April 2022 CCCN New & Renewed Membership

Updated: Jun 10


Central Coast Childbirth Network (CCCN) is proud to have exceptional members that are also dedicated to our mission and vision. CCCN Members amplify our vision to be a leading organization for the birth and wellness professionals on the Central Coast, building a platform to bridge the professionals' information and education to the community.


We would like to introduce and thank the New and Renewed CCCN Memberships from April 2022. Thank you for your support!


New Members:


The Mayan Collective

Retail

We started our small business with the desire to help others in need. We're so blessed to live in a country that has more than enough. In Guatemala there are a lot of people that are less fortunate. Because of this reason, we felt in our hearts to help people in Guatemala. However, we wouldn't be able to do it without your support. With your purchase you'll be helping a kid or a family in need. We donate a portion of our sales to help kids and families in need in different villages in Guatemala.



Atascadero Ultrasound 3D/4D & Diagnostic

Birth Center

Now offering 3D/4D Elective Ultrasounds and Diagnostic Exams. Specializing in OB and GYN (preconception) with over a decade of experience in High Risk OB and Fetal Echo.



Molly Held Doula Services

She/Her

Doulas

I am committed to supporting women through pregnancy, birth, & postpartum. I strongly believe that women deserve to birth on their own terms and as your doula, I will assist you in whatever shape that takes, be it at the hospital, your home, or a birthing facility. I will also provide you with up to date and evidence based information to guide you in your decision-making.


Great Oaks Doula, Doula, Owner

She/Her

Doulas

I am a newly trained postpartum and birth doula, serving SLO county. I have 2 children of my own and fervently believe in supporting families as they move through the journey of pregnancy and postpartum.




Renewed Members:


Katrina Bolduc Birth Services

She/Her

Midwifery

I am honored to offer birth services to our amazing community. As a licensed midwife my goal is to support, empower, provide evidence based information, and assist in making your birth journey as memorable as possible. I offer an array of services encompassing the prenatal, labor, birth, and the postpartum period as well as well-woman care.



SLO Birth Collective

Doulas, Parenting Support & Education

SLO Birth Collective is a place where we are passionate about childbirth, from preconception all the way through parenting. We committed to helping birthing people find the best evidence based support, education and resources to fit their particular needs. We hope that SLO Birth & Doula Collective will be a safe haven for you.



M. Richert Counseling, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

She/Her

Mental Health and Wellness Professional

M.Richert Counseling is a therapy private practice owned by Megan Richert, LCSW that specializes in serving women and their partners with perinatal mental health challenges. This can include infertility, miscarriage, stillborn loss, Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders (both during pregnancy and postpartum), difficulty adjusting to parenting roles and relationship challenges. My goal is to provide a safe space for women and their partners to process their perinatal experiences and to learn coping skills that increase their mental wellness.



Mishell Whitacre, LM, RN, IBCLC

Birth Center

Full time midwife working privately and with Santa Lucia Birth Center offering full prenatal, postnatal and ongoing support with education and support groups. Preceptor for midwifery students and doulas, believe in the God given calling of midwifery and support women of their birthing choices; whether at home, or at the birth center, or hospital.



 

Do you want to connect with other local birth and wellness professionals? Are you looking for resources from preconception through the first year of parenting? Learn more about CCCN Members in our UPDATED online directory.


Are you a Birth and Wellness Professional on the Central Coast? Join our Network and learn how you can become a member. Join CCCN and Apply here!


Authored in collaboration with:

Sadie Cooper, CCCN Intern

Zabrina Cox, CtP Program Director


CCCN Provider Directory is a membership listing and not responsible for the opinions, practice, or health care services provided by individuals listed on this site. We suggest that clients do their own research to confirm that a provider’s beliefs and practices are consistent with their own. Membership in CCCN is open to birth professionals regardless of race, gender, creed, sexual orientation, age, or disability who serve SLO and N. Santa Barbara Counties.


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