Trust the Process. Trust Yourself.
Birth with confidence, autonomy, and unconditional support.
What are your hopes and dreams for your birth and postpartum transition?
Maybe you already have a clear idea of what you hope for, or maybe you’re not sure yet. I’m here to help you figure out what’s important to you, support you in controlling what you can in pursuit of those goals, and help you navigate the challenges of letting go of the things you can’t control. Every birth is unique. Every transition to parenthood is unique. I’ll support your journey, and all the choices you make.
I want you to know that you are welcome here. I support and celebrate you for exactly who you are. I am honored to support families from all backgrounds and with a vast array of preferences and choices for their families and their birth experiences.
Simply put, doula support can help you have an empowered and satisfying birth. I’ve done this work for 7.5 years (and been a parent myself for 10 years) and I know that how you feel about your birth affects how you experience the postpartum transition and how you feel about yourself. People who feel dissatisfied with their birth experience report that they felt uninvolved in decision-making, uninformed and underprepared, unsupported, and unsafe in their environment. Stellar doula support helps to avoid all of these things and sets you up for a satisfying birth experience, regardless of how your birth unfolds.
Coaching for doulas
As an experienced doula and a doula trainer, I’m passionate about supporting doulas to cultivate a practice that feels aligned with who they are and the impact they want to make. I want doula work to be fulfilling, sustainable, and fun for you. Check out the various ways you can learn from me and be supported by me in your doula practice.
“Taylor helped my partner and me stay focused on the prize. She knew what I truly wanted and helped me stick to my guns. Taylor was steady, calm, reliable, and dedicated. She never wavered no matter how out of control I felt. One of the most valuable things about Taylor’s support is that she was encouraging.”