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“Brooke provided so much knowledge about birth options. She supported and prepared my partner and me for the mental and emotional challenges that might arise during the birth. Having her present at the birth was amazing, she was so helpful and supportive throughout. We also really appreciated her postpartum care, helping us adapt to being new parents.”

HOLLY S

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SERVING PALM BEACH AND BROWARD COUNTIES - far north as Jupiter, far south as Hollywood, far west as Weston and Wellington and all that resides in between.

ATTENDING FOLLOWING HOSPITALS AND BIRTH CENTERS: Palm Beach County - Bethesda Hospital East, Boca Raton Regional Hospital, Good Samaritan Medical Hospital, JFK Medical Center, Jupiter Medical Center, Palms West Hospital, St. Mary's Medical Center, Wellington Regional Medical, West Boca Medical Center, as well as the Palms Birth House. Broward County - Broward Health Coral Springs, Slah Foundation Children's Hospital at Broward Health Medical Center, Holy Cross Hospital, Memorial Hospital Miramar, Memorial Hospital West, Memorial Regional Hospital, Northwest Medical Center, Plantation General Hospital, Hollywood Birth Center, Natural Birthworks Center, Peaceful Pregnancy Pathways, and  A Birth Center.

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PRENATAL SUPPORT
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POSTPARTUM CARE

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POSTPARTUM SUPPORT

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prenatal support

2 prenatal visits in your home to prepare for birth

Continuous support from time of hire to 12 weeks postpartum

Round the clock availability from 38 weeks until delivery

2 postpartum follow up visits in your home

Free Reiki with RMT experienced in pregnancy & postpartum care

Discounts on our postpartum & placenta services, classes, & baby photography, and more

SERVICE DESCRIPTION
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postpartum support

The major role of the postpartum doula is to help the family make a smooth adjustment to life with a new baby by educating and supporting the new parents in such a way that they feel empowered to care for their newborn, each other and themselves with confidence.

 

My work focuses on encouraging (new) mothers to rest and bond with their babies, and to resist the to resume their busy lives before it’s actually time. I provide my clients with resources to aid them in healing themselves physically and emotionally after giving birth, and I nourish them with food, conversation, guided meditations, time to rest and bathe, and of course, validation and encouragement.

 

Studies have shown that women who have support during the postpartum depression, breastfeed for a longer duration and have better adjustment period. 

All packages include the following:

  • One personal minor consultation at which we will discuss anything and everything about your pregnancy, birth intentions and expectations for life postpartum.

 

  • One in-person postpartum check-in at home or hospital within 24 hours of the birth.

 

  • Care begins on your first day at home with your newborn/s.

 

  • The ability to reach me 24/7 via phone, text, or email during the period for which you’ve hired me. 

WELCOME HOME

One day of postpartum care within the first 48 hours after birth.

$200 investment

FIRST 40 DAYS

Care for 40 days in a row,

3-5 hours a day.

$2,800 investment

TWO MONTHS

2 days a week, 3-5 hours a day,

eight weeks in a row

$2,200 investment

STRONG FOUNDATION

Care for 7 days in a row,

3-5 hours a day.

$700 investment

ONE MONTH

2 days a week 3-5 hours a day,

four weeks in a row

$1,100 investment

THREE MONTHS

2 days a week, 3-5 hours a day,

twelve weeks in a row

$3,300 investment

“Instead of talking about birth as a natural or medicated, surgical or vaginal, we talked about the transformation experienced by those who live it? What if instead of asking a new parent if they gave birth naturally or with drugs, we asked how birth transformed them? What if instead of asking details about an unexpected cesarean we asked the new parent how the experience impacted them? What if we got curious about the individual rather than putting them in a binary box? Boxes tell us very little about the person or their experience.”
BRITTA BUSHNELL, Ph.D.