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Culturally Reflective Doula Support for Birthing Persons

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  • 1:1 Visits during pregnancy and postpartum

  • In-person labor support at birthing location

  • Support between visits via text, email, or phone

  • 24/7 on-call support from 37 weeks until birth

  • Visits can be at your home, doctor's office, or public place

Doula Services Include:

  • Certified or trained by doula training organizations

  • CPR and first-aid certified

  • Have liability insurance

  • HIPAA certified

  • Background screened

TDN Doulas Are:

Why Use a TDN Doula?

A doula is a trained, non-medical companion who provides support to pregnant people and is available to:

  • Answer questions about pregnancy, labor, and postpartum.

  • Provide physical support to help with comfort during childbirth.

  • Offer emotional support to help reduce stress and anxiety during pregnancy and childbirth.

A non-medical professional who supports pregnant people and their families by:

What is a Doula?

  • Provide Hands On Support

  • Provide Evidence-Based Educational Materials

  • Provide Emotional Support

  • Respect Everyone on Medical Team

  • Support Care Team When Needed

Doulas Do

Doula attending birth at hospital
  • Perform Medical Procedures

  • Diagnose, Treat, or Intervene During Medical Procedures

  • Give Medical Advice

  • Take Place of Medical Personnel

Doulas Don't

Steps to Begin Doula Services

We Asked Doulas: What is a Doula?

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