Johnson & Associates Doula of Women's Health

2403 Bytham Court 

Windsor Mill, MD 21244

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Johnson & Associates Doula of Women's Health



Black Holistic Full Spectrum Doula Co. in Baltimore, Maryland serving Baltimore County, Howard County, PG County, Washington DC, and Northern Virginia. Our Doulas are trained to support women through Fertility, Labor, Birth & Postpartum Stages, Miscarriage, & Perinatal Loss 

"The Support Every Woman Deserve"

Doula Support

Our doulas provide emotional and physical support during fertility, labor/birth, and postpartum stages up to eight weeks. We Support HomeBirths, Hospital Births, & Birthing Center. 

Maternity & Birth Photography

Johnson & Associates offer in-home maternity  and birth photography with selected packages. Your birthing experience should be the greatest memory of all time, we are here to help you capture it all.  


Placenta Encapsulation is a traditional and holistic practice that encourages milk supply increase, faster healing and recovery time frame, and decrease postpartum depression levels. Our practice offers in-home placenta encapsulation and 24/7 on call service.

Private Chef

Our Doulas believe nutrition is the most important part of pregnancy & postpartum stages. Most breastfeeding moms quit within two-three weeks of breastfeeding due to lack of milk supply. Our birth & postpartum packages include private a private in-home chef for up to 48 hours postpartum and meal prep for seven days to encourage breastfeeding friendly foods.

We Specialize in VBAC Deliveries!


vaginal birth AFTER csection

If you had a cesarean birth (C-section) before, it does not mean that you will have to deliver the same way again. Many women can have vaginal deliveries after having a C-section in the past. This is called a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC).  

Most women who try VBAC are able to deliver vaginally. There are many good reasons to try a VBAC rather than have a C-section. Some are:

  • Shorter stay in the hospital

  • Faster recovery

  • No surgery

  • Lower risk for infections

  • Less chance you will need a blood transfusion

  • You may avoid future C-sections -- a good thing for women who want to have more children. 


While there are certain risks that come with VBAC, they are often over dramatized and parents aren't given the chance for VBAC. We are here to change that!

However, we have to work together to change things 

Lowered C-Section Rates with our doulas on your Birthing Team. 




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Home Birth, Hospital Birth Water Birth, Unassisted Birth, its your choice!


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