Doulas Collaborating Together
The Virginia Peninsula Doulas is a group of independent, self-employed doulas collaborating together with the goal of supporting one another, organizing community events, and creating this resource. This list includes birth and postpartum doulas that serve clients on the Peninsula and the greater Hampton Roads area, and acts as a resource for pregnant women, healthcare providers, etc. If you are searching for a doula, click on the sections below to get in touch with birth and/or postpartum doulas listed on the site.
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We would love to help you find a doula to serve your specific needs. Fill out this form and we will notify doulas in our group who are available for your due date in your area.
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Meet Our Members
A birth doula provides non-judgmental, physical, informational, emotional, and sometimes spiritual support, guiding you in your birth journey, before, during, and after your pregnancy. A doula is not a medical provider.
A postpartum doula provides support following the birth of your baby. They come to your home, help with light housework, are knowledgable about breastfeeding and many other postpartum issues, guiding you on your adjustment into parenthood.
Become a Member
If you are a doula or doula in training interested in joining, we would love to have you. You must be certified or working on doula certification in order to be added to our Facebook Group. There are many great organizations to help you do that. Please contact us for more information.
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Other Birth Professionals
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Love on Top: Celebrating Black Breastfeeding Week
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Birth Plan 101
K.I.S.S.The K.I.S.S. method is always the way to go when formulating your birth plan. Keeping things clear and simple helps your providers work with you in the delivery room. Complicated or convoluted birth plans generally end up in the trash bin. Nurses, doctors, and...
Preparing for Postpartum: Not Your Typical Baby Registry
We all know the scene; a room full of women - some young, some old - gathered in celebration over the new life that is growing in the mother-to-be's bulging belly. There are normally soft pastel decorations, and cake, and lots of talk of babies and labor and...
Quotes and Affirmations
“If a doula were a drug, it would be unethical not to use it.”
“The temptation to quit will be greatest just before you are about to succeed.”