SUPPORT IN YOUR HOME BECAUSE YOU DESERVE IT!

EFFECTIVE MAY 17, 2019 AND UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, AETNA CLIENTS NOTE THAT AS OF JANUARY 1 AETNA IS ONLY COVERING 40-60 MINUTES FOR AN INTIAL CONSULT AND ABOUT 45 MINUTES FOR FOLLOW UP. AS A RESULT ALL AETNA INITIAL CONSULTS WILL NOW BE 1 HOUR INSTEAD OF 1.5 HOURS. AETNA FOLLOW UP VISITS WILL BE 45 MINUTES. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ AND FOLLOW THE SUGGESTIONS FOR H0W TO PREPARE FOR A CONSULT. THIS ONLY AFFECTS AETNA CLIENTS AND NOT OUT OF NETWORK CLIENTS.


REBECA FOUR, IBCLC Registered Lactation Consultant Family Wellness Consultant

Do you want to know if your baby is transferring enough?

Do you want to know if you’re over feeding when bottle-feeding?

Do you want to know if you’re making enough milk?

Do you want to know how to use your pump in the most effective way?

Are you getting ready to go back to work or school?

LET’S SET UP A CONSULT TODAY TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS

*TRAVEL FEE FOR AETNA CLIENTS, NOT COVERED BY AETNA, DUE AT TIME OF SCHEDULING. FOR LOCATIONS WHERE TRAVEL FEES APPLY CHECK THE SERVICE +FEE PAGE FOR AETNA OR OUT OF NETWORK . ALL INTAKE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BEFORE THE CONSULT DAY.

Education, support, and expert, compassionate clinical care for breastfeeding and chestfeeding, lactation, infant feeding, and post-frenotomy support, including:

  • Prenatal education and counseling, let’s get you ready before baby arrives!

  • Latch evaluation, why isn’t it working?

  • Milk transfer evaluation, how much is my baby really getting at the breast?

  • Management of nipple pain and damage

  • Feeding evaluation, am I bottle-feeding the way I should be?

  • Supplementation: when and how much to give?

  • Insufficient milk supply, why and can I improve it?

  • Insufficient glandular tissue, do I have enough of the stuff that makes milk?

  • Oversupply management, more is NOT always better!

  • Engorgement and clogged ducts, let’s treat them and PREVENT them!

  • Mastitis: how to manage it if it happens and how to PREVENT it!

  • Support for issues related to tongue, lip and buccal ties, YES, ties are REAL!

  • Reflux: is it a food sensitivity, or air induced because of lip and tongue tie?

  • Re-lactation: building production after you have stopped for some time

  • Induced lactation: for adoptive parents or families with surrogate support

  • Breast pump optimization: how to get the most out of your pump

  • Back-to-work or school support: let’s keep that milk coming!!

  • Introducing solids: when, how and what to feed baby?

  • Weaning: how to stop pumping or stop lactating without issues

  • I support ALL families, LGBTQIA+ Inclusive!

Our mission is to provide education and unbiased support to empower families to make informed decisions about infant feeding choices.


Rebeca Four has been and continues to be one of the most influential people along my tumultuous journey called motherhood. I was fortunate to meet Rebeca five years ago, while pregnant with my baby girl. She served as my birth doula, supporting and encouraging me through a completely natural childbirth. After succeeding in bringing my healthy baby into the world, I did not expect to encounter any further difficulties. The immediate plan following my baby girl’s arrival was to nurse her as naturally as I tackled childbirth. However, breastfeeding did not go as planned. My baby girl’s failure to latch due to stage four lip and tongue ties, had me screaming for help. This caused excruciating toe curling, fist clenching pain, each time my baby tried to eat. Fortunately, I was in the best hands with Rebeca, being she is a board-certified lactation consultant. Confused and overwhelmed, I remember looking at Rebeca with tears in my eyes waiting for her lead. Rebeca took control and was there to best correct the latch, teach me different holds for the baby, show me exercises to help, recommend the best creams and supplements, connect me with experts to releasee the baby’s ties, and respond to the numerous phone calls and text messages that would frantically set her phone off. Rebeca did not let me quit breastfeeding but gently encouraged me to keep going. She knew that I wanted to be successful and she made every effort to fully support me. With her guidance, expertise, time, and patience, I proudly nursed my daughter just shy of two years. Rebeca has provided top notch emotional and physical care. Her reassuring and calming nature make any new mom, postpartum mom, or confused mom feel at ease. If I could gift Rebeca to every new mom and baby, I would. She is worth her weight in gold. I am proud of my success and owe it all to Rebeca. We are eternally grateful.
— Alexis P., Cresskill