Virtual Lactation Counseling
for Pumping Moms

With Sandy J. Green

Pumping milk for your baby doesn't have to be complicated
Sandy J. Green, breastpump, breast pump, spectra pump
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The time you have with your baby is precious.

Spending hours on google, only to be left with more questions than answers, is frustrating and overwhelming. ​

Call me crazy, but I just don't think feeding your baby should be this stressful.

- Give yourself a break-
You don't have to figure this out on your own

With lactation counseling, you will:

Give up the 2am google scroll

Have more time with your baby

Get trusted information that you'll actually use

Have an awesome pumping experience

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About Sandy J. Green
Certified Lactation Counselor, Postpartum Doula and Breast Pump Expert

 Hey there! I'm Sandy, a Certified Lactation Counselor, Postpartum Doula, Breast Pump Expert, and mom of two.

When my kids were babies, we used every method to feed them! A mix of nursing, exclusive pumping, and formula. I learned a lot during those years, but I was frustrated that I had to teach most of it to myself. 

Over the past several years, I've had the honor of helping thousands of moms through my counseling, workshops, and events. There's nothing that makes me happier than when a new mom tells me that working with me has made her happier and more confident.  

And just for fun - I'm also obsessed with Marvel (movies and comics), Harry Potter, and podcasts of all sorts.  

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It couldn't be easier

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Choose an appointment - 30 or 60 minutes

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Tell me about your challenges and goals

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Learn everything you need to know for your unique situation

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Get a personalized plan so you can move forward with confidence

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Testimonials

"Before joining Empowered Pumping, pumping was uncomfortable and I was unhappy with my milk supply. I felt like I was confined to my room with my pump. But Empowered Pumping allowed me to see that if I can't make enough milk, then it's ok! I don't always dread pumping like I used to, I pump more milk and have less anxiety."

Leah