Stevie Rose Doula
Certified Postpartum Doula
Due to the Global Pandemic COVID-19, I have had to scale back on bookings to offer only overnight support and appreciate your patience and willingness to work with me to find a support plan that fits the needs of your family.
I am still able to offer in person postpartum support and I have introduced additional safety measures both in my home and the homes of my clients. I would be happy to discuss it with you in more detail.
I grew up here in San Diego County. I became a mother at a young age, and quickly become a mother of five. I learned first hand the importance of support during the postpartum period.
Throughout the years I have learned so much with my own children, however it was not nearly as much as I learned once I became a Postpartum Doula.
In 2018 I trained with CAPPA to become a Postpartum Doula. I am now a CAPPA Certified Postpartum Doula, and have served over 20 families. Which have included: multiples, babies with disabilities, preemies, and singletons. I am listed on the California Trustline Registry for added security and trust. I am a member of the San Diego Birth Network. As many parents know there is always new and updated information when it comes to the care of a newborn, that is why I continue my education by reading postpartum-related books, and taking courses to help serve my families.
Watching families grow, and people become parents for the first, second or even third time has been a joy. I can truly say that I love what I do!
In my free time I enjoy spending quality time with my family; watching movies, swimming, hiking, and exploring San Diego.
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As a Postpartum Doula I work with families in the postpartum period; offering support, information, instruction, comfort, and referrals as needed. My role as a Postpartum Doula is to support the mother’s recovery, give instruction on infant care and feeding, and assist with household organization.
Household assistance (light dishes, baby's laundry).
Assist with household and nursery organization.
Support and assist with infant feeding.
Breastfeeding assistance, emotional support.
Provide non-biased emotional, physical, and informational support during the postpartum period.
Support the physical and emotional healing of the mother.
Provide support to the new mother’s partner and/or family.