They create incredible content and you can learn so much, even if you don’t have much time.
@docanddoula, OBGYN & Doula An OBGYN and doula sit down podcast style to discuss common problems with over medicalization of birth, problems with the system and how OBGYNS are trained, how consent matters, why a doula can positively impact your birth, and VBAC advice.
@birthifyofficial (Brand/Company) Their content is about ways to avoid a cesarean, common traps in maternity care, risks of induction, and avoiding birth trauma. Birthify is a paid service that offers 1-on-1 support to help navigate pregnancy and postpartum, but their TikTok is full of excellent free information.
@mydoulagr, Emily Retzlaff Emily is a birth doula based in West Michigan who has incredible tips and ideas for labor, answers questions, and acts out various scenarios you might encounter during labor.
@mrs.unitedstates2020, Caitlyn Schollmeier Caitlyn is a labor & delivery nurse, doula, student midwife and creator of the viral Lila labor gown. She talks about real scenarios in the hospital, informed consent, and why providers hate birth plans.
Portland Birth Photographer
Birth Doula & Videographer
Natalie Broders is a birth photographer, birth filmmaker and birth doula located in Portland, Oregon. She lives on a farm with her husband and 2 kids. They raise chickens and love to garden. Natalie loves babywearing, cloth diapering and is passionate about her work as an advocate for birthing people. She had one of her babies at a birth center and her second baby was born at home, in water.