Donna provides virtual lactation services to educate and empower you to reach your breastfeeding goals.
Email our Lactation Counsellor to get started!
Donna's Services Include:
- Latch and/or positioning (video links provided)
- Ways to know baby is getting enough
- Baby’s breastfeeding cues
- Why does baby suck so much?!
- Advice for creating a breastfeeding plan at hospital, at home, or for going back to work
- Maternal nutrition while breastfeeding
- Safety of medications and breastmilk
- Alcohol consumption and breastmilk
- Birth control and breastfeeding
- Nursing in public
- Questions about pumping
- Creating your support system and finding resources
Other common concerns such as relieving nipple pain, engorgement, weaning, and more.
$100 USD includes one comprehensive, individualized email reply to address your breastfeeding questions and/or concerns and to troubleshoot any current issues. Educational resources and/or product recommendations will also be provided, as appropriate. Fee includes one follow-up email, if desired.
After graduating from UCLA, Donna returned to the San Francisco Bay Area, where she worked in the health compliance field in Silicon Valley for several years before becoming a mama to her first son in 2015.
Donna’s love for breastfeeding didn’t come easily. She faced many personal breastfeeding challenges, which led her to pursuing lactation education and support as a career. She takes pride in helping other parents reach their breastfeeding goals with a supportive, non-judgmental, fed-is-best! approach.
In 2016, Donna completed coursework and training to become a Certified Lactation Educator Counselor (CLEC) from UC San Diego. She also has four years (and counting!) of personal breastfeeding experience between her two sons, and brings that invaluable experience and knowledge to you!
Disclaimer: Donna is a lactation professional, but is not a physician. Any and all email replies and recommendations provided are Donna’s opinion and should not be taken as medical advice. For any urgent lactation or health-related concerns, always consult your physician or your child’s pediatrician.