Jenny is the creative mind behind, and owner of, Jennifer Kaye Photography in historic downtown Geneva, Illinois. In partnership with Cloud Nine Birth Services, Jenny offers exclusive packages that include Fresh 48 photography, as well as Newborn Photography. She also artistically portrays families’ most precious moments through Maternity, First Year and Family Photography. Her talents
bring to life a soft and ethereal style, in turn creating heirloom quality portraits for families to treasure forever. To view a variety of her incredible work and to learn more about Jenny, please visit her website at www.jenniferkayephotography.com.
Heather Dvorak, IBCLC
Heather is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant with a Bachelor's degree in Applied Psychology. She and her husband have twin daughters and a toddler son. Heather decided to become an IBCLC after overcoming many hurdles to breastfeed her twins. Prior to opening her private practice, Heather worked with children from birth through age 3 with developmental delays and disabilities in Early Intervention for 11 years. She is particularly passionate about supporting families with multiples, premature babies, children with special needs, and children with food allergies. Heather has had the opportunity to provide breastfeeding support in an outpatient setting, postpartum unit, and a Level 3 NICU. She is passionate about assisting families in reaching their breastfeeding goals and has additional interests in nutrition, natural healthy living and natural birth. Learn more about Heather here.
Physical Therapist, Pilates Specialist
Carrie Koziol is a Women's Health Physical Therapist and Prenatal/Postnatal Pilates Specialist. In addition she is a Diastasis Rectus Abdominus trainer with a passion for educating and empowering women about their bodies. She teaches group classes, private sessions, and even has online programs that are a combination of education and exercise to help women have better pregnancy and recovery experiences by teaching them to move their bodies better. She would be honored to be part of your journey!
Sarah Cline, LCSW, PMH-C
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Wheaton
Sarah is a licensed clinical social worker with over ten years of experience and is certified in perinatal mental health. She provides outpatient therapy at her practice in Wheaton. Sarah specializes in counseling women (partners) who are experiencing the loss of a child through miscarriage, stillbirth, or newborn death. She also works with women (partners) who are suffering from depression and/or anxiety either during pregnancy or in the postpartum period. Sarah’s practice also includes treatment for women (partners) who are experiencing infertility and the emotional challenges that go along with it. Some women choose to come to psychotherapy alone and others may come with their partner.
Dr. Neha Shah
Dr. Shah is a board certified and licensed Chiropractic Physician. She earned her doctorate at National University of Health Sciences and continues to further her knowledge while in practice. Dr. Shah has completed advanced training for maternal health, including Webster Technique Certification. This technique allows her to optimize fetal positioning and support the mother's spine throughout pregnancy. Dr. Shah has experienced the benefits of chiropractic through her own pregnancy and the birth of her son. She has also witnessed the improvements in patients struggling with various painful conditions with limited options for relief. Over the years, Dr. Shah has found her passion in treating pre and postnatal patients. She also enjoys pediatric visits and meeting the new babies! Dr. Shah is also a qualified acupuncture practitioner and provides safe and effective treatments for pregnant women. When she's not at White Oak Family Wellness, which she co-owns with her husband, you can find her out on a trail or the park with her son. Learn more about Dr. Shah at www.whiteoakwell.com
Dr. Cortney Weigand
Dr. Cortney is a graduate of National University of Health Sciences. She found chiropractic care after traditional allopathic medicine failed to relieve her headaches. Dr. Cortney began specializing in pregnancy during residency and continued this specialization after graduating. She created a practice primarily serving pregnancy and pediatric patients. Her passion for helping moms grew from stories she would hear from her patients. Stories of traumatic births, unsupported births, moms who felt they had no voice and moms who wanted a better option for their next pregnancy. From these same moms came her desire to help the babies and children of these birth stories. Her vision is to create a community that supports moms during their pregnancy through empowerment, inspiration, education, trust and listening.