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Dearest Doula Podcast Episode 95: ‘Compassionate Support and Resources for VBAC Clients’ Featuring Lisa Dowling

Ep. 95: ‘Compassionate Support and Resources for VBAC Clients’ Featuring Lisa Dowling

Today we are re-joined by one of our previous guests, Lisa Dowling!

Lisa is a Doula and GentleBirth Instructor currently serving clients in the central Florida area. Be sure to listen in to today’s episode for some great information on providing support for VBAC clients!

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Dearest Doula Community, Lisa shares her  incredible insights regarding vbac support on the dearest doula podcast today! Click HERE to listen on itunes or simply press play below!

 

 

In this Dearest Doula podcast episode we discuss:

VBAC overview

Common pain points voiced by VBAC hopeful clients

What we as birth workers can offer to VBAC hopeful clients

Nitty Gritty, resources and so much more!

Resources:

ACOG

International Cesarean Awareness Network

VBAC Facts

Also- if you’d like to join in on weekly discussions with an accountability tribe featuring myself and other passionate birth workers, click here to get redirected to our accountability tribe page!

You can connect with Lisa by emailing her at : lisa@gentlebirth.com or by calling her at (407)970-1363!


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Sincerely,

Dearest Doula

One Comment

  • Bronwyn Reply

    You mention you were unsure what the different stats are for low transverse vs vertical scars. For women who have a scar other than the standard low transverse, such as classical, inverted T, J, low vertical, low transverse with accidental tears, myomectomy scars, etc, specialscars.org has collected studies and birth stories on all of these.

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