Jodilyn Owen

Jodilyn Owen is a mother, soon-to-be-midwife, long-time childbirth and parenting educator and doula. She specializes in newborn assessments and was a speaker at the Trust Birth Conferences of 2008 and 2010. She enjoys writing, boxing, belly dancing, hiking and camping and can be found online at www.seattlebirthnet.com.

The Mindfulness of Midwifery: Creating a Practice with Intent

How can we help ourselves and other midwives not burn out from the time-consuming, all-encompassing work that is midwifery? In this article, author Jodilyn Owen offers some sound advice based on her own past struggles with time management and burnout.

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Midwifery Model of Care—Childbirth Education: Shifting the Paradigm

The author encourages midwives, doulas and childbirth educators to reconsider how they are educating women and families about birth. She poses a model that encourages them to question and think, and become their own experts.

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