My name is Morgan Turner and I am a Certified BEST Doula, Certified Childbirth Educator, and Lactation Educator. My third birth was a healing, empowering, and transformative experience and it led me directly to Childbirth Educator training in 2015 and Doula training in 2017.
I love birth work. My true passion is supporting women and their partners. I want you to feel safe, loved, and comforted during your birth. I have lived in Eagle River, Alaska for over 20 years. My husband Matt and I have 4 kids, who keep us on the go. I love coffee, cross country skiing, escaping to our cabin by the lake, and living room dance parties.
Hey! I’m Hayley Kocinski. I’m thrilled to be able to offer premium doula support services to people during the addition of a baby, and elevate their experience of this significant transition.
I am especially passionate about connecting people to their inner wisdom and creating an inclusive, safe birth experience for everyone.
Along with doula work, I am also an Anchorage WIC breastfeeding peer counselor, a board member of the Alaska Birth Collective, volunteer for AK perinatal health programs, and run a free local Facebook support group (Pregnant in Alaska).”
Hi, Im Dominkia Buck. Having had the experience of pregnancy, birth and postpartum with my 4 kids, I am well aware of the struggles that this season can bring. As a Doula and a Birth Assistant, I am trained and experienced in supporting families through pregnancy, childbirth and in the postpartum.
I provide compassionate and non-judgmental care, and evidence based education that reduces fear and instills confidence as families navigate through this special season. I consider it a privilege to serve the families in our community and I believe that together we can make the world a better place by supporting and empowering one parent at a time.
Hi, my name is Jamie Scearcy. I am a mother of three, a military spouse, a VBAC mom, and a doula. After having my own healing birth experience with the support of a doula, I know that’s what I needed to be doing. I have learned women are empowered in birth when they are supported, informed, and leaders in their own care.
I believe that every woman deserves to have a safe and satisfying birth experience, and that experience may look different for each one of us. I want all women to leave their births feeling strong, heard, and empowered. I completed my doula training while stationed in Okinawa, Japan in 2013 through DONA International, and I have been supporting mothers ever since. When I am not supporting families I enjoy hiking, fishing, painting, and photography.