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Services

PACKAGE 1: All about the sleep: wide awake package   $475

This plan works best for families who are ready to start sleeping again and includes:

  • One (1) Hour of FaceTime/Skype/Phone Call to review your intake form
  • Full Analysis of your Child's sleep issues
  • Customized plan based on your child's sleep needs using a method that works for your family
  • Three (3) follow up phone calls ( 15 minutes each )
  • Two (2) daily emails—support starting on the day plan is implemented (includes clarifying emails for fourteen (14) days initiated by parents to be used within one month

 

PACKAGE 2: All about the sleep: almost there package $75/ One (1) DAY OF EMAIL SUPPORT OR $200/ Three (3) DAYS OF EMAIL SUPPORT to be used within two weeks   

This option works well for parents who need advice for a small issues that can be resolved in a short time, or simply have questions about their child's sleep. This option does not include a sleep plan.

 

PACKAGE 3: All about the sleep: let’s talk package   $150

If at any time during our time together you would like to talk on the phone you can add on 60 minutes of phone support for $150 (to be used in two (2) 30 minute phone conversations).

 

PACKAGE 4: All about the sleep: getting ready for baby package   $375
This package is for babies 0-3 Months

Lets nip those sleep issues before they begin by helping you establish good sleep habits from day one. This package includes an email with some helpful tips to help you establish good sleep habits right from the start. This will be the stepping stone to better sleep patterns for the future.

  • One (1) 60 minute phone/Skype consultation
  • Two (2) 30 minute phone calls to use two (2) weeks postpartum
  • Three (3) e-mails to be used throughout your first three (3) months

 

Package 5: all about the sleep: witching hour support   $320  
for three (3) hours

What makes this package special? You can contact me on the day of service needed.

  • Times to be agreed upon
  • This package is for San francisco bay area families
  • Available in Feb 2017

I will come to your home during your baby’s fussy time of the evening and support you any way you need me to from soothing baby to helping baby to sleep. Or simply taking care of baby’s needs while you get some sleep or a chance to shower and/or eat dinner. I will also leave you with some tips on how to establish good sleep habits for baby.

 

If you find this support is needed for more than one evening/night you can add an extra one or two evenings/nights at $65 an hour.

 

SAN FRANCISCO/BAY AREA PARENTS

Home visits are an option for San Francisco/Bay Area parents. Please contact me for more information.


Packages for families I have worked with in the last six months

Package 1: Back on track e mail package   $175

Need some quick advice to help everyone to get back on track and back to sleep. I have the package for you. Three (3 ) days of daily email support to be used within one month.

package 2: let's talk about sleep package   $350

Need some one-on-one time to discuss how to get your child’s sleep back on track. Take advantage of my let’s talk about sleep plan with four (4) 60 minute phone calls over the course of one month.


If you are overwhelmed and in need of sleep help or doula services and may not be able to afford the packages listed, please contact me anyways. I’m always willing to help families; whether, it’s creating a custom package for your family or helping you locate other services.
— Catherine

night Doula Services

Doula Package: 

  • Breastfeeding support
  • Help with the emotional and physical recovery after birth
  • Light housekeeping so that mom does not feel so overwhelmed
  • Assistance with newborn care such as diapering, bathing, feeding and comforting
  • Baby soothing techniques
  • Sibling care
  • Referrals to local resources such as parenting classes, pediatricians, lactation support and support groups
  • INCLUDED: Helping families establish good sleeping habits

Please contact Catherine for availability and pricing options.

DOULA SERVICES: OVERNIGHT SUPPORT

FOUR WEEKS: Three-four nights a week for three weeks with two-three nights a week  for last week.
SIX WEEKS: Three-four nights a week for four weeks with two-three nights a week for last week.
EIGHT WEEKS: Three-four nights a week for six weeks and two-three nights a week for last two weeks.
TWELVE WEEKS: Three-four nights a week for ten weeks and two-three nights a week for last two weeks.

ALL OVERNIGHT SHIFTS ARE FROM  10PM TO 6AM, SCHEDULE OPTIONS MAY BE MODIFIED AND TAILORED TO FIT YOUR FAMILIES NEEDS

About A Doula...

The word “doula” comes from the ancient Greek meaning “a woman who serves” and is now used to refer to a trained and experienced professional who provides continuous physical, emotional and informational support to the mother before, during and just after a birth.

Women have complex needs during childbirth and the weeks that follow. In addition to medical care and the love and companionship provided by their partners, women need consistent, continuous reassurance, comfort, encouragement and respect. They need individualized care based on their circumstances and preferences.

What is the difference between a Postpartum Doula and a baby nurse? 
The postpartum doula’s role is to support everyone in the family, including mom, dad, siblings, and baby. Unlike a baby nurse, whose sole focus is the new baby, the postpartum doula is there to support mom through the postpartum period and to help the family as a whole.

What type of services does a Postpartum Doula provide?
The postpartum doula offers many services to her clients, but her main goals are to help “mother the mother” and nurture the entire family as they transition into life with a newborn. This would include doing things to help mom and dad feel more confident in their roles, sharing education on family adjustment, and tending to the unique needs of a new mother.

Catherine Kerrigan specializes in the postpartum night time period as well as multiples. Catherine is prepared to provide physical (non-medical), emotional and informational support to women and their partners during the weeks following childbirth.