Ask A Doula

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Murmur says
The word "doula" comes from the ancient Greek, meaning "a woman who serves," and is now used to refer to a trained and experienced professional who provides continuous physical, emotional and informational support to the mother before, during and just after birth.

A full spectrum doula brings the doula model of care to people across the full spectrum of pregnancy experiences, including abortion, adoption, surrogacy, miscarriage and stillbirth. Full Spectrum Doulas also plays a key role in national advocacy efforts to support grassroots full spectrum doula organizations and to raise awareness about full spectrum doulas as a valuable support source for pregnant people. Full Spectrum Doulas strive to foster a culture that trusts people and their inherent strength to make the best reproductive decisions for themselves.

Join us Wednesday night for an opportunity to listen and discuss the role of a doula in reproductive health. Ceylan Odunkesenler, a practicing doula, will be present to answer questions, share experiences, & provide insight on ways to improve bodily autonomy when navigating your healthcare options.
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