Motherhood from the Inside Out
Becoming a mother is one of the hardest and most rewarding transitions a woman can go through. It changes us—from the inside out. Phoebe’s membership provides a flexible curriculum you can trust, curated and delivered by a team of experts, who are often mothers themselves.
How Phoebe Works
Engage with our pregnancy and postpartum experts and meet a community of women all online—you'll get the support you need from the comfort of your own home.
Dozens of resources and 50+ videos on breastfeeding, infant sleep, mental health, physical recovery, and more. You can watch live or at whatever pace works best for you.
Two hour-long calls with our postpartum doula (one before and one after birth) and text or email our team of experts questions and get same-day feedback.
We match up to 40 women at a similar stage of pregnancy to encourage community and meaningful connection during this isolating time.
"Phoebe has experts in every field—lactation, relationships, physical recovery—in a super user-friendly format. You can watch the videos live or on-demand any time and everyone is very responsive."
Our team of experts accompanies you during your four months with Phoebe—so they get to know you and your journey. They include birth and postpartum doulas, International Board Certified Lactation Consultants, physical therapists, psychotherapists, and more.
Infant Care Expert & Postpartum Doula
Sneha Gazi, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist & Pelvic Health Specialist
IBCLC: Infant Feeding & Lactation Expert
Frequently Asked Questions
Become a Member
Winter 2021 Group | for women giving birth December through February — NOW ENROLLING!
Spring 2021 Group | for women giving birth March through May
Who We Are
Phoebe is a team of top experts in women’s reproductive health, including mental health, breastfeeding, physical recovery, infant care and more.
Phoebe was founded by Emily Klingbeil, who battled two difficult pregnancies plagued by hyperemesis, and Lucy Hutner, MD, a Harvard-trained reproductive psychiatrist and leading national expert in women’s reproductive mental health.