I offer private services to families requiring antenatal and/or postnatal breastfeeding and chestfeeding support. My support can be accessed in a variety of ways depending on your individual situation and requirements. I offer home visits, online consultations or phone/text/Whatsapp support.
My services centre around a personalised approach, using evidence-based information to empower you on your journey. I do not set time limits; each session takes as long as we need. My aim is to work with each client in an individualised way, supporting your needs and acknowledging your family dynamics and feeding goals.
I complete regular training to keep up to date with the latest research and work within the IBLCE Code of Professional Conduct. I hold my own professional insurance.
If you are finding yourself restricted from accessing my services due to financial circumstances, please contact me and I can discuss a variety of options with you, including payment plans or directing you to other free or low-cost sources of support.
*Prices marked with an asterisk are for CT14, 15, 16, and 17 postcodes. Outside of these areas travel expenses will apply.
Terms and Conditions
Payment - A minimum payment of 50% of the total cost is required to secure your booking.
Full payment must be made by 24 hours prior to the appointment.
Cancellation - If you wish to cancel a pre-arranged appointment the following terms apply:
- 72+ hours notice - full refund.
- 24-72 hours notice - 50% refund of total cost.
- Within 24 hours - no refund.
In the event that I am required to cancel an appointment, a full refund will be given and I will endeavor to source alternative IBCLC support for you.
Follow-up support - If follow-up support is part of your consultation this can be accessed via email, text or Whatsapp. Messages and emails will be responded to within 24 hours of receiving them (often sooner) and will only be monitored during the standard working day.
The National Breastfeeding helpline - 0300 100 0212 Free telephone support from trained Breastfeeding Counsellors from The Association of Breastfeeding Mothers and The Breastfeeding Network. Open 9.30am to 9.30pm daily.
Drugs in Breastmilk Information Service - A free service run by pharmacists to help you investigate whether a drug may be safe to use while breastfeeding or if there may be a preferable alternative.
Unicef Baby Friendly Initiative Resources - evidence-based information for parents and breastfeeding support workers including useful videos showing positioning and attachment, hand expressing and more.
www.breastfeeding.support - a website created by Philippa Pearson-Glaze IBCLC. A huge range of evidence-based information and articles.