I feel like I’m waking up from a dream-like fog, and wanted to say the hugest of thanks to you for supporting us so much during labour and birth, I never once felt alone or isolated, I always felt held even when I was scared or felt I couldn’t do it ... thank you from the bottom of my heart!
Alice, mum to baby O
Hello, my name is Sophie and I live in Stockbridge, Hampshire with my husband and three small people. I am a Birth and Postnatal Doula and I support families before, during and after a birth. If I can enable a woman to have a positive experience where she has felt informed and empowered, confident and cared for, then I’m happy. Working with wonderful women and their families is a true pleasure for me and It’s often difficult for me to say ‘goodbye’ when my time with them comes to an end (as a result I’m still in touch with all of them and tend to drink far too much coffee). Please feel free to have a look around my website, but there is no substitute for a chat! If you’d like to know more or arrange to interview me then please give me a call.
I can wholeheartedly recommend Sophie. She is a lovely, kind, happy person and I don’t know how we would have managed without her over the last few months.
Nicky, mum to baby G
As a Doula I offer continuous physical and emotional support throughout a birth and often afterwards in the home. The word ‘support’ means many things in my line of work… if women need information, I give it. If they need to be listened to, I stop, sit and listen to them. If they need some dinner, I cook. If they need a massage, a bath run and a wash put on, no problem! As a Doula, I offer three different ways of working: Purely Birth, Purely Postnatal or Both Please! Please see below for more details on all three.
I feel like I clicked with Sophie instantly, it seems like I’ve known her for far longer than I actually have. During labour having Sophie around was amazing as having a third person with us kept us as calm and relaxed as we could be.
Kristina, mum to baby S