Kim Harris Doula Services
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Kim Harris, Statesboro Birth Doula - Home

I am a certified birth doula with DONA International. I serve pregnant people and their partners in the greater Statesboro-Bulloch County area and surrounding region as they develop their desired birth experiences. My support nurtures your sense of confidence, satisfaction, and overall well-being as clients embrace the next phase of their emerging experiences.

Serving individuals and families with continuous support through their desired birth experiences.

I serve pregnant people and their partners in the greater Statesboro-Bulloch County area and surrounding region as they develop their desired birth experiences. As my client, I offer you encouraging, comforting, and informing support through individualized, continuous attention that affirms personal birth choices. My support nurtures your sense of confidence, satisfaction, and overall well-being as you embrace the next phase of your emerging experience.

 

Contact

kimharrisdoula@gmail.com

(334) 744-1730

 

 
Photo courtesy of Oak and Honey Photography

Photo courtesy of Oak and Honey Photography

Why a doula?

As conceived by DONA International, a birth doula “is a trained professional who provides continuous physical, emotional, and informational support to a mother before, during, and shortly after childbirth [as she achieves] the healthiest, most satisfying experience possible.”

A doula thus serves as a constant labor companion whose only focus is you, as the birthing person, and your experience during pregnancy, labor, and birth. This service hearkens to the normalcy, benefit, and importance of nurturing care and support during these life stages. It likewise perfectly complements and enhances the care provided by your maternity care providers.

Still curious?

 

 
 
Individuals caring for laboring women should remind themselves that the birth experience is a long-term memory . . . The difference between negative and positive memories of the birth experience depends not only on a healthy outcome but also on a process in which the woman was respected, nurtured, and aided.
— Penny Simkin
 
 

 

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