An interview with Julia Jones, the founder of Newborn Mothers
Ever feel totally stressed keeping track of everything you have to do?
Wish you were better equipped with support to overcome the sleep deprivation that came with becoming a new mom? The old saying goes: “It takes a village to raise a child.” Yet, how many moms have the support of their communities when raising their kids?
Today’s guest, Julia Jones, addresses these issues and more.
Julia is a postnatal doula trainer with over 1000 students in over 30 different countries around the world.
She’s a graduate of The Neuroscience Academy in Brain Science and Wellness. But she’s also really fascinated by traditional medicine and culture.
It’s through merging those two realms that she’s created a unique way of working that takes new moms beyond feeling overwhelmed and exhausted and delivers peace and joy in the transition to motherhood.
She is the bestselling author of two books Newborn Mothers and Nourishing Newborn Mothers.
In today’s interview she discusses:
– The changes that occur in womens’ brains when they become mothers.
– The crucial need for postpartum care and it’s tremendous value
– How various cultures around the world care for new mothers and what we can learn from them.
– The need for every mother to have a village to support her
– The support and systems she has in place that allows her to do the work she does supporting other mothers and postpartum professionals.
– Why women’s voices need to be heard and professions that care for mothers need to be highly valued.
You can learn more about her work at: https://newbornmothers.com/
Also, you can check out the book she mentions, Invisible Woman by Caroline Criado Perez here.
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