Julie Zamost,
M.A., C.N.C., C.D.
DONA Certified DOULA
Eugene, Oregon
(541) 434-2418

Prenatal Counseling
Labor and Birth Support

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http://www.lamaze.org (Lamaze International) provides classes and other resources for natural childbirth.

http://www.BirthingFromWithin.com, the website of Pam England, author of Birthing From Within, contains lots of useful information.

http://www.sheilakitzinger.com/, the website of Sheila Kitzinger, author of many excellent books on pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding.

http://www.WaterBirth.org the website of Water Birth International, an organization created by Portland-based Barbara Harper, the Mother Teresa of water birth.

http://www.BirthPsychology.com (the Association for Pre- & Perinatal Psychology and Health) APPPAH’s mission is to educate professionals and the public about, and advocate for, the life-changing discoveries made in the area of prenatal and perinatal psychology and health, illuminating the life-long impact of conception, pregnancy and birth on babies, families and society.

http://www.LaLecheLeague.org (La Leche International) has offered breastfeeding support, encouragement, and guidance for nearly 50 years.

http://www.SpinningBabies.com offers some simple techniques for turning breach or posterior babies, including illustrations of beneficial positions during the last weeks of pregnancy and early labor.

http://www.OregonMidwifery.org a free educational site for birth resources in Oregon as well as other parts of the U.S.

http://www.DONA.org (Doulas of North America) one of the three certifying agencies for doulas in the U.S.

http://www.bestdoulas.com is an excellent website belonging to my sister, Tracy Hartley, who is a doula practicing in Southern California.

http://www.compleatmother.com (The Compleat Mother magazine) addresses issues of pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding from an alternative perspective.

http://www.nocirc.org (the National Organization of Circumcision Information Resource Centers) provides extensive information about circumcision.

http://www.Hypnobabies.com a website offering information about the Hypnobabies method of hypnotic childbirth, which can offer a peaceful, relaxing, and more comfortable pregnancy, and an easier, fearless, and often pain-free birth.