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This podcast is about the journey it takes to become a midwife. Listen each week as midwives tell the story of their very own Journey to Midwifery. Contact me at JourneyToMidwiferyPodcast@gmail.com ~~Instagram and Facebook at Journey to Midwifery Podcast or @JourneytoMidwiferyPodcast
 
Midwives from all around the world share work conditions, political landscape, community support, and health metrics where they work as well as some amazing birth stories and clinical updates! If you're someone who cares about maternal child health and wants to see midwifery as the gold standard for normal birth around the globe, join us as we give voice to the revolution!
 
Hello, we are Rachel and Erin! Come join us for a spot of tea as we talk all things Call the Midwife. Rachel and Erin have been friends for over a decade. We’ve spent a lot of our friendship living on separate ends of the US. It reminds us of how the show went on after Jenny Lee left Nonnatus House, but remained connected. Much of our lives are comprised of comings and goings, doors opening and closing, or perhaps a window. By moments, meetings, and happenings. The event doesn’t have to be l ...
 
Contractions is a podcast about the politics of midwifery. All contractions address the analysis and practical change of one political issue surrounding childbirth, such as obstetric or reproductive violence, care, workload, sexism or racism. Every contraction is necessary to cope with in order to arrive at the birth of a midwifery care wherein all pregnant people feel free, safe, and emotionally and physically supported. Contractions' aim is to start an international dialogue with midwives ...
 
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https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Mariposa (Mohawk/southern Tagalog) Mariposa founded Decolonize Diapering as a way to connect Indigenous parents to the ancestral ways of children having "potty independence." They are also a birthworker and a lactating solo parent of a toddler. Homebirther. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specific…
 
"Is this safe? Is this sacred? Is this sustainable?" Don't miss this juicy conversation between cohost Augustine Colebrook and CNM Tanya Wills. They talk about the challenges and joys of the profession, dive into mentoring new midwives, and discuss recent events impacting midwifery. Show Resources -NYCPM -Midwifery Wisdom Experience…
 
In this episode we talk about our favorite couples of Call the Midwife! We try and guess who each others favorite couple is...well Erin tries to guess Rachel's...if you are a regular listener of the show you know who Erin's favorite couple is. We also have a further in depth discussion on the Tom/Trixie/Barbara relationships. So be sure to make you…
 
If you love research, this is the podcast for you! Judy has had a long, rewarding career with the last 20 years spent doing research, in particular with the benefits of delayed cord clamping. Judy is a brilliant woman with so much going on in her mind, she is fascinating! Here's a link that lists the many articles Judith has published: https://www.…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Traci Faith Guw Thonalig Hughes Hamilton, LMT, (Mississippi Choctaw, Mexica, Hiaki, and adopted Tohono O'odham) ​ Licensed Massage Therapist, Full Spectrum Womb Worker, wild food harvester,​ teacher, mother, auntie and grandma. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new famili…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Danica Parkin, Nurse Practitioner and Doula (Pila?sis (Sinixt/Synackstx) ​ Mother of three, language activist, doula and Family Nurse Practitioner who currently works in pediatric primary care. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new families!…
 
Jennifer graciously shares her origin story with us, including her own birth experiences (2 midwife attended and one freebirth), her journey of learning about birth from Gloria Lemay, Jeannine Parvati Baker, Whapio and Michel Odent, two birth center apprenticeship experiences, and the multiple initiations and reckonings she has experienced that hav…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Ibu Robin Lim, Global Midwife, Author, Activist and CNN 'Hero of the Year' (Filipina-American, Micronesian) ​ Join us a for our year-end celebration where we welcome Ibu Robin to the Zoomcast. This amazing opportunity is an intimate evening with Robin, via webinar, that you won't want to miss!…
 
Cynthia shares her journey to midwifery that happened later in life at age 47, after she had raised and homeschooled her 8 children. I love Cynthia's story that says it's OK to wait! Midwifery will be here when you are your life are ready! She also shares how her midwifery colleagues and her share a birth co-op, super neat concept! http://www.wichi…
 
“I want to be a doula/midwife but I haven’t had kids yet. Does it matter?” I get asked this question ALL the time by aspiring doulas and midwives. I have meant to make this episode for a long time and I’m so glad I did. I share a little bit about how it has been […]Av Margo Blackstone
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org Featuring Raeanne Madison, MPH Postpartum Doula (Crane Clan Ojibwe/Mexika/Nahuatl) The cradleboard and mossbag are not just baby carriers: they are Indigenous technologies that perfectly encompass the deep teachings of the postpartum rite of passage. In this conversation, Raeanne will share Anishinaabe perspecti…
 
