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One on One Lactation Consultations

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About one on one consultations

Individualized expert care to meet your breastfeeding goals.
Professional support from an IBCLC, the gold standard in lactation care.

Whether you need an expert helping hand with a particular difficulty or challenge or you are looking to check-in with a professional for reassurance that you and your baby are doing well and are on track to meet your breastfeeding goals, we will support you on your journey to a fulfilling and satisfying breastfeeding experience.


Postpartum lactation consultations

Does this sound familiar?

My nipples are sore! Breastfeeding is painful.

My baby is gaining weight slowly and needs supplements of pumped breastmilk and/or formula. Where do I go from here?

I think my milk supply is low. How can I know my baby is getting enough?

I’m looking for help to increase my milk supply.

My baby has a “tongue-tie” and I need help to breastfeed more comfortably with a deep latch.

My baby is making funny sounds at the breast: clicking, popping, coughing, etc…

I’m going back to work soon…How can I plan my return to work and continue with my breastfeeding goals?

What is a postpartum lactation consultation and how can it help?

In the early days:

The first few days and weeks at home with your newborn baby are an exciting time of transition. You will be getting to know your new baby and learning about yourself as a parent. It is an adjustment period in your parenthood journey. Sometimes an extra hand can make the transition smoother and help you navigate through any feeding difficulties, so you can more fully enjoy this special time with your new baby.

Breastfeeding is a relationship and a learned art. It’s normal to have lots of questions and to need support as you and your baby learn together. During a postpartum lactation consultation, we will work together to find what works best for you and your baby so you can move forward in your breastfeeding journey in comfort and with growing confidence.


As your baby grows:

Moving on to the next chapter in your breastfeeding journey, such as introducing solids for your baby or transitioning back to work for you, means navigating a new rhythm together. There’s a lot of information out there. It can be overwhelming sifting through it all on your own. We can work together to create a plan that will work for your individual situation and goals so you and your baby can gently adapt to your new rhythm with supportive guidance at every step.

Initial lactation consultation with an IBCLC:

  • 90 to 120-minute home visit or virtual consultation

  • One (1) week of phone, text, and email support (up to 30 minutes)

  • Have time to discuss your concerns and work together on building your personalized toolkit of strategies, techniques, and resources so you can continue your breastfeeding journey in comfort and with growing confidence.

  • Get answers to your burning questions.

  • Co-create an individualized care plan with strategies and techniques that work for you and your baby.

  • Leave with a sense of relief that you are not alone and have the resources you need to support you along your breastfeeding journey and recognize the signs that you and your baby are doing well.

Initial Home Visit - $225
Initial Virtual - $215

Follow-up Postpartum Lactation Consultations

Home visit - 1 hour - $110
Virtual - 1 hour - $100
Virtual - 30 minutes - $50

Postpartum Lactation Consultation FAQs

Prenatal Conultations
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Prenatal Lactation Consultations

Does this sound familiar?

  • Breastfeeding was a difficult experience with my previous baby. I want to plan ahead and do what I can to get off to a good start from the beginning and have someone I trust to turn to with my questions if I need professional help.

  • I previously had a breast reduction and I want to be prepared to optimize my milk supply, learn the signs that my baby is getting enough in the early days and beyond, and learn about how and when to give milk my baby supplements or breastmilk or formula if needed.

  • I’m expecting twins! I want to plan ahead to encourage an abundant milk supply for them and learn positions and strategies to feed them together.

  • I want to breastfeed my baby, but I’m worried my medical history might complicate things.

  • I’m planning to pump and bottle feed exclusively. How can I get started and continue to reach my breastfeeding goals?

What is a prenatal lactation consultation and how can it help?

Before your baby arrives, we’re here to help you plan for success!

Get personalized guidance and support to create a care plan to meet your individual needs and goals. This is ideal for expectant parents who have particular concerns for themselves or their baby with regard to breastfeeding.

Whether it be a difficult previous experience with breastfeeding, medical condition concerns or fertility challenges, families can benefit from expert guidance to support them to meet their breastfeeding goals.

Initial prenatal lactation consultation:

  • 90 to 120-minute home visit or virtual consultation

    Have the opportunity to discuss your breastfeeding goals and build realistic expectations based on your unique circumstances.

  • Co-create an individualized care plan with options, strategies, techniques, and step-by-step check-in points and signs to know things are going well for you and your baby at every step.

  • Identify resources you can access to support your family through these next steps in your parenting journey.

  • Begin your breastfeeding journey feeling empowered with the knowledge to move forward with growing confidence

Home Visit - $225
Virtual - $215

Follow-up prenatal lactation consultation

Home visit - 1 hour - $110
Virtual - 1 hour - $100
Virtual - 30 minutes - $50

Prenatal Lactation Consultation FAQs

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