Insight Psychological Specialists - Leah Cadieux

Leah Cadieux, Specialist, IBCLC, RLC, B.A. (She/Her)

Hi – I’m Leah and I’m here to help you feed your baby! I’m passionate about giving you (the parent/s) the support, encouragement and answers you need to feed your baby with confidence. I have 18+ years of expertise on infant feeding challenges, working with all sorts of families to come up with individually based solutions when things with your little one aren’t going as expected. During visits I always take the time to thoroughly listen to your concerns so that we can make a plan to meet your feeding goals.

More About Leah Cadieux

As a mother of three children, I know that sometimes your best laid plans do not work out as expected! As a Registered Lactation Consultant and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, my passion is to support parents in reaching their feeding goals.

I can assist with education and planning prenatally or during any part of the post-partum period as challenges or questions arise. Partnering with you, the parent(s), I take the time to watch and listen and then provide information and support for your unique feeding relationship.

I am committed to providing compassionate client-centered care as I know that infant feeding and lactation issues can have a physical and emotional toll. I do my best to provide warm and empathic care during this transitional time in your life.

I have been providing support to families to feed their babies for almost two decades. I want all my clients to leave our visits feeling both encouraged and empowered!

I also work part-time with a global online perinatal education platform because it is built in upgrading for me professionally and keeps me current on all the newest research and findings in lactation, perinatal, labour and delivery, childhood development, maternal health care, and premature infants. Going way above and beyond the required educational hours per year allows me to provide the most clinically current care so you don’t miss out on any possibilities or options for your family’s care.

Aside from being an RLC, IBCLC, I am a recipient of the MILLC scholarship, and hold a B.A. in psychology, focusing on early childhood development.

I look forward to working with you and your little one and I am grateful for your trust to work with supporting you while you work to feed your baby in the way you hope to!

What quick advice do you have for people who are really struggling?

Get some support! Sometimes we don’t have the answers or expertise ourselves and accessing evidence-based solutions can help ease the transitions that are a sometimes overwhelming part of parenthood.

What has been the most satisfying part of being an IBCLC?

The most satisfying part of being an IBCLC is helping support families with infant feeding – it is such a frequent part of everyday life. When you have to feed a baby 8+ times a day having things operate more smoothly and in line with what the parent(s) hoped for is literally life-changing for them!


International Board Certified Lactation Consultant

Registered Lactation Consultant

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology


Member of Canadian Consultant Association


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