, , Los Angeles, CA
United States of America
3536 S 5th Avenue
Judit Nemesvolgyi Paynter was born and raised in Hungary. Since her teenager years she felt the urge to take care of children and was amazed by the beauty of pregnancy, labor, birth, nursing mothers and newborns. Judit went to college to be a bilingual (English-Hungarian) nursery teacher and she specialized in infant and newborn development. While still attending to school she started working with families privately in their homes - assisting her clients with the care of their new babies and sharing her knowledge. During these hours of work, she started focusing on on the parents needs as well, and helped the whole family in transitioning to their new life. She became and started to practice as a doula naturally, without knowing the profession even existed. After she moved to the United States in 2014, she officially trained as a Birth Doula, a Postpartum doula, a Teen Educator and a Lactation Educator Counselor. She now lives in the central Los Angeles area with her wife, two cats and their dog. Judit passionately serves her clients in the greater Los Angeles as a Postpartum Doula, a Birth Doula - gives support to families as a Newborn&Infant Nanny, - provides Newborn and Infant Feeding support and teaches Breastfeeding classes. Judit is continuously pursuing ways to expand her trainings and deepen her knowledge about how to better support parents through pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum. She enjoys cooking, hiking and traveling in her free time.
Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, Lactation Education/Support, Childbirth Education, Cooking/Meal Prep, Babywearing Education, Sleep Conditioning, Early Childhood Education, CPR/First Aid Certified, Vaccinated
Multiples, High Risk, Cesarean/Surgical Birth, Single Parents, LGBTQIA+, Adoption, Surrogacy, NICU, Premies, Teen Parents, Epidurals, Induction, Siblings, Home Birth, Birth Center, VBAC, Attachment Parenting, PP Mood Disorders
Los Angeles County, Greater Los Angeles Area, West LA, East LA
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