Doula Passion

Meet Your Delaware Doula Coach

Delaware doula Yvette Wright is the owner and founder of Circle of Birth Doula Services. She is passionate about empowering women in wellness education in Maternal, Infant, Child Health to ensure healthier birth outcomes while reducing maternal mortality rates and poor infant and birth outcomes. This was her primary reason for becoming a Doula.

Registered Nurse for over 25 years in the areas of pregnancy care management.

 

 

Since Yvette was a young girl, she has loved seeing and caring for pregnant women, infants, and children. Her passion for alternative and holistic education and wellness, along with her love for pregnant women, infants, and children merged into adoration for Circle of Birth Doula Services where she envisioned educating and supporting pregnant women and their families and engages in continuous Doula and evidence based training on preconception care, and prenatal and postpartum care.

 

Yvette received training as a Doula through DONA International.

 

 

Yvette simply loves everything Mom-Baby related. In pursuit of an avenue to provide holistic emotional support and wellness education or all pregnant women.  Yvette has worked as a Registered Nurse for over 25 years in the areas of pregnancy care manager, postpartum visit nurse, maternal-child health, pediatrics, case management, supervisory, home health, health equity, and quality improvement.

 

She is passionate about empowering women and improving health equity and wellness education in Maternal, Infant, Child Health

 

 

Yvette graduated from University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Walden University with a Master of Science in Health Education and Promotion (MSHEP). Yvette received training as a Doula through DONA International.  Yvette is the author of "And Hannah Stopped Crying: Biblical Reflections of Purpose, Promise, and Hope for Women Facing Infertility"; she has also co-authored a journal article entitled...

"Empowering pregnant and postpartum women to have healthier birth outcomes through education, emotional support, and advocacy"