If you are searching this website to find support, please let me begin by extending my sincere condolences that you are experiencing Pregnancy or Early Infant loss. Loss of a baby is a most difficult experience. Know that you do not have to do this alone. There are professional services and peer supports that can help you to find a path with your own unique experience of grief. No two stories will be the same... no two expressions of mourning will be the same. As a Social Worker and Doula I am able to bring several perspectives to your loss experience. In my years of supporting the Birth Community I have spent countless hours supporting women who have experienced Pregnancy and Early Infant Loss. As I am not a Loss Mother myself, I am able to remain free and clear of grief triggers and set a space to support your own unique experience with loss. Professional services aligned with peer supports can fortify you in varied ways. Because grief is not a linear nor predictable process, I have gathered many other professionals in the local community that can add to your healing. The incidence of loss is much higher than the general public is aware of. You are not alone and need not feel isolated and lost in this time of grief. Seeking support for your loss reduces isolation, reduces risk for postpartum depression, and mitigates trauma. My intention is to change Silent Loss into Spoken Loss. Every Mother wants to know that her baby mattered. Presence Pregnancy and Early Infant Loss Services provides professional emotional, physical, and educational support for current and past losses. When Silent Loss becomes a Spoken Loss the trajectory of your grief can be altered. Presence Services are available in person and through written and telephone communication.