Archive for ‘Northeast Wisconsin’

07/15/2007

Jill Coulter

dsc_0048.JPGCPM, LM
Birthwise Health and Birth Center
Midwife
Area Served: Northeast Wisconsin
920-993-9857
midwifejill@sbcglobal.net
www.wisconsinbirthcenter.com

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07/12/2007

Cathleen Grunwaldt

The Doula Advantage
Area served: Northeast Wisconsin
920-883-6807
cgrunt@aol.com

07/05/2007

Kathy Tellstrom

kdoula.jpgCD,CLD,CPD,DIP CBEd Parent Educator (Teen Support)
Door County Doula
Childbirth Education, Birth Preparation, Birth Support, Breastfeeding Assistance, Postpartum Assistance, Parenting Skills, Specialized Teenage Support, Perinatal Bereavement Support
Area Served: Door, Kewaunee, Brown Counties
(920)743 – 6955
doorcountydoula@yahoo.com
http://www.doorcountydoula.com

I believe in a personal approach to your birth and parenting experience. This is your body, your baby and your journey. I look forward to assisting you while you discover your path towards becoming a parent.

07/03/2007

Marijke van Roojen

mvr-and-laiba1LM, CPM
BirthWise Health and Birth Center
920-574-3074
www.wisconsinbirthcenter.com
Serving Northeast Wisconsin including Appleton, Oshkosh, Green Bay, Door County

Our services include individualized and comprehensive prenatal care, birth attendance at home or in the birth center, water birth, lactation support, and postpartum care for you and your baby.

We believe that the birth experience belongs to you and your intimate family. We encourage you to be an active participant in your own healthcare and will make every effort to provide you with information and education regarding all options, so that you can make truly informed choices about your care.

There is an inherent perfection in childbearing and birth as a significant life process, one which does best without interference. We understand that attempts to control the process inevitably alters it, and frequently may harm a delicate balance. We embrace non-intervention consciously, quietly witnessing and facilitating the spontaneous process of pregnancy, labor and birth, utilizing interventions only as truly necessary for the safety and well-being of mother and child.

Our practice reflects an awareness and integration of cultural standards, midwifery and medical standards and an ability to network with available social and health care services and resources as needed.