Ashley Minihan has been working with families for over twenty years. As a mom and a foster parent, she became an active member of local mom groups.
Soon, Ashley realized that she had the gift of connection. She began a support group for young moms. She also led parent-child playgroups, provided in-home parent support and education, and taught many workshops to parents as well as other professionals. Ashley also works with the state giving prenatal education and acts as birth support for people who are incarcerated while pregnant.
Ashley holds Certifications as a DONA Doula, Childbirth Educator, Lactation Counselor, Passenger Safety Technician, Spinning Babies Parent Educator and Circle of Security Facilitator as well as Parents as Teachers, Touch Points and has earned a Family Development Credential. Her goal is to support prenatal and postnatal families as they navigate parenthood. A passion for providing parents with options and helping them decide what works best for their family, Ashley can offer personal as well as professional experience to empower parents to make the best decisions. She prides herself in respecting everyone’s choices in a non-judgmental way by offering emotional support during the journey of parenthood.