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KMC Germany Chapter


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KMC Germany Chapter


About Us

 

 
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The Mission:  

The Military Birth Resource Network provides a supportive network for military families by developing opportunities for women and their families to be a part of a community that provides pregnancy, labor and birth, postpartum, lactation, and parenting support from one duty station to the next.

What We Offer:

  • Provider listings: Doulas, IBCLC's, Birth Centers, etc.

  • Free Birth Talk meetings to include guest speakers and informative topics.

  • Events such as movie showings,workshops, Birth & Baby Fairs, Red Tent Events.

  • Connections with other families in the community.

  • Support Groups

Want to learn about local events this chapter is hosting? Connect with us on Facebook.

 

Chapter LEADER

 

 
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Chapter Leader

Katie Rachanow

Email: kmc@militarybirthresourcenetwork.org

 

 
 
 
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KMC Chapter Member Professionals


Providing resources for military families at Kaiserslautern and

surrounding areas.

KMC Chapter Member Professionals


Providing resources for military families at Kaiserslautern and

surrounding areas.

 

 

We are happy to provide listings for your community.  The birth professionals listed have endorsed the Military Birth Resource Network's Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice and where applicable they have a base license. These professionals endorse our goal to make a positive difference for pregnant women, new mothers, and their families through education, nurturing, and advocacy while fostering respect, knowledge, and integrity among professionals everywhere. 

Find  a birth or postpartum doula. There are a range of levels of experience for doulas from the newly trained doula to a doula with many years experience.  Doulas listed on our website do not work for MBRN or the local chapter. There are a range of "well seasoned" to "brand new" doulas to fit your needs. Doulas listed on our website do not work for MBRN or the Local Chapter.  We support a mother's right to choose the type of birth that is right for her - un-medicated, medicated, cesarean, VBAC, home birth, hospital birth, or birth center birth.  Every woman will choose birth practices that she feels is right for her and regardless of those choices, our goal is to support her during this incredibly important time.  There are variations in philosophies and practices in the professionals listed in our member guide.  The doulas within our network are trained by a national or internationally recognized organization.  It is the responsibility of each consumer to verify the credentials of each professional.  MBRN encourages consumers to interview professionals to determine which professional is the right person for their needs.  Some doulas may provide volunteer services while others will charge a fee for service, MBRN does not regulate a doulas' fee but the network does encourage doulas participating in this program to consider each families' situation and circumstances.

 

 

Chapter member Professionals

 

Breathe in Balance

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Katie Rachanow

{E-RYT, Prenatal Yoga Teacher, Recognized Doula and CBEEvidence Based Birth® Instructor}

Website: Breathe in Balance

Phone: +49 1631757121

Email: katie@breatheinbalance.com

 

Offering Prenatal Yoga services, doula services and Evidence Based Birth® classes in Childbirth research to parents and professionals

 
 

 

Whitney metz doula services

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Whitney Metz

{Birth & Postpartum Doula, Childbirth Education, Belly Binding}

Phone: 01629528635

Email: ChilesWhitney86@gmail.com

Whitney is a DONA trained Doula. But before becoming a Doula, Whitney worked as a medic for Med Flight in Dayton Ohio. In addition, she also spent seven years as a combat medic in the US Army. During her time in the Army she served as a field medic during Operation Enduring Freedom. Following deployment she worked as a trainer and instructor for various NATO medical field operations. After leaving the EMS field she decided to help serve her community in a different way by becoming a Doula. Whitney now advises  families on how to achieve their desired birth experience through evidence based education and by providing emotional support during pregnancy, birth and beyond.


The Military Birth Resource Network is very excited to have such an amazing asset to the community leading our team.