doulas, midwives, networks, parents, publications/reviews

Debra Pascali Bonaro review

“I love Adela’s book.

Gentle Birth Companions captures the heart, passion and sacred path that doulas hold in supporting women and their families through out time. The perfect blend of her-story with science, showing the doulas role and importance today as she helps us re-discover the value of female companionship during childbirth. If you are pregnant, thinking of hiring a doula, becoming a doula or are involved in maternity care today, Adela’s book is essential to help you reconnect the circle of support in childbirth that provides an essential ingredient for a safe, fulfilling birth experience.”

Debra Pascali-Bonaro, Director of the documentary and Co-Author of Orgasmic Birth: Your Guide to a Safe, Satisfying and Pleasurable Birth Experience, DONA International Doula Trainer and Lamaze International Childbirth Educator http://www.debrapascalibonaro.com

 

publications/reviews

Gentle Birth Companions – review from www.naturalchildbirth.co

Lovely review of Gentle Birth Companions by Sarah Buchanan of Natural Childbirth

Check out this inspiring new website dedicated to supporting and informing expectant and new parents, childbirth supporters and maternity healthcare professionals alike.

Thank you Sarah!

http://www.naturalchildbirth.co/uk/products/15-book-reviews/89-gentle-birth-companions-by-adela-stockton.html

doulas, midwives, parents, publications/reviews

Birth Space, Safe Place: emotional wellbeing through pregnancy and birth

Written for mothers and fathers-to-be, my new book reflects ways of protecting gentle birth. It tells of the role of doula (childbirth companion) and the benefits of lay support. It supports you to discover your birth journey in the way that is right for you.
“Every decision to be made during your pregnancy is yours to make. You are always entitled to ask for and pursue the care that you feel is right for you. If at any point you do not have all the facts with which to make a fully informed choice, you can take more time to find out further information before making your final decision.”
“Essentially, your doula is someone you know and trust to uphold your philosophy of birth and parenting, to protect your memories of your birth experience and to assist you in your transition to parenthood in the way that is right for you and your partner. She may also help facilitate communications between you and other caregivers.”
Available from Findhorn Press or Amazon.