Atlanta’s Parent Coach & Doula


As Atlanta’s go-to Parent Coach & Doula, Heather Goodbread guides families gracefully through the many transitions of parenthood. When we're deep in the trenches of newborn night feeds, toddler transitions, sleep deprivation, sometimes all we need is someone. All it takes is a phone call to receive the support and care you deserve.

What is a parent coach & doula?

A Parent Coach & Doula provides evidence-based, parent-tested advice, action plans, resources and more tailored to your personal parenting journey. Offering a collaborative care model through prenatal consults, birth coaching, postpartum doula care, lactation education, night nanny care, infant sleep training, and more.

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She’s sleeping 12 hrs a night which I still consider all due to your guidance. Thanks for saving us and helping me so much! We survived the first year!
— Kate S.

Newborn & Infant Workshops

Newborns do not arrive with with a "do's & don't" list it would be super helpful if they did. Through workshops on newborn care, infant sleep, and babywearing clinics we deep dive into the tried and true tips to calm fussy babies, better understand how infant’s sleep, gain a realistic idea of the "4th trimester" and how to care for the newborn baby.

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She has changed our family’s life tremendously and with her help - we have all come out better parents and a happier family! I have learned so much from her, she’s full of great wisdom.
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Hi, I am Heather

I am doula, lactation counselor, and parent coach. My passion lies in cultivating thriving families of all varieties and I strive to guide you, help you channel your natural intuition, and meet the needs of your family in the most perfectly imperfect way. We're human and we need people. I am here for you.

postpartum support

Hear, Hear!

Follow along with my ramblings about all things baby & family..

I really thought “sleep when the baby sleeps” was complete b.s. You were such a big help to me as I remember being able to take a nap here and there when you were over. I still want to thank you for making my postpartum experience so much better. You are part of my story.