Rebeca F.
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Rebeca Four

In Person
Union City
Lactation Consultant (IBCLC)
About me

I believe in every individual’s right to informed consent through access to accurate information and education about options in our healthcare, including birth and infant feeding. I have been providing education and support to families in Northern New Jersey and NYC for 13 years, as a private practice provider, as the Breastfeeding Coordinator for WIC of Hudson County, and as a former Trustee on the NJ Breastfeeding Coalition.

I breastfed my own daughter for two and a half years after a very challenging first three months. During our nursing experience, I learned a lot about the importance of honoring each nursing parent’s path and about the great deal of pressure and stress parents experience in our society, where there is very little support for families.

I have trained women’s healthcare professionals in the hospital setting, WIC programs, Nurse Family Partnership, and Community Doula programs. I have provided education and support to hundreds of expectant families and lactating parents and have developed and taught childbirth preparation and wellness programs for corporate organizations like the Discovery Group.

How I work with parents

Unbiased, nurturing, expert breastfeeding support to help you meet your individual infant feeding goals, let's set up a consult to help you get started with a comprehensive individualized care plan.

My training & experience

Professional Qualifications:
International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, IBCLC*
Registered Lactation Consultant, RLC
Birth Doula
Childbirth Educator
Infant Massage Educator
Certified Integrative Health Coach

*An International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) is a healthcare professional who specializes in the clinical management of breastfeeding and is certified by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE). An IBCLC works with families to develop and support the implementation of an effective care plan for both mom and baby.

IBCLCs are required to complete a rigorous educational curriculum, which includes 14 health sciences courses, up to 1000 closely supervised clinical lactation hours, and to successfully pass a 5-hour international board exam.

Initial Post Birth Lactation Consult
Home visits providing expert education, support, and clinical care for breastfeeding and chestfeeding, lactation, infant feeding, and post-frenotomy support, including.
List Of Services:
  • up to 2 hour assessment, written care plan at the end of consult, pediatrician report within 48 hours, basic text/email follow up based on care plan for up to 7 days after the consult.
  • 25% discount for first follow up consult
  • 40% discount for any additional consult
  • 30 minute phone consult ONLY for ESTABLISHED clients only to answer basic concerns and questions. Can not replace an in person assessment for more complex issues.
$325 /session