Every family will receive a personal, tailored-to-you package. What each family needs of me as a Doula can look completely different! My packages below are a guide, you could have them exactly as they are or change them up.

An initial meeting either on the phone, over zoom or at a local coffee shop will be the first step to make sure I’m the right Doula for you.

What I can offer you as your Doula

  • Antenatal education
  • Continued support via message/phone 
  • Help and support with infant feeding 
  • General advice, and signposting to other services 
  • Making a meal, making sure the whole family is well fed and watered! 
  • Light housework 
  • Emotional support 
  • Taking care of baby or playing with older siblings so you can get some rest or have some time to take care of you 
  • Cloth nappy advice
  • Birth preferences
  • Education/information around looking after a baby
  • What birth could look like for you, using a beaded birth line
  • Attending hospital/midwife appointments
  • Discussing the postnatal period and what to expect
  • Accompanying first outing/breastfeeding away from home
  • Help to create a calm and relaxed birth space
  • Help to include/involve chosen birth partner(s)
  • Aromatherapy and massage during labour

Birth package 

As a trained Continuum Doula my Birth Support package includes 6 antenatal visits, birth support and 6 postnatal visits. This varies from most traditional Doula models, fostering a closer relationship and continuity of care.

6 antenatal visits – contents guided by you. During these visits we will focus on evidence-based research which will enable you to make informed choices for you and your family. 

I will be on call from 37 weeks of pregnancy and remain available 24/7 until the baby has been born. If your baby decides to arrive before 37 weeks I will try my best to support you at the birth still.

During your labour I will be there to hold a safe space and assist you in any way that I can. 

6 postnatal visits 

We’ll plan these visits together, and I’ll be with you 2-3 hours each time. I recommend scheduling the first visit within 24 to 48 hours after baby’s birth, so I can help you with feeding support and anything else you and your family need.

The second visit is usually on day 4 or 5, and the rest we can organise week-by-week – as frequently as you need them.

With both my packages, you also have the option to book extra hours and night support.

Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional or midwife. You can find more information about my qualifications and training, on my ‘About me‘ page.


Postnatal package 

1 antenatal planning visit 

During this antenatal visit, we’ll get our heads together to discuss how you’d like me to support you during the postnatal period. That way, we’ll be all ready when baby arrives. It’s also a great chance to ask me any questions you might have about what to expect or services you’re interested in.

3-4 postnatal visits

My first postnatal visit would ideally be within the first week of baby being born. After that, it’s up to you how often you’d like me to come by and how long you want me to stay each time.

 With both my packages, you also have the option to book extra hours and night support.

Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional or midwife. You can find more information about my qualifications and training, on my ‘About me‘ page.


Other services

Additional visits

If you start to feel like you could use some extra time, you can book additional hours with me on a flexible basis. Visits are always a minimum of two hours.

These hours can be booked antenatally or postnatally, whenever you need them.

If you’re within 15 miles of my home in S81, mileage for these additional visits is free of charge. After 15 miles, I charge £0.50 per mile to help with time and fuel costs.

Night support

£30 per hour (min. 4 hours)

I can also lend a hand at night, from 8pm to 7am. For existing clients, this costs £30 per hour for a minimum of 4 hours.


If you’re not an existing client, I might still be able to help you! Get in touch and we can chat.


I am a qualified Hypnobirthing instructor and I completed my training in May 2023 with The Birth Uprising. I view hypnobirthing as a complete antenatal course, and in my sessions you will learn not only all about Hypnobirhting but also pregnancy and what to do when baby arrives! We will cover topics such as;

  • The science behind birth
  • Birth planning and preferences
  • Inductions, caesareans and physiological birth
  • Your rights and decision making
  • Breathing and other hypnobirthing techniques
  • Feeding your baby

My in person group classes are held 3-4 times a year, drop me a message or check my instagram for the latest dates and locations. 

If your interested in 1-to-1 in person or zoom classes, then also drop me a message.