I first learned of midwives in 2006, when I was pregnant with my daughter. After she was born, I came away from that experience a changed person. Not only because of
this new little life, but also a profound sense of empowerment by what I had accomplished. After that, I felt like anything was possible.
Two years later my son was born, and the thought of becoming a midwife began to grow, eventually into reality.
My family and I are from Kingston, Ontario but relocated to Southern Ontario, where I trained and practiced as a midwife for several years. I was privileged to work with a very diverse clientele, including the Amish and Mennonite communities. I’ve also had the opportunity to work with teen mothers, women with addictions, and women in the criminal justice system. These experiences have developed into an ability to provide open-minded and non-judgmental care to families of all backgrounds.
My family and I are overjoyed to be in this community. I look forward to meeting you and supporting you during this special time.
ATTENDING BIRTHS AND IN CLINIC UNTIL END OF APRIL 2018.