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Meet Sarah CLEC, MA

Sarah Siebold is a native Los Angeleno and mom to cuddly and curious Noah (with another on the way!) She became a Certified Lactation Educator Counselor from UC San Diego’s Lactation Program and is a provisional International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). She completed her clinical training in both private-practice and outpatient clinic settings and loves working in both capacities. 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 and expecting parents.

Sarah pinches herself silly to get to do the work she loves with parents and their sweet babes. 

With my then 11-month old son, Noah, in 2017. He's still a big fan of strawberries.

With my then 11-month old son, Noah, in 2017. He's still a big fan of strawberries.

 

about IM•MA

IMMA (pronounced "ee-ma") means “mother” in Hebrew and reminds us that, no matter how we feed our children, we’re all part of the parenthood collective.

I’m here to help you on your breastfeeding, chestfeeding, and/or bottle-feeding journey. You’ll get the support, tools, and evidence-based practices to feed your little one confidently. I’m here to limit your barriers to successful breastfeeding if this is the path you've chosen.

IMMA is a practice that also focuses on what happens after the breastfeeding 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 and transitions as they grow. 

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You are my priority — and I’m here to help make your breastfeeding goals possible! My only job is to act as your advocate and to help you decide what's right for you and your family. 

I’m here for you!

xx, 

Sarah  

My son’s smirk! This picture gets me every time.

My son’s smirk! This picture gets me every time.