Ep. 86: “Just Keep At It…Be Authentically You!” Featuring Mandolin Restivo-Walsh
In this latest Dearest Doula podcast episode, we are joined by doula and childbirth educator Mandolin Restivo-Walsh!
In addition to being a doula and childbirth educator, Mandolin is also a professor of women studies, and the the co-creator of ‘Birth Languages’. She is the co-owner of ‘Connected Birth’, and is currently serving clients in the Stafford County, Virginia area. Listen in to today’s podcast where Mandolin shares her journey and insights as a birth worker today!
Dearest Doula Community, Mandolin shares her insights and journeys on the dearest doula podcast today! Click HERE to listen on itunes or simply press play below!
Mandolin shares with the Dearest Doula community her:
Elevator Speech and Origin Story
Moment of Struggle as a Birth Worker
Mandolin found herself struggling with rebuilding her business after relocating, and shares how she was able to overcome a long stretch of not having clients.
“I was meant to be right here, right now”
Mandolin shares with the Dearest Doula community a time as a doula where she was able to provide valuable service to her clients in a moment that is often times overlooked.
Biggest Strength & Weakness as a Birth Worker
Recommended Resources & Interview Links
Also, Mandolin’s must-have item? Her Rebozo!
You can connect with Mandolin through her website, connectedbirthva.com
You can also connect with her on Facebook!
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