International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLC’s) or Lactation Consultants, are certified professionals recognised the world over as experts competent in assisting mothers with establishing and sustaining breast feeding, even in the midst of difficulties. They are sensitive to the needs of both mother and baby as they work to help mothers meet their goals. They are ethical in practice and abide by Standards of Practice and a Code of Ethics.


“I am passionate and committed to supporting a mother throughout her breastfeeding journey. It is my mission to assist you to reach your breastfeeding goals and achieve the best possible health outcome for you and your baby”


Amanda has a relaxed, non judgmental approach as she believes mothers need to be nurtured and cared for at this most important time in their lives. Amanda will listen to your concerns and identify problems through history taking and examination. By focusing on your strengths, she will work with you to formulate strategies and skills that will improve your breastfeeding experience.

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Antenatal preparation for breastfeeding

  • Learn about the magical qualities of breast milk
  • how to collect your colostrum antenatally
  • the astounding qualities of the newborn and how they feed
  • what to expect in the early days and weeks


Amanda will take you through this amazing journey and help you get off to a great start. Your education sessions will be flexible according to your needs and interests. 2 hours are recommended times for each session. All clients are then followed up by phone and email as part of their initial fee.

Breastfeeding your baby

Consultation with baby includes: 

  • Full history assessment of mother
  • Thorough examination of your baby
  • Assistance and assessment of breastfeed
  • Help with difficult latching
  • Help with painful nipples
  • Supply issues
  • Breast pain, infection
  • Irritable baby
  • Understanding your baby
  • Supporting special needs / premature infants
  • Returning to work
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