Lactation Consultant in Clear Lake City

Nicole Kerbow, Registered Nurse(RN), Bachelor of Science in Nursing(BSN), Bachelor of Arts in Psychology(BA), International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC)

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My passion for helping mothers has come from both my experience as a new mother and the experience I have from working in Women's Health as a registered nurse. In 2006, it was uncommon to have help with breastfeeding. At that time I struggled maintaining my milk supply when I went back to school six weeks after having my oldest daughter. I breast fed her for about 6 months not understanding the principals of breastfeeding. I look back now and wish I had access to a lactation consultant. My mission now is to help moms reach their breastfeeding goals.

I have dedicated that last ten years of my career working with mom's and babies in various roles in the hospital. I started working at Christus St. John's in labor an delivery from 2008-2011. I then moved to working as a labor and delivery nurse at Memorial Hermann Southeast full time until 2014 when I official stepped into the official role  off lactation support as a Certified Lactation Counselor. I transitioned into the role as an IBCLC in 2015. My specialities include Labor and Delivery, Postpartum Care, Newborn Care, Education. My passion is helping parents with transitioning their new babies into this great big world.

Houston in Clear Lake City Lactation Consultant in Clear Lake City

Sheree Jernigan, Registered Nurse (RN), International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC)

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Sheree  Jernigan is a registered nurse and an international board certified lactation consultant. She has a vast experience of 9 years of helping mothers and their babies with breastfeeding. She realized the importance of having a qualified, knowledgeable, and evidence-based support system after her personal experience with her children. Therefore, she decided to become a lactation consultant. She accomplished the impossible by returning to college after being a stay at home mother for 2 decades. She  was accepted into  the  nursing school,became a registered nurse and successfully accomplished  more  than 1000  working hours with  mothers and their newborn babies while gaining additional education hours in this field to achieve IBCLE certification. She  strongly  believes  that  breastfeeding is among one of the amazing benefits a mother can provide to her child to assure a bright future. She also realizes that breastfeeding can be  challenging  for many women and she is passionate about working together with such mothers to educate them about best practices that she has discovered with her knowledge and  experience. This will help those  mothers in successfully achieving their breastfeeding goal.