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Found 3 Pros in High Point, NC, USA | Birth doula support
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Jaden Millner


2 reviews • 2 families supported • 1 years experience

2 reviews • 2 families supported • 1 years experience

Hi everyone! My name is Jaden Millner(she/her) I am located in Eden NC, I am the owner of Soleil Doula co. I finished my initial training with DONA in September of 2020, but I have decided to change agencies and am currently training as a full spectrum doula with Birthing Advocacy. I am a dog mom to the sweetest pup named Bear. A HUGE lover of reading and thrifting!!! Birth work has always been something that I have been interested in, even as a child I would pretend to be a midwife and my brother would be my patient. I found out what a doula was shortly after I had found out that I struggle with infertility, in that experience I felt called to serve others. My end goal is to become a midwife but I am so happy and fulfilled with being a doula so I plan to be here for a while. Thanks for reading! Feel free to search my social media! Instagram: Facebook: Soleil Doula co.

Care philosophy

Every family deserves a doula, no matter their income, gender, sexuality, race, etc. I believe that every birthing person deserves to enjoy their birth experience and have the support needed to fulfill that.

Areas served

  • Eden, NC
  • Greensboro, NC
  • High Point, NC
  • Winston Salem, NC
  • Raleigh, NC
  • Durham, NC
  • Danville, VA
  • Martinsville, VA
  • Reidsville, NC
  • Burlington, NC
  • Graham, NC


  • Jakyia
    April 27, 2021 at 4:00 pm | Client review

    Jaden was really there for me during everything. I was having complications in my pregnancy and when she didn’t know something, she immediately did research and/or asked her mentor for additional information. During labor she was by myself the whole time advocating for me and my baby. I will definitely go to her again in the future!

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Olivia Bivens

Greensboro, NC

2 reviews • 4 families supported • 1 years experience

2 reviews • 4 families supported • 1 years experience

Providing full spectrum birth services through the reproductive justice advocacy lens; so, lets Liv, Breathe and Birth together.

Care philosophy

Hi! I’m Liv, and my inclusive business helps birthing bodies achieve safe full spectrum services where their voices are valued.

Areas served

  • Raleigh, Nc
  • Durham, Nc
  • Burlington, Nc
  • Winston Salem, Nc


  • Ashley
    June 19, 2021 at 4:58 am | Client review

    Olivia has been patient, soothing, and knowledgable throughout my pregnancy. I feel comfortable asking her questions and confident that she will find an answer quickly if she doesn’t already know!

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Devon Handel

Pittsboro, NC

3 reviews • 73 families supported • 7 years experience

3 reviews • 73 families supported • 7 years experience

I trained through DONA International in the end of 2013, and have been a birth doula since 2014. I offer two prenatal meetings, support throughout your entire active labor and birth, as well as 2 to 3 hours after the birth, and one postpartum meeting. All meetings are in your home, and I also support labor at home before transferring to your chosen birth place (time permitting).

Care philosophy

I support clients prenatally in order to help them be as prepared as possible to give birth with their unique goals in mind. I love to support natural labor and birth, and understand that that is not everyone's goal, and sometimes birth requires more medical intervention. I support through any deviations from the birth plan, and stay until several hours after the birth to be sure all is well.

Areas served

  • Triangle of North Carolina (Pittsboro, home)
  • Chapel Hill, Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Hillsborough


  • Sandra
    March 12, 2021 at 10:52 pm | Client review

    To our family Devon was so much more than a doula we found online. She supported my husband and I during pregnancy, quickly answering any and all questions we had. Her support was founded in current research and a wealth of experience. Her prenatal visits gave my husband and I invaluable knowledge and preparation for birth, and with that a sense of calm and peace. During labor, Devon was our anchor. She grounded my husband and I with emotional and physical support, as well as advocated for my needs. My husband especially valued Devon’s support during labor because it allowed him to be present for me as a partner and not have to be a birth expert. The hospital staff was incredibly complimentary of Devon and her ability to seamlessly integrate into the care team. I could not have had my ideal birth without Devon and she will always hold a special and integral place in my birth story. I would recommend her wholeheartedly to anyone looking for doula support!

Doula Services: FAQs

A doula is a professional that provides emotional, physical and educational support to new parents before, during, and after childbirth and into the early postpartum period. Doulas are companions who strive to give families a safe, positive, and healthy labor experience. They provide parents with evidence-based information and education on childbirth and are someone who the parent can turn to with questions and concerns about having a baby. Doulas also take an active role in collaborating with the parent to create a birth plan.

