The Memoir of Wendy Nordick Featured by BC Association of Social Workers
Indelible: A Social Worker in the Wake of Civil War, the autobiography of Wendy Nordick, has been featured by the BC Association of Social Workers’ website. The feature discusses the author’s background and a brief introduction to the book. You can see the feature here.
Indelible: A Social Worker in the Wake of Civil War is a memoir of Wendy Nordick, a mental health professional who volunteered in Sri Lanka with her husband Bill Blair, a retired judge. They hoped to make a difference in a country ravaged by a brutal civil war and had the highest rates of suicide in the world. You can read their story here.
Wendy Nordick is a social worker, a writer, and a traveller with a PhD in social work. She has 25 years of experience in mental health and has published academic articles on the topic. She is also a member of a writing group and a lover of literature. Wendy is a mother of seven and a grandmother of 11.