Joanna Wilder, CPM, is a nurse and a midwife, a mama of six, and a keeper of herstory. She has a passion for community development and healing of childhood trauma. After 40 years in the desert, she has moved to Oregon to further her midwifery studies and get well-watered.
Joanna Wilder, RN, BSN, SM es una enfermera en obstetricia que ha asistido partos naturales por casi 20 años, en hospitales, centros de nacimientos y hogares. Está concluyendo su práctica como partera superior con Global Midwifery en Phoenix, Arizona. Facilita grupos femeninos de recuperación en español e inglés, basados en sus historias. Le apasiona el tema de los partos naturales, y poder acompañar a mujeres en su proceso de sanidad. Se la puede contactar en: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The winter moon was rising. No babies tonight, so I volunteered to go home. I called security to walk me to my car. Just beyond the parking lot, food stamps were being traded for something to make the pain of living recede. Gunshots often echoed outside the walls of the labor wing. I was an OB nurse, in the midst of a system that often created birth violence, working with bold midwives to protect birth.
Read more…. My Path to Midwifery
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Midwives can not only help to prevent birth trauma, but can provide therapeutic healing. Learn about how you can be a valuable support person. Read more…. Breaking the Silence
An inspired midwife writes about holy birth.
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The author tells us why she is involved in good birth, and how it can be healing for women with a history of abuse. Read more…. El parto como sanidad
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The author tells us why she is involved in good birth, and how it can be healing for women with a history of abuse.
Read more…. Birth as Healing