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Individual or Package consultations

- Individual Consultations -

Antenatal Breastfeeding Consultation

(up to 2h)
All the while that I’ve been supporting the mothers of newborn babies I commonly hear the words “I don’t know if I can do this” and “Nobody told me that was going to be this hard,” just wishing that they were more prepared for the challenges associated with caring for a new born baby.

This is why the antenatal sessions that I run are designed to address all of your fears and concerns when to comes to breastfeeding, setting goals together, and ensuring that you feel empowered on your journey and are able to experience the joy of breastfeeding as your confidence grows.
In our sessions we will cover:
  • How breastfeeding works
  • Benefits of breastfeeding for you and for your baby
  • How to have skin to skin contact and why it’s important
  • The importance of the first feed
  • Breastfeeding keys
  • Guidance of positioning and attachment
  • Most common positions
  • Signs of good suction and position
  • Initiating, building and maintaining a good milk supply
  • How to know that your baby is “getting enough milk”
  • Common signs that your baby wants to feed
  • Antenatal hand expressing and how to store your colostrum
  • Empowering and guiding you on this incredible journey that you and your baby will soon start
  • Any questions that you may have

Postnatal Consultation

(up to 2h)
My postnatal care appointment will be in the comfort of your own home, and I will work with you to give you confidence with your new born baby for your first months together.
My personally tailored plan will include:
  • A full history of your baby’s health and birth.
  • A catch up on your breastfeeding journey so far.
  • A bespoke consultation to understand your needs and concerns.
  • My guidance on breastfeeding positioning and plus attachment support.
  • A full observation and latching assessment of a feed.
  • A maternal breast assessment, if necessary.
  • A baby oral assessment, if required.
  • Milk-transfer evaluation.
  • Observation and monitoring of your baby’s weight, if necessary.
  • An individual plan to protect your milk supply.
  • Improvement and guidance to achieve your breastfeeding goals.
  • Any support you need with breastfeeding.
  • Effective bottle-feeding methods to ensure your baby feed in the most effective way (in case you desire a mix of breast and bottle feeding).
  • Breastfeeding or bottle support with babies that need special cares like premature, cleft lips, cleft palate…
  • Answer to any breastfeeding or bottle-feeding questions.
  • Support and guidance for mothers who have stopped breastfeeding but wish to restart (relactation).

Follow-up Breastfeeding
Support Consultation

(up to 1h)
£100 (£90 online)
My ongoing support will ensure that your breastfeeding goals are met, and that you are comfortable and happy with your new responsibilities. I would recommend a follow up within two months of our initial postnatal consultation to review the goals initially set. This follow up can be done remotely or together, whichever you prefer.
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Assessment / Rehabilitation

(up to 30m)
With modern changes to diet and supplement recommendations during pregnancy, tongue ties are more common than ever. I can assess and diagnose a tongue tie, plus help you to understand (through an assessment tool) if the impact of your baby’s oral tethers can be mitigated with positioning, or if the tethers are symptomatic enough to require an appointment with a specialist for. If the latter applies I can refer accordingly. I’m also familiar with the post-frenectomy (tongue tie division) exercises and can both perform, guide, and teach these exercises to ensure a speedy and safe recovery.
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Weaning Consultation:
An Introduction to Solid Food -
Are you and your Baby Ready for Weaning?

(up to 1h 30min)

Are you worried about your baby choking, or confused about what is essential or not when it comes to weaning? If you’re tired of reading conflicting information about weaning, then you’ve finally made it to the right place. I’ll give you the tools that you need to start this new journey, and provide ongoing support and guidance so that you don’t feel alone.

During your bespoke weaning consultation we will cover the following:
  • What weaning onto solid food means, and when it’s the best time to start weaning.
  • How to know when your baby will be ready for weaning.
  • The best foodstuff to start weaning with.
  • How to transition your baby to solid foods whilst continuing to breastfeed or bottle feeding.
  • Essential and recommend equipment.
  • Answering any questions or concerns that you may have.

Consultation: How to Prepare
Yourself to Go Back to Work
Whilst Breastfeeding

(up to 1h 30min)

If you are concerned about going back to work whilst breastfeeding then this is the perfect consultation to help you. I can help to guide you using tried and tested methods to ensure a smooth return to work, during an already overwhelming period. The last thing that you want to be worried about at this time is feeding your baby.

During your bespoke weaning consultation we will cover the following:
  • Alleviating your concerns when it comes to returning to work.
  • Tailoring your breastfeeding pathway, i.e. If you wish to continue breastfeeding, combine breastfeeding with bottle feeding (Breastmilk or formula).
  • Discussing the safest and healthiest options.
  • Breast pump recommendations and how to use them effectively.
  • How to storing breastmilk safely.
  • How to train your baby to accept breast feeding and bottle feeding simultaneously.
  • A detailed plan tailored to your individual needs, taking into consideration your work circumstances and preferences.
  • Answering any questions or concerns that you may have.
All consultations are available from Monday to Friday (from 9am to 6pm).
For an urgent consultation or weekend appointment check my out of hours consultations.

