Piedmont Doulas Can Help You…In person or virtually!

Even with COVID-19 visitor restrictions in place, we are still currently able to support you and your partner in person at these local hospitals and birth centers in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point and Statesville:  Novant Health Forsyth Medical CenterWake Forest Baptist Health, Cone Health Women’s and Children’s Center, High Point Medical Center, and Natural Beginnings Birth & Wellness Center

Help you plan and prepare for the birth you want

Reduce stress and anxiety for you and your partner

Listen to your body and adjust to changes during labor

Manage pain by teaching you and your partner massage, position changes and relaxation techniques

Understand your options during labor

Help your partner support you

Be your “labor and birth best friend”

Adjust to your new life in the weeks following the birth of your baby

Clients Say…

“We were extremely happy with our experience with Piedmont Doulas. We felt supported by them from the initial interview and then all the way through our daughter’s birth. Becky is a veritable guru of all things baby and birth in the Triad, and she leads an incredible team.”

“This team is informed, professional and an extremely valuable resource for your birthing experience.”

“Becky’s calm and comforting persona and expertise was priceless.”

“Cannot thank Margo and Becky enough. They helped my husband and I start to finish with our first hospital birth! They helped me feel I had the support I needed to make decisions about my labor. Also, I was so blessed to be a part of the Mom group following birth where I found lots of support as a brand new first time mother”

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Five Reasons Why We Might be the Right Doulas for You!

Piedmont Doulas are here to support you and the birth you want. More than anything, we want you to feel cared for, supported and nurtured during this journey. Whether you are preparing for an unmedicated birth, water birth, medicated birth or planned Cesarean birth, as your birth doulas we work with you to ensure you have the information you need to feel confident and informed. We have experience working in hospitals and birth centers and can help you navigate the experience wherever and however you choose to give birth. As your postpartum doulas, we are committed to providing you and your family with the best possible care, supporting you in your parenting journey, and helping you feel comfortable and confident in your new role as parents.

Piedmont Doulas is happy to provide birth and postpartum doula services to all types of families throughout the Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point and Statesville areas of NC. We are also excited to offer virtual doula services to anyone, anywhere!  Our focus is providing non-judgmental support for you and your partner during your labor and birth, and also in the postpartum period. Contact us for more information, or for a free consultation.  Are you a phone person?  No problem!  Give us a call at 336-448-4114.  We love to talk.

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Yes!Everyone wants to hold the newborn, a postpartum doula holds the parents too (physically and emotionally). Offering unbiased support, a listening ear, a hug or shoulder to cry on, respecting parental choices and intuitively stepping in to help however needed. #postpartumdoula #doulasupport ...
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Behind every great man is a great woman • As we reflect today about the life of Dr. King let us not forget the women that shared in his toil and lived a life worth noting- particularly the woman who gave life to the icon we remember today •Alberta Williams King is known as having been King’s mother, but even following her son’s assassination in 1968, she has been recognized for her Christian faith and community-based efforts to further the agenda of the Civil Rights Movement. In 1974, as she played the “The Lord’s Prayer” on the organ during Sunday services at Ebenezer Baptist, Alberta Williams King was shot by Marcus Chenault, a 21-year-old man from Ohio who claimed, “All Christians are my enemies” •As the Reverend L.V. Booth reportedly said at her funeral, the woman “sounded no trumpets to call attention to her greatness.” Let us not bury her legacy or the legacy of the man that she raised to fight for what he believed in. I wish we could say that Dr. King’s dream has come true but unfortunately we still have so much work to do • ...
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