I’m just a 31-year-old woman that wants easier access to better quality and more meaningful healthcare.
Just like you.
Women need and deserve access to high quality prenatal education. They need to know about their bodies and what makes them tick. They need to be empowered by what their bodies are capable of doing and becoming. I created this safe space here, online, where I can meet with women for however long I need to in order to help them in the direction they need to go. When they don’t know how to navigate the fertility waters, when they’re scared about what to expect during birth and when they want to breastfeed but have no idea how, I am here. I am available, unlike most medical offices. I will give you my time, unlike most providers. I will help you, not hurt you, unlike our medical system. I promise to empower the woman struggling to conceive. And then, when you’re ready, I’ll empower that same woman on her way to meeting her precious baby too. I want to share with you all that I’ve learned in the last 10 years of practice to help you be the mother you want to be no matter how you got here.
Bachelors in Nursing, 2008, Southern Connecticut State University
Masters in Nursing, 2013, University of Southern Alabama
Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Board Certified, 2014, NCC
Labor and Delivery Nurse, 2008-2014, St. Vincent’s Medical Center
Nurse Practitioner and Clinician, 2014-2015, Planned Parenthood
Nurse Practitioner and Clinician, 2015-2018, Yale University
Nurse Practitioner and Clinician, 2016-present, The Pregnancy Prep
I am a women’s health nurse practitioner and I have been providing care to women for the last 10 years. I help women of all ages and walks of life go through their most life-altering moments of their lives: the day they conceive and the day they birth their child. I love being apart of this and am honored to be apart of it too.
I became a labor and delivery nurse in 2008 and I worked in a hospital for 6 years. Maternity nursing was always my favorite. I have said, “if there wasn’t labor and delivery, there would be no nursing for me.” I love seeing the look on new parent’s faces when they first meet their baby.
In 2015, all the while obtaining my Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner certification. I learned the struggles of infertility and loss, and became intimately aware that this is an area of life that needs more light shed upon it.
In 2013, I became an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) with board certification as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP-BC). This certification allows me to be a primary medical provider for women. I diagnose, treat, and educate my female patients and their partners. Visits with my pregnant patients are by far my favorite, as these recurrent visits allow me to get to know my patients on a personal level and share in their highs and lows of pregnancy. I worked for some time as a medical provider at Yale University, providing obstetrical and gynecological care for women of all ages. At Yale, I saw a lot of students, post-doctorates, research grads and international families. Their questions always revolve around their lack of time. My pregnant patients were busy, they were full-time working women starting a family just like you. We all need an at-home course that fits the budget and our busy schedules. Personally, I really want to stay home with my future children to raise them, but I don’t want to be forced into giving up my love of working with women to do so. I need this as much as you need this. Women need each other.
Let me help you prepare for pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding. You won’t regret preparing early, knowing more and fully embracing your pregnancy.
Why not start now?
Contact me here to start working with me 1-to-1.