A Doula's Job Is To Work Herself Out Of A Job

Call me crazy but I’m always trying to work myself out of a job. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE being a postnatal doula, but my goal is cultural change. I want to see all new mothers in Australia getting the support they need.


I want to see your neighbours bringing you food after the birth of your baby. I want to see improved paid parental leave so mums and dads can BOTH take an active role in parenting without worrying about the mortgage. I want to see the end of the supermum myth and hear mums asking loudly and proudly for help BEFORE they get Postnatal depression.

I’m not a nanny or a cleaner, I don’t want you to be dependant on my services in the long term. My goal is to nurture parents into their new roles. We will work to grow your ‘village,’ build your confidence and restore your strength after birth and you will naturally no longer need my services. And I will be so happy!


Welcome to the Postpartum Renaissance

If you are wondering if postpartum work will work for you this guide will give you the answers to all your questions. I’ve compiled the questions I get asked most frequently, drawing on 10 years personal experience as a postpartum doula, and also from my experience training hundreds of postpartum professionals from all over the world who have now stepped into their lives work serving Newborn Mothers.

Whether you are considering taking on more postpartum work with existing birth clients or starting a new business from scratch, this guide will help you figure out your next step.

This guide is designed for a range of women including:

- Birth and postpartum doulas who are looking for advanced professional development.
- Midwives working independently or within the hospital system.
- Other professionals including physiotherapists, yoga teacher, childbirth educators, hypnobirthing instructors, nutritionists etc who want to deepen their understanding of postpartum support.
- Women who have not started their career in postpartum support yet and are just looking to take the first step.

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