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Dr. Trevicia Williams: talk show host, national keynote speaker, author and America’s leading media expert on parenting teens, effective communication, human behavior, healthy relationships, self matters, value-based living, work-family balance, and, moral aptitude based on research, education and current trends. Dr. Williams is also the author of the book There Are Pearls In The Pain of Every Experience: Spiritual Truths About Life's Experiences, an inspirational memoir about her child bride experience as a 14 year old African American girl placed in a marriage to a 26 year old man from Germany filled with bounce back tips and information and grounded in the 10/90 Rule: Life is 10% of what happens to you and 90% of the way you respond for people who struggle with the pain of life's experiences. Dr. Trevicia is the host of "Getting There with Dr. Trevicia" which airs on ION network in Dallas on Mondays at 6:30 a.m. and Blog Talk Radio Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m. Getting There with Dr. Trevicia is a tv show where people can find information about everyday problems, motivation, productivity tips and cutting edge information about entrepreneurship, health and finance. Each episode entails conversations between Dr. Trevicia and guests discussing their aspirations as well as ways they can get unstuck and move forward. Dr. Trevicia also profiles guests who have accomplished many of their dreams to serve as inspiration to others. Dr. Trevicia has been featured on numerous TV networks, including, LifeTime, Lifetime Movie Network, BET, Oxygen, and, Bravo and regularly provides expert and breaking news commentary about human behavior, parenting, mother-daughter relationships based on studies and more. Through her speaking engagements, Dr. Trevicia touches the lives of people and empowers them with the knowledge to turn adversities into advancements to realize their fullest spiritual and human potentials. Her non-clinical fun I Love You But I Can’t Stand Yo

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Dr. Trevicia Williams: Ways to Handle Toxic People & Build Healthy Relationships Dr. Trevicia Williams continues to discuss National Heart Awareness Month within the context of relationship building. In this episode of Getting There, Dr.... more

February is Valentines Day and National Heart Awareness Month. While most of the attentioon will focus on love, personal relationships and heart health, Dr. Trevicia Williams will discuss all of these aspects within the context of... more

Forbes magazine revealed a study that shows that only 8% of the people who make resolutions for the new year actually keep them. Dr. Trevicia Williams will talk about ways to keep the promises you make to yourself and... more

During this broadcast, Dr. Trevicia Williams continues to talk about mental health in light of National Mental Health Wellness week. Today, she will talk lessons from Amanda Bynes: When Celebrity Mental Health Turns, mental health through the... more

A week from now is National Mental Health Wellness Week. In light of that and actor/comedian Wayne Brady opening up about his battle with depression which lead to a complete breakdown, psychologist, Dr. Trevicia Williams will talk... more

There are just a few days of National Work and Family Month left; however, it's a topic that doesn't stop just because the month of awareness is near its end. Today, Dr. Trevicia Williams will talk about work and family through the lens of... more

October is National Work and Family Month designed to communicate and celebrate the progress towards creating healthier and more flexible work environments. Psychologist, Dr. Trevicia Williams reacts to Huffington Post's... more

While back-to-school spending is projected to increase this year, psychologist, Dr.Trevicia Williams explains the hidden things that parents need to provide teens for back to school success. According to Mental Health America, 60% of 8-11... more

During this episode of Getting There With Dr. Trevicia Williams, she will weigh in on New York Times' latest about wellness, health, parents' rules for eating healthy and the "forbidden fruit." She will also talk about her upcoming mother teen... more

Research shows that 8 in 10 teens can't find jobs. Dr. Trevicia Williams will provide tips about ways to help your teen or college student find a summer job, teen friendly job opportunities, teenpreneurs, building tomorrow's CEO... more
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