Welcome to my site. I am extremely thankful and honored to share my writings with you. I am drawn to the purpose of creating a better understanding of self, relationships, and identity — a purpose which has cast me into several roles: speaker, author, and educator. I am so excited to share my work with you, especially A Letter to My Sisters: Reflecting on God's Promises. This workbook style writing is for all women and focuses on challenges, grief, loss, identity as well as reflections from scripture for guidance and strength.
I would also like for you to get to know me better. Recently, I had the opportunity to interview for a podcast called Re-Written with host, Aisha Beau Johnson. She is a phenomenal lady and we talked about everything from my spirituality, to my self-love process, disconnecting from an unhealthy relationship, to child sex trafficking awareness. The conversation was abundant and a blessing to me.
I am thankful I had the opportunity to share pieces of my story and my hope is that it can be encouraging and informative to you and those you love.
Title - Episode 26: Disconnect to Reconnect w/ Dr. Veronica Hardy
Podcast - Re-Written: The Aisha Beau Podcast
Raised in Pennsylvania, Dr. Veronica Hardy is a licensed clinical social worker, writer, and Professor at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. She earned her PhD from Regent University School of Psychology and Counseling and her MSW from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. Throughout her career, she has provided services in various clinical settings and has served as a faculty member in social work and mental health counseling programs.
Dr. Hardy grounds herself in reaching out to the community and creating awareness of social issues including child sex trafficking, racial disparities in schools, as well as intimate partner violence. More recently, she has sought to expand her outreach through the platform of a podcast titled, There is Power in Your Story, named after a yearly empowerment event she organized for her community.
Her 62-page, workbook style publication, A Letter to My Sisters: Reflecting on God’s Promises, discusses challenges, grief, and loss experienced by women across the life span and highlights biblical reflections on identity, coping, and strength.