Hi! I’m Dominique, a birth doula, let me tell you about myself. I live in the beautiful little town of Sheridan, Montana, with my high school sweetheart of eleven years, and our two beautiful and vivacious daughters. Growing up I often found myself in nurturing roles, I felt the need to comfort and help especially when it came to animals and babies! The most impactful event and catalyst that would stick with me, leading me to my own passion for birth knowledge, was seeing and helping with a dear friend’s hospital birth at 18. Previously working as a vet assistant helped me gain knowledge of how to work with my patients, mainly using and reading body language. I used skills of communicating needs, listening to the concerns and questions of the owners, and following the instructions of the Doctors to carry out treatment correctly with each case. Another key component to supporting and helping with any important, personal thing in life is to be a grounding presence, balancing the energy in the room, and using calm to bring progress. All skills I believe help me shine in my doula work, I come ready to listen, inform, support, and hold space for my clients. I have deep-rooted passion for learning about birth, and so much respect for the journey that the whole family embarks on in birth. Feeling the need to make sure other families and birthing people, feel informed, and supported by giving them the tools they need to be empowered in choices they make around their birth is what led me to become a doula. When I’m not doula-ing, I am at home tending to my many plants and garden, collecting eggs from our chickens or spending time adventuring, camping, or rockhounding as a family with our dog Sandor. We also have three cats Dauntless, Matilda, and Moonstone, that might curl on the couch with me as read (probably birth related), or watch cooking shows.
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