I can’t recommend Lynne enough. She was wonderfully calm, nurturing and reassuring. She listened to my fears and concerns after my previous traumatic birth and both my partner and I felt supported throughout.
— Zia, Devon
I would love to be your Doula!
As a qualified Nurse, Midwife and Specialist Community Health Nurse, I am able to support you. I have a BSc. (Hons) in Health Studies (first class) and a PGDip in Specialist Community Public Health (with distinction). I have knowledge and experience and am competent as an advocate.
What is a
A doula provides continuous support for the whole family through pregnancy, birth and the early days of parenthood. Filling a role that new mothers and families have always needed, we are there to listen, give confidence and not judge.
Why have a doula?
The evidence shows that having a doula can mean:
Reduced risk of Caesarean birth
Reduced need for painkillers/epidural during birth
Reduced rate of induction of labour
Increased parental satisfaction with the birth experience