Jo Arnott: Doula
My road to becoming a doula has been a very natural progression. The decision to enter this field from my previous role as a social work for marginalized youth has been an innate and beautiful transition.
As the mother of three boys my own birth and postpartum experiences have further propelled me. With the support of those around me I was able to achieve very positive birth experiences trusting my body and theirs to work together to bring them earth side. These experiences changed me not only into a mother but also that of a greater supporter of women and advocate of the birthing and postpartum process.
As a CAPPA trained Birth and Postpartum Doula I have had the honour of supporting numerous families achieve positive birth experiences by providing continuous hands on support and guidance as they welcomed their little loves into this world. I have also had the honour of supporting families postpartum as they transition into parenthood by providing hands on and emotional support, guidance and information as they ease into their new roles.
Parenthood is truly an individual and beautiful process. In the nurturing role of a Doula my hope is to work with you to provide the most positive transition possible.
CAPPA trained Birth and Postpartum Doula
CPR/First Aid Certified
Advanced Doula Training Carriage House Birth: supporting a high risk pregnancy , supporting survivors of trauma and advocacy in birth
Trained in Acupressure for Pregnancy, Birth and Labour
Bachelors of Social Work from Ryerson University