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This has been a crazy few years of changes. Midwifery at its best is full of challenges of balancing quality care for clients and being a mother for your family. 
Meagan Loewen will be joining midwives offering birth at the Seeds of Grace Birth Center in Longview. Stay tuned for her bio. 

Kristin Green,CPM, LM

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Kristin was licensed in January of 2015 after finishing an apprenticeship that she started November of 2011 at Labor of Love in Tyler, TX. She lives in Henderson, TX. She has attended over 400 births and counting!

She stays busy with 8 kids (4 grown) and two grandsons, homeschooling, church and has found audible is a great way to make up the lost days of having time to read. Coffee is essential. 

 

She primarily serves clients in her Henderson office limiting her clientelle to repeats and Henderson homebirths. She loves the walking along side a women, helping her in education and support.Her favorite part of birth is watching a couple bond over the intimacy of birth and seeing the family to widen the circle of love as they meet their newest member.
 

Gabriella Gunter,CPM, LM

Gabriella (Bri) Gunter: Some are born midwives, some achieve midwifery, and some have midwifery thrust upon them. Bri is convinced that she was born to be a midwife and ecstatic to hold the title, CPM, LM. Bri is one of seven children who were all born at home. She also has numerous cousins many of whom were also born at home, and always listened with rapt attention when her aunts discussed their births. Her desire to be a midwife was solidified when Diane Dreier delivered her baby brother 8 years ago.

Bri is a graduate of the Mercy in Action College of Midwifery, a certified professional midwife, and licensed through the state of Texas. She has attended over 120 births. 

Bri’s respect and awe of mothers has only continued to grow throughout her time working as a student and midwife. They are amazing and deserve to have respectful and competent care during labor and birth. She believes that good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle are the most important factors in preventing complications and ensuring healthy pregnancies. She believes firmly in food (including herbs) as medicine and hopes to continue her education in this field indefinitely.

"The greatest joy is to become a mother; the second greatest is to be a midwife."-Norwegian Proverb

Portia Green
Placentas by Portia

Portia runs the front office magic and is usually the first voice you hear when you call Seeds of Grace Midwifery when you book your first visit. I am grateful for her keeping things running smoothly. 

Training to be a midwife for 3 years, Portia is a well-trained birth assistant and occasionally will step in and help at births. 

If you are interested in placenta encapsulation or tincture, she is the woman you need to see. Because she understands the benefits of having your pills quickly, if there you no unforeseen events she will have them to you by 2-3 days. 

Wanting to get in touch with a midwife from our previous Community Group??


Sarah Friberg CPM, LM
Only sees clients in Pittsburg office for appointments
Births within an hour of Pittsburg and at the birth center
Beautiful Blessings Midwifery | Facebook
bbmidwifery@gmail.com

Diane Dreier, CPM, LM

Has an office and birth center in Mt Pleasant
Fair Flowers Birth Services | Facebook
Fair.Flowers@gmail.com

 

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