1-1 Zoom Consultations

Don’t go in blind, understand your choices

As a woman, navigating your birth options and personal circumstances can be confusing, especially when facing conflicting advice from the healthcare system. Whether you are being told that your baby is “too big” or you are considered “high risk” due to your age, weight or health status, it can be hard to find someone impartial to talk to who will listen to your concerns without any bias.

Fortunately, we offer a solution to these worries. NIckita Starck provides 1-1 consultations to help you understand your choices, navigate the system, and learn about your human rights. We’ll help you have your voice heard and your wishes respected, from providing miscarriage support to assisting with complaints and letter writing to the hospital. We also offer evidence-based resources to help you make informed decisions. Our expertise also extends to the management of specific conditions such as gestational diabetes and hypertension in pregnancy. We understand that labour pain management can be a concern for many expectant mothers, and we offer a range of techniques and strategies to help you cope with labour pain. Book a consultation with us today to receive the care and support you need to have a healthy and fulfilling pregnancy.

Don’t go in blind, let us help you. Even if you’re on a low income, we offer a 30% discount for our services, and you can even pay in instalments. To learn more or book a consultation, contact us today.

1-1 Consultation

  • One hour on zoom
  • Birth reflections
  • Medical notes review
  • Birth planning
  • ‘High risk’ plans
  • Advocacy
  • Nutrition
  • Spiritual birth
  • Letter writting

Just had to share this with a bunch of women I know who are expecting. It’s just a great, informative, bite-sized insight into the brilliant work Nikita and her network are doing.

I had my baby last Tuesday, and I get really emotional saying this, but I don’t think I would’ve had the dream outcome that I had if it wasn’t for WPCTS. Louise Clay was my Birthkeeper, an unbelievable woman who helped me so much with finding confidence in myself that I didn’t call my midwife to attend in the end. I really didn’t feel I needed the NHS present at that point, and we just had the most transcendental birthing experience. It went better than I could’ve imagined. I went from being labeled as “High risk” and fearful to fully trusting in the physiological process of my body and intuition.

As a first-time mother, I am thrilled to know this community is growing, and the knowledge really needs to be shared far and wide!!!

Thank you, Nikita and Lou.

Rahel , New mother