Birthright podcast Season Finale with Kimberly seals Allers

Episode 10: Finding Joy for Black Birth Workers: Black Doulas Speak Out with Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson

Tune in to Episode 10 featuring our special guest, the amazing Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson. @drsayida is both a licensed clinical psychologist and birth doula. She specializes in multicultural psychology, trauma, suicide prevention, and maternal mental health. Run, don't walk to check it out now on Apple Podcast, Spotify, and at www.birthrightpodcast.com!⁣⁣

Shaping the Shift Podcast
with Thea Monyee

Episode 40: Full Power with Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson

Tune in to Episode 40: Full Power, featuring our guest, the amazing Dr. Sayida Peprah. @drsayida is both a licensed clinical psychologist and birth doula. She specializes in multicultural psychology, trauma, suicide prevention, and maternal mental health. ⁣Make time today to tap into your power on Soundcloud, Google Play, Apple Podcast, I Heart Radio, Spotify, and Shapingtheshift.com!⁣⁣

Shaping the Shift · Full Power w/ Dr. Sayida Peprah


Episode 196: Empowering Black Mamas During Birth and Beyond with Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson

Stephanie interviews Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson to discuss birth justice and ways to best support the mental and physical health of Black families. Dr. Sayida Peprah is both a licensed clinical psychologist and trained birth doula. She specializes in multicultural psychology, trauma, suicide prevention and maternal mental health. During this episode they discuss how implicit bias and trauma impact Black mothers, how to advocate for yourself during and after birth to get the best care, how providers can offer more culturally appropriate care, and resources to feel more empowered, supported, and heard throughout your journey.  Trigger warning: The episode includes discussions about birth trauma that some listeners may find triggering.

Healthy Balanced Birth and Beyond Podcast

Episode 16: Black Mamas Matter with Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson

"This week I'm chatting with Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson. This episode has been a long time coming, we initially started chatting about recording it before my daughter was born (July 2019)! We're discussing disparities and issues for Black mothers within our "health" care system, maternal mental health, and ideas for how to begin to enact change in our world."

Dem Black MamAs Podcast

Episode 30: The Doctor Is In - A Conversation w/ Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson on #BlackMaternalMentalHealth

#DearBlackPeople Birthing in a supportive chosen environment should not be othered or a privilege. It should valued as the norm. Whether we give birth or not we should all be connected to the experience. We should all be fighting for Black birth persons to be empowered to articulate and unapologetically create the birth experience we want long before a positive pregnancy test. Black maternal health does not begin with pregnant Black people. It begins with changing our minds. It begins by giving voice and value to bodies from the moment they enter the world. So if the moment arrives to usher a soul Earth side as our guest Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson says “thriving is already instilled as a right not a privilege” and joy is the baseline. Now let’s get free y'all and jump into Episode 30 of Dem Black Mamas.

Birth Trauma Training for Birth Workers Podcast with Dr. Erin Bowe

Episode 30: Coercion, Mental Health & Racism in Birth with Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson

Sisters in Loss Podcast with Erica M. McAfee

Episode 92: Black Woman Birthing Justice with Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson

Tomorrow begins Black Maternal Health Week April 11-17, 2019 and there is no better way to kick off this week than talking to the women of the Birthing Justice movement. I had the pleasure of meeting these ladies this past December at the Black Mamas Matter Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The work these women do around Maternal Health and Mortality is remarkable.

In today’s episode we have Dr. Sayida Peprah-Wilson who is a doula, licensed clinical therapist, speaker, and member of the Black Birthing Justice movement. She shares what Birthing Justice movement is, why doulas are important, and what we can do to help the infant and mortality rates in our community.