Paying it forward
I was supported by amazing people during and after the birth of my twins and have had the pleasure of working alongside some very inspiring and courageous people over the last few years.
I wanted to give back to my community, to make a difference and help parents going through highly emotional or tragic times.
SMALL AND MIGHTY BABIES
Where there is love there is life
Since 2013, Small and Mighty Babies has supported families through high risk pregnancies, premature birth and the Neo-Natal journey. Bringing together a community of families from all culture’s, religion’s and language’s we are the perfect place to find the support you need.
Love Through Loss was launched in 2016 to provide Memory Boxes to those who suffer the tragedy of Neo Natal Loss, Pregnancy Loss and Stillbirth.
Founded in the United Arab Emirates, supporting a diverse expat community the group has now spread to all corners of the world. Guided by the sentiment to connect with others, we all know there is no bond greater than a fellow parent on a Neo-Natal journey.
Based in both the United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates.
BEREAVEMENT DOULA SUPPORT
Here for You
At the most difficult time in a families life, I am here to support loved ones who are experiencing a loss by providing compassionate guidance through the process of birth, meeting baby for the first time, making the time together meaningful, and saying goodbye.
I want parents to be left with as little regret as possible, given the overwhelming and sometimes immediate situation, providing physical, emotional and informational support during labour and birth.
As your bereavement doula with special training in perinatal loss, I will work with you to honour the birth and help you make decisions based on your unique values, beliefs, and preferences. With realistic optimism, I will explain what is happening, what is about to happen, and what could happen and support you every step along the way.
LOVE THROUGH LOSS
Compassionate Care and Support
Supporting the families who suffer the tragedy of neonatal loss, stillbirth and miscarriage.
'Grief is really just love. It's all the love you want to give but cannot. All of that unspent love gathers up in the corner of your eyes, the lump in your throat and in that hollow part of your chest and it is love with no place to go.'
I am here to support families to talk freely, for as long as required, with a sympathetic and understanding listening ear and compassionate care.