Kellie Whiskin | Doula | Counsellor
Kellie Whiskin | Doula | Counsellor

Doula services for pregnancy, birth and early parenting

Kellie Whiskin | Doula | Counsellor
Kellie Whiskin | Doula | Counsellor

Doula services for pregnancy, birth and early parenting

Kellie Whiskin | Doula | Counsellor
Kellie Whiskin | Doula | Counsellor

Doula services for pregnancy, birth and early parenting

Kellie Whiskin | Doula | Counsellor
Kellie Whiskin | Doula | Counsellor

Doula services for pregnancy, birth and early parenting

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ABOUT PICKLES & ICE CREAM

I am an experienced and registered doula and have supported women and the people they love for over 11 years now. This includes experience at attending more than 100 births including home births, birth retreats and many local hospitals.

My love and passion for health of the body, mind and soul has led me to train and practice as a counsellor, educator, facilitator, bodyworker, centered body movement therapist and vaginal steam practitioner.

When I began my doula training, my many worlds and passions merged and now compliment each other in the work I offer to date. Today I am blessed to be able to offer my services to women and the people they love.

A little more about me........​

I grew up in a little suburb of Perth, Western Australia. The eldest of five, our house was always full of family and breast-feeding aunties.

​I have given birth to three children: my first being a hospital birth and my second and third being planned home births. These experiences, together with the births I support, enrich my life.​

In following my interests I have studied relaxation, aromatherapy and shiatsu massage. I am a teacher of centred body movement therapy, which explores movement and how this relates us to our internal and external worlds and everything else in between. It gave me a deeper knowledge and awareness of breath, the importance of sound release and every day body movement and visualisation.

I trained as a doula with Rhea Dempsey who is an NACE (National Association of Childbirth Educators) trainer.

I have a Diploma in Counselling and have seen the many benefits counselling can bring. Some of these include: debriefing from a previous birth experience, relationship and family dynamics, early parenting adjustments and holding a safe space for women to share what is coming to the surface in any given moment.

I am dedicated to continually increasing my knowledge and exploring further aspects of the doula role.