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<p>Would you or have you emailed your new patient paperwork to a first time mom and dad? Are there positives and negatives of doing this? Would be it too overwhelming?<br><br>
I have only done one "interview" with a client and it is someone I work with so it was more to meet her husband. I don't want to overwhelm clients but I also wonder if it would help them figure out what questions to ask me on our interview.<br><br>
I am meeting with a couple tomorrow and they don't really know what a doula does. She is on a board I frequent and was wondering how to get through transition without meds and I told her I was a doula and would be interested in talking with her.<br><br>
Any help/advice would be great. I'm new at this and get a little flustered :0) I'm sure thats to be expected. I just don't want to be over the top and overwhelming (if that makes sense) (I'm rambling now)<br><br>
Thanks!</p>
 

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<p>I actually found a great link full of "paperwork"! :) </p>
<p><a href="http://www.inspiredbirthpro.com/inspired-store/savvy-doula-business-forms-series/" target="_blank">http://www.inspiredbirthpro.com/inspired-store/savvy-doula-business-forms-series/</a></p>
<p><a href="http://www.inspiredbirthpro.com/inspired-store/savvy-doula-client-intake-forms/" target="_blank">http://www.inspiredbirthpro.com/inspired-store/savvy-doula-client-intake-forms/</a></p>
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<p>I do the initial consultation/interview and leave them with my binder full of my information, then I come back for a prenatal appointment and get to the paperwork! :)</p>
 
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