Nothing on this website is to be construed as medical advice, but is for informational purposes only;  it is intended to be appropriately filtered by critical thought so that families, alongside the healthcare providers of their choice, are taking the responsibility to make the conscious decisions that are best for their own unique members and situations.  
All of the content on this website is not necessarily the opinion of Sozo Root.  ​​

Homebirth Midwives ​
Cori Lively - DFW
Kim Retherford -​ DFW

Teri Mitchell - DFW

BirthPointe - DFW

Terry Gyde - Waxahatchie

Sue Salstrand - DFW​

Susan Taylor - DFW​

Danielle Hogan - DFW

Celebrate Birth - DFW

Birth Centers

Bundle Born Midwifery - Frisco
Allen Birthing Center - Allen 

Bella Births - Mckinney
All About Babies Birth Center - Argyle
Inanna Birth Center - Denton
Gentle Beginnings Birth Center ​- Hurst
Lovers Lane Birth Center at Cottonwood - Richardson

Grapevine Birthing Center - Grapevine

Origins Birth and Wellness Collective - Keller

Heart's Desire Midewifery Care - Fort Worth

Fort Worth Birthing and Wellness Center - Fort Worth

House of Birth - Sherman

Plano Birthplace - Plano

Frisco Birth Center - Frisco

Family Birth Services - Grand Prairie

Danielle Hogan - birth centers throughout DFW

Hospital-Based Midwives

Emily Portis - Mckinney

Adrienne Mckinney Jones - Dallas

Johanna Congleton - Frisco and Irving

Meagan Whitehurst - Frisco and Irving

East Texas

Homebirth Midwives

Mercy Eizenga - Tyler

Sacred Nest -  East Texas

DFW Midwives and Obstetricians

*These lists have been compiled with the help of many people, mainly in the holistic community of Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas.  Keep in mind that conventionally trained physicians like medical doctors receive no formal education about natural and holistic health.  Any knowledge or training these professionals have is generally self-motivated and separate from their formal medical training.  Because of this,  the extent to which they understand and practice natural and holistic medicine can vary widely and even be quite minimal.  Conversely, a naturopath or Doctor of Chinese Medicine receives formal training that is primarily natural and holistic in nature.  

Individuals and families should take care to research and ask care providers relevant questions so they can confirm that professionals satisfy their personal definitions of "holistic".

Note:  Many birth center midwives also attend homebirths and homebirth midwives may have birth center privileges. 

Contact midwives for more information

Dr. Cummings - Denton
Dr. Wilson - Denton
Dr. Weinstein ​- Frisco
Dr. Downey - Richardson
Dr. Gunby - Dallas
Dr. Glover - Cleburne 
Dr. Ellis - Irving

Photograph by Danielle Hogan