FAQ

Birth Doula Services – ?

Due to Covid-19, I am NOW offering virtual birth doula support and remote childbirth classes, coming soon!

Refunds & Cancellations – ?

  • Due to the nature of digital products and services, I cannot offer refunds or cancellations on these for any reason. If you need help opening or saving them, please see below!

Client Responsibilities – ?

  • Kindness counts, always.  The exchange of money between us does not buy either of us the right to be mean.
  • Please communicate your needs clearly; I cannot be held responsible for not knowing what you do not share with me!
  • Please arrive promptly to any classes and appointments, and please be available to answer any scheduled calls.
  • Please understand that your overall satisfaction with my services depends on your willingness to Do The Work!  We can only work miracles if both of us are working at it, Love. 😉

Privacy Policy – ?

  • Upon entering into a professional relationship with you, I may need to collect personal information pertaining to your medical history, pregnancy(s), birth(s), postpartum(s), mental health, and any further information you choose to disclose via forms, email, text, or conversations. You are of course free to refrain from sharing anything of the sort–but it may impact the nature of our work.
  • This information will always be kept confidential, between only you and me.

Terms of Service & Limitations – ?

  • Doulas provide skilled informational, physical, and emotional support.
  • Doulas do not perform any clinical tasks nor do they make medical decisions for you.
  • Doulas do not speak to your care provider FOR you, and will not actively interfere with your care provider’s role.
  • Doulas are not responsible for the clinical outcomes of the births they attend.
  • ALL information provided on this website and within my eCourses, Kits, YouTube videos, is MINE, in other words copyrighted.
  • I do not consent to the free use or distribution of my materials unless explicitly stated within them.
  • You understand and acknowledge that while I AM a trained professional doula and childbirth educator, that I am not infallible, and that it it’s ultimately your responsibility to decide whether my recommendations or advice are worthwhile and helpful FOR YOU and your unique body, pregnancy, baby, and birthing process. Self-care starts with taking responsibility for the information you choose to act on.

Discounts – ?

  • If you have a deployed spouse, or if you are facing a pregnancy loss or termination, please inquire about discounted fees and additional free services.

How to open and save digital products – ?

  • To read PDFs, you’ll need a PDF reader installed on your computer. If you do not have Adobe Reader, you can download it here: http://adobe.com  If you’re on a Mac and have Preview, you won’t need Adobe Reader.If You Have a PC, in most browsers, you can click on the PDF link to view it just like any other website, if you have Adobe Reader installed.Large PDFs may take a long time to load on some computers. If this happens, try downloading it instead, which allows you to store a copy of the file on your computer, and is often easier to load.
  • To download a PDF to your computer, you can right-click or option-click on the link and select “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”.  Then choose a destination to save it to (maybe the Desktop, or the Downloads folder),If You’re on a Mac, In Safari, just clicking on the link will automatically download it to the location on your computer where files are saved. If you want to control where the file goes, you can instead CTRL-click (hold both down at the same time) and choose “Download linked file as” which lets you choose where to save it. Then click Save.In most other browsers like Firefox, clicking on the PDF link will bring up a dialog box asking you if you want to Open or Save the File. Choosing Open will bring it up as a Preview, and choosing Save will save a copy of it to the location designated for your internet files.