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Testimonials:

“The environment and the people that comprise our birthing experience make all of the difference. The feeling of safety and security is the most important. I felt exactly that with Katriel as my midwife. I was confident in her skills clinically and appreciated how she met me where I was at during every prenatal appointment and during birth. I highly recommend her as a midwife! We are so grateful that she was the one to help bring our baby girl into the world.”

Monica S

“Thanks for going above and beyond and below and sideways. And all the other ways you need to bend! Thank you for being and advocate of autonomous birth. You are an amazing woman! You are the heart of midwifery!”

Martha G

“So speaking as a husband,… I would definitely highly recommend Katriel! She did an excellent job keeping my wife and I informed educated and being available for communication. I wasn’t sure to begin with whether she would want me to just wait on the sidelines because she had an assistant but it was very natural and organic the way she encouraged me to support my wife and to be her doula. I didn’t have to ask permission, nor did I feel like I had to ask for forgiveness. I wasn’t treated as if I was in the way. 

She was prepared for emergencies and difficult situations she had the plans and equipment to make sure things were taken care of. However, everything went very well and all was as easy as could be.”

Rudy D

“Thank you for being fearlessly you. You are doing great things.”

Zach G

Frequently Asked

What is the difference between a nurse and a midwife?

A doula is hired by the pregnant person to support them during labor. A doula does not have any medical training and works primarily with comfort measures and moral support. A midwife has medical training and is a primary care provider during the childbearing period.

Is homebirth safe?
Homebirth is a safe option for low risk healthy pregnancies that carry to full term. The Simply Birth midwives monitor your risk factors during pregnancy, labor, and postpartum to insure everyone is kept safe. To learn more about the safety of homebirth, check out these studies.
What does a midwife do when labor occurs?

We come to your house and support you throughout active labor including monitoring you and your baby for any risk factors. We believe in you and your ability to give birth and it is our privilege to keep your space safe.

Can midwives give epidurals?
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What is the difference between a doula and a midwife?

A doula is hired by the pregnant person to support them during labor. A doula does not have any medical training and works primarily with comfort measures and moral support. A midwife has medical training and is a primary care provider during the childbearing period.

Midwifery Services

Preconception Counseling

Instructions to guide your lifestyle and diet and make the right choices during pregnancy.

Birth at Home

Landbirth or waterbirth, our experienced midwifes with you every step of the way!

Monitrice Care

Monitrice is for personalized, in home care, but don’t feel comfortable delivering at home.

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