Aubrey Williams, CD(DONA), SBD
ALL ABOUT AUBREY:
Aubrey has been empowering families as a Doula since 2011.
As a military spouse, Aubrey has attended births all over the country and has supported a wide variety of birthing situations and locations.
Her 9 years of invaluable experience includes supporting active duty Military families in Missouri, North Carolina & Texas and serving low/no income families through nonprofit Doula organizations in Missouri (The Doula Foundation) and Texas (San Antonio Birth Doulas).
Aubrey’s journey to become a doula began when she was pregnant in 2010. She began to really educate herself on all things relating to birth in order to prepare for the water-birth of her now 10 year old daughter. In doing so, a spark was ignited within her and she knew she had found her passion as a doula.
In 2011, she suffered a pulmonary embolism caused by the use of hormonal birth control. While recovering, she kick started her doula career to help women become well informed of their decisions before, during, and after pregnancy.
As a doula, her main goal is to help empower families to make informed decisions. No matter what a family envisions for the birth of their baby, Aubrey wants them to enter into parenthood feeling knowledgeable, supported, and
at peace with how the birth unfolded.
When Aubrey isn’t supporting families and snuggling babies, she likes to spend time camping and exploring the outdoors with her family.
Aubrey coordinates the Baby & Me Tobacco Free program at the Wabash County Tobacco Free Coalition. She is also the co-owner of an e-commerce business, a real estate investing business, and 2 Air BnB rentals in Wabash.
DONA International Birth Doula Training (2011)
DONA International Postpartum Doula Training (2012)
DONA International Birth Doula Certification (2013)
Still Birthday Bereavement Doula Training (2019)
Still Birthday Bereavement Doula Certification (2020)
The VBAC Link VBAC Doula Training (2020)