A certified birth doula offers advice and techniques to help reduce the stress that the parent often experiences during childbirth and provides you with education about different aspects of delivery and labor and what comes after.

There are two ways you can hire a doula through Meela in High Point, NC.  

You can browse through the available doulas in High Point, NC and send the doulas you are interested in a message, introducing yourself and setting up an interview. We recommend interviewing at least three before hiring your top doula.

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While the cost of a doula can vary based on experience and the services offered, you can expect the average cost of a doula in High Point, NC to be $854, which is the average cost of a doula in the state of North Carolina. The cost of a doula in High Point, NC can range from $690 to $1,019. These costs are based on a representative group of 96 doulas surveyed by Meela across the state of North Carolina. The average cost of a doula in North Carolina is lower than the U.S. national average cost of a doula, which is $971.

When hiring a birth doula in High Point, NC, you and your doula will discuss and agree upon a fee structure, and your doula will send you itemized invoices through Meela, which you can pay securely through the app.

Some insurance companies will cover all or part of the cost of hiring a doula. Contact your insurance company to find out if they offer any coverage for hiring a doula; not all insurance companies do.

You can hire two types of doulas in High Point, NC: a birth doula and a postpartum doula. The birth doula is during your pregnancy and through the birth of your child. They provide you with emotional, physical and educational support during your pregnancy, your labor and delivery and for the first few hours after your child is born.

A postpartum doula will support you for the first few weeks after the baby is born. They provide in-home assistance, including teaching you how to take care of your newborn, acting as lactation consultant, and can provide some night nanny services.

Yes, a birth doula can provide support during a Cesarean birth and delivery. Doulas are non-medical professionals and do not replace obstetricians, physicians, midwives or nurses. They are an additive member to the team and provide emotional, physical and informational support to the birthing parent, partner and family. It is up to you whether the certified doula can remain in the operating room during the procedure.

When you hire a doula in High Point, NC, your services typically include several in-person prenatal sessions, 24/7 phone and text support, full attendance throughout your labor, and several hours of support immediately following your birth.

A doula in High Point, NC can help you in any kind of birth. Certified doulas are able to assist parents in creating the ideal “birth environment” and help parents deliver their baby safely. A doula can provide support during the birth whether it occurs in a hospital, a home, or another birth center of some kind. Doulas are there to support you in your desired birth preferences, whether that is a preference for natural, non-medicated, assisted, C-section or anything else.

Certified doulas can also act as a liaison between you and hospital staff regarding your childbirth expectations and preferences. For example, if your preference is to have a non-medicated birth, a doula can help guide you through that process and create a personalized birth plan. A certified doula in High Point, NC does not replace medical staff (such as your obstetrician and nurses).

When a surgical procedure is required, there are some situations in which a birth doula can also remain in the operating room, although this is not an expected obligation. A certified birth doula can also assist hospital staff to improve the overall birthing experience. A doula in High Point, NC will typically stay with the parents for several hours after birth to help them with birth recovery.

Evidence suggests that a birth doula in High Point, NC can help improve parent satisfaction with their baby’s birth and delivery. The involvement of a doula can also lead to shorter deliveries with less complications.

Recent studies show that parents who have a support person like a doula by their side throughout labor and childbirth are more likely to:

  1. Give birth without the need for pain medicine
  2. Describe their birth experience in a positive way
  3. Give birth without the need for medical intervention, such as C-sections or vacuum delivery
  4. Experience a shorter labor

You can hire a doula early in your pregnancy to allow you time to get to know each other and to begin planning for your later trimesters, labor, birth, and aftercare. It is ideal to hire a doula when you are around 20 weeks along, but you can start looking for one before that.

It is never too late to hire a doula in High Point, NC; you have right up to your due date to find a doula near you and receive all the benefits of doula support.

While many people think that a doula and a midwife are the same thing, their educational background and job duties are different. Doulas are non-medical professionals who provide emotional, physical and educational support, while also offering actionable advice and guidance to new parents about how to nurture their baby.

A midwife is a certified nurse-midwife (CNM) or a certified midwife (CM). CNMs are medical professionals that are certified and licensed by the American College of Nurse-Midwives. CMs are also certified, but they do not have nursing backgrounds.

Doulas are not medical professionals; they focus on the emotional support for the parents and the family before, during, and after the birth of the baby. Their job is to provide information, advice, and support to the family not diagnose any medical conditions or provide medical advice.

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