Today, we interview renowned mental health psychologist, Dr. Edwina Bell about the unique mental health needs of black women, how we can identify when we need mental health professional services and some ideas that you can implement at home to reduce stress and anxiety. Dr. Bell is a Licensed Psychologist. She received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University, completed her internship at the University of Miami Counseling Center, and post-doctoral residency at the Dependency Court Intervention Program for Family Violence in Miami-Dade County, Florida.

Episode 7: Black Women & Mental Health – Interview with Dr. Edwina Bell

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If you have a small business or you are building a brand, your social media presence is critical. But if you have not been born with a iPhone in your hand, understanding how to use social media can be daunting. In addition, we get real about the good, the bad and the ugly of social media and Abbie gets real about her not so fun social media experience. Learn some easy tips to take your first social media steps, as part of your companies overall marketing plan. In short, social media is a must.

Episode 5: Social Media – The good, the bad and the ugly

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Have you ever read the book Eat, Pray, Love? Well the book and movie tells the story of a woman who leaves her life to go in search of something new – in search of a reinvention. At the time we recorded this episode we didn’t know that we would be in the midst of a global pandemic. So if this time in isolation has left you longing for something new or you’ve been forced to reinvent yourself because of a job loss or business slow down, we hope this episode resonants with you.

Episode 4: Have you ever wanted to reinvent yourself?

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Mental health is something that is often swept under the rug, especially in the African-American community. Black women are often reluctant to seek treatment and suffer in silence -often for decades. But recently, more celebrities and public figures are talking about the mental health struggles and the importance of getting the help you need.

Episode 3: Black Women & Mental Health, Part 2

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Mental health is something that is often swept under the rug, especially in the African-American community. Black women are often reluctant to seek treatment and suffer in silence -often for decades.  But recently, more celebrities and public figures are talking about the mental health struggles and the importance of getting the help you need.

Episode 2: Black Women & Mental Health

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This show was created specifically to discuss the issues that impact women over 40. We discuss lifestyle, health, beauty, wellness, style, and travel topics. We share the stories of black women, strive to be authentic and transparent, and interview experts in order to provide new ideas, uncover solutions and expand perspectives.

Episode 1: Gurl U R Not Alone Podcast Launch

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