Dr Soulaf Mansour

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Ph.D in Food Sciences
Certified Lactation consultant, IBCLC
Positive Discipline Coach

Dr Soulaf has over 10 years of experience and knowledge in the Lactation
After obtaining her Ph.D in Food Sciences in 2009 from France, she passed
the diploma of International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC).
She received her holistic lactation degree from the US, that gave her a
strong understanding of how nutrition and lifestyle affect breastfeeding
and motherhood experience.
In her practice she focuses on supporting and empowering women in their
breastfeeding and parenting journey by giving them all the advices and
informations for a positive and successful experience.
She offers prenatal workshops, as preparation is a key for a positive birth and
breastfeeding experiences and make sure that mothers are confident and
ready for the big day.
It is true that breast milk comes naturally but finding the proper position and
latch can be tricky. In postnatal, Dr Soulaf supports mothers who are
experiencing breastfeeding problems, such as latching difficulties, painful
nursing, low milk production, oversupply, and much more.

As a holistic lactation consultant, Dr Soulaf take time to review the mother
and baby health history in order to offer personalized support.

Dr Soulaf is a French-Lebanese who speaks French, Arabic and English.

Dr Soulaf consultations offered are the following:

Pre-natal Workshops:

  • Importance of the first feed
  • Optimal latch and positions
  • How to know if the baby is getting enough
  • Importance of massage and hand expressions
  • What to expect in terms of feeding /sleep patterns
  • Importance of massage and hand expressions
  • Nutrition informations
  • The role of the father


  • Positioning and latching challenges
  • Sore or cracked nipples
  • Engorgement / Blocked ducts and/or Mastitis
  • Infant weight loss or slow gain
  • Sleepy babies
  • Fussy baby / chocking at the breast
  • Feeding with a history of breast surgery
  • Large, flat, or inverted nipples
  • Low milk supply
  • Overactive let-down and/or fast flow
  • Thrush
  • Feeding challenges due to gestational age at birth
  • Tongue-Tie/Lip-tie
  • Breastfeeding multiples
  • Pumping
  • Bottle refusal
  • Returning to work
  • Infant reflux
  • Mother nutrition
Dr Soulaf Mansour Ph.D in Food Sciences Certified Lactation consultant, IBCLC Positive Discipline Coach