About Anna Cusack
Anna Cusack is a postpartum doula and motherhood support mentor, guiding new and experienced parents through pregnancy, the fourth trimester and beyond.
Anna combines her knowledge in areas such as traditional postpartum care, breastfeeding support, motherhood studies and exercise physiology to help mothers and parents feel heard, seen and supported through the highs, lows and sticking points of their child-raising journeys.
Working from her base on Awabakal Country (Lake Macquarie area, NSW), Anna's services include postpartum planning, one-on-one parent support sessions, and mentoring for those who work with (or feel a calling to work with) mothers, parents and families.
Anna also facilitates in-person and online women's circles and interactive workshops on various motherhood-related topics - pop your details in the box at the bottom of the page to keep up to date with what's coming up!
As an author, podcaster, speaker and online creator, Anna reaches thousands of women and parents every year with evidence-based information, searing social commentary and inspirational, actionable content.
Anna's book "Mama, You're Not Broken: Unmasking the Unspoken Emotions of Modern Motherhood" was released in May 2021 and has been receiving rave reviews from parents and support professionals alike, and her articles have been published in numerous online publications including MamaMia, Independent Australia and Hello Postpartum.
You'll also find her as host of the "Anna Asks" podcast, a treasure trove of interviews and solo episodes for people and parents wanting to ask the big questions on birth, postpartum, parenting philosophy and practice, pandemic, politics, culture, allyship and more.
“Anna creates a space to connect with other mothers when social isolation can be hard. She is encouraging and provides the tools to reconnect with the part of yourself that is calm amongst the chaos of being mum.”
Mum of two
“I've finished reading your book. Your words are perfect and it's just what I needed... It helped me realise a few things that I couldn't pinpoint about myself, and I've started thinking about myself in a different way. I can see past the rage and the grief and overwhelm. I have a long way to go but I'm on a good path now. Thank you for your work!”
“Just having that space for mums to feel heard is so important, particularly in the current situation... Thank you for providing that space.”
Mum of one
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