Non-Judgemental Support

  • Physical
  • Educational
  • Emotional
  • Support based on personality and need

Physical Recovery from Birth

  • Vaginal birth, surgical birth
  • Normal recovery and beyond normal recovery
  • When to encourage a call to a medical professional
  • The 6 Week Postpartum checkup and how to help your client prepare for it


  • Benefits for mother, baby, and the mother and baby
  • Challenges – Troubleshooting issues
  • When to refer to an IBCLC
  • Positions for breastfeeding
  • Supporting the breastfeeding family
  • Pumping & storage of breastmilk
  • Alternative means of milk transfer
  • Paced feeding
  • Bottle feeding
  • Formula preparation & feeding

Keeping you informed about motherhood

Parenting Philosophies

  • Introducing philosophies
  • Attachment parenting
  • Scheduled parenting
  • Philosophy combination
  • Creating an environment based on a philosophy
  • Support based on a philosophy

Prenatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders

  • Baby Blues
  • Depression
  • Psychosis
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale
  • When and how to refer to a medical professional

Additional Topics

  • Sibling Care
  • Sleep
  • Multiples
  • Meal Preparation
  • Light Housekeeping & Laundry
  • Business Forms
  • Branding
  • Marketing



Definition of a Postpartum Doula

Doula originates from the Greek word meaning "woman who serves."  A ProDoula Postpartum & Infant Care Doula brings experience, companionship, and emotional support to parents and their newborns while providing physical, educational and non-judgemental support. 

postpartum doula is a professional support person trained in the needs of the family in the days, weeks and months after birth or the addition of a new baby. The doula offers non-judgmental support, guidance, evidence-based education and practical hands-on support immediately after birth through the first year. 

The doula's primary focus is on the pregnant person's recovery from birth, the baby's adjustment to life on the outside and family support.  The doula is well versed in bottle and breastfeeding, emotional and physical recovery from birth, sleep guidance, infant soothing and general coping skills.  Additionally, the doula assists with meal preparation, light housework and the general needs of the family during the postpartum period and beyond.


Infant Care

  • Co-Sleeping/Sleep
  • Vaccines
  • SIDS
  • Cord care
  • Circumcision Care
  • Feeding and Sleeping Cues
  • Comforting
  • Care of the premature baby
  • Growth charts
  • Jaundice & Bilirubin
  • Disposable & Cloth Diapering
  • Bathing
  • Burping
  • Swaddling
  • Soothing
  • Pacifier use
  • Infant sleep
  • Common baby products
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