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All About Doulaship Podcast

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This Podcast is created for the new, prospective, senior birthworker and everyone in between that wants to hear interviews with some of the inspiring workers in our field. Our goal is to spread the knowledge and grow the community to provide support for those birthworkers who need it.Want to hear more about a specific topic?Would you like to request a speaker, or volunteer to come on the show yourself?Just want to share how much you are loving the show?Leave me a question or comment and we will do our best to address it on the air!


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Recent Episodes

I Can Do Anything for Five Minutes
Today we talk with Jenifer Kula all about her pathway to becoming a doula, finding mentors, and doula business classes. Jenni Kula is a birth and postpartum doula and owner of Mindful Mama Birth Services. As a doula, she provides physical, emotional, and informational support to families through pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and parenting. Jenni believes that pregnancy and birth call us to become mindful of our body, our baby, and our intuition. She provides evidence-based information to help families make choices for their unique birth experience and believes that peace on earth begins at birth.Website: mindfulmamabirthservices@gmail.comQuote: "It's only two minutes, you're a badass, you can do anything for two minutes."Book: My Cesarean by Amanda Fields and Rachel MoritzIf you'd like to chat or be interviewed please feel free to contact me at
One Doula's Journey
Today we talked with Kayla Rogers from Divine Lotus Doula Services. She was born and raised in Buffalo and reside there with her husband and 3 daughters. She  decided to become a Doula while pregnant with my second daughter, after having an amazing homebirth with her first. She started on her path to be  a Certified birth doula with DONA in 2016 officially becoming certified in 2017. Since then she has also become a Postpartum Doula and has enrolled in the Medicaid Doula Pilot program.We talked all about the many pathways to becoming a doula and the different ways the birth community is gathering this summer. Her book recommendation is Placenta: The Forgotten Chakra Kayla also discussed the NYS Doula Pilot Program with Shannon Johns as the main doula contact in the Buffalo area.If you'd like to talk more about any of these topics or would like to be interviewed please visit our facebook page or send and email to
The Birthwork Cycle
Today we talk with Nichole Virag. Nichole is a birth doula and birth photographer here in WNY. Before birth work she worked with trauma survivors as a social worker and that work really informs what she does as a doula. Then she started doing birth photography as a way to help families who want to process their births through images instead of words. We talked about many things but I especially want to detail here the different tools that she uses within her birthwork. Dubsado is her client management program that allows her to invoice, email, and keep her to-do list organized. Wave Financial's mobile application is what she uses to track her personal and business finances. Lastly she uses Squarespace as her website host. Nichole's book recommendation for couples is The Birth Partner by Penny SimkinHer book recommendation for Doulas is Birth Work as Care Work by Alana ApfelWebsite: 
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Jun 29th, 2018
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Jun 15th, 2019
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