Pacific Doula Services

Postpartum Doula Services

Postpartum Doula Services

At Pacific Doula Services, we provide Birth Doula and Postpartum Doula Services. You may request services of just one or a combination of both. On this page, we will introduce you to our Postpartum Doula Services.

Postpartum Doula Services

"Initial Meeting" - The initial time we meet can be during your pregnancy or after you've had your baby.

"Postpartum Support" - Time and length will be discussed during your initial meeting. Start of the service can be anytime ranging from 1 day postpartum to 1 year postpartum.

As a Postpartum Doula, your doula will provide services that will support you and your new family physically, emotionally, spiritually, and with information.

Depending on your needs, your doula will do her best to:

  • Support you emotionally, physically, and spiritually throughout your experience.
  • Provide information such as breastfeeding and basic baby care. Being well-informed empowers and allows you to make informed decisions. Your doula will support the decision once it is made and will not make the decision for you.
  • Support to create a positive and safe environment where you and your partner are supported.
  • Support partners and family members through this time, so they can be a part of the experience as they wish and hope to be. A doula does not replace or take over the partner’s place but enhances and supports it.
  • A doula is a part of team, including you, your partner, family members, and care providers. A doula does not replace or take over anybody else's role. She is solely a support person and does not provide health care such as newborn check ups.
  • Provide breastfeeding information and support.
  • Provide referrals for further support and expert knowledge.
  • Support the mother and partner during recovery from birth physically and emotionally.
  • Support welcoming the baby and transitioning into becoming a new family. Some support of a postpartum doula can include taking care of baby when mom naps, tidying up the house, cooking, making sure mom is nourished, taking care of older children. These services are provided in order to support and meet the needs of a new mom and dad. A doula is not a house cleaner or a baby nurse and her job is not to do these things instead of you but rather, they are done for you to support you for the time being so you are able to have the time to get to know your new baby, adjust, and also recover from birth.
  • Provide support and information for other family members, such as grandparents as well.

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