Hannah Rapp birth doula

Hannah Rapp


Doula Description

With a master’s degree in public health from University of Washington, I take an evidence-based approach to my work as a birth doula. With the most up-to-date information at hand, I look forward to spending time with you to dig deeper into your questions, concerns, and hopes for your birth.  As your doula, my main goal is to center you in your experience. I do this by providing unwavering physical, emotional, and educational support that promotes your agency, safety and above all - is tailored to your preferences.    I am a DONA-trained birth doula, and when I’m not working as a doula, you’ll find me enjoying a latte and splashing through puddles with my toddler, husband and our pup – Benji.  

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Birth Support Package

  • Complementary meet & greet
  • Two 90-minute prenatal visits (in-home or virtual, based on your preference)
  • Labor and Birth Support 
  • Photos of labor and/or baby
  • One in-home postpartum visit (typically 3-5 days after birth) 
  • On-call starting at 38 weeks 



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