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It’s hard to find A players. When we come across an expert in a related field, we are excited to acknowledge them and share that information with our community. We believe the following organizations and individuals are outstanding.

Midwifery Services

Midwifery of Manhattan
Birthing Center at St.Luke’s/Roosevelt Hospital
330 West 58th Street, Suite 505, NY, NY 10019
t. 212-957-3006

The midwives at Midwifery of Manhattan are committed to providing women with personalized, sensitive care in an intimate and comfortable environment. Midwives attend births at Roosevelt Hospital’s Birth Center, as well as it’s newly renovated Labor and Delivery unit. Providing true midwifery care in a home-like environment, with all medical back-up and technology in close proximity, they offer the best of both worlds to their clients.


Patrick La Bella
t. 917.337.1224

Treats cognitive behavioral issues, anxiety, life transitions, stress, trauma, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), adjustment disorders, personality disorders, parenting issues, marriage issues, chronic mental illness, relationship difficulties, and behavioral disorders.

Craniosacrial Therapy, Breastfeeding Support

Leigh Muro, www.leighmuro.com
t. 845-548-1187
e. Leighmuro@gmail.com

Leigh Muro is an Occupational Therapist with a specialization in issues challenging the nursing relationship. Challenges such as a painful tense suck, an uncoordinated suck, difficulty transferring milk as well as other feeding difficulties, are often the result of subtle tension, patterns of muscular restriction, structural misalignment and or stressful energetic patterns. Her work has helped hundreds of babies release patterns of physical and energetic tension that interfere with nursing. In addition, she works to undo some of the tension for mother and baby due to difficult labor and delivery.