CAN HELP YOU WITH:
- Pelvic floor care
- Pregnancy care
- Fertility and hormonal health coaching
- Recovering from trauma
- Postpartum period
- Body Image
- Better Sex
- Getting off birth control
Everywhere! 🌍 She works virtually!
Jillian (she/her) is a licensed midwife that helps people experience transformative reproductive healthcare and sexual healing. Drawing from over 15 years of experience, her work blends reproductive, pelvic, and sexual health with the esoteric, energetic, and spiritual realms. She has supported hundreds of women and families through the sexuality of pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and early parenting. Her practice was born out of a deep desire to smash the paradigms of fear and control under which we’ve all been held captive far too long. You can work with Jillian virtually from anywhere in the world!
WHY WE LOVE HER:
- Highlights the importance of sexuality in the perinatal period
- Birth and postpartum trauma is REAL. She gives you the space and support to work with it.
- You can work with her from prepping for pregnancy through the postpartum period!
USE HER FOR:
- Pregnancy coaching
- Conception coaching
- Postpartum support
- Healing from birth trauma or postpartum trauma
- Perinatal period + Sex coaching
FROM HER REFERENCES:
“She has this deep respect for the human condition and creates space to look at life experience that can cause trauma to come up – she looks at those things very carefully – and has this wisdom about these things. The thing that sets Jillian apart is this deep awareness – she is so conscious and has the ability to know what to do in situations. It comes from a deep well of wisdom and her skillset is not limited to women’s health – she has this broader range of knowledge and information. She’s a sage and continues to learn and cultivate that knowledge.”
“Her greatest strength is courage. She is the only white women in our circle who was willing to speak out about allyship. She used her platform and advocacy (at the risk of losing clients) – she drew her line in the sand. She was one of the few who was willing to use her platform to say what needed to be said – and she wasn’t hostile.”