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Amanda Counter

Amanda Counter Midwife

Amanda has been involved in birth work for over 20 years. She started by serving friends and family as a doula, and eventually followed the call to be a midwife. She has a concrete knowledge of the physical and emotional aspects of birth, and the utmost respect for birth as a normal process unique to each person experiencing it. Every birth is beautiful in its own right and Amanda strives to meet you where you are with sensitivity, supporting your power to own your experience. Amanda is committed to making midwifery care accessible to anyone who desires it. She has supported clients in all settings and completed part of her internship at Shiphrah Birthing Home in the Philippines. ​


Amanda has been married to her hero for 27 years. She is a mother of four, and had three of her children at home. She keeps current CPR-BLS and NRP Certifications. She is a graduate of the Midwives College of Utah with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Midwifery and is currently working towards her MPH at the Colorado School of Public Health. She is a NARM Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) licensed in Utah (LDEM) and Wyoming (LM) and is an active member of the Utah Midwives Organization. Amanda is an approved preceptor for NARM and Midwives College of Utah.

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countries visited during midwifery training


births attended


midwife miles travelled


unassisted births
of my own

It is an honor to see the original face of any new one.

Each baby born holds the light very purely and... I greet the new one

with celebration and gratitude for the ordinary miracle of birth. 

-Jeannine Parvati Baker

Collaborative care is a relationship between providers—such as midwives, nurses, physicians, social workers, cultural and spiritual healers, and others—that is built on respect and understanding of the unique and complementary skills that each provider brings to the

situation to influence optimal outcomes for women, newborns and families. 

We are always researching, engaging with other midwives, and consulting with other healthcare professionals to provide you with safe, evidence-based options for care.


We have a Nurse Practitioner available for consultations to ensure you receive the most comprehensive and accessible care possible. 

During birth it is important that there be enough hands. We collaborate with midwives and assistants from all along the Wasatch Front. You will end up with an amazing, skilled team to support you throughout your labor and birth. 

In our home there is a saying has come to define us: We don’t make friends, we make family… That is the spirit of care with Mountain Time Midwifery & Wellness. We want your birth to be a positive experience surrounded by people you trust.

Meet some of our collaborating providers!
Homebirth, midwife, family
Homebirth, midwife, waterbirth, family




Nurse Practitioner

Angie Pierce

Nurse Practitioner (FNP)

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