, Current Members of Service Directory Lactation Professionals
*Fees are to be discussed with the specific lactation professional. Fees vary based on location and medical consultation offered.*
1) Dr. Shacchee Baweja (Delhi) IBCLC, MBBS, DCH, IYCF Services Offered: Hospital Consultation, Private Clinic, Phone Consultation Shacchee is a pediatrician and an IBCLC, working as a lactation consultant in a Delhi hospital. She helps new moms initiate breastfeeding and also helps them overcome any breastfeeding challenges. She feels that all mothers have a right to correct and timely breastfeeding information and support, and mother's milk is the birthright of all babies. With her work, she aims to make skilled breastfeeding support a reality in India. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
1) Camilla Conti (Mumbai) Services Offered: Private Clinic, Home Visit, Skype/Phone Consultation IBCLC, CCE, MIPA, MA Camilla is a lactation consultant in private practice and helps women all over India because she loves her work. She writes on breastfeeding and child nutrition and offers parenting workshops and training programs on breastfeeding for healthcare professionals. For Camilla, keeping mothers and babies at the center of practice is the highest priority. Contact: email@example.com http://www.myyum.net/
Punjab 1) Dr. Priya Shashank (Ludhiana) BAMS, MHA, IYCF, CCE Services Offered: Private Clinic, Home Visit, Skype/Phone Consultation An ayurvedic physician, with a masters in hospital administration and a specialization in childbirth education and lactation counseling, Priya is committed to working with expecting couples and new parents to help both mother and baby in a comfortable childbirth and a successful breastfeeding journey. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
1) Dana Hardy (Dehradun) IBCLC, RN, BSN, BSc, MA, CLE Services Offered: Private Clinic, Home Visit, Hospital Visit, Skype/Phone Consultation, Medical (Doctors and Nurses) Trainings
After 6 years living as a transnational in North India, Dana can look back and see how each step in her journey brought her to where she is today. She works one on one with parents and offers evidence based recommendations to meet their lactation goals. She builds partnership among those working to promote and support breastfeeding in the medical community and helped found ALPI (Association of Lactation Professionals India) in 2016. She continues to dream of the day when every parent's reality is receiving antenatal education and postnatal support to feed their new baby with success. Lactation is not only a personal choice but a public health intervention to save babies' lives and empower parents and children to experience the best beginning.