Amy is currently a student NCT doula. Amy would be happy to cover Bedfordshire, Milton Keynes, the East of England and East Midlands area.
Would you like Amy to be your doula?
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Amy lives in a small village on the outskirts of Biggleswade with her partner and 3 beautiful children, Ben 8, Izzy, 7 and Phoebe 5. She has been supporting women in labour and early parenthood for 12 years now. Amy is passionate about promoting positive birth, supporting both women and their partners so they feel empowered and equipped as they journey into parenthood.
The journey parents make is one of transformation, it has many different elements to it and at times parents can feel lost and unsteady. Amy has the skills and empathy to support and encourage parents, aiding in a much smoother transition.
Being an advocate for parents is something Amy feels very strongly about, women have voice’s and they need to heard. Amy has the skills and knowledge needed to aid parents in making decisions that best suit them.
All of Amy’s children were born in the hospital where Amy worked, having her friends and work colleagues supporting her through her births highlighted the importance of having continuity of care and support from a trusted individual which directed her on the path to becoming a doula.
Amy has worked in many different areas of the maternity setting, from theatres to the midwifery led birth unit. She is a qualified antenatal practitioner and maternity nurse who fully understands her role as a doula and the importance of working in harmony with other health professionals.
During labour Amy can offer support through massage, breathing techniques and visualisations. Amy feels very passionate about the early days post birth and is able to offer support with feeding and settling in with a new baby.
- Antenatal practitioner
- Maternity nurse
- Pregnancy massage
- Night nanny
Amy will offer support by:
- Meeting with you and your partner up to 3 times during the antenatal period to discuss the type of birth you are aiming for.
- Helping to composing a “wish list” that you can go through with your midwife or care provider on the day so you can all work together to achieve a positive birth.
- Being on call for you 24/7 from 2weeks before your due date until you give birth.
- Visiting you up to 2 times during the first 2 weeks to chat about you and your baby, offering support around feeding and adapting your new life as parents.
- Unlimited contact via phone or email for the first 4 weeks