P. Fadwah Halaby CNM
Midwife360 is first and foremost midwifery care. True to the actual definition of the word midwife which means “with woman”
Fadwah has given birth six times at home and raised 5 more children over the years through her rich blended family lifestyle. She has lived in the mountains of Colorado and also enjoys the sunny lifestyle of South Florida.
She worked in several Emergency Rooms and Labor and Delivery units. Once she completed midwifery school, she worked for a very busy, local OB/GYN group of 5 midwives and 4 MDs. She assisted over 1600 women to give birth at 2 hospitals in Palm Beach County and frequently saw over 500 women in the office every month.
It is her intimacy with the medical model of care that makes her such a great choice for birth at home. She is confident that when supported in a physiologic manner, pregnant people will birth gracefully, with freedom into the loving embrace of their families.
Lauren Marie Danella
It is through the transformation of natural childbirth that parents are born as well, to love and protect the child that they together bring into this world.
Lauren’s love for children is her inspiration as a midwife. She wants all children to have a healthy start, and to feel loved and safe from the very beginning. Many years ago, she was a founding member of a holistic orphanage, yoga and meditation center, where neglected and abused children became bright little lights and healed from their traumatic beginnings. She often wondered if it was possible to prevent the trauma instead of helping to heal it.
Midwife360 Associates Team
Certified Doula (DONA), La Leche League International Leader
Gina Conner grew up visiting her mother who worked as a nurse in Labor and Delivery. However, she was a certified midwife in Germany a few years prior. These visits planted a seed that would one day bloom into a passion to serve women during…
M.Ed., CD, CCE
Zeresh Altork, M.Ed., CD, CCE, owner of A Loving Birth, is a mother, certified doula, Hypno-doula, certified breastfeeding counselor and certified…
Rosalia Cannava has been a student midwife with Midwife360 since late 2015. She is preparing for the licensing exam and is expecting to be a licensed midwife soon.
Vanessa is the administrative assistant here at Midwife360. She completed the Medical Assisting Program at Palm Beach State College in early 2017.
We are handicapping entire generations of healthy people by depriving them of the preparatory effect of natural labor and birth through unnecessary medical interventions and unnecessary cesarean sections. It is no wonder so many people who receive epidurals, Pitocin, and/or cesareans have problems breastfeeding, bonding, and believing in themselves! Scientists think they can separate infant care and bonding from birth, but we are finding out that it is all connected. Therefore, it behooves us to find a way to drastically reduce the amount of intervention that laboring people are offered in an effort to increase satisfaction, bonding and successful parenting. Peace on earth begins with birth.