Rachel was introduced to the world of birth work when she and her husband began trying to conceive their first child. After being given a diagnosis of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) at age 22, Rachel was told that she would likely not be able to conceive and carry her own children without fertility assistance. Knowing that God had a plan for their family, Rachel and her husband chose to trust in His timing. After many prayers, countless tears, years of healing her body, and 18 months of actively trying to conceive, Rachel became pregnant with their son.

Through her struggle to conceive, Rachel learned firsthand how truly miraculous a woman's fertility, pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood can be, and how important it is to have support no matter which stage you are in.


Rachel has a passion for supporting women as they learn about their body and fertility, experience pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood, and everything in-between.


Rachel attended her first training workshop in January of 2019 and has been practicing as a birth doula since. Upon completing her training, Rachel worked as a birth doula for a local hospital for several months before making the decision to create her independent practice, Rachel Garrett Fertility & Birth Services (formerly known as "Wildflower Fertility & Birth Services").

Rachel has completed training with DONA International, Stillbirthday, International Cesarean Awareness Network (ICAN), and The VBAC Link as a birth and bereavement doula. 

Rachel received hands-on training in placenta encapsulation by a local, experienced practitioner. Rachel also completed OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens training for doulas and placenta encapsulation specialists.

Rachel completed training with SymptoPro as a Natural Family Planning (NFP) instructor.