Join us this week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast for a conversation between cohost Augustine Colebrook and California Midwife Lisa Rawson about facing rejection as a midwife. They cover the many forms of rejection a midwife can face, different types of trauma experienced in birth, and dive deep into taking care of yourself as a midwife. Show Resou…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Marissa Bolaños (Mexican, Purépecha, and Spanish) Mother of two, doula, visual artist and creator of "Revolucion del Parto," a podcast which centers the birth stories of Spanish-speaking families, out-of-hospital birth, and the power of finding your voice. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifica…
 
Get a glimpse into what it's like to be the busiest midwife in the nation in this week's episode of the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast. This week cohost Augustine Colebrooks talks with Wantina Brooks-Roach, a midwife in Kentucky who is determined to create a strong community of midwives and educate the birth world on strong preceptor/student relationship…
 
Meg, CNM who is currently spending her retired years in North Carolina discusses her long career of over 40+ years as a midwife. She has cared for such a diverse population in the United States. She has done everything from birth, to family planning, to abortion care. She has some beautiful insights looking back at her career that we have the pleas…
 
This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, cohost Augustine Colebrook talks with Laureli Denique Morrow, Founder and Executive Director of Midwife Pilgrim. They discuss the program's mission and humanitarian aid from a midwifery perspective, including many stories from Laureli's experience. Augustine also teases a new course coming from the Midwife…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Melissa Brown (Anishinaabe Dine) Registered Midwife, Ceremonial Woman, and Mother of 2 beautiful daughters and one Angel Son. In this session, she will share her personal journey, as well as offer insights and wisdom on how we can all support families in their journey of healing. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "As…
 
In this powerhouse episode, cohost Augustine Colebrook is joined by retired midwife Katie O’Day (previously McCall) and lawyer Hermine Hayes-Klein to discuss the legal persecution of midwives. Both Augustine and Katie share details on their own experiences of being investigated and prosecuted as midwives. Hermine shares insight into the most common…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/podcast Featuring Alicia Herne (Akwesasne Mohawk)​ Mother of 5 and community doula. Alicia has expanded her offerings to support women and their partners as a "Pleasure Doula" and Associate Director of pure romance. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new families!…
 
In this episode, cohost Augustine Colebrook meets with Kristine Lauria, a CPM who travels with Doctors Without Borders - Médecins San Frontières. Kristine has attended over 5000 births, including over 500 breech and 300 twin births. They discuss her experiences as a midwife from the humanitarian perspective, dealing with every midwife's “worst nigh…
 
Elizabeth "Liz" Munoz, CNM on to the podcast today to share her journey to midwifery from being in theatre as an actress, to feeling a change inside of her after seeing "The Business of Being Born." Liz shares her journey through school, her career past, current and really awesome FUTURE endeavors (yay for new schools of midwifery opening up!!). Fi…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Tala Tootoosis (Plains Cree/Nakota Sioux/Haudenosaunne Sturgeon Lake First Nation,Treaty 6) ​ Mother of 4, Tootoosis is an Indigenous social worker, motivational speaker and author, and ribbon skirt warrior. ​​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new families!…
 
This week cohost Leila Wyatt is joined by Krista Wurlitzer, a student midwife in Northern California. Krista shares her story of working with many different preceptors, what she has learned from each experience, and her advice for other student midwives looking for preceptors, including a thorough list of “red flags” and “green lights” to look out …
 
This week cohosts Augustine Colebrook and Leila Wyatt get together to discuss the most exciting event happening this year, the Midwifery Wisdom Experience. In this episode, Augustine and Leila go over every detail you'll need to know about the Experience and even share an opportunity to win a free hotel stay for the event. You won't want to miss th…
 
Sarah Thompson is the author of the book, Functional Maternity - Using Functional Medicine and Nutrition to Improve Pregnancy and Childbirth Outcomes. ​​She brings over 20 years of experience working directly with medical doctors in the fields of Pain Management, Obstetrics & Gynecology, and advanced studies in both Acupuncture and Functional Medic…
 
This week, cohost Leila Wyatt talks with Lora Fiala, a student midwife who changed her path along the way. They discuss how Lora was introduced to birth work, how her background in education has impacted her course, and how she changed her pathway from the PEP process to pursuing a career as a CNM. Show Resources -Instagram & Facebook: @birth.with.…
 
Kelly and Tiffany from Beautiful One Midwifery, based out of San Diego discuss their journey into midwifery and lots of talk about how they run their business sustainably and have an actual work/life balance as homebirth midwives FREE Roadmap to Sustainable Midwifery guide: https://beautifulonemidwifery.mykajabi.com/roadmap-to-sustainability Beauti…
 
How can one good birth impact a whole community? This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast co-host Angela Love will help to answer that question. She is joined by Andrea Berry, the CEO of the Healthy Start Coalition in Indian River County, FL. They discuss Andrea's two very different birth experiences, the first in-hospital ending in an emergency c…
 
