It is incredibly important that a mother and her partner choose a doula they feel really comfortable with, and they may meet several different doulas before they find the right person for them. When looking for a doula, it is also worth considering in advance what length of time you think you would like her help for.
How a Doula can help when you have a Stillbirth
A doula can provide you with intuitive emotional and practical support at a time of deep grief; the list of things she can do to help you is endless.
With Later Pregnancies
How a Doula can help with Later Pregnancies
Doulas are there to serve the needs of the family. For a family who is still grieving the loss of a baby, a doula is able to adapt their support to best fit the people they work with. They are warm, loving, nurturing women who are able to provide you with much-needed emotional support and practical help if you are feeling anxious about delivering another child, following a stillbirth.