Britt Moller Larsen
As a Postpartum Care Provider, it is such a privilege to be able to help new mothers during the first precious weeks when everything is new and challenging and at times overwhelming.
I remember that feeling of not being ready or equipped to look after this new precious little person on my own, and not wanting to leave the hospital just yet. I would have loved to have had a Postpartum Care Provider and felt the security of having an experienced and trustworthy care provider in my first weeks as a new mum. I’m a mother of 3 boys who are growing up fast and I now have the time, experience, and knowledge to help new mothers adapt to their new lives and feel ready and able to
give their babies the best possible start in life.
Originally from Denmark, I’ve been lucky enough to travel, and live, in several different countries. I have a degree in Zoology from the UK, and worked in conservation, mainly in tropical rainforests, including the Amazon. My first 2 sons were born in Costa Rica, where I lived for 8 years, and my youngest son was born here in South Africa, which allowed me first-hand experience of different postpartum care systems. We moved to lovely Cape Town 8 years ago and love the people, country,
and life here!
So far in my practical PPCP experience, I have been helping mums with twins, and as a mother of 3 myself I appreciate how busy life is with multiples. I am happy to help any new mothers who would benefit from my support. I volunteer at Mowbray Maternity Hospital several times a week and mainly spend my time in the Neonatal Nursery with the newborns although I am also training to offer support on the labour and postnatal wards.
I am based in Noordhoek in Cape Town, and my services extend to the Southern Peninsula and Southern Suburbs.
* I am experienced in providing postpartum care and I am currently in the process of completing the required hours to gain full certification as a PPCP.
Helping new mothers be ready to give their babies the best start in life!