Breastfeeding Support

This two hour session focuses on a new parent and her baby's breastfeeding experience to ensure all is well. This session is held in the comfort of your home, or virtually.

Topics covered:
  • Understand quantity of colostrum your baby will need in the first 24-48 hours

  • Know about normal weight loss and factors that affect it

  • Support your baby to self attach

  • Practice 'biological nurturing' position

  • Assess correct latch

  • Identify good drinking

  • Learn how to use syringe, finger or cup feed, if supplementation is needed

Offered by Debra

Phone: 778-997-0753


Investment: $130     


10% discount for all Doulas of Vancouver birth doula clients.


“I contacted Debra for support with breastfeeding for my son. She worked with us and within a couple of hours my baby was latching well. Debra explained different positions and provided additional online resources for after she left. By the time Debra left, baby and I were successfully breastfeeding. Debra continued to follow-up un-invasively on the days afterwards, which was unexpected but greatly appreciated.

I cannot speak highly enough of Debra and strongly recommend her.”



"Debra came to visit at the hospital and coached me through my struggles with breastfeeding. I was at my wit’s end and she gave me practical tips and gentle guidance when I felt I couldn't breastfeed."



"Debra was a source of ongoing postpartum support – helping us deal with the challenges of having a newborn baby and challenges with breastfeeding. I truly believe that Debra’s assistance and encouragement helped me persevere and eventually thrive with breastfeeding."



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"Birth isn't something we suffer, but something we actively do and exalt in." 

Sheila Kitzinger

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