Becky Morgan, owner, has been working with pregnant and postpartum women and their families for over ten years as a childbirth educator, hypnotherapist, massage therapist, and former doula.
Becky is the Pregnancy & Wellness program lead at Isis Parenting, Boston area centers for expectant and new moms and their families. She is also co-creator of Mind Body Birth by Isis, a comprehensive childbirth education class in which women and their partners learn a wide range of techniques and non-medical comfort measures that are applicable for life as well as birthing.
Certified by the National Guild of Hypnotists, the oldest and most prestigious hypnosis organization, Becky was further trained and certified in hypnosis techniques for fertility by program creator and author of It's Conceivable, Lynsi Eastburn. Becky is also a certified HypnoBirthing® Practitioner, trained in The Mongan Method.
Currently, Becky is getting her Masters in a self-designed program at Lesley University in which she is studying prenatal and perinatal psychology with leading expert, Wendy Anne McCarty, PhD. Becky's program also includes energy psychology, trauma, infant-parent mental health, attachment, neuroscience, and mindfulness.
A self-proclaimed "science-geek" when it comes to birthing, Becky feels that achieving the desired birthing experience is only possible when childbirth is looked upon as the natural, normal physiologic process that it is rather than as a medical condition. She strongly believes that if everyone had an understanding of and respect for the consciousness of the baby prenatally and the fascinating, well-designed birthing process, they would be able to experience it as the joyful, calm, empowering event it is meant to be.
A former high school teacher and actress, Becky understands that entertainment and learning are complementary, and she endeavors to educate with energy and humor. She has a BA in English from Clark University and is the proud mother of three beautiful sons.
Becky is passionate about working with women and their partners to help them achieve conception, enjoy pregnancy, and anticipate birth with enthusiasm.