Sarah Siebold is a native Los Angeleno and mom to two breastfed littles. She is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and completed her clinical training in both private-practice and outpatient clinic settings.
In a previous life, Sarah earned her Master’s in English and American Literature and taught in and around New York City. She infuses her passion for teaching and education into the work she does with new & expecting parents.
Sarah’s goal is always to guide parents on their breastfeeding, chestfeeding, and/or bottle-feeding journey. Clients receive the emotional support, clinical care, and evidence-based practices to feed their little ones confidently. Sarah works to limit barriers to successful breast/chestfeeding if this is the path a client has chosen — never to judge or decide what’s best for a client’s body and/or family. This is an inclusive practice that promotes safety and well-being for parent, baby, and dyad.
IMMA is a practice that also focuses on what happens after the breast/chestfeeding and/or bottle-feeding months. When do we introduce solids and how to we do so mindfully, respecting our baby’s innate hunger cues and drive to thrive? Feeding our babies begins at the breast/chest and transitions as they grow.