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I'm Kristina, a proud mother of four incredible children and a nurturing foster mom to one. My journey of 16 years in marriage has been a testament to love and dedication. As a devoted homeschooler, I've had the privilege of guiding my children's education while weaving the teachings of Jesus intricately into both my life and my work.


My path in maternal care began 12 years ago when I embraced the role of a birth doula. It was in 2013 that I pursued certification, solidifying my commitment to supporting mothers during their transformative birthing experiences. In 2015, I expanded my expertise by becoming certified in placenta encapsulation, offering holistic care for new mothers.


Safety is important to me, and in 2016, I took child passenger training, ensuring the well-being of the youngest members of our families. My journey of learning continued in 2018 when I delved into advanced perinatal mental health psychotherapy training, along with comprehensive education on perinatal mood disorders and components of care through PSI (Postpartum Support International).

As a Latina, my cultural heritage is an integral part of who I am and how I approach both postpartum care and mental health support. My passion for my work runs deep, and I pour my heart into every endeavor. I provide childbirth education to empower my clients, equipping them with the knowledge and confidence to navigate their own unique journeys. Additionally, I offer cultural training to fellow birth workers, helping them appreciate the significance of traditional postpartum care practices, including the use of rebozos.


The latest chapter of my journey is as exciting as it is promising. As a newly enrolled midwife student, I eagerly anticipate the opportunities that lie ahead. With boundless enthusiasm and a heart full of hope, I look forward to expanding my impact and continuing my unwavering dedication to mothers and their precious newborns.


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