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Welcome to My Process Doula Services!

"We believe in the beautiful tapestry of childbirth, where diversity is celebrated, education is the key, and support is woven into every thread. Just as every birthing experience is unique, so is the journey of every family we serve. Our commitment extends beyond cultural boundaries, embracing the richness of diversity, while our doulas stand as educators, empowering you with knowledge that lights the path of your individual choices. We are not just advocates; we are partners on your transformative journey, ensuring that every birth is a tapestry of informed decisions, unwavering support, and the colors of diversity." - Dr. Rhyan Daniel

All About My Process Doula Services!

Welcome to Hello Brown Baby!, where we are delighted to extend a warm and heartfelt welcome to you, our valued guest. At My Process Doula Services!, we understand the transformative journey of pregnancy and childbirth, and we are committed to providing unparalleled support and care to ensure that your experience is as positive and empowering as possible. Hi, I'm Dr. Rhyan Daniel, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Doula who is passionate about Doula Services and is here to guide and assist you every step of the way, offering Peripartum, Birth/Delivery, and Postpartum services tailored to meet your unique needs.

At the core of my service offerings is the belief that every individual deserves to embark on their parenthood journey with confidence, knowledge, and emotional support. Whether you are seeking assistance with birth preparation, postpartum care, or lactation support, I am dedicated to provide compassionate care that respects and honors your individual choices and preferences. We understand that each pregnancy and birth experience is unique, and our personalized approach ensures that you receive the support that aligns with your values and desires.


From the initial stages of pregnancy through the postpartum period, My Process Doula Services! is dedicated to fostering a nurturing and empowering environment for you and your family. Our commitment to excellence, combined with a deep passion for supporting families during this transformative time, sets us apart as a trusted partner on your parenthood journey. Once again, welcome to My Process Doula Services—where your well-being and the joy of your growing family are at the heart of everything we do.

Doula vs. Midwife

A Doula is a trained and experienced professional who provides emotional, physical, and informational support to individuals and families before, during, and after childbirth. Unlike midwives, who are healthcare professionals with medical training and are responsible for the clinical aspects of pregnancy and childbirth, doulas focus primarily on the non-medical aspects of support.

Doulas offer a range of services designed to enhance the birthing experience. This includes prenatal education and counseling to help expectant parents make informed decisions about their birth plans. During labor, Doulas provide continuous emotional support, comfort measures, and advocacy. They work collaboratively with healthcare providers to ensure the birthing person's preferences are communicated and respected. Postpartum, Doulas continue to offer support, assisting with breastfeeding, newborn care, and emotional well-being as families transition into parenthood.

The key difference between doulas and midwives lies in their roles and responsibilities. Midwives are healthcare professionals who provide medical care throughout pregnancy, labor, and postpartum, including conducting medical exams, monitoring the health of the baby and birthing person, and delivering babies. Doulas, on the other hand, do not have medical training and focus on providing emotional and practical support, offering comfort, encouragement, and guidance throughout the childbirth process. Both doulas and midwives play valuable roles in supporting families during the childbirth journey, with their responsibilities complementing each other to ensure a holistic and well-supported birthing experience.

Services Provided

  1. Emotional Support:

    • Providing continuous emotional reassurance and encouragement.

    • Offering a compassionate and non-judgmental presence.

    • Helping clients navigate their emotions and fears related to pregnancy and childbirth.

  2. Educational Support:

    • Offering evidence-based information about pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum care.

    • Assisting in the creation of birth plans and helping clients understand their options.

    • Providing prenatal education on relaxation techniques, breathing exercises, and comfort measures.

  3. Physical Support:

    • Demonstrating comfort measures and pain management techniques during labor.

    • Assisting with positioning and movement to enhance labor progress and comfort.

    • Providing physical support through touch, massage, and other comfort measures.

  4. Advocacy:

    • Advocating for the birthing person's preferences and desires with healthcare providers.

    • Facilitating communication between the client and medical staff to ensure informed decision-making.

    • Supporting the client in expressing their needs and concerns during labor and childbirth.

  5. Partner Support:

    • Assisting and guiding partners in providing effective support.

    • Encouraging and involving partners in the birthing process.

    • Ensuring partners feel confident and included in the experience.

  6. Postpartum Support:

    • Offering emotional support and debriefing after childbirth.

    • Assisting with initial breastfeeding and newborn care.

    • Providing guidance on postpartum recovery and self-care.

  7. Follow-Up:

    • Checking in with clients postpartum to offer additional support.

    • Providing resources for community support and services.

    • Offering a debriefing session to discuss the birth experience.

Statistics on Doula Services

  1. Reduced Cesarean Section Rates:

    • According to a Cochrane Review, continuous support during labor, including the support provided by doulas, is associated with a 39% reduction in the risk of cesarean section (Hodnett et al., 2017).

  2. Shorter Labors:

    • The same Cochrane Review found that the presence of continuous support, such as that provided by a doula, is associated with a 25% reduction in the likelihood of having a shorter labor duration (Hodnett et al., 2017).

  3. Increased Satisfaction with Birth Experience:

    • Studies have shown that individuals supported by doulas report higher levels of satisfaction with their birth experience. For example, a study published in the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing found that doula-supported individuals reported higher satisfaction scores than those without doula support (Kozhimannil et al., 2013).

  4. Lower Use of Pain Medication:

    • Research indicates that individuals supported by doulas are less likely to use pain medication during labor. A study in the American Journal of Public Health found that doula-supported individuals were more likely to have lower rates of epidural use (Declercq et al., 2013).

  5. Reduced Risk of Postpartum Depression:

    • Some studies suggest that the presence of a doula may be associated with a reduced risk of postpartum depression. A study in the Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings found that doula support was associated with lower rates of depressive symptoms at six weeks postpartum (Nommsen-Rivers et al., 2012).

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