A few months back, I had the honor of speaking at the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture Fall Conference on a panel entitled "On Death and Natural Evils." I spoke about miscarriage and the Fall, specifically addressing some of the pain points that I and other loss parents can encounter in Catholic discussions… Continue reading My conference talk on miscarriage and the Fall
It's been an amazing year for my small business, and I'm so grateful for all your support! Here's a quick wrap-up.
I'm excited to announce that I have earned my birth doula certification with DONA International! I've been a certified birth doula for a while, but I wanted to earn the DONA International certification for a couple of reasons: First, DONA International is a part of all of the national and state-level conversations about insurance coverage… Continue reading I’m a certified doula — again!
Here's my recommendation for a massage therapist in the Michiana area.
I was very honored to be featured in a recent article for Today's Catholic, about my work as a bereavement doula.
Introducing the latest class offering from Abby the Sociologist Doula: Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss.
Going "on call" can look different for each individual doula. For me, being on call means...
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"Not sure if this is something you're willing to talk about, but what's it like having a nursling while being a doula?"
Oh, I'm willing to talk about it! Curious? Read on!