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This podcast is about the journey it takes to become a midwife. Listen each week as midwives tell the story of their very own Journey to Midwifery. Contact me at JourneyToMidwiferyPodcast@gmail.com ~~Instagram and Facebook at Journey to Midwifery Podcast or @JourneytoMidwiferyPodcast
 
Midwives from all around the world share work conditions, political landscape, community support, and health metrics where they work as well as some amazing birth stories and clinical updates! If you're someone who cares about maternal child health and wants to see midwifery as the gold standard for normal birth around the globe, join us as we give voice to the revolution!
 
Contractions is a podcast about the politics of midwifery. All contractions address the analysis and practical change of one political issue surrounding childbirth, such as obstetric or reproductive violence, care, workload, sexism or racism. Every contraction is necessary to cope with in order to arrive at the birth of a midwifery care wherein all pregnant people feel free, safe, and emotionally and physically supported. Contractions' aim is to start an international dialogue with midwives ...
 
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You won't want to miss this vulnerable and heartfelt episode. This week cohost Augustine Colebrook is joined by longtime friend Shari Long Romero, DNP, CNM, CPC, CPRC, to discuss her journey through midwifery and self-discovery. She shares how her experience with trauma and addiction in her past brought her to midwifery, away from it, and back agai…
 
This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, cohost Augustine Colebrook is joined by Dr. Stu himself to dive into why Obstetrics as a whole is in deep trouble. They discuss what he would tell a doctor coming into medicine now, what has changed in medicine over the past 20-40 years, and what he would change from his career given the chance. Show Resou…
 
Featuring Gladys Rowe, MSW, PhD (Muskego Inninew, 'Swampy Cree') ​ Gladys Rowe successfully defended her dissertation research in Nov. 2020. In this episode, she will share the knowledge gathered as part of her dissertation process about Indigenous Nationhood and centering stories of full-spectrum doulas.​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specific…
 
Be ready to have your mind blown with this week's episode! Cohost Augustine Colebrook talks with Ohio CPM, Eliza Kay about the revolutionary changes she has made to her midwifery practice. They dive into what brought Eliza to the point of either quitting or making drastic changes, how she made those changes to her business, and a few key lessons sh…
 
Anyone who has been a partner to a midwife knows it comes with unique benefits and challenges. This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, cohost Augustine Colebrook talks with Adam Rawson about just that, being married to a midwife. They discuss tips for partners of a midwife, resources for a healthy marriage, setting boundaries, and the hardest pa…
 
Featuring Nadia Houle (Nehiyaw Iskwew) ​ Nadia has been providing childbirth education and birth support throughout the Treaty 6 Territory for over 15 years. As a registered acupuncturist, birthworker, lactation counselor, and reproductive health advocate; she will share the story of her journey as an Indigenous Birthkeeper and community organizer.…
 
This week on the Midwifery Wisdom podcast, co-host Augustine Colebrook talks with recently graduated midwife Marlee Adams about one of the most important yet greatly understudied topics, mental health during pregnancy. Marlee shares their research on Perinatal Bi-Polar Disorder and the tools and resources they have discovered for both midwives and …
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Jasha Lyons Echo-Hawk (Seminole, Pawnee, Creek, Omaha, Iowa) ​Join us as we hear from Jasha, co-founder of Indigenous Milk Medicine Collective and learn more about Indigenous Milk Medicine Week (formerly Native Breastfeeding Week). They will share on topics such as the importance of inclusive language…
 
Both parents and midwives alike, you'll want to grab a pen and paper and prepare for some incredible note-taking with this week's episode of the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast. Cohost Augustine Colebrook speaks with Sarah Thompson, certified functional medicine practitioner and author of the book Functional Maternity. They dive into all things functional…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/podcast Featuring Hope Mayotte (Yellow Cloud Woman, Eagle Clan) ​ Mother of six children, Indigenous doula and student midwife, Hope is the owner of Wiiji-Nitaawiginaawasojig Indigenous Birth Services. She lives and works on her reservation in Bad River, where she incorporates her culture and teachings into her …
 
Grab a drink and settle in for this power-packed episode of the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast. Cohost Leila Wyatt talks with Lindsey Oakes, a Queer and Nonbinary CPM practicing in California. They dive into how the show "19 Kids and Counting" introduced Lindsey to Midwifery, their experience studying at Nizhoni, working with the Amish community, tips fo…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Miriam Zmiewski-Angelova MPH, P-3 (Chocktaw, Cherokee, Sauk/Fox, African American, and Ashkenazi) Featuring stories, photos, and artwork, Miriam will highlight the complicated histories for Black-Native individuals in her family and how that shaped the way she approached pregnancy, childbirth and chil…
 
