Hiring a doula makes a significant difference in a couples labor and birth experience. Many couples report they wished they had used a doula with their first baby, after having a second or third child with a doula present. The doulas listed are all willing to travel and work in both hospital and home settings all over Metro Atlanta and surrounding areas.
Why Do I need a Doula?
A randomized controlled trial.
Kennell J, Klaus M, McGrath S, Robertson S, Hinkley C.
JAMA 1991 May 1;265(17):2197-201
50% reduction in the cesarean rate, 60% reduction in epidural requests, 25% shorter labor, 40% reduction in oxytocin use, 30% reduction in analgesia use, 40% reduction in forceps delivery
Stephanie Banguilan, Gentle Journeys Birthing 678-852-7307 Email
Rachael Cail, CD(DONA) Email 404-370-1111 and 404-502-1003
Kareena Cumberpatch (CAPPA) Doula in the City 954-415-1394
Tracy Cuneo, CD(DONA) Graceful Birthing 678-862-7844
Christian doula, mother of ten children, experience with waterbirths & highrisk pregnancies.
Cynthya Dzialo, CD, (CBI) Happiest Doula 678-575-3742
Whether you are planning an unmedicated birth, cesarean birth or to labor with an epidural, you will benefit from the comfort and support I provide.
Corrinna Edwards, CD, HBCE, PT Ambiance Birth 404-805-2059
As a mother of three, 13, 6 and 4, I value the importance of family and strive to help families give their babies the best start in life, beginning with their birth. I support parent’s informed decisions regardless of where or how they choose to give birth. I have 7 years of experience in hospital births, homebirths, waterbirths, and HypnoBirths.
Pam Roe 404-822-3885 Cell: 770-565-6306
What is Support?
Support is unconditional. It is listening, not
judging, not telling your own story.
Support is not offering advice. It is offering
a touch, a hug, a tissue…caring.
We are here to listen…not to work miracles.
We are here to help women discover what
they are feeling…not to make the feelings
We are here to help a woman identify her
options…not to tell her which options to
We are here to discuss steps with a woman…
not to take steps for her.
We are here to help a woman discover her
own strength…not to rescue her and leave
her still vulnerable.
We are here to help a woman discover she
can help herself…not to take responsibility
We are here to help a woman learn to
choose…not to make it unnecessary for her
to make difficult choices.
Atlanta Birth Coalition created by Corrinna Edwards Website created by Corrinna Edwards