Personalized Labor Support and Birth Doula for Home, Hospital or Birth Center
Kenya believes in thoughtful planning, education and relationship building to ensure a positive and satisfying birth experience for every family she serves. A snapshot of services is listed below and references are available upon request. Visit Kenya's DoulaMatch profile to learn more.
DONA Certified Birth Doula
Private in-home birth planning and education sessions for expectant families, including useful, easy to read handouts and resources
Personalized birth support, including help laboring at home, continuous assistance at the birth, and partner coaching
Customized postpartum support for families, including planning for the 4th trimester, help with breastfeeding or nursing, and processing the birth experience
Birth Locations Attended:
George Washington University Hospital (GW) - 7 births
Holy Cross Hospital - 4 births
Howard County General - 1 birth
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital (Reservoir Rd) - 2 births
MedStar Washington Hospital Center (Irving St) - 5 births
Shady Grove Hospital - 9 births
Sibley - 3 births
Special Beginnings Birth & Women's Center - 1 birth
Virginia Hospital Center - 2 births
NYC/Brooklyn - 2 births, including 1 home birth
Kenya's services, time spent with families, and the attention to compassionate care are exceptional. Fees are reflective of the high quality of service each family will receive.
Payable in one lump sum or 3 installments of $400.
Acceptable forms of payment include cash, check, PayPal or Venmo.
Add doula support services to a baby shower wish list or gift registry to help cover the cost.
As stated in the DONA International Code of Ethics, Kenya believes in a doula for every woman who wants one and will work with each family to make that happen. Any adjustment to fees may be discussed and determined during initial consultation.
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