Meet Becca Professional Birth and Postpartum Doula
Hi! My name is Becca and I am here to support you and your growing family. As a professional birth and postpartum doula, I hold myself to very high standards. I have trained with Birth Arts International as well as with Women's Choice Perinatal Services, which has given me the knowledge, resources, and experiences I need to offer quality support to my clients.
What I have to offer goes beyond my training. I see myself as a forever student with a passion for serving others. It is so important to me that I am always learning how to be the best doula I can be for the benefit of my clients.
I have also had the incredible privilege to work with families of twins as both a birth and postpartum doula. I love working with twins and helping new and experienced parents navigate through the unique challenges of having twins.
YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE MY PRIORITY
My goal as a doula is to understand, respect, and honor your decisions as a birthing person and as a parent. I approach my work with the philosophy that the clients I work for are my teachers. Yes, I have knowledge about pregnancy, birth, and postpartum care. But no one knows your body or your baby better than you.
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Why I became a doula
I have always been driven by my passions. I've dedicated years of my life to studying music, dance, and writing. And while I never expected that I'd one day pursue a career as a birth worker, I feel as though this passion has been driving me all my life.
Way before I ever thought of myself as having the strength to embrace a job as important as being a doula, I would find myself feeling so excited to talk with others about what it is to be a woman. I'd educate myself on topics such as fertility awareness, pregnancy, and baby care just because it was so beautiful and fascinating to me.
My desire to become a doula stems from my deep respect and awe for motherhood. I attribute my love for motherhood to the women in my family who taught me what it was to nurture and be nurtured. My mom, my aunts, and my older cousins showed me the beauty and strength of being a mother, and it is them who inspire me to do this work.