Find A Doula - Doula Sign Up: In Person
Please note: This page is for DOULA sign-ups only. Doulas must have completed the entire 3-step application process. See details below. Parents must sign-up on the parent registration page.
The monthly Find A Doula: A Parent & Doula Meet & Greet event allows Birth and Postpartum Doulas to meet expectant families looking for Doula support. All trained Doulas are welcome to participate - whether you are working towards your certification, volunteering, low fee, or are an experienced doula.
To participate in the FAD: Meet & Greet event you MUST completed the following steps:
-Complete the ONLINE APPLICATION (note - before starting the application, be prepared to upload a copy of your proof of Doula training*)
-Attend a Find A Doula: PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATION.
-Sign up to attend the monthly FAD: Meet & Greet event (click sign up button above)
-*If you are currently providing Doula services and did not attend a training, you must contact us at DoulaProgram@naturalresources-SF.com
-Our intention is to have doulas with a wide range of experience in attendance every month. This may limit how often you can attend a monthly "FAD" Meet & Greet event
-To allow a variety of people to attend Doulas may only sign up to attend a FAD: Meet & Greet event every other month
Soizig Le Boulch is a birthworker, bodyworker, self-care educator, & wellness aficionado who loves to tap into and nurture the innate wisdom of the body and the support provided by body-mind connection. She infuses her birthwork (Doula, Prenatal Balance, & Recovery Care support services) with an integrative approach, bringing in her passion, knowledge, & experience in other wellness practices. Soizig also offers complementary well-being support services, such as bodywork & TRE® and finds Breema® (aka "The Art of Being Present”) deeply enriching to her work and everyday life. To learn more about Soizig, please see Soizig.com.
Tracy Massillon is a mother of two, Educator, IBCLC, and Registered Nurse. She began working with birthing and new families as a Birth & Postpartum Doula in 2003. She joined the Natural Resources family of educators in 2005 and created the curriculum for our Childbirth Preparation, Breastfeeding, and Newborn Care & Parenting classes. In 2009, she became an IBCLC (Board Certified Lactation Consultant). She has facilitated our weekly Breastfeeding Mothers Circle for over 10 years and enjoys supporting mothers as they learn to nourish and nurture their babies.
Tracy is passionate about families receiving Doula support and trains new Birth and Postpartum Doulas with the goal that everyone will have access to compassionate and evidence-based support.