The TLC Doula Group A group of like minded doulas working together to provide education, guidance and when your time comes – emotional and physical support to you and your family. We seek to reconnect you with your body’s wisdom and the essential emotional support of a clan of women during pregnancy, labor and birth.
Nine Months and Counting TLC Doula Dorin Jordan teaches a 12 week Bradley Method Class designed and proven to help you and your partner achieve natural childbirth. I’ve personally taken Dorin’s class and she is an amazing teacher. As a doula and mother of three she brings a unique and often very humorous perspective on childbirth and parenthood. Classes are held in The Heights.
Labor Enabler™ Kathleen Wilson, TLC Doula extraordinaire. Kathleen created the Rebel Birth childbirth curriculum and teaches out of her headquarters in Spring, TX, The Haven. She’s also kind of a big deal.
Urban Curandera The amazing Rowan TwoSisters LMT also of the TLC Doula group. Body work for pregnancy, postpartum and every phase of life. Visit her site for more information and to book appointments. Tell her I sent you!
Anne Belk Bradley Method natural childbirth classes with Anne Belk. Anne is a great teacher that encourages couples to be informed on all of their childbirth options. Her students have been some of my favorite clients because they are always so well prepared for childbirth. Classes held in Kingwood, The Heights and inner loop.
Brandie Mitchell, RN Well Family is an integrative health + wellness practice that offers services for the whole family. Her prenatal massage are amazing!
Postpartum Doula: Your Unicorn Doula PJ Barnett is a loving and nurturing postpartum doula and lactation educator. Her services also include meal prep and baking according to your dietary needs. She offers free consultations and serves Central and North Houston. Give her a call and tell her I sent you!
BABES Bay Area Breastfeeding and Education Services. Misti and Leah are both IBCLCs (International Board Certified Lactation Consultants) with a passion for helping babies and moms navigate their way through the natural process of breastfeeding. These ladies offer in home or hospital consultation as well as private or group classes. Call them before you baby arrives to ensure the best start to your breastfeeding adventures. Let them know I sent you!
The Center for Postpartum Family Health A wonderful local resources that offers services include, individual and family counseling, psychotherapy, screening and assessment for perinatal challenges and free support groups. Services offered on a sliding scale.
Houston Area La Leche League Education, information, support, and encouragement to women who want to breastfeed.
Wolf and Scamp Seriously cute custom clothing from one of our Village mamas. This stuff is amazing!
Spinning Babies Easier Childbirth with Optimal Fetal Positioning!
Science & Sensibility A Research Blog About Healthy Pregnancy, Birth & Beyond
Evidence Based Birth If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, Evidence Based Birth gives you a starting point to find evidence about your options during childbirth, and a way to start conversations with your healthcare providers about those options. Free, evidence-based printables are written in the language of your providers, but so that you and your significant others can understand, too.
Advocacy / Reproductive Justice
Radical Doula A movement dear to my heart and the term used to describe doula care over the full spectrum of pregnancy options, outcome and birth activism as part of a movement for Reproductive Justice.
Shades of Blue Project The Shades of Blue Project is dedicated to helping minority women who are suffering from postpartum depression and/or anxiety. We are dedicated to helping women before, during and after child-birth with mental health advocacy, treatment and support. Our goal is to reach women globally helping to restore them mentally, physically and spiritually.
Black Mamas Matter Black Mamas Matter Alliance is a Black women-led cross-sectoral alliance. We center Black mamas to advocate, drive research, build power, and shift culture for Black maternal health, rights, and justice.