About Me

Katie, a white blonde woman with pink glasses and a green top with black spots, sits on a sofa with a cup of tea, smiling at the camera.

When I qualified as a nurse in 2010, I cared for neurosurgical patients in critical care. It was an intense job at times, but the part of the job I loved was always supporting and listening to people. After I had children I found a passion in helping families to feel informed, calm and confident for birth and beyond. 

It was obvious early on that birth and postpartum is like nothing else in the health care system – birth and postpartum can’t be pigeon-holed to one type; there’s so much individuality. Person-centred care is talked about a lot but unfortunately it’s not always encouraged, so I really want people to be able to discover what they want and need as an individual.

Katie, a white, blonde woman with pink glasses, holds a baby and pelvis and laughs with her clients.

I began teaching hypnobirthing antenatal classes in 2019, and I can honestly say I’ve learned so much in four years – I started with a diploma with KGHypnobirthing and further qualifications through The Birth Uprising. I also trained as a postnatal doula last year which is a role I’m really enjoying. I’m always updating my knowledge with training and evidence-based information, and I’ve learned so much from passionate midwives and experts across the world.

Having had a career in nursing, I know there’s a balance between medical intervention and feeling empowered to make decisions. It’s all about individual choice and having the information to figure out what decision is right for you – whatever you want to know, I’m here to support you. 

My services have evolved into something I’m incredibly proud of, helping you develop the tools to cope with the next stage of your life. With over a decade of experience supporting people through change, I can’t wait to continue helping new families feel informed, calm and confident in pregnancy, birth and postpartum.


Dip(HB) BSc(Hons)

What is it?

Hypnobirthing is a logical, simple and practical way of preparing for birth.

Understand your body, get your birth partner involved and discover evidence-based information about your choices. Prepare for wherever birth takes you and feel able to ask questions. Knowledge is calm!


Personal support from the point we meet until your birth and beyond!

Evidence-based, professional and informal discussion about what matters to you. Choose between a private course, group course, pregnancy relaxation or postnatal support. 

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