AMY E. MILLER, CPM
Owner & Midwife
Amy E. Miller (she/her) is a Certified Professional Midwife and owner of Red House Birth
Care. She began birth work as a doula in 2010 and soon continued as an apprentice midwife until 2017. In 2017 she certified as a CPM and opened Red House Birth Care. Her passion for protecting individual autonomy and her undying curiosity for all things health and wellness related contribute to her commitment to supporting families through an undisturbed birth experience.
Her favorite things are being outdoors, camping, hiking and
riding around in her Jeep. She also loves sharing her life with her husband, 4 (almost) grown kids and 3 cats!
Andrea Goldstein (she/her) is an Independent Birth Attendant. She supports families through birth in a
variety of ways including birth assisting, doula support, yoni steaming and placenta encapsulation. At Red House Birth Care, Andrea serves as a birth assistant and helps to facilitate a peaceful postpartum through client support for the first few weeks after birth. Andrea lives on a mountainside homestead with her family. She grows veggies, herbs and shares her land with her beloved animals. She enjoys exploring ancient modalities and relevant evidence based practices to support families in the community.
Birth and Postpartum Doula
Brandi Cook is a Doula out of Hedgesville, WV. Her passion for life is getting women through their own ideal births smoothly. She completed her doula training through DONA International. During this training she learned ways to support and advocate for families. Her main focus during the birth process is the mother's comfort as well as
encouraging the partner to be involved as much as possible. She looks forward to supporting and meeting with new families and being involved in their stories. Brandi serves our clients as a birth and postpartum doula.
Karen Milgate is passionate
about supporting a birth experience that is respectful, safe, individualized and empowering. She began supporting women when working with a women’s health collective in the 1980s in Washington D.C. The collective's goal was to de-mystify and de-medicalize reproductive health care, including birth. After giving birth to her first daughter in 1988, she began a 30 year career in health policy. Karen is enrolled in National Midwifery Institute and working toward her certification as a Certified Professional Midwife. Karen and her husband Mark have six children and seven grandchildren between them. They enjoy their country home with eleven chickens and a large garden.