Ep. 70: “What we do is making a big difference…don’t be afraid to make this a business!” Featuring Anna Siebert
Aussie Anna Siebert wears many hats- she is a doula, childbirth educator, meditation facilitator, and storyteller extraordinaire. Be sure to listen in to our podcast episode today, where she shares in wonderful detail the ‘movie moment’ she experienced with a client, as well as tips, strategies, resources and more!
Dearest Doula Community, Anna shares her insights and journeys on the dearest doula podcast today! Click HERE to listen on itunes or simply press play below!
Anna shares with us her:
Elevator Speech and Origin Story
Moment of Struggle
As a birth worker, one may worry about how we would handle witnessing our clients undergo trauma. Anna bravely shares her testimony, and how both she and her client were able to heal.
“I was meant to be right here, right now”
Anna takes us right back to the exact moment she realized this was the type of work for her in delightful detail. This is a great story folks, don’t miss it!
Biggest Strength & Weakness as a Birth Worker
Recommended Resources & Interview Links
Also, Anna’s must-have item? Her absolute faith in her clients!
You can connect with Aubre through her website, http://www.annasiebert.org
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