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WELCOME TO DUBLIN DOULA birth mentoring services. The original and best DUBLIN DOULAS with 14 years  experience supporting mothers, families and babies in the Greater Dublin area. I I am a birth expert, offering, established and trusted birth mentoring services, doula services, placenta encapsulation services, birth advocacy services and wellness mentoring. I have well established working arrangements with  other healthcare professionals in the community and  all three Dublin maternity hospitals. I run a unique individual Irish business tailor made to families in Dublin and  I am renowned within Irish and international  birth and circles as a women’s advocate and supporter by families, midwives, advocacy organisations, the Department of Health, HIQA and the HSE.

I work with mothers fathers and families to ensure that the pre conception, pregnancy and birth of your baby are times when you feel supported, informed and memorable.

Each birth heralds not just the birth of a baby but the birth of a mother too, and my role is to nurture the birth of the mother in you. If you are already a mother then this birth offers you an opportunity to evolve into a mother of a growing family; each new child changes us and our family and my role is to help you prepare for that emotionally and physically. If you are about to become a father or a second mother then my role is to also support you in the pregnancy and birth of your child. I will enable you to support your partner with confidence and ease.

I have worked as a doula since 2003 and so am one of Dublin’s most experienced doulas. I have experience of working with mums having caesarean births, home births, low tech hospital births and high tech hospital births and with women expecting twins!

As a doula, I  serve the three main Dublin maternity hospitals of The Coombe, The NMH and The Rotunda, and have attended many home births too. I am based in Sandymount, Dublin which means all three hospitals are within easy access.

I have seen the great benefit that having a doula can offer a mother, especially if she is a first time mother trying to negotiate the maternity services. Research on doulas show that their presence can significantly reduce the incidence of interventions. Mothers who have had difficult experiences in previous births can also especially benefit from the services of a doula. However, I firmly believe that EVERY mother deserves a doula  All mothers deserve to have someone there just for them during a birth; someone to nurture, care and support not just with the head but with the heart too! More on the benefits of doulas can be found here. If you are not sure what a doula does then read more here.

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I offer the following services:

Birth Doula

Postpartum Doula

Birth Mentoring

Mother Blessings

Placenta encapsulation

Homeopathic Services

You can find out more about what my previous clients have thought of me by reading my testimonials, and you can find out more about how I came to be a doula by reading more about me. If you would like to talk through any of my services please call me or contact me. If you are wondering how much it costs to use my services, you ll find more information on each of the pages detailing the services, but I talk more about doula costs here.

Happy International World Breastfeeding week everyone. The message this year is working together to support breastfeeding for a sustainable future 💙🌹💙 #IWBW #Breastfeeding

worldbreastfeedingweek.org
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25 Annoying things about pregnancy in #Ireland ...

Something that every Irish woman - and person - needs to watch. #25annoyingthings

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All mothers and babies no matter where they live in #Ireland should have aces to the same level of care and support during pregnancy birth and afterwards.

It's disappointing to see the variation in breastfeeding rates between urban and rural areas. Let's hope that the new national breastfeeding strategy initiated in February will go some way to resolving this!

www.irishtimes.com/news/health/breastfeeding-rates-vary-hugely-between-urban-and-rural-areas-1.31...
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What are you going to do with your placenta? Here is an article looking in depth at one option which is to donate it to the work of search and rescue dogs. The article features an interview with me and also lists other options available.

m.independent.ie/life/family/family-features/meet-the-irish-woman-who-donated-her-placenta-to-hel...
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Our rising c birth rate is a matter of public concern. There are so many reasons for this they include more babies and pregnancies that might not have made it before and which carry an inherently higher risk, hospital induction policies, the over use and sometimes inadequate interpretation of ctg for normal risk pregnancy, the shortage of midwifery staff of NHCD staff and consultant obstetricians, the lack of support for vbac in many units and most importantly individual clinical practices.

One thing we know for sure is that women are not queuing up to have them because they are "too posh".

How to curb this rise?

More investment in human capital, more education, fewer inductions, less use if crg in normal risk women, encourage vbac, more support for women including doulas!

m.independent.ie/irish-news/health/nearly-one-in-three-babies-delivered-by-csection-after-154pc-r...
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