“Colleen is a conscientious midwife with a heart for service. She truly loves women and their families and has a wealth of information as well as much experience in health and nutrition and life experience. She is a genuine and sincere person whom I count it a privilege to call a friend. I’m so thankful to have her as part of the midwifery community as well as a back-up midwife for my own practice.”
—Beth Morrill, LM, CPM

“Colleen is a dear colleague and friend, I had the privilege of attending births with Colleen as she completed her rigorous midwifery program and have witnessed her strength and sincerity with every woman, every newborn, every family, every time. She is dedicated, and devout, I think she is essentially kindness in human form. Her calm and collected demeanor in the precious ambiance of a labor and birth is exactly what everyone deserves. She is extremely skilled and knowledgeable as a midwife and healthcare provider and practitioner. This is her calling and it’s beautiful.”
—Jane, Midwife/preceptor/colleague/CNM/DNP

“Colleen brings genuine Christ-like love and acceptance to every interaction; her attention to detail and listening ear offer a deep sense of peace. It has been a blessing to know her for so many years, and her wisdom provides empowerment to women at every stage of motherhood.”
—Twinkle Adams, mother of two

“I was so excited when I found out Colleen could be at the birth of our son. I knew I was in very capable hands and the birth went smoothly and was very peaceful.”
—Shiayla L., mother of two

“I had the great pleasure of meeting and working with Colleen when I was expecting my 3rd. At my very first appointment, I knew there was something wonderfully different about Colleen. She had a new, fresh, love and excitement for pregnancy, helping mommies, and life in general. At each and every prenatal checkup, she gave me her undivided attention and I really felt like she was as excited about my pregnancy as I was. Colleen is an amazing midwife. She makes me want to get pregnant again just so that I can work with her again.”
—Abigail Bertsch, mother of three