CONNECT WITH US

Doulas of Singapore is a registered society in Singapore.

We encourage dialogue and a good working relationship between doulas and the medical professionals. We keep up-to-date with hospital regulations and make sure our members comply with them, as well as adhering to our own Standards of Practice.


If you are an obstetrician or hospital and want to find out more about how we can work together, please get in touch!

DOULAS OF SINGAPORE

Society of
​Independent Doulas Working in Singapore

MEDIA ENQUIRIES

Contact us for interviews and information for your feature on doulas!

FIND A DOULA

Meet the members of DoS and find a doula who's right for you!

GIVING BIRTH IN SINGAPORE

SUPPORTparents in finding a doula

USEFUL RESOURCES

STANDARDS OF PRACTICE

promoting good relationships with HOSPITALS AND DOCTORS

Doulas registered with Doulas of Singapore (DoS) are professional birth workers who have achieved certification with internationally renowned institutions and have been interviewed by our membership committee.


DoS provides a platform for doulas that allows for support, membership, communication and continued training.


Doulas of Singapore is a registered society in Singapore (UEN T16SS0070K) and a non-profit-making organisation.


Our Constitution can be found here.

Doulas registered with Doulas of Singapore adhere to clear Standards of Practice and a Code of Ethics.
These outline their role as a doula as well as their limitations, as well as their responsibilities towards their clients.

CONNECTWITH the medical professionals

UNITE doulas WORKING IN SINGAPORE

FAQ

Frequently asked questions about doulas and our society.

Doulas of Singapore provides a platform for communication, support, exchange of information, and social interaction. 
​Join our society as a certified or a trainee doula and enjoy many benefits like mentorship and opportunities for continued learning.

Pregnant women have many options here in Singapore, including active birth, water birth, VBAC (vaginal birth after caesarian), etc.
To learn more, please visit the resources at the bottom of this page or get in touch with one of the independent doulas registered with DOS.

STANDARDS OF PRACTICE

Be a part of our COMMUNITY