Sexual Health

(914) 325-6011 (phone or text)
(Speaks Spanish and English)

 is a birth doula and hypnotherapist with more than 30 years of experience and attendance at over 200 births. She is the creator of mind+body birth, a unique, science-based system of birth hypnosis and childbirth education designed to help pregnant women achieve a calm, empowered birth. She has helped hundreds of people overcome their fears and limiting beliefs to create positive change and achieve their goals. She is a founding member of HVBN, and is the founder and former director of the first freestanding birth center in Westchester County, NY--The Birth Cottage. She possesses a Masters degree in Public Administration, has trained doulas, helped establish and operate two postpartum doula services, and has worked with individuals and couples as a sex educator, childbirth educator, birth doula, and postpartum doula. 

Julietta gave birth to both her children in birth centers, and is a fierce midwifery advocate. The experience of giving birth naturally was so powerful and deeply spiritual, it inspired Julietta to become a childbirth educator and doula.  In her role as doula, she helps create a sense of safety and calm surrounding the birthing mother, and provides her and her family with non-judgmental support. 

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(914) 552-9639
Home and office visits in Westchester County

MARINA D. CASTELLANOS, PT, MPT has been a practicing physical therapist in Westchester County for over 17 years. She began her career as a pediatric physical therapist. She was later inspired to open a practice for the treatment of women, children, and teenagers with pelvic floor dysfunction. Having experienced symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction as a child, than again as an adult, she fully appreciates the impact these conditions can have on a person and their family. Her specialties include urinary/fecal incontinence, prenatal and postpartum pain and dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse, diastasis recti, pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, and more. She offers office visits at 2 locations (Eastchester and Portchester). She also works with clients in the comfort of their own homes.

Full Circle Women's Health
450 Mamaroneck Avenue, Suite 414
Harrison, NY 10528

(914) 421-1500 (office)
(914) 393-9485 (cell)

KATHY HERRON has been a midwife since 1986. She created her private practice, Full Cicle Women's Health, in 2000 -- Westchester's only midwife-owned, independent, midwifery practice with hospital admitting privileges. 

Kathy is now teaching midwifery school, nurturing the next generation of midwives. She has retired from the demands (and the joys!) of caring for women during pregnancy and birth. She maintains a gynecology practice, providing gentle and empowering care to women, from a teen's first visit through the post-menopausal years. 
Her special interest is helping women with sexual pain and dysfunction, collaborating with a pelvic-floor physical therapist. They take a holistic and caring approach to the diagnosis and treatment of the many conditions that can contribute to this issue. 

Kathy welcomes new and existing clients for routine gynecology or sexual health appointments.

Full Circle Family Care
450 Mamaroneck Avenue, Suite 414
Harrison, NY 10528

Dr. MELISSA KERAS-DONAGHY, PT, DPT, WCS, CLT-LANA earned her doctorate in physical therapy from Simmons College and has over 24 years of physical therapy experience. She specializes in all aspects of pelvic floor dysfunction, including pelvic pain, treating women, men, adolescents and children. Other areas of interest include male and female urinary incontinence and fecal incontinence, biofeedback assessment and treatment, post-surgical treatment, pre-natal and postpartum pain and dysfunction, and post-mastectomy and breast cancer rehabilitation. Dr. Keras-Donaghy is board certified in women's health physical therapy from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).  She is also board certified through the Lymphology Association of North America (LANA), treating all aspects of lymphedema including upper extremity, trunk, and lower extremity lymphedema in men, women and children. She has extensive teaching experience in pelvic floor physical therapy. She currently collaborates with her midwife colleague to care for women with sexual pain.

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