I am a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a Kindergarten teacher, an Art Therapy graduate and a volunteer Doula.
For me, the support of a Doula allows for a greater sense of trust, patience and intuition in the process of labour and birth.
I believe in the power of bearing witness to significant moments in life and in the potency of having someone to share them with.
I want all birthing women to feel respected for who they are, for the choices they have made and as the mothers they are becoming.
I honour women as experts of both their bodies and their lives and invite them to express freely from this point of knowing.
I will offer continuous presence, support and care during labour and birth.
And I would, as always, consider it a privilege to be your companion through such an incredible rite of passage.
I completed my Doula training through Dial a Doula in Melbourne, in 2014. Through this training I attended face to face classes every week over six months, supported three women/couples through pregnancy and birth and participated in private and hospital birth education classes, to get a sense of what expecting parents were learning about what lay ahead.
"Bec Wisby studied the Dial a Doula, Doula Foundation Training in 2014. I have always found Bec to be very available and willing to learn with presence and enthusiasm and would recommend her for any future learning/ doula work that she takes on."
Regards, Sunderai Felich
Director, Dial a Doula
Post Graduate Diploma of Creative Art Therapy - MIECAT
Post Graduate Diploma of Early Childhood Education- QUT
Current First Aid and CPR certificates