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Sallyann Beresford
The Ultimate Guide to Being a Birth Partner
Everything you need to know to support a woman through labour, birth and the early days with a new baby - giving you confidence and knowledge about the role of a birth partner. I will share with you my experience of being a professional birth partner of over 20 years and will invite guests from all backgrounds to enable you to hear a wide range of experiences.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 47 ratings
Essential listening
This is a wonderful podcast. As a midwife working in a low risk continuity-of-care model in a tertiary hospital, I have loved all the gentle reminders about why I chose to work with women in this model and how I can help them achieve a physiological birth. I am now sharing this with all my clients 🙏
midwife.emma 🤰 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/20/22
This is a brilliant podcast full of informed interviews, discussions all around birth. It is a wonderful hub of information when preparing for birth and as someone who is privilege to work and support women on their pathway to motherhood I always recommend it. There are episodes on different...Read full review »
A hub of birthing wisdom via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/01/21
So helpful
As a midwife turned Doula I'm really enjoying listening to this podcast. The simplicity and straightforward way that Sally Ann presents topics serves as a good reminder of things I know - and some things I'd forgotten or didn't know before. Thank you! SueRead full review »
cardioga-zen via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/18/21
Recent Episodes
At the end of 2021, I had the privilege of spending an hour with the wonderful Blyss Young,  a licensed midwife who practices in California, USA. We chatted about a wide range of subjects, including why she became a midwife, physiological birth, antenatal education, birth partners and...
Published 01/23/22
In the second of two episodes, Sheryl Wynne shares with us what it means to become trauma-informed and what it is like in her experience.   In becoming aware of trauma, she has moved forward to support others to recognise trauma and is now running monthly courses to help birth workers,...
Published 01/16/22
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