Kristin Green,CPM, LM
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 has a passion for nutrition and natural care. It is our job to help you care for yourself with evidence based advice which leads to overall better health.
She loves family involvement and witnessing dad catch his own baby!
She stays busy with 5 kids (3 grown), 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 also has an office in Henderson, TX
Diane Dreier,CPM, LM
My name is Diane Dreier and I am a NARM Certified Professional Midwife and a licensed midwife in the state of Texas. I received my education in the ATM Midwifery Program and completed my training in 2007.
I have five children, two of which were born at home with a midwife. The main reason I became a midwife was to help women and give them the same kind of wonderful care that I received from my midwife.
I believe that birth, when properly prepared for, is a natural, normal process that needs little outside interference. My goal is to make sure that I give my clients good care and the information that they need to make wise, informed decisions about their pregnancy and birth. I cannot guarantee a perfect birth and I don't know anyone who can, but there are many things that can be done prenatally to help prevent problems and to address them when they arise. I want to work closely with my clients to help them have the best birth possible.
Diane also has an office in Pittsurg, TX https://www.fairflowersbirth.com/
Bri has recently finished her apprenticeship and is now awaiting examination and licensure. "I have been grateful and blessed to train under both Diane Dreier and Kristin Green.
I and my 7 siblings were all born at home and growing up I developed a deep love and fascination for birth and motherhood. I knew I wanted to be a midwife since I was 16 and love being able to serve mothers and babies through this calling.
I believe that a good midwife is birth insurance; providing assurance, information, and monitoring to ensure safety for the mother and baby when birth is normal; and intervening only when indicated and necessary for truly evidence based care."
Following her own birthing experiences with six kids, she started learning about the options and developed a passion for midwifery.
Heather studied midwifery from 1993-1999 and opened her own practice in Iowa in 2000. In 2011 she moved to Maine and opened Rosehips Midwifery. Through a merger with another midwife Rosehips Midwifery became Madre Sana. Under Madre Sana, Heather and Rebecca have started authoring books and creating Doula and Midwifery education programs.
Heather moved to East Texas in 2019 and had to start her apprenticeship again in order to license in Texas.
Portia runs the front office magic and usually the first voice you hear when you call Seeds of Grace Midwifery when you book your first visit. We are 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.