How do we define a doula?

DONA defines a doula as: a trained professional who provides continuous physical, emotional and informational support to their client before, during and shortly after childbirth to help them achieve the healthiest, most satisfying experience possible.

Matchmakers (and therapists) by trade, we have an eye for detail- and we explore all of them.

Triangle Doulas are known for being:

Calm, centered, and confident.

Warm and nurturing.

Strong advocates for their clients.

Passionate about safety and mindfulness.

“Let me get that for you” attitude.

What falls into the doula bucket?

Supporting parents through delivery and beyond.

Support of the birth partner throughout the birthing process.

Assistance with sibling care throughout the birth process.

Support in learning lactation techniques.

Enrichment of the children’s lives.

Keeping up with tracking baby’s bowel movements, feeding schedule, and sleep habits on an app shared with their employers.

Cooking healthy meals for the kiddos and parents.

Assisting with sleep training.

Assisting with feeding schedules.

Assisting with sanitizing bottles and breast pump parts.

Tidying the home.

Restocking changing table supplies.

Assistance with household chores.

Household laundry.

Changing of linens.

Our doulas usually work for 3-11 weeks within our clients’ households.

Our process is simple:

1. Fill out our application here.

2. We’ll schedule a chat with you to make sure we’re a great fit for your needs. 

3. We’ll meet with you to understand your family and needs.

4. We search for your perfect match.

5. We introduce you to candidates.

6. You pull together your hiring templates and make an offer.

7. We support you after the hire!

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