My husband's boss has a friend in Asheville who is due with twins and is looking for an IBCLC (preferably in private practice). I'm an IBCLC in Durham, but I don't know any in Asheville, though I did look on the Find an IBCLC website of ILCA and ZipMilk.org. I figured I'd try here to get your opinions, good/bad/ugly. :)
Thanks so much for your help.
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Susan Mooney of Asheville has been offering breastfeeding support for 15 + years. She rocks. She is a La Leche League leader. I believe she is also IBCLC. You can contact her through motheringthemama.com <3 HTH
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I don't know that Susan is still with Mothering the Mama because that is Jordan Glover's business and she has moved to Virginia. Here is the latest contact info I have for Susan:
Hope that helps. I know of a few other breastfeeding counselors and La Leche League leaders, but I don't know if they are IBCLC.
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