23 episodes

Welcome to UN-LoC’D, a Caribbean podcast hosted by Audrey Augustave, Haitian American & Licensed Counselor, where Real Talk leads to Real Understanding.

Together we'll explore identity related topics with transparency and authenticity. You'll receive some clinical insight on the themes explored in each episode and learn more about the value of seeking therapy.

Find Audrey on Twitter: @AudreytoShakti
Unloc'd Twitter Page: @Unlocd_Podcast
Unloc'd Instagram Page: @unlocd_podcast

UN-LoC'D Audrey Augustave

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Welcome to UN-LoC’D, a Caribbean podcast hosted by Audrey Augustave, Haitian American & Licensed Counselor, where Real Talk leads to Real Understanding.

Together we'll explore identity related topics with transparency and authenticity. You'll receive some clinical insight on the themes explored in each episode and learn more about the value of seeking therapy.

Find Audrey on Twitter: @AudreytoShakti
Unloc'd Twitter Page: @Unlocd_Podcast
Unloc'd Instagram Page: @unlocd_podcast

    Ep 21: An Athlete's Mindset

    Ep 21: An Athlete's Mindset

    On  Episode 21 of Un-Loc'd I sat with Kirani James, Grenada's first and only Olympic gold medalist for 400m Track. Together we discussed the ticking clock of an athlete's life and maintaining humility while bringing pride to your country.

    RESOURCES FOR KIRANI JAMES:
    Connect on Twitter
    Check out his Website


    CONNECT WITH UN-LOC'D THE PODCAST:
    Check out our Website
    Connect on Instragram
    Connect on Twitter


    If you are interested in reaching out to share your thoughts, topic    ideas, or if you are interested in becoming a guest email me at info@audreytoshakti.com

    I’d also love to hear your lovely voices! Feel free to leave a voice message HERE ( Voice messages may be used for the show, but if you specify a desire for it to be omitted, this will be honored).

    • 31 min
    Ep 20: All in the Family (part 2)

    Ep 20: All in the Family (part 2)

    On  Episode 20 of Un-Loc'd I sat with Hans Augustave, a DJ, Director, Artist and most importantly my big brother. Together we explored the history of his heroin addiction and how addiction stories impact family systems through the sibling dynamic. Here, Hans and I take a deep dive in how recovery work in substance use is something a whole household goes through. I'm proud of us and honored to call him my big bro!!

    RESOURCES FOR HANS AUGUSTAVE:
    Connect on Instragam
    Explore his Creative Works
    DJ Hanzi makes you DANCE
    Discover how to get in touch with Sober Parties in NY

    CONNECT WITH UN-LOC'D THE PODCAST:
    Check out our Website
    Connect on Instragram
    Connect on Twitter


    If you are interested in reaching out to share your thoughts, topic   ideas, or if you are interested in becoming a guest email me at info@audreytoshakti.com

    I’d also love to hear your lovely voices! Feel free to leave a voice message HERE ( Voice messages may be used for the show, but if you specify a desire for it to be omitted, this will be honored).

    • 56 min
    Ep 19: Redefining Success

    Ep 19: Redefining Success

    On  Episode 19 of Un-Loc'd I sat with Isaac James, a lawyer of Dominican decent, who shares a story about what it's like to be pushed to drive for success as it is measured by immigrant parents in the UK.

    RESOURCES FOR ISAAC JAMES:
    Connect on Instragam
    Connect on Twitter

    CONNECT WITH UN-LOC'D THE PODCAST:
    Check out our Website
    Connect on Instragram
    Connect on Twitter


    If you are interested in reaching out to share your thoughts, topic  ideas, or if you are interested in becoming a guest email me at info@audreytoshakti.com

    I’d also love to hear your lovely voices! Feel free to leave a voice message HERE ( Voice messages may be used for the show, but if you specify a desire for it to be omitted, this will be honored).

    • 54 min
    Ep 18 - A Coming of Age Story

    Ep 18 - A Coming of Age Story

    On Episode 18,  I sat with fellow podcaster, Maella Kancel to explore the phases of identity formation that those of us who are separated from our homelands go through. In this episode we process access to culture via proximity and emotional connection, and the ways in which our lives lead us deeper into self identifying with our Caribbean heritage as we matured in age.


    RESOURCES FOR MAELLA KANCEL:
    Connect on Instragam
    Founder of Karukarament podcast: Website I Instagram I Twitter
    Creator/Host of Tim Tim? Bwa Fik podcast: Website I Instragram

    CONNECT WITH UN-LOC'D THE PODCAST:
    To share your thoughts, topic ideas, or if you are interested in becoming a guest email me at: info@audreytoshakti.com 
    I’d also love to hear your lovely voices! Feel free to leave a voice: HERE

    • 52 min
    Ep 17: An Uncle's Love

    Ep 17: An Uncle's Love

    On Episode 17 of Un-Loc'd I sat with Christopher Williams, a Jamaican man who suddenly had to take on the responsibility of raising his nephews during the onset of the pandemic.

    RESOURCES FOR CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS:
    Connect on Instragam
    Co Founder of WhereItzAt Magazine

    CONNECT WITH UN-LOC'D THE PODCAST:

    If you are interested in reaching out to share your thoughts, topic ideas, or if you are interested in becoming a guest email me at info@audreytoshakti.com

    I’d also love to hear your lovely voices! Feel free to leave a voice message HERE ( Voice messages may be used for the show, but if you specify a desire for it to be omitted, this will be honored).

    • 40 min
    Ep 16: Healing the Mother Wound

    Ep 16: Healing the Mother Wound

    There are subjects we simply don't talk enough about in Caribbean households. The struggling mother/daughter relationship that plagues our family systems is one of them.

    This episode is the first of it's kind.  It's Un-LoC'D's first solo episode. No guests. No interviews. Just a raw first hand account of our host, Audrey Augustave's person experience in healing her mother wounds. Here, Audrey details a 5 step process that she went through to heal her unresolved anger towards her mother, allowing her to achieve the forgiveness needed to set her free from her resentments and projections.

    Additionally, Audrey draws on her personal experience going to therapy to detail the value of reaching out for help.

    If you are an adult woman of Caribbean descent who has been stuck in a cycle of conflict with your mother, this episode is for you!


    SUPPORT & CONNECT WITH UN-LOC'D THE PODCAST:
    Connect with Unclocd on: Instagram I Twitter

    If you are interested in reaching out to share your thoughts, topic  ideas, or if you are interested in becoming a guest email me at info@audreytoshakti.com

    I’d also love to hear your lovely voices! Feel free to leave a voice message HERE ( Voice messages may be used for the show, but if you specify a desire for it to be omitted, this will be honored).

    • 27 min

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