Meet Your Doula Brooke

Hi!  My name is Brooke Volpe.  I reside in Bucks County, Pennsylvania where I was born and raised.  I graduated from West Chester University of PA with a BS in Education.

I am a DONA certified birth doula and childbirth educator serving Southeastern PA and New Jersey.  I attend births at all locations – home, birth center and hospital births.  

I currently offer Connected childbirth education classes in Perkasie and Doylestown.

I look forward to learning about your birth journey, hopes and wishes and how I can support you and your partner.

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Labor & Birth Doula Support

Continous, non-judgmental support
birth choices, comfort measures, Rebozo & TENS

Connected Childbirth Education

Stages & Phases of labor, Hormones, Labor support, Positive Communication, Informed Choices, Pregnancy, Birth, Breastfeeding, Newborns, Postpartum

workshops

BYO Birth Ball
and Rebozos,
Comfort Measures, Positive Communication, Releasing Fear & Relaxation Techniques

doula supported births

Brooke was wonderful through my pregnancy, birth and postpartum period. She took the time to build a relationship with me and my partner and to figure out how to support us best. She is solid, reliable, caring, patient, steady-exactly what we were looking for in a doula.

Cory Fischer-Hoffman

Brooke is absolutely wonderful!!! My husband and I can not express our gratitude enough. She has such a calming presence and such an amazing love of childbirth. Because of her I was able to have the natural birth I hoped and planned for despite being in a hospital setting with my first child! I was able to get through my birth without fear. She truly added to our birth experience and has been an amazing resource postpartum, especially because I’m a first time Mommy! I would recommend her over and over!!!

Nicole Edwards

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