This week, co-host Augustine Colebrook is joined by Nicole Morales to dive into topics such as working with breech birth, storytelling the process of birth, and working through the births you've attended as a birth worker. Nicole Morales is a mother, a wife, a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a midwife, a doula, a friend, and a mentor. Empowered by her…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org Featuring Bethany Earl RN, MSN, CNM (Potawatomi, Shawnee) ​​ A traditional woman of the Eagle Clan, Beth is an Indigenous Certified Nurse Midwife, herbalist, mother and grandmother. She has caught 1327 little ones, as well as mentored and supported countless families in reconnecting to the traditions of their an…
 
This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, co-host Augustine Colebrook is joined by Ilka Fanni Szilagyi, SpBCPE, Alana Joy Diamos, LM, CPM, and Michelle Borok, LM, to dive into defensively charting fetal heart tones. This episode is packed with valuable information for seasoned midwives and students alike! Show Resources -Fetal Heart Tone Monitorin…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Jacquelyn Aurora Ingram CPM, Certified Lacatation Consultant, Maternal Child Health Consultant (Aleut, member of the Ninilchik Traditional Council) ​​ This episode is dedicated to those who wish to prepare for an optimal pregnancy, as well as those who are currently experiencing fertility struggles. B…
 
Prepare yourself for this power-packed episode! Co-host Augustine Colebrook and Anna, The Spiritual Midwife", dive into some deep and heavy topics this week. They discuss their experiences with being in Australia during the Covid shutdown in 2019, midwifery in Australia, Sweden, and the U.S., the broken system across the globe, learning from trauma…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Millicent Simenson LPN, Certified Lactation Specialist, Perinatal Educator, Breastfeeding Counselor and Midwife Assistant (Arikara/Anishinaabe) ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new families! www.indigenous-midwifery.orgAutor: Center for Indigenous Midwifery
 
This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, co-host Angela Love talks with Christina Jemine, a CPM, Founder of the Black Sisters Birth Academy, and author of My Mommy Makes Milk. They discuss how she discovered midwifery from a book her friend literally "tossed" her way, pursuing a nursing degree, how she landed on the CPM route, her experience bein…
 
In this episode, cohost Augustine Colebrook is joined by the Holistic OBGYN himself, Nathan Riley. They dive into how he got involved in Midwifery and what he does now to support midwives, why Obstetrics needs midwives, the healthcare crisis, systemic issues, and so much more. Nathan will also be a speaker at the 2022 Midwifery Wisdom Experience in…
 
This week co-host Leila Wyatt talks with midwife Chae Pounds. Chae is on track to become the only Black Certified Professional Midwife in the greater New Orleans area, in this episode Leila and Chae discuss how an accident brought Chae to midwifery, the laws around birth in Louisiana, racism in midwifery, hands-off practice, and so much more. Bio: …
 
Welcome back to the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast! We are ready to kick off Season 2 with a bang! This week co-host Augustine Colebrook talks with licensed therapist Krysta Dancy about all things trauma and burn-out in the birth world. Krysta shares her experience working with combat veterans as her first teacher in therapy around PTSD and how she saw s…
 
Listen in on a recent conversation I had with midwives Jessica and Bethel! We talked about the difficulties of educating midwives, why we should focus on educating more awesome birth assistants then, how mandatory MEAC education is crippling Alaskan midwifery, and how Alaskan regulation is restricting women’s access to midwifery care. These two mid…
 
This is a unique episode where you can listen in on a section of our Answering the Call to Radical Midwifery Retreat from April 2022 where Maryn and Margo share the origins of Indie Birth and answer questions from attendees about licensing, underground midwifery, what happens when clients aren’t a good match, fear of persecution […]…
 
Listen in on this coaching and consulting session where Margo answers questions and talks all things preceptorship with a lovely Greek midwife. She had trained in the UK where the apprenticeship/hands on learning looks quite different than the model we teach. One of our students reached out to her about the potential to apprentice and […]…
 
Join me for another awesome discussion (best one yet?!) with Jennifer, whose work I admire so much. As a midwife I have seen how mental health, overcoming limiting beliefs, and tapping into your own power is essential if we are going to reclaim birth. Jennifer’s nervous system focused approach feels like it is an essential […]…
 
I’ve been talking to some really cool midwives lately, and this episode is no exception. Jessica, affectionately known as the Combat Midwife, tells us about her origin story, her work teaching birth skills to military medics, and midwifing in a refugee camp. Her energy is contagious! I was so excited to explore some unique ways […]…
 
Margo talks with author Allan Stevo all about how setting boundaries and standing up for you health autonomy is crucial in today’s world. We need more lions awake in the world, and Allan is in the business of helping wake the lions up. If you feel alone and crazy, like you’re the only one who […]Autor: Margo Blackstone
 
Allan Stevo is back for a whole episode dedicated to talking about the intersection of face masks, bodily autonomy and kids education. Allan shares insight, tips, and stories about standing up to mandates, and why this really isn’t “over” even here in June 2022. I was inspired to think more about how I will approach […]…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Maria Ramos Bracamontes CNM, and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner ​ Founder of Campesinx Womb Care Project: Corazón de Matriz, a mutual aid project for farmworker women and girls. Maria offers community birthworker trainings in English and Spanish, and provides Cerrada de Caderas workshops, a Mexican…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ FeaturingMariposa (Mohawk/southern Tagalog) Mariposa founded Decolonize Diapering as a way to connect Indigenous parents to the ancestral ways of children having "potty independence." They are also a birthworker and a lactating solo parent of a toddler. Homebirther. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifica…
 
If you love research, this is the podcast for you! Judy has had a long, rewarding career with the last 20 years spent doing research, in particular with the benefits of delayed cord clamping. Judy is a brilliant woman with so much going on in her mind, she is fascinating! Here's a link that lists the many articles Judith has published: https://www.…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Traci Faith Guw Thonalig Hughes Hamilton, LMT, (Mississippi Choctaw, Mexica, Hiaki, and adopted Tohono O'odham) ​ Licensed Massage Therapist, Full Spectrum Womb Worker, wild food harvester,​ teacher, mother, auntie and grandma. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new famili…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Danica Parkin, Nurse Practitioner and Doula (Pila?sis (Sinixt/Synackstx) ​ Mother of three, language activist, doula and Family Nurse Practitioner who currently works in pediatric primary care. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifically for pregnant & new families! www.indigenous-midwifery.org…
 
Jennifer graciously shares her origin story with us, including her own birth experiences (2 midwife attended and one freebirth), her journey of learning about birth from Gloria Lemay, Jeannine Parvati Baker, Whapio and Michel Odent, two birth center apprenticeship experiences, and the multiple initiations and reckonings she has experienced that hav…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Ibu Robin Lim, Global Midwife, Author, Activist and CNN 'Hero of the Year' (Filipina-American, Micronesian) ​ Join us a for our year-end celebration where we welcome Ibu Robin to the Zoomcast. This amazing opportunity is an intimate evening with Robin, via webinar, that you won't want to miss! www.ind…
 
"Is this safe? Is this sacred? Is this sustainable?" Don't miss this juicy conversation between cohost Augustine Colebrook and CNM Tanya Wills. They talk about the challenges and joys of the profession, dive into mentoring new midwives, and discuss recent events impacting midwifery. Show Resources -NYCPM -Midwifery Wisdom Experience…
 
Cynthia shares her journey to midwifery that happened later in life at age 47, after she had raised and homeschooled her 8 children. I love Cynthia's story that says it's OK to wait! Midwifery will be here when you are your life are ready! She also shares how her midwifery colleagues and her share a birth co-op, super neat concept! http://www.wichi…
 
“I want to be a doula/midwife but I haven’t had kids yet. Does it matter?” I get asked this question ALL the time by aspiring doulas and midwives. I have meant to make this episode for a long time and I’m so glad I did. I share a little bit about how it has been […]Autor: Margo Blackstone
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org Featuring Raeanne Madison, MPH Postpartum Doula (Crane Clan Ojibwe/Mexika/Nahuatl) The cradleboard and mossbag are not just baby carriers: they are Indigenous technologies that perfectly encompass the deep teachings of the postpartum rite of passage. In this conversation, Raeanne will share Anishinaabe perspecti…
 
Join us this week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast for a conversation between cohost Augustine Colebrook and California Midwife Lisa Rawson about facing rejection as a midwife. They cover the many forms of rejection a midwife can face, different types of trauma experienced in birth, and dive deep into taking care of yourself as a midwife. Show Resou…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Marissa Bolaños (Mexican, Purépecha, and Spanish) Mother of two, doula, visual artist and creator of "Revolucion del Parto," a podcast which centers the birth stories of Spanish-speaking families, out-of-hospital birth, and the power of finding your voice. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "Ask the Aunties" specifica…
 
Get a glimpse into what it's like to be the busiest midwife in the nation in this week's episode of the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast. This week cohost Augustine Colebrooks talks with Wantina Brooks-Roach, a midwife in Kentucky who is determined to create a strong community of midwives and educate the birth world on strong preceptor/student relationship…
 
Meg, CNM who is currently spending her retired years in North Carolina discusses her long career of over 40+ years as a midwife. She has cared for such a diverse population in the United States. She has done everything from birth, to family planning, to abortion care. She has some beautiful insights looking back at her career that we have the pleas…
 
This week on the Midwifery Wisdom Podcast, cohost Augustine Colebrook talks with Laureli Denique Morrow, Founder and Executive Director of Midwife Pilgrim. They discuss the program's mission and humanitarian aid from a midwifery perspective, including many stories from Laureli's experience. Augustine also teases a new course coming from the Midwife…
 
https://www.indigenous-midwifery.org/ Featuring Melissa Brown (Anishinaabe Dine) Registered Midwife, Ceremonial Woman, and Mother of 2 beautiful daughters and one Angel Son. In this session, she will share her personal journey, as well as offer insights and wisdom on how we can all support families in their journey of healing. ​ + Plus Live Q&A "As…
 
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