Birth and Bereavement doula via stillbirthday
Birth and Postpartum doula via DTI
CLC via Healthy Children
Masters of Occupational Therapy
Jessica Duquette with Bozeman Doula Services and Skys the Limit Occupational Therapy and Lactation Services
I have been propelled into the birthing field based on my journey into motherhood, breastfeeding difficulties and recurrent losses. I am devoted to assisting women and their families with their own journeys. I graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2009 with a Masters of Occupational Therapy. Within my coursework I fell in love with pediatrics and soon found out that I couldn’t just focus on the child, instead I had to focus on the entire family. I found myself wanting my own family and became pregnant with my son, Lincoln. Our birth was remarkable due to my having a cesarean section. From then, we had difficulties with our breastfeeding relationship that was restored with hard work and dedication. I vowed that I would help as many women as I could in order to make their breastfeeding relationship as successful as possible. I soon found myself in the world of birthing and fell in love with it. I started training through Doula Trainings International to become a birth and post partum doula, which will conclude in February 2017. During my training, I had a pregnancy loss at 18 weeks. Again, I was on the fight to assist families dealing with miscarriage, fetal diagnosis, stillbirth and loss soon after birth. Through Stillbirthday I have found ways to comfort, support and assist families with various birth situations.
Contact Jessica Duquette at (406)600-6600, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at www.bozemandoulaservices.com