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Planning an Empowered Birth requires more than simply hiring a doula and a midwife. It also takes the right education and knowing how to position yourself as the decision maker so that you can find that truly mother-centered care you know you deserve! Don’t leave it up to chance! Get the support and education you need for an empowered birth inside our highly engaged Facebook Group where you’ll get live videos every week on everything from pregnancy through postpartum and the first year.
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You and your baby deserve to have an Empowering, Transformative Birth no matter what form that birth takes! When you know your rights, your options, and learn the birth process and how best to support it, you can feel confident taking charge in your pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and beyond into your parenting journey!
It all started with a birth that didn’t go as planned, and turned into a passion to educate, empower, and encourage new parents and those wanting a better experience for a subsequent birth to Take Charge and learn their rights, their options, and feel confident in making choices right for THEM!
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Part of the signature Take Charge System is to ensure that your partner receives the support they need! That means your job, as the birth partner, is extremely important! Whether you identify as “dad”, “mom”, or are a friend or relative of someone currently expecting, Empowering Moms will provide you with the resources you need to best support your loved one in their pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and parenting journey.
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On June 1, 2019 I delivered my 8 lb 1 oz baby girl at 41 + 2 and it was a very successful VBA2C! Without the information I got I would not have had the confidence to advocate for myself the way I did. I had such a supportive husband and medical team on my side and everyone cheering me on right until the end which made it even more special. Being informed made all the difference. Thank you again.
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My hope is that people find your services before they give birth and learn well in advance about the pitfalls of the hospital birthing system, informed consent and unnecessary interventions. Thank you Carly for your ongoing efforts to educate families and advocate for women and babies. Your insightful work makes a difference in decision making and ultimately saves lives!
Empower Your Birth
- The 5 Key Elements to an Empowered BirthWhen I was pregnant with my first baby I set out with one mission in mind: I wanted a relatively pain-free birth, and I wanted to do it at home where I felt safest. My reasons for this were pretty simple back then. I hate needles I didn’t want to stay overnight in the hospitalContinue reading “The 5 Key Elements to an Empowered Birth”
- How to Get Over Your Fear of BirthWhen I think back to what “went wrong” with my first birth and what can “go wrong” for so many new mothers, they all have one thing in common: We didn’t know what we didn’t know. I touched on this a little bit in my previous post, but what I didn’t talk about was howContinue reading “How to Get Over Your Fear of Birth”
- What You Really Need To Learn To Plan a Better BirthIf I were to ask you what book to read prepare for pregnancy and birth, which one would you recommend? Chances are that unless you’ve spent a lot of time in a birth community for Empowered Moms, or happen to have doulas for friends, you might tell me about the most popular pregnancy book inContinue reading “What You Really Need To Learn To Plan a Better Birth”
About Empowering Moms
Empowering Moms Pregnancy & Birth Education is an online resource for pregnancy, birth, and postpartum.
Our materials, resources, and services inform expecting parents of their rights, options, alternatives, and how to advocate for themselves in their maternity care and create a more supportive environment and dialogue with their care providers and support network.
We do not give medical or legal advice however we may be able to connect you with the professionals should you need additional help or resources of this nature.