Help After Birth

Virtual Help

Get skilled help from us with a one-hour telephone session.

1 hour Session | €50

When you book we will ask a few questions to get to know where you’re at before the call. Then we will meet for a full hour to talk about you and your a baby – your birth, postnatal recovery, newborn care, whatever it is you want to talk about. It’s all about you getting practical tips on whatever it is you need help with. After the call we will send an email recapping everything we’ve spoken about, any plans we’ve figured out together and extra resources.

One week later we’ll have a catch up chat to see how you are, how the plans went and if there’s anything else that might help.

These sessions can be good for times when families feel they will benefit from a quick session with a doula, when a family is outside of our catchment area but still wants our support, or when they need immediate support with a specific challenge they are encountering.

Gift Cards Available

Give the thoughtful gift of a helping hand.

Postnatal Doula support is a thoughtful gift of an expert helping hand for a friend, sister, daughter or any expectant mama in your life.

First Steps

How it Works?

Step 1

Book a free

Get in touch to arrange a time that suits you and one of our doulas will talk through our services.


Step 2

See what works
best for you

We’ll help you come up with a support plan the best suits
your needs.

What People Say

Client Testimonials

Honestly say I have come through the first few weeks as a Mum of two feeling empowered and confident that I have got this. I cannot recommend Doula to You enough. I would hire them again in a heartbeat!!! 😃
Second Time Mum
Ceara brought a calmness and a lightness to our newly formed family which helped me enormously in my recovery from giving birth on a physical, emotional and energetic level.
First Time Mum
Eleanor just fit into our family & did whatever needed to be done! Supporting me emotionally, with breastfeeding, feeding me, keeping me hydrated, cleaning, cooking, minding our little one (who is still talking about her), minding my partner, the list goes on.
Second Time Mum