Lindsey Maxwell is a postpartum doula and home organizer. She happily fell into this profession in 2010, shortly after graduating from Indiana University-Bloomington with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Health Science. Lindsey’s coursework led her to volunteer and internship opportunities within the birth community where she felt motivated to help others fulfill their goals and have satisfying experiences as new parents. She has worked as a birth doula and childbirth educator as well as a nanny and early childhood educator.
After becoming a mother in 2015, Lindsey truly understood how community support and dependable resources could make all the difference in the perinatal period. She sensed how lifestyle and organizational habits could affect a family's home environment, functionality, and overall level of happiness.
Lindsey is passionate about organizing and assisting others. Her goal is to hold space for families while helping in practical and gentle ways. Lindsey’s attention to detail, patience, and non-judgmental outlook can help you feel empowered as you find what works for you.
Training & Certification
June 2021 Recertified as DONA Postpartum Doula
Spring 2021 Attended PSI Advisory Council's Perinatal Mental Health Webinar Series
November 2020 Attended Understanding and Supporting Maternal Mental Health through the Lens of Postpartum Depression webinar with Maria J. Brooks, BSN, RNC-OB, LCCE, FACCE
December 2017 Recertified as DONA Postpartum Doula
December 2017 Recertified as Lamaze Childbirth Educator
September 2017 Attended Safe Family Sleeping Arrangements webinar with Linda J. Smith, MPH, IBCLC, FACCE, FILCA