One Love Doula News: Press Appearances & Interviews

One Love Doula News

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Yamel spoke with the Tampa Bay Times about the disparities people of color face when seeking quality care during pregnancy and labor, which is why One Love Doula Services offers free planning sessions to help empower these families.

We sat with founder Kristin of Live Simply– a space to help you simplify real and natural wellness because nourishing yourself and your family should not be complicated.  “On today’s podcast, I’m talking with Yamel from One Love Doula Services about pregnancy, the 4th trimester, and motherhood. Yamel shares her wisdom, both as a mom and doula (and RN) about what mothers (and anyone preparing to be a mother) should consider when approaching pregnancy, how to be educated about childbirth choices, and self-care for mothers.” Listen in here.

ABC Action news reached out to One Love to learn more about restrictions to visitors in the birth space. These changes were rapidly changing while hospitals worked to flatten the curve during the Covid-19 pandemic. You can learn more about what other moms were experiencing and listen in on One Love Doula’s feedback here.

Tampa Bay Times reached out to get an insider view on how the pandemic of 2020 impacted doula services. One Love doula and owner Yamel was able to provide more insight on changes and how this time was impacting our beloved clients. Read more about it here.

One Love was interviewed on Romper the leading digital destination for millennial moms แหล่งที่มาของบทความ. Romper reached out to Yamel, RN/ Doula and One Love owner to get more details on the best foods to eat while in labor. You can read the entire article here.

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Yamel was recently interviewed by Joce Black of XONECOLE for a 2018 Mother’s Day edition on Motherhood and style. She goes into detail on what she loves about motherhood and how she maintains her personal style.

Yamel Belen Doula Tampa Florida

Doula and RN Yamel Belen photographed at home in Plant City, Florida.

Yamel Belen discusses her work as a doula and pediatric registered nurse. She talks about how her work as a nurse in the medical foster care system informs her work as a doula, and how she fell into doula work. She discusses trust, empowerment, and the importance of fully supporting women in labor. A mom of five, Yamel talks about involving families in the birth process, the pregnancy-positive culture she grew up in. Plus, what has surprised her most about being a doula and doula news.