Dear Community Members,
Before I founded Holistic Childbirth, I was working with medically underserved populations at Community Health Centers.  More specifically, my job focused on expanding access to quality health care, education and insurance through the hard work of AmeriCorps volunteers.  The mission of Community Health Centers continues to influence my work today, in that I strongly believe in having access to education and healthcare for everyone- especially the most vulnerable populations. 
With this mission in mind, I encourage you to donate to the Holistic Childbirth Class Donation Fund as a way to sponsor families who might not have the means to otherwise attend classes.  I donate my services as much as I am able, but am excited to create this fund in order to expand access to evidence-based birth education to those most in need.
Please consider sponsoring a family today:

“You helped me to be courageous and joyous at the same time releasing my fears by looking at them in depth and re-framing them.  You took the time for me.  I appreciate that you never forgot about me. You always were there when you said you would be, and then some.”- Testimonial from a pro-bono client.

Thank you for supporting families during their transition into parenthood. 



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- L&D

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- JS

Upcoming Events, Classes & Workshops

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  • Beyond What to Expect Holistic Childbirth Classes
    Starts: 6:00 pm
    Ends: October 30, 2014 - 9:00 pm
    Location: 201 Dey Street, Suite 203
    Description: 6 Week comprehensive, evidence-based and fun Childbirth Education Series. Class Blurb: Couples are faced with many decisions to navigate as they make the best choices for themselves. I believe that childbirth education is profoundly important in helping women and couples explore their options while they prepare for birth and the transition into parenthood.

    Rather than teach one type of labor support, classes are designed to help couples understand the birth process. By helping them understand the array of options available and teaching a wide range of coping strategies to help couples have a satisfying birth experience, the goal is to connect parents to their strengths and beliefs about birth. By providing women and partners with a range of evidence-based information, I encourage them to follow their instincts in birth, empowering them to make the choices that are right for their body, their birth and their baby.