RM, LFhom, IBCLC
I’m Chloe Dymond – I love my job with a passion and find huge satisfaction helping women and their partners to overcome their problems and establish successful breastfeeding.
Currently I am a practising Midwife at St Thomas’ Hospital London where I’ve been based since 2005.
During this time I worked as a Community Breastfeeding Lead Practitioner in South London, and also in The Evelina Children’s Hospital tongue-tie clinic. Here I supported many mothers and babies breastfeeding each week.
Previous to this I managed a number of clinical and public health research projects in conjunction with:
* The Department of Health
* Tommy’s Charity
* London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
* The Institute of Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience
* Citizens UK
Over the last year, I have worked at London’s premier antenatal classes http://www.thehappybirthclub.co.uk/us/ meeting wonderful couples and helping them on their journey to parenthood.
The founders of The Happy Birth Club, Bev Turner and Pam Wild’s pregnancy and birth guide, The Happy Birth Book, is now available on Amazon and includes my chapter on Breastfeeding, covering questions often asked by couples.
Qualifications and insurance:
* Registered Midwife (certified by the NMC)
* Certified IBCLC (member of LCGB)
* Qualified LFHom Homeopath
* Infant Massage teacher (RCM approved)
* Holistic Insurance
* Member of the RCM
* CRB checked
“We would like to thank you for being so fantastically caring, kind and supportive throughout our breastfeeding experience. It was a stressful time made easier by your friendly and accessible approach and we thank you sincerely for that”.
“Thank you so much for all your help and support following the birth of our ‘baby boy’ earlier this year. After a traumatic experience in hospital, you helped diagnose his tongue tie and make the appropriate referrals and follow up support - his jaundice disappeared, his feeding improved immediately and he is now a chubby, mischievous, little man”.
“We have visited you every week for the last year and wanted to say thank you for making Motherhood even more special”.
“We wanted to say a big thank you for all your help and support. You provide an excellent service and have meant we were able to get feeding established and continue with it” Thank you.
“Our baby boy is now one years old and I wanted to thank you for all the breastfeeding support you provided since his birth. I hope our paths cross again”.
“We wanted to say a huge thank you for all you do and the help you provide to all the Mummies in Clapham. You made all our baby girls feeding dreams come true”.