“I will no longer teach HypnoBirthing when society regards birth as exciting and joyous, not painful and dangerous. Until then, I help parents let go of their fears and prepare themselves mentally for birth. I provide Hypnobirthing antenatal classes”.
“I will no longer be a birth doula when the NHS provides ongoing midwife support – the same person you get to know and trust who listens to you druing pregnancy and is next to you throughout your birth. Until then, I provide a birth doula service”.
“I will no longer be a post-natal doula when our culture stops expecting women to walk from their birth after 2 hours, be left alone after two weeks in a house that needs tidying and cleaning and a baby that needs 24hour care, when she herself needs looking after. Until that time, I am a post natal doula”.
Mia Scotland, Clinical Psychologist, HypnoBirthing practitioner, birth preparation service, birth doula service, post natal support service, Mindful Mamma workshop founder.