Birth Doula Services

DC Birth Doulas will help you get the information you need to make informed and confident decisions throughout your pregnancy and birth. We work together with your support team to provide emotional support and physical comfort measures to help you have the best birth possible – to set you up for success as a new parent.

Birth Doula Service Package: $1,850


Kelsey Virtual Prenatal Appointment

Pregnancy Support

  • 6 hr Comprehensive birth class
  • Pregnancy peer support circle
  • Custom birth preparation toolkit
  • Unlimited availability via email and phone
  • 2-hr prenatal consultations
  • Informational emails and resources


Birth Support

  • Early labor phone/video coaching
  • Pre and Post-Op support for Cesarean births
  • Continuous birth support
  • Positions for comfort and progress, breathing and mindfulness
  • Advocacy support – elevating your voice and concerns in the birth space
  • Assistance with pain management
  • Immediate post-birth support and infant feeding


Postpartum Support

  • In-home or virtual postpartum consultation
  • Postpartum Peer Support Circles
  • Informational and emotional text support
  • 3- hr Postpartum recovery, newborn care and infant feeding classes (starting January 2022)
  • Referrals to resources


RSVP to our next Meet the Doulas Event

Why work with a doula team rather than a solo doula? Read more here. We have two doula teams ready to support you, one team supports births in DC/VA and the other team supports births in DC/MD. Our doulas have foundational instruction as professional birth doulas, additional advanced birth-related skills training and years of birth experience. Our team members also continue to attend monthly company wide in-service educational workshops. It is our privilege to provide you with the highest quality support in the DMV area. Please REGISTER for our FREE Meet the Doulas event below.

DC Birth Doulas donates 2% of all revenue to promote reproductive health equity, including training and financially supporting birth workers from BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities.