The following men and women are birth professionals who serve the Washington DC Metro Area, and are ICAN professional members. They are, therefore, supportive of ICAN's mission to improve maternal-child health by preventing unnecessary cesareans through education, providing support for cesarean recovery, and promoting Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC). Listing on this page does not constitute an endorsement.

  • Fatima Abdallah
    Oasis Birth Doula
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    Telephone: 571-242-4346
    Website: http://www.oasisbirthdoula.com/
    Services: Quality doula services and childbirth education in the DMV

  • Brittany Ciuferri
    Tiny Wishes Birth Services
    City: Stafford, VA
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    Telephone: 570-762-2855
    Website: https://doulamatch.net/profile/13717/brittany-ciuferri
    Services:  Birth and postpartum doula services and bengkung belly binding services to doula clients

  • Tabitha Kaza
    Heaven and Birth Doula Services
    City: Manassas, VA
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    Telephone: 571-318-6136
    Website: http://www.heavenandbirth.com
    Services: Certified professional DONA birth doula serving northern Virginia from Prince William County, for home, birth center, and hospital births.

  • Amy Keillor
    Pineapple Babies Birth Services
    City: Gainesville, VA
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    Telephone: 571-318-6136
    Website: http://www.pineapplebabies.com
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  • Ivania Montero
    Keiki Nest Birth Services
    City: Woodbridge, VA
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    Telephone: 305-498-9988
    Website: https://www.keikinest.com/
    Services: Childbirth Education, Birth Doula, Ceremonies

  • Danielle Moora
    Lioness Doula Services
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    Telephone: 571-527-8710
    Website: https://www.lionessdoulaservices.com/
    Services: Birth Preparation, Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula Services

  • Ryann Morales
    Del Ray Doula
    City: Alexandria VA
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    Telephone: 202-258-0085
    Website: https://www.delraybirth.com/
    Services: Birth Doula, Placent Encapsulation

  • Emily Smith
    Doulas of Capitol Hill
    City: Washington DC
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    Telephone: 703-479-6560
    Website: http://www.doulasofcapitolhill.com/
    Services: A full-service agency that provides personalized birth and postpartum support, education, and community.

  • Kelly Valceanu
    Midwifery Care Associates
    City: Rockville, MD
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    Telephone: 301-414-2300
    Website: http://www.midwiferycareassociates.com
    Services: Prenatal Care, Birth Support, Postpartum Care, Well-Woman Exams

  • Jen Wood
    Tonglen Doula
    City: Alexandria VA
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    Telephone: 303-947-5556
    Website: https://tonglendoula.wordpress.com/
    Services: Birth Doula Care

Disclaimer

ICAN's Professional Subscriber Network is intended as an informational resource for consumers. ICAN is pleased to pass along the names of professionals who have given us permission to release their names for referral. Please understand that ICAN is not a credentialing agency or a regulatory body. As such, we are not responsible for the competency of the professionals listed. Consumers are encouraged to take responsibility for their birth experience by informing themselves regarding the competency of those professionals that they retain. Asking questions, obtaining local references and understanding that you are responsible for your own choices by thorough reading and discussing care with other parents and care providers is essential and is your responsibility.

About ICAN

The International Cesarean Awareness Network, Inc. (ICAN) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve maternal-child health by reducing preventable cesareans through education, supporting cesarean recovery, and advocating for vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC). Learn More About ICAN