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Amy S.

Postpartum Doula, Overnight Care

2 years of experience | 6 families served

Lives in Winthrop, MA


$25 per hour
Daytime minimum 4 hours per visit
Overnight minimum 10 hours per visit


Daytime Sat- Sun 8am-5pm
Evenings Mon-Fri 4.30-8.30pm
Overnight care All nights available

Experience & Education

  • Long Island Doula Association, Inc., (LIDA), March 2017
  • Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association (CAPPA), May 2020
  • Childbirth and Postpartum Professional Association (CAPPA), June 2020

BA/BS in Religious Studies, minor in Biochemistry, Hofstra University

Professional Experience

Baby Mavens 2021-Present

Languages Spoken
  • English
  • Areas Served

    Greater Boston and North Shore

    What can I help out with?

    General Postpartum Care

    • Help with healing, recovery, and encouragement
    • Care for the newborn in the Fourth Trimester
    • Infant sleep and feeding support
    • Infant soothing techniques
    • Unlimited text, phone, and email support between visits
    • Information, resources, and referrals
    • Help with errands, light meals & snacks
    • Light baby related house-keeping and organization

    Sunrise Doula (6AM – 10AM)

    • Care for baby while parents sleep after a long night
    • Light chores, meals, and snacks prepared as desired

    Overnight Doula (booked in 10 or 12 hr visits)

    • Full nights sleep for parents
    • Care for baby while parents sleep
    • Light chores such as baby laundry and sterilizing bottles & pumps

    Health Precautions & Exposure

    I’m working with one family as a nanny to their toddler through June 2021.

    Introduce yourself!
    I am a birth doula, infant care specialist and a night nanny who is currently also working toward certification in postpartum doula care and childbirth education. I moved to Boston from New York right before the pandemic! I received my certification as a birth doula with the Long Island Doula Association about four years ago and have since been present at a multitude of births. I did all of this while studying at Hofstra University. I received my Bachelor's degree in Religious Studies with a minor in Biochemistry that has allowed me to provide culturally competent care with experience in scientific research that continues to allow to me to critically read contemporary research to guide my evidence based care. My continued training has allowed me to provide trauma informed care as well as a multitude of comfort measures.

    How do you help new parents?
    I believe that the need for caring, sensitive and knowledgeable support during this time is becoming more and more apparent. I see the journey through pregnancy, birth, and into parenthood to be incredibly special and incredibly personal. As a Doula I offer unwavering support to you and your family before, during, and after the birth. I feel honored to be able to contribute my expertise to expectant individuals and their families in the Greater Boston and North Shore areas.

    Why did you pursue this career?
    I began my journey as a doula in college, when I originally volunteered to help families during the transition to parenthood. As I began to learn more and more about providing this care, I came to fall in love with helping new parents thrive.


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