Resources For Doulas

Are you a doula, or perhaps thinking of becoming one? Here are some charts, forms, handouts, and training organizations, as well as my own first-hand experiences.


Words From Our Clients

Tracy is a valuable resource to the community of birthing women and all that are involved in the birth process. It is important to have a doula who is experienced and well-educated and who will act as an advocate for you and your pregnancy, labor, delivery and postpartum care.
- Anna S.

The 3 meetings prior to delivery date were extremely helpful. Following the handouts and explanations for contractions (411) helped us achieve a natural birth with no epidural/drugs. Watching the birthing videos helped calm my fears and negate any “horror” stories told to me by family/friends.
- Daisy M.

Thanks Goodness tracy was there. All I can say, I couldn’t have done it without her help, support and guidance. She was a guiding light for me, someone I trusted and could turn to when I found myself freaking out. She is very cool, calm and collected and puts you at ease, even in the throws of labor. She does her absolute best to make you feel comfortable and knows her way around a hospital setting. Worth every penny.
- Sheena R.

Trying to learn as much as you can before your baby’s arrival?

I offer virtual, 1-on-1 childbirth classes — so you can attend from anywhere!

Nothing beats being prepared. The more you know in advance, the less fear you’ll have — and the more confident you & your partner will be in your decisions during labor and birth. Sign up together and I’ll cover everything from pregnancy tips to how to advocate for yourself in a hospital setting.