How can a Birth Doula Support you?

Kick-ass support in the Modern World of Labor, a Birth doula provides:

  • Labor Support

    Creating a positive, memorable and empowering environment during the childbirth process with 1:1 guidance and support during labor, no matter your birth preferences

  • Emotional Support

    Childbirth is an emotional experience that needs a loving and nurturing touch, as well as helping the mother feel empowered in her choices throughout labor. Your birth story is yours, and I am here to help you feel informed, empowered, and cared for

  • Partner Support

    Helping guide and support your birth partner (whether this is your friend, spouse, loved one, or family member) as they learn how to support and guide you through the birthing process. We work as a team to support you, however that may look for you

  • Breastfeeding Support

    Giving you the tools and knowledge through

Evidence Based Practice

“Continuous support in labor may improve a number of outcomes for both mother and baby, and no adverse outcomes have been identified. Continuous support from a person who is present solely to provide support, is not a member of the woman’s own network, is experienced in providing labor support, and has at least a modest amount of training (such as a doula), appears beneficial.” - 2017 Cochrane database systematic review
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Evidence Based Practice

What's included in all packages?

No matter your birth doula package, these will always be included

  • Prenatal Appointment(s) between weeks 32-37 to go over your birth preferences (and create it), how to prepare for labor with pain relief techniques, massages, planning, and welcome package of information you may find helpful!

  • On call with Active Labor from two weeks before and after estimated due date- I will be there ready to go to your birthing place once you are in active labor to help relieve any stress and help you feel emotionally and physically comforted throughout labor.

  • Breastfeeding support should you choose after birth as well as with the postpartum followup appointment

  • Postnatal Appointment is 2-3 weeks after birth to check in, offer any additional resources, support and encouragement as you embrace this new journey!

  • Staying up to 1-4 hours post labor to help support you and your birth partner and ensure you have everything ready for the remainder of the day or night (hours depend on package)

  • Check in with me anytime! I will have all communications- call, text, email- so you can write me with any concerns, advice or tips along the way from two weeks before/after your estimated due date

Choose your Birth Doula Package!

Each one of these depend on your needs and preference, please review each one accordingly and only purchase after we've scheduled a call and our first meeting!

The Whole Kit & Kaboodle

$599.99, with $199 due upfront

This is the best package for the extra support needed from a birth doula! This includes all of the Birth Doula package listed above, as well as up to an additional prenatal appointment (2 in total, 1-2 hours each) and staying up to 4 hours after birth. The second prenatal appointment allows us to go over pain relief methods to help throughout pregnancy and labor. $199 is due upfront, with the remainder due with the last prenatal appointment prior to due date. *Scheduling is based on availability
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The Whole Kit & Kaboodle

Better Late than Never

$499.99, with $199 due upfront

This is perfect if you're 35-37 weeks pregnant or on a budget and need a Birth Doula to help support you when labor comes. This includes all of Main Birth Doula package listed above with staying up to 4 hours after baby is born. Initial Deposit of $199 is due upfront, while the remainder is due at our Prenatal appointment prior to your due date. *Scheduling is based on availability
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Better Late than Never

About Tiffany

Birth Doula, Women's Health Coach, Mother

  • Tiffany  Moule

    Birth Doula

    Tiffany Moule

    Tiffany is a mother, women's health coach, and birth doula (pending cert.). She has always had a passion and interest in pregnancy and birth, but didn't know being a doula was a possibility until years after her son was born. With her birth story of having her son on a remote base in Alaska, it gave her the motivation to change the way women are supported during labor and postpartum so they have a birth story they will always remember (in a great way!). Tiffany applies her education, Masters degree in Psychology (behavioral health), experience as a women's health coach and mother, & tools and strategies learned throughout DONA to be the best Birth Doula for you!