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Ann Hardin

Ann Hardin, American marriage and family therapist. Certified clinical social worker. Named Outstanding Graduate Student, School Social Work, Columbia, Missouri, 1985, Woman of Year Bureau Women's Affairs Guam, 2002.

Background

  • Hardin, Ann was born on August 2, 1947 in Findlay, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Richard Clair and Ethelyn Lois (Miller) Webber.

  • Education

    • Associate of Arts in Management/Supervision, Los Angeles Metropolitan College, Guam, 1981. Bachelor of Social Work, University Missouri, 1984. Master of Social Work, University Missouri, 1985.

    Career

    • Bookkeeper, cashier Public Finance Corporation, Findlay, Ohio, 1965-1966. Office manager Grange Mutual Casualty Company, 1967-1968. Executive branch federal government, Washington, 1969.

      Office manager Animals Hospitals, Inc., Vallejo, California, 1970-1973. Director Option, Inc./Project Concern International, San Diego, 1975-1978. Counselor Navy Family Service Center, Guam, 1985-1992.

      Family therapist client services and family counseling division Superior Court Guam, 1992—2005. Faculty University Guam/School of Southwest, 1990-1991, 96-97, 98-99. Member Governor's Task Force on Child Sexual Abuse, 1986-1990, Governor's Task Force on Suicide, Guam, 1990, Governor's Task Force on Domestic Violence, 1993-2005.

      Presenter conferences in field, including Joint World Congress of International Federation Social Workers and International Association Schools of Social Work, 1996.

    Major achievements

    • Certified clinical social worker.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Adult leader Young Christian Life, Guam, 1985-1991. Team presentor Catholic Engaged Encounter, Guam and Missouri, 1982-1992. Founder Sexually Assaulted Female Enrichment Group, Multiagy.

    Sexual Abuse Treatment Group, Women Survivors of Partner Abuse