Become an ambassador!

Birth By Heart, the book Give Birth Without Fear and our method Birth Without Fear is today represented in three countries: Sweden, UK and Finland. Our founder Susanna Heli represents the method in Sweden and the rest of the world, together with our method instructors, midwifes and ambassadors.


Being an ambassador means representing the method, together with the founder Susanna Heli. If you want to know more about becoming an ambassador in your country, please email us and we get back to you for an interview.

Our ambassadors
in the different countries

UK: Emilie Wicks Midwife
Birth Without Fear Ambassador UK

“I am a midwife of 10 years in one of the largest London hospitals with a background in high-risk midwifery antenatal and labour care, and more recently antenatal and postnatal education, with a focus on the transition to parenthood.

I am also Hypnobirthing trained. Since discovering Give Birth Without Fear however, I felt that I could finally genuinely help women welcome their babies into the world with real tools that actually work and are completely accessible, for both the women and the men! In all my years of caring for women during labour I have seen how stress, fear and lack of confidence so often contribute to either complications in birth, or more importantly a negative emotional experience overall. As a mother of two young children myself, I know how important it is to start your parenthood journey with emotional strength to spare! A negative birth experience can leave you feeling emotionally drained, sometimes for months or even years.

This method speaks to women, their birth partners and also to midwives! The 4 tools and their focus on birthing physiology are what have given words to what I always knew to be true. That connecting with your body is the only thing that will get you through, whatever your mode of birth is in the end. It is this that genuinely helps women in the actual moment, and that is all that matters to ensure a sense of empowerment and positive control.”

/ Emilie Wicks