Jan knows that mothers and fathers want to be good parents! But, sometimes being a parent can be an overwhelming experience. Jan provides private consultations with families facing some of the following challenges:
- Painful latch
- Problems with baby’s weight gain
- Transitioning from bottle back to breastfeeding
- Low milk supply
- Frequent feeding
- Fussy baby
- Pumping issues
- Return to work plans
- Beginning solids
- … and more
- Difficulty understanding the newborn
- Attachment concerns
- Fretful sleep or poor eating habits in the new baby
- Difficulty with older baby’s napping, sleep and temperament
- Toddler struggles: tantrums, bedtime, sibling rivalry
- Pre-schooler: Sleep problems, discipline concerns, bringing a new baby in home, etc.
Jan has worked professionally with babies, young children and their families for decades in North Carolina. At Wake Health Services (Wake County) and SAS Institute Health Care CenterShe has taught nurses, lactation consultants, physicians, doulas, childbirth educators and infant massage specialists. A published author, she has developed parent education resources and workshops that are used worldwide and has been a well-received speaker at local, regional, national and international conferences. Click HERE to learn more about Jan’s experience.
Home, Office and SKYPE Consultations
Private Consultations are provided at your home, Jan’s office in Durham, NC (near Duke University), or via Skype.
Unfortunately, the great variation in insurance policies, co-payments and deductibles makes it impossible for Jan to submit clients’ insurance forms. However, Jan will complete appropriate form which families can submit to their insurance provider.
To schedule an appointment, email Jan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 919-923-6609 (9:00 AM – 9:00 PM, USA Eastern Time).
Consultation and Fees
The parent-child visit fee is $125 for a 1.5 hour session at my home office. ($150 for a visit to your home.) This fee covers Jan ‘s review of your history form, the 1.5 hour visit and a followup phone consultation. Some parent concerns may require additional visits.
Before the consultation parents are sent a history form to capture important family, prenatal and birth history, as well as current parenting concerns. Jan will carefully review this material before the parent-child visit. Both parents or significant others are encouraged to attend the visit. Jan welcomes the family to invite their doula, nurse, lactation consultant, or midwife to attend the consultation, if they desire.