Ask Basia VIdeo Podcast Ep 18 – “HOW TO GET UNSTUCK IN YOUR LIFE?”

By Basia Alicia Powell

Today the ladies and I discussed, “How To Get Unstuck In Your Life?” A feeling all of us are familiar with in some form or the other. We usually feel “stuck in our lives” when we are not doing what we love or we are not doing it with who we love. It is as simple as that. If you are currently experiencing this feeling, then you have to ask yourself if you like what you are doing, or who you are doing it with. When you are able to come up with an honest answer, then you can do something about it.

You will never get stuck some where you don’t want to be or with someone you don’t want to be with. A square will most certainly get stuck in a hole. I hope you enjoy this episode of the Ask Basia Video Podcast. Before you watch the video below, take a look at the bios of my leading ladies, aka my commentators.

Commentators Bio

Dr Sydelle Ross

Dr Sydelle Ross. (M.D.) is Trinidadian American, Dr Ross, is an Anesthesiologist and Pain Specialist,(she is  triple board certified) and currently practices palliative medicine in New Jersey. She is also a classically trained vocalist who uses music to care for patients living with life threatening illnesses. Dr Ross’s podcast “Prescription in Song” is dedicated to promoting awareness of the healing potential of music and is available on Apple Podcast and Spotify. Follow her on Instagram

Dr Gabrielle V. Williams

Dr. Gabrielle V. Williams

Dr Gabrielle V. Williams graduated from Hampton University in Hampton Virginia in 2001 with a BS in molecular biology. She later graduated from UNC Chapel Hill School of Dentistry in 2005 with a DDS. Currently she runs her own practice, Piedmont Dentistry Smiles, located in the University area of Charlotte North Carolina, which was established in 2011. Follow her on Instagram

Dr Williams is a member of the AJ Williams Study Club and the Old North State Dental Society. She is married to Elijah Beaty and they have a four-year-old daughter, Elle. In her free time, she enjoys travelling, and belongs to two book clubs. 

MRS DAWN TOWNSEND

Mrs. Dawn Townsend, MS, LPC, NCC

We are also joined by American Dawn Townsend, MS, LPC, NCC, one of the leading Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia and a National Certified Counselor. Dawn graduated with a 4.0 GPA from Mercer University obtaining a Master of Science in Community Counseling and graduated in the top 10 of her class, summa cum laude, from Spelman College receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

Her knowledge is vast, having more than 15 years of clinical experience in working with children, adolescents, and adults from diverse populations. She currently works as the COO/Vice President of Hopeful Change, LLC, is a psychotherapist in a group practice, and the Clinical Compliance Specialist and Behavioral Assessment and Mental Health Evaluation Manager for a local mental health agency. When she is not hard at work serving in the capacity of a therapist, you will find her serving her family and our surrounding communities.  Follow her on Instagram.

MRS ALANA AVIS

Mrs. Alana Avis

I am also joined by Alana Avis. born who was raised in Montreal, Quebec to Trinidad & Tobagonian parents. She is a Cybersecurity Risk Executive, entrepreneur and fitness enthusiast, who loves a good effortless fashion moment. She is currently building an e-commerce brand rooted in wellness. Follow her on Instagram.

Mrs Maua Mosha Alleyne

Maua Mosha Alleyne is Tanzanian. Like all the women who appear on this broadcast she wears multiple hats. She is a Public Health specialist who is currently serving as a Biostatistician at a pediatric hospital research department, She is also a African print designer who uses her passion for African print to change the narrative about Africa. Her work is available on YouTube under “MaAfriStyles”. Follow her on Instagram.

Ask Basia Video Podcast Episode 18

“How To Get Unstuck In Your Life”

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