Mountains and river

Jessie Anna Groneman

Contact Info

Mother Courage
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TURNERS FALLS
Massachusetts
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413-362-9177
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Pioneer Valley, Brattleboro, Southern New Hampshire
Jessie Anna Groneman

Professional Qualifications

$25-$40 per hour
1998
Baystate Franklin Medical Center, Baystate Medical Center, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Cooley Dickinson Hospital, Holyoke Medical Center, Home Birth, Out-of-Hospital Birth Center
Babywearing Support, Bellycasting, Blessingways/Mother Blessings, Breastfeeding Support, Fertility Support, Homebirth, LGBTQ+ Families, Meal Preparation, Nutrition, Optimal Fetal Positioning, Placenta Encapsulation, Single Parents, Special Spiritual/Religious Needs, Teen Parents, Trauma Informed Care, Twins/Multiples, Unmedicated Birth, Vaginal Birth After Cesarean, Waterbirth

Helping you weave a web of support through postpartum doula care, postpartum care mentoring (see below), herbal consultation, birth process sessions, and postpartum healing rituals.

I have been attending births as a birth and postpartum Doula and Midwife for 20 years. I am currently offering postpartum doula care, postpartum care mentoring for friends and families of birthing mothers, herbal consultation, birth process sessions, and postpartum healing rituals.

I have a particular interest in teaching friends and family members how to directly support the postpartum mother with special foods and herbs, belly binding, vaginal steams and bodywork as they gently and slowly transition out of their fourth trimester and beyond. I offer full-spectrum postpartum care, as well as postpartum care mentoring for friends and families. This means that, instead of offering all of the care myself and charging thus as is the case with full-spectrum postpartum care, I offer education, on-going support and mentoring to a birthing mother's family and community of choice, such that THEY learn to create the web of support that is necessary for a mother to thrive. I am looking forward to growing the mentoring side of my business as a way to increase access to postpartum support (the overall cost is often much less) as well as to help re-weave a thriving postpartum culture so that mom's, babies, families and our world can benefit from the gifts and strength of a mother (and baby ) who has been well-nurtured through and beyond the 4th trimester.  Our world needs strong and whole mothers ..... as well as children, and ultimately adults, who are loved by such mothers! 

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Jessie Anna Groneman