Evelyn is part of our team of volunteer postnatal companions. She’s also a life coach, reiki healer and massage therapist. She joined Team Amma last summer and as a postnatal companion, works with families to adjust to life with a new baby at home. 

Evelyn spoke to us about the process of applying and training to be an Amma volunteer, giving an insight into what’s involved and why she is motivated to support our clients in their journey to parenthood.

Here’s what she had to say: 

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