] What does post-partum care look like? [23:23] Someone else's birth story does not have to be your story. [28:34] Separating emotions from the birth. [34:53] Who needs a doula? [39:55] It takes a village. [46:31] What does it look like when you hire SoulShine? [53:19] How to connect with SoulShine. --Let's Connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast@gettingmagneticFollow our personal Instagram accounts@sandyclaus7@wellnesswithwadeCheck out our website for all things Getting Magnetichttps://www.sandyandwade.com/

The Papaya Podcast
The One About Slowing Down With Celebrity Doula Brandi Jordan

The Papaya Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 44:52 Very Popular


Doula & host of Dear Doula Podcast, joins us today to talk about all things postpartum, parenting, intuition and why we aren't our mothers (good or bad). This episode is designed to remind us to slow down, trust ourselves and remember that we are the experts of our own babies. You can follow Brandi on IG @Brandy_Jordan_Official and find her podcast @DearDoulaPodcast   Go to www.dipsea.com/papaya and get a 30 day free trial   Go to www.frankbody.com and use code PAPAYA for 15% off sitewide     Produced by Dear Media   

Babes and Babies
EP 225: Baby Temperament and Sleep with Macall Gordon

Babes and Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 60:34


Macall Gordon is on this episode talking all about sleep. We have all heard about sleep training and gentle sleep approaches but both leave out the key to whether or not it will work.  The temperament of your child can majorly affect sleep.  Macall dives into what can affect temperament and how it can cause sleep issues.  

Babes and Babies
Rebalance: How Women Lead, Parent, Partner… and Thrive

Babes and Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 54:37


Renowned social impact experts and mothers come on to talk about what it takes for parents to thrive as business leaders, partners, and citizens.  Monica Brand Engel, Lisa Neuberger Fernandez and Wendy Jagers joined forces to write the book,  Rebalance: How Women Lead, Parent, Partner… and Thrive.  They come on the podcast to share what they have learned and to give tips to thrive as mothers. Get the book: https://amzn.to/3Aq3k0o Elizabeth's website: https://miraculousmamas.com Miraculous Mamas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miraculousmamas Get $10 off any order of $50 or more at https://milkbarstore.com/mamas