Join this conversation with Day Schildkret, an absolutely lovely guest, where he shares about the importance of ritual in marking life’s transitions and thresholds. Here at Indie Birth we love infusing our work with the sacred, and ceremony, and are always looking for more ways to offer this in an authentic and heart-centered way. Day’s […]…
 
Lisa's journey to midwifery started in the 1950's which many turns along the way. She went from an informal "lay" midwife to eventually a CNM in the hills of North Carolina. Lisa shares her story to get her history recorded after several strokes and some memory loss. Her story is amazing and inspiring, and I am honored that she chose this platform …
 
This week cohost Leila Wyatt is joined by “The Future Babycatcher” aka: Courtney Glenn, a student midwife in Richmond, Virginia. Courtney shares the story of her journey to birth work, which includes a sorority sister and an introduction of the word “doula”. They discuss Courtney’s education, the PEP process, and why communication with your precept…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org Featuring Sewa Yuli (Yoeme) ​ Community Cook and Student Midwife. Founder of Mi Xantico, which emphasizes culinary medicine and ancestral diet to heal and reclaim health autonomy. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new families!
 
In this episode of the Midwifery Wisdom podcast, cohost Leila Wyatt talks with Yanna Nicole about her journey through different levels of education, to landing in Midwifery School. She talks about starting in a nursing program at 17 years old, how pursuing a doctorate led her to midwifery, and why you should always interview your preceptors. Yanna …
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Elizabeth Montez Giras (Anishinaabe - Little Traverse Bay Band Odawa & Latinx Diaspora) Indigenous Breastfeeding Counselor, Postpartum Doula, retired chef. Currently Open Arms Lactation Counselor and Journey Midwife Services Health Educator and IBCLC 2021 candidate. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties"…
 
In this week's episode, cohost Angela Love talks with Jonnie Mae Perry, the CEO of the Gifford Cultural Center. They speak about Jonnie Mae's great grandmother, granny midwife Sally Louise Pickens Richardson. Louise was born in 1868 in Georgia and naturally moved into midwifery as she attended births of other mothers around her. Family stories shar…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Tema Mercado LM, CPM (Xicana) Homebirth midwife and Partera Profesional Certificada in Mexico, mother to six children and a grandmother. She believes that birth work can change the world and has dedicated the last 10 years to birth and reproductive justice on the U.S Mexico Border serving families on …
 
If you’ve ever wanted to hear the nitty-gritty details of the path to a midwifery education, this is the episode for you. Cohost Leila Wyatt speaks with student midwife Amariee Collins about her educational journey to midwifery. She talks about getting an associate, bachelors, and masters all before starting midwifery school, becoming a sonographer…
 
Cheryl is Certified Professional Midwife in Colorado and owner of Your Thriving Pregnancy (links below). Cheryl shares her journey and career path that has now culminated into starting Your Thriving Pregnancy, a fantastic online resource for pregnant families! Listen to hear more! Links: This is the link to the app and the Your Thriving Pregnancy R…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Dr. Cynthia Ingar (Peruvian) Peruvian anthropologist and founder of the Hampi Warmi project in Peru, focused on the wisdom of Andean women. + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new families!Av Center for Indigenous Midwifery
 
Belinda Lashea is a Certified Nurse Midwife, a Direct Entry Midwife and a PHD candidate. She is a faculty member at ECU in North Carolina, runs an herbology business and is practicing and a director of a birth center. Belinda has a journey to midwifery that is literally from the ground up. She was a teen mother, living in poverty, unable to buy gro…
 
This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, cohost Leila Wyatt talks with Student Midwife Gabbi Goetz about her student experience. They cover finding her midwifery "why" through her own unique birth story, why she chose the PEP process, and a negative preceptor experience that taught her a lot about herself as a midwife. Show Resources -Cashapp: #G…
 
This episode is with Angela Lugiano who is a retired CNM with over 40 years of experience in birth work. She shares her journey and many words of wisdom along the way. I hope you will take the time to hear the advice and story of an experienced midwife. (This is an updated and re-recorded version of Angela's journey, if her story sounds familiar to…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/podcast Featuring Alycia Two Bears (Mistawasis Nêhiyawak) ​ Mother, Educator, Birth Worker, Poet and Author raised in the Sharron Proulx-Turners Sweat Lodge, a lodge for women run by women. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new families!…
 
Have you ever met a 15-year-old doula? Today cohost Leila Wyatt, CD, SM, talks with student midwife and doula, Trinity Stephens about her experience coming into birth work. They discuss what a “practice birth” is, experiencing racism as a black birth worker, and how a shoulder dystocia solidified her desire to become a midwife. Show Resources -Kill…
 
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