Birth is both normal and extraordinary.  It should be respected and honored, and works best when interfered with as little as possible. I encourage the birthing person to be an active participant in decision-making and self-care. When informed, supported and encouraged to follow their own instincts, folks can give birth under their own power. Experienced in this way, birth has the potential to be a transformative event.


In the absence of complications, I support watchful waiting.  Interventions and technology will be discussed and used appropriately with consultation and collaboration in the healthcare system when necessary. I combine caring and sensitivity with knowledge of evidence-based guidelines to promote well-being and safety throughout the childbearing year.


Midwifery Model of Care (MANA)

Citizens for Midwifery Model of Care

Kasey DiVine, CPM, MSN, CNM


I have been dedicated to supporting  pregnancy and birth since 2004. I began as a childbirth educator, but soon realized that my heart was in Midwifery. I love the balancing of skill, art, science and dedicated service that defines the midwifery care that I offer. 


I chose the Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) credential first because it is the pathway that includes education and clinical experience in out-of-hospital birth and apprenticeship with an experienced midwife.  Building on this foundation of trust in normal birth, I received my RN, then Masters of Science in Nursing from Frontier Nursing University and became a Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM).  In my life before midwifery, I received a BA from Rutgers University. I am a wife and the mother of 3 children, 2 of whom were born at home.

The Practice


My service includes comprehensive prenatal care in my office or your home, attendance at your birth, postpartum, initial newborn care and breastfeeding support. I allow ample time at each visit to discuss questions, concerns, options and to establish a trusting rapport according to the following schedule:


Monthly visits from the intitial visit to 28 weeks

Bi-monthly visits from 28 to 36 weeks

Weekly visits from 36 weeks to birth

3 postpartum visits


Every client has access to an inflatable birth pool, should they choose to labor or birth in the water.




Planned home birth with a licensed, experienced provider is a safe option for low-risk, healthy individuals.  Home birth works best when the provider has access to the healthcare system allowing for collaboration and transfer of care when home birth is no longer a safe option.  For more information, please check out these links.


Outcomes of planned home birth with registered midwife

Planned Out-of-Hospital Birth and Birth Outcomes

ACNM on Home Birth

Home Birth Matters-For All Women

Citizens for Midwifery Fact Sheet