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Hey Birth workers, Doulas, Lactation folks and families!!!

One of my FAVOURITE birth workers Jessica Austin from

is offering speaking engagements and I would LOVE to put together a time for her to give a talk to those of us here in Perth (and possibly for others around Australia).

“If Not You, Then Who?: why doulas and other birth workers have more power than what they think and how to use it.”
This is an incredible experience and one that you do not want to miss so:
1. Share in your community.
2. Contact me and let me know your coming.
A Little about Jessica:
Jessica Austin has attended over 500 births (she has lost count) and trains birth workers with the incredible Gloria Lemay. Jessica created the “We Birth at Home” prenatal education that focuses on home birth as the norm in childbirth options, and also offers gentle and informed support for early miscarriage and planned abortion as a part of her practice.

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