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Writing a Really Effective Birth Plan

  • Killara, 2071, NSW (map)

About this event

This evening is a comfortable and relaxed night where we can dive into a discussion about birth plans. The idea that you can plan anything when it comes to birth may sound crazy. The truth is there is a whole truckload of decisions you will be making in pregnancy, labour and your whole parenting journey. Tonight's workshop gives you some insight into ways to uncover, explore and discuss your needs around birth and effectively communicating them with the people around you.

Additionally, you will have a chance to look at some practical things you can do to plan for life with a new baby that will help your sanity, your relationship and increase your enjoyment around this time.

Come along if you are wondering:

  • What the heck is a birth plan?

  • Do I have to ..............?

  • How do I write a birth plan that isn't a small novel

  • It cant be that hard really, shouldnt I just trust and hope for the best?

  • Bring your own questions too!

Who is it for?

This event is for women with an interest in pregnancy and birth and newborns. This is focused on the needs of expecting mums. Female support people, friends and doulas are welcome to attend.

Why come?

  • Birth plans can be really helpful for communicating your needs to midwives and doctors BUT when poorly written can be ineffective (or sometimes just way too packed full of information for the staff to have time to read it).

  • Knowing the optimal time to present and discuss your birth plan will make a HUGE difference in how effective it is.

  • There are a few different kinds of birth plans. You really want to know the difference.

What are the details?

24th September 2018. 7pm to 9:30pm. 

Looking for other dates and location?



Eastern Suburbs and Inner West facilitated by Jennifer Hazi

Any questions?

Just me call on 0409 161262 or email

This Circles of Women event brings together pregnant mums with childbirth educators in addition to health professionals and therapists. Each of these events has a topic to start the conversation. Where the conversation ends is anyone’s guess.