My mission is to offer counseling, support, evidence based information, and help to pregnant and chest/breastfeeding parents during the period in their lives that can be both monumentally exquisite and yet overwhelmingly fragile. I approach birth and breastfeeding from a place of acceptance. I do not tell parents what they “should” or “shouldn’t” do. Rather, I listen to the needs of the parent and baby, so we may find a comfortable plan that feels right. None of us are alike. Each parent and baby are individuals with unique circumstances, and they ought to be treated with consideration for their specific needs as well as respect for their religious and cultural beliefs. My mission is to help make possible a gentle transition from being pregnant to becoming a chest/breastfeeding parent. I continue to support my clients throughout their chest/breastfeeding experience and beyond.