I believe my purpose is to promote wellness in the lives of others whether it is through growing deeper in one's spirituality, determining ways of coping with life circumstances, identifying and pursuing intentions, or encouraging physical and emotional health and wellness. One of the ways I seek to do so is through projects with purpose such as the upcoming events below.
NASW NC Local Program Unit
Join the Pembroke Local Program Unit on Friday, July 30 at 11:00 a.m. Dr. Veronica Hardy will be presenting “Part II of Self-Reflection and Grief: Responding to Our Clients.” Attending Part I of this webinar is NOT necessary to attend this session. Registration is FREE for students and non-members and $15 for non-members. 1 hour of CE is available. Register by July 28.
Breaking the Chains 4th Annual Men & Women Empowerment Fundraiser
Saturday, August 21, 2021
Days Inn Conference Center
805 Service Road, Hwy US 1
Southern Pines, NC 28387
5pm - 10 pm
Focusing on Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking, Sexual Abuse
You can help make a difference!
For Tickets Call: 910-528-1038
$25.00 in Advance/ $35.00 at Door
Doors Open at 4pm
This is a formal event.
The Annual Conference for Behavioral Health is presented by the Association of Community Mental Health Centers of Kansas
Keynote Speaker -
Dr. Veronica L. Hardy is a university professor, licensed clinical social worker, author, and professional consultant. Dr. Hardy holds a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision and a Master of Social Work degree. She has multiple book publications including Becoming Un-Tangled: Eight Simple Strategies for Cleaning Up Your Life, Mind, and Habits, and The Process of Grief: The Underrated Form of Self-Care.
Dr. Hardy has co-authored academic journal articles focusing on child sex trafficking and has delivered innumerable presentations and seminars to the community, professional organizations, and both national and international conferences about human trafficking with a focus on prevention. Her focus on trauma-informed practice extends into the arena of promoting racial equity. As a university professor, she has facilitated diversity-related courses with a teaching style focusing on the affective process of multicultural competency development amongst mental health professionals.