- Packages -

The different packages I offer are tailored for you and the needs of your baby. However, if you would prefer to combine them differently, please contact me by email or drop me a message on my phone number 07879464410 to discuss how we can develop a solution to best match your needs.

Newborn Breastfeeding
Support Package:
£400 (save £100)


(up to 2h)

(up to 2h)

Follow-up breastfeeding Support
(up to 1h)

I would highly recommend this package if you would like to be prepared during your pregnancy with an initial consultation before the arrival of your baby. The initial session is followed up 2-3 days after giving birth, either in hospital or at home to suit your needs, and with a second follow-up visit when it may be needed (within the first month after the birth).

Comprehensive Package:
£550 (save £100)


(up to 2h)

(up to 2h)


Go Back to Work or Weaning Consultation
(up to 1h 30min)

Basic Package:
£260 (save £40)


Choose from Antenatal or Postnatal
(up to 2h)

Plus, one Follow up

Premium Breastfeeding Support Package:
£700 (save £100)


(up to 2h)

(up to 2h)

Follow-up breastfeeding Support
(up to 1h)

Go Back to Work
(up to 1h 30min)

Weaning Consultation
(up to 1h 30min)

As the name of this package states, this is the most extensive package covering everything that you need to know for your journey as a new mother: starting before giving birth, and finishing when you need to go back to work and start weaning your baby. This package also includes ongoing support (via email or WhatsApp) whilst we are working together.

Ongoing Support

Ongoing Support may be useful after your consultation if you think that during your journey you will benefit from further advice and someone that you can reach out to. Remember that I'm only one email or message away. To cater for all, I offer both an individual inquiry, a package of four inquiries and unlimited enquiries are included within the 'Premium Breastfeeding Support Package'. Here are the multiple options available to suit your needs:
  • Via email (1 inquiry): The consultation by email is appropriate if you have a specific problem or quesiton and you would like to have an opinion from a lactation consultant's point of view. You'll receive an email with your answer within a maximum period of 24 hours (prior payment throught the website £20)
  • Package of 4 email inquiries: In case you require more than one consultation by email, I offer this package which provices £10 discount (prior payment through the website £70).
  • Via WhatsApp: One emergency WhatsApp inquiry (reply in less than 2h; every day from 9am to 11pm). Prior payment through the website £25.
  • Via WhatsApp: A week of WhatsApp support. Fair usage applies (prior payment through the website £80).

Weekend / Out of Hours Consultations

If you need a consultation during evening (from 7pm to 11pm), weekends, or Bank Holiday, this is the best service for you. Please find below:

Please contact me directly on or text/call 07879464410 for availability and prices.

  • Evening: From 7pm to 11pm (+£40)
  • Weekend: Saturday (+£50) or Sunday (+£60)
  • Bank holiday: Additional charge of £100

Which package is the best for you?
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What does IBCLC stand for?

An IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant) qualification is awarded to an individual that has demonstrated both knowledge and practical skills in breastfeeding.

Learn more

Frequently asked questions

The most important thing you should be aware of is to look for an IBCLC qualification. There is no other certification that comes close to this.  Here you can get more information about exactly what it entails.  I’d also recommend considering an independent IBCLC (outside of a hospital or clinic base) for a more personal and adaptable service.  You will find no restrictions on appointment times, and always have access to the same lactation consultant to help you along your breastfeeding journey.

The difference is determined by the training. It’s important to know that related titles such as: Breastfeeding Expert, Breastfeeding Specialist, Lactation Expert, etc, can be used freely without holding any specific qualification, of which sometimes are just volunteer mothers that have personal experience in breastfeeding. Whereas IBCLC have been trained holistically in all disciplines related to breastfeeding, and have demonstrated direct care for nursing mothers and babies. Plus follow a Code of Professional Conduct Principles. For further information you can visit

Lactation consultants offer peace of mind during a potentially stressful time by giving advice, helping to troubleshoot breastfeeding problems and give you reassurance. Whether you are a new mother or a seasoned pro, having experts on your side while breastfeeding your little one is one of the most valuable things you can do.

Absolutely! Regardless of if you desire to breastfeed, to expressed your milk and give it to your baby in a bottle, or to give the baby formula, I am here to support you.  I will help you to reach your feeding goals and show you the best bottle-feeding methods to ensure your baby is fed in the most effective way. 

A common worry among new mothers with small breast is whether or not they will be able to breastfeed. It is rare for a mother to be physically unable to breastfeed and breast size is irrelevant when it comes to how much milk you will produce. A mother with small breasts might have just as much milk supply as mother with large breasts. Hormonal changes during pregnancy ensures that your breast tissue produces enough breast milk for your baby.