Free Call Replay: Reproductive Rights in a Post Roe Era
This is a replay recording from the Reproductive Rights follow up call with Kimberly Ann Johnson on July 28th, 2022.
The goop Podcast: The Healing Potential Within Our Bodies
I recently sat down with The goop Podcast talk about the healing potential within our bodies. On this podcast, we talk about a few things
Somatic Experiencing, Birth, Sex & Trauma
When I got the invitation for Luke Storey’s podcast, thanks to an introduction from Alisa Vitti, I knew I wanted to do it in person, if
Sex Work Is Soul Work
I can’t separate sex work from soul work. For me the essence of each of us, our soul, reveals itself at the thresholds, the thresholds
What’s Going On With Your Post-Baby Vagina?
When it comes to your post-birth nether regions, don’t believe everything you hear—that is, if you’ve heard anything at all! Whether your baby was born
The Elusive Big “O”
PART 1 A sweet young woman walks into my office flashing a bright, straight smile. She sits down on the table across from me, leans
Post-Partum Depression Isn’t Always Depression
Everyone knows that I am a champion of women in the post-partum period. And so, when the NY Times last week published an article on maternal
Birth Injury – Common But Not Normal
Rant alert. Each week women come into my office with a troubling problem that their doctor, midwife or even physical therapist has told them is
How To Create The Ideal Birth Experience
Home Birth. Hospital Birth. Drugs. No Drugs. Doctor. Midwife. Doula. Our ideals. Practicalities. Money. Opinions. Having walked the path of pregnancy and birth with dozens
So You Have A Prolapse- Now What?
So You Have a Prolapse- Now What? You’re feeling heaviness, sagginess or even a bulge in your pelvic floor. Or maybe you even feel like
Exquisite Self-Care In The First 6 Weeks
The most difficult but most important part of the 6 weeks, post-partum period is taking care of ourselves. Ideally we would have a team of
15 Minutes To Reduce Your Risk Of Post-Partum Depression
This title sounds gimmicky and impossible, but in fact Italian researchers Paula di Blasio and Chiara Ionio found that 15 minutes of expressive writing about