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Are you interested in being a doula?
Are you a mother or about to become one?
Are you a midwife interested in how doulas work?
Would you like to know more about what it is that doulas do?
This is the book for you...
The intertwining of the personal life along with the professional life of a Doula shows the frailties and strengths of being a woman as something to be shared and celebrated. Learning to understand and accept our inner landscape is an adventure, one that requires great strength and courage to be able to look into the less desirable shadows of ourselves and embrace it all. By doing so we can become whole beings capable of standing strong and true, able to hear the voice of our own intuition and be brave enough to listen.
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A story of women, of birth, of transitions and living your truth grounded in the rhythms of nature.
Praise for A Doula's Journey:
'The fast-paced style blends the spiritual and the practical, drama and reflection, humour and pain. Prepare to laugh and cry and to learn something about yourself.'
~ Jill Treseder,
author of 'The Wise Woman Within'
'An accurate peek into how one decides to walk the doula path, and how life goes from there.
Hazel Tree writes with conviction and gives the reader a glimpse into the life of a doula; the trials, the challenges and the joys that make the life and profession worth-while.'
~ Demetria Clark,
director of 'Birth Arts International'
Hazel Tree loves exploring life and writing about it. Inspired by her own birthing experience she prepared as a Doula, a Holistic Birthing Assistant and Breastfeeding Peer Support Worker. She feels blessed to share the journey of pregnancy, birth and beyond with women from all walks of life. Hazel is also a great promoter of the importance of home in its many aspects: home birthing, home educating and home-based work.
Hazel felt drawn to write A Doula's Journey as a way to bring together the scientific and practical side of supporting childbirth as well as showing the emotional and intuitive journey that can happen. She is interested in childbirth as a human rights issue and from an anthropological perspective.
She lives with her son in Devon, in a town they say is twinned with Narnia.
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