Brooke Prudhomme joined Trillium in 2012 as a birth assistant and apprentice working toward her NARM certification. She has attended classes at The Farm, maintains neonatal resuscitation certification, has completed Birth Emergency Skills Training, is a DONA trained doula and monitrice, and a certified yoga instructor.
Amy Stewart-Banbury started her apprenticeship in 1999 and became a NARM Certified Professional Midwife licensed by The State of Tennessee in 2004. She maintains her NRP certification, CPR for Health Care Providers certification, and has completed the S.T.A.B.L.E education program. Amy is a member of The Midwives Alliance of North America and The Tennessee Midwives Association. Her midwifery practice and philosophy is largely influenced by The Farm midwives, Michel Odent, Joseph Chilton Pearce, and David Chamberlain.
Trillium WomanCare is a group of professionals dedicated to helping women, babies, and families.
We recognize and respect individual's unique prenatal, labor, and postpartum needs based on their personal choices, beliefs, and social structures.
We believe all pregnant and birthing people deserve the right to make informed decisions about their care and should be an active partner in their health.
It is our goal to provide evidence based information and resources to empower and support women during their childbearing years.