Charlotte Bailey

    I am a Doula. I am a mum. I am a sister. I am a friend. I am a Birthing-Badass, a Birth Warrior. I am a champion of women, of pregnant, labouring and postnatal Mamas; an enabler for new parents. I have been a Nanny, a Maternity Nurse, a Student Midwife, a Facilitator for Women’s Empowerment. I have been a stay-at-home mum, a work-at-home mum, an on-demand-breastfeeding mum, a stressed-out-and-sleep-deprived mum, a feeling-isolated-in-my-own-house mum, a my-life-has-turned-to-shit mum, a Postnatal Depression mum. I have been a single mum. I am now a very-happy-well-balanced mum. I am now a Birth Warrior Mum. Read more [...]

  • Margaret Cramp

    Hi, I’m Margaret a newly qualified Birth and Postnatal Doula who lives in Baron’s Court and and I generally cover the West London area including Chiswick, Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Acton and have also had clients in Chelsea, Kensington and Westminster. I love to support new families in the making. I qualified as a midwife in New Zealand but haven’t practiced in the UK but did work as a Maternity Support person in the Lindo wing and had the privilege of attending many births, supporting women as they became new mothers.Then being present as they spend the first golden hour Read more [...]

  • Sophie Bott

    I am a birth and postnatal doula based in Tunbridge Wells. I have a gentle and nurturing approach and treat every doula/client relationship as unique. I will encourage you to trust your instincts and will signpost and advocate for you. I believe in the amazing capabilities of the female body and I will strive to help make this birth journey a positive experience for you. It is my wish to provide compassionate and non-judgmental care to mothers while they navigate this intense and powerful time. All women should have the support they need during childbirth and the weeks after. It Read more [...]

  • Nicki Burnett

    I believe that every person deserves a positive birth experience and am passionate about supporting women and all birthing people while they achieve that. A positive experience means different things to different people and I believe that there is no right way to give birth. I enjoy discussing birth physiology, active birth and being able to support all in their choices surrounding birth. I believe that the immediate period after birth is as important as the birth itself. This time and space needs to be protected if at all possible and those first hours and days of a babies life Read more [...]

  • Sophie Burns

    My name is Sophie and I am a mentored Birth and Postnatal Doula in Buckinghamshire. I will support every mother/ family with calm positivity, helping you feel nurtured, empowered and listened to throughout your pregnancy and labour. As a Postnatal Doula I will help you in those first days and weeks of parenthood to find your feet and to grow in confidence. I will listen with a gentle, non judgemental ear over a cup of tea, cook a meal, hold a baby….or hold a Mummy as I know the postnatal period can sometimes feel overwhelming. I’m also a Norland Nanny Read more [...]

  • Jolande Howanietz

    I am a mum to two wonderful spirited children, who I had different births and postnatal experiences with. I have been in childcare since I was 17 and gained my NNEB, starting out as a private Nanny, before I went into a nursery and then travelling. I feel that the doula role is what I’ve been searching and aiming for, for the past 20+ years, listening and offering families support, practically and emotionally through the early days/ weeks/ months of having a new baby. Since I started working I have helped many families, with care and attention to their individual Read more [...]

  • Funmi Ihaza

    My personal ethos is that you, the mother, have the power in your hands. It is important for you to get the support you need at the right time and know that you have a right to choose what to do with your body. Your voice matters and it is important to let your voice be heard. I will do all I can to help you find your voice and implement your choices. I live in Stockwell, South West London and can support clients within an hour from my home. Currently I work as a Health Care Assistant at the Read more [...]

  • Diane Craven

    Hello! My name is Di Craven and I live just outside Basingstoke on the Hampshire/Berkshire borders and I am a mentored Birth and Post Natal Doula. I am also a mum of two independent late teens and a thoroughly spoilt Norfolk terrier! My role as your birth doula is to help you and your family negotiate the path to positive birth experience. Every birth experience is unique, often unpredictable and no women can be offered her ‘ideal birth’. However a birth partner with an understanding of that ideal is well placed to help create as positive experience as possible. We Read more [...]

  • Kathryn Beale

    I am a birth and postnatal doula working in and around Swindon. As well as working as a doula I run antenatal workshops, a free antenatal support group called ‘Optimums-To-Be’ and a homebirth support group called ‘Swindon Homebirthers’. I hire out TENS machines and birthpools. I have recently completed my breastfeeding counsellor training and and in my probabtionary period. I have trained as a maternity and nursing bra fitter. I am also a fully qualified babywearing consultant and run Swindon and Devizes Sling Library. As your birth doula I will support you during your pregnancy, labour and birth as well Read more [...]

  • Lisa Harms

    I have been working as a post natal doula for over 10 years almost exclusively with families of new born twins. I provide emotional and practical support from birth for as many months as is needed. I absolutely love my job and feel passionately about supporting new families. I am a twin myself and have 3 children in their late teens. I am happy to work anywhere in the Bristol area and offer a free of charge initial visit that is obligation free.