Do you know the facts about VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean)?
I took the VBAC Facts class in April in Portland and I loved it! I want you to take it, too, if you are planning a VBAC or you work with VBAC clients and here’s why: It’s important to understand that not all VBACs are alike – there are individual factors to consider – and what you need is knowledge. Knowledge is power in a VBAC. The very first thing you should do if you are pregnant after cesarean is to inform and empower yourself. Jen Kamel, the founder of VBAC Facts, as a mother who had a VBAC, has some really important information to share – she has read and reviewed and analyzed all of the studies and data that exists about the history of VBAC politics and policies, and the risks of VBAC. She took this on like you would if you were doing an MPH thesis – she looked at all the data, all the studies, all the public documents that are behind the policies and recommendations – basically she did ::all:: the work and I got to sit back and benefit (for $85.00) and you can, too!
If you’d like to plan your VBAC with doula support, I’m ready to help you. Contact me today for a free doula consultation.