Danielle Sharon, Psy.D., IBCLC

Whether this is your first baby or third, every mom needs caring Pre and Post Natal Support during this unique time of transition.

I am here to help this delicate period of time be as smooth and enjoyable as possible in order to give you a sense of calm, all in a supportive and safe space.

Every mom’s needs are different and every pregnancy and baby are unique.  We often do not take care of moms the way we should.  I am here to help guide you to best meet your needs and goals.  We can work on any area in which you need support.  From self care, building a secure attachment with your baby, breastfeeding support, and baby sleep; to reconnecting with your significant other during this time of change within your family.

I work remotely worldwide. Please reach out to me to schedule your 30 or 60 minute initial consultation. I look forward to connecting with you!

Caring Expert Pre and Post Natal Support

Danielle Sharon has been a Clinical Psychologist since 2000, an (IBCLC) International Board Certified Lactation Consultant since 2013, and an NDC accredited baby/toddler sleep expert since 2019.

She specializes in helping moms, families, and babies during this delicate time of transition. 

Dr. Sharon’s approach is centered around personalized care tailored to you, your baby, and your family’s specific needs. She fosters a safe and empathic environment where you can openly share your thoughts and emotions.  Danielle will meet you where you are and work with you on your goals to support your and your family’s thriving.  

Areas Of Expertise

To Burp or Not to Burp?

Do you need to burp your babies with each feed?  The current culture has most parents believing they do.  Let discuss the backdrop of this idea and when you may need to help your baby get out an air bubble.

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To Pump or Not to Pump?

I get more questions about pumping than almost anything else.  I have come to conclude that pumping has taken on a loaded role in our society. This can come with many presumptions and potential manipulations.  Is there a time when

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Feeding Cues

Every time I present my class to expectant parents I ask this question, “How do you know when a baby is hungry?”  I have yet to give a class where the common answer isn’t “crying.” I then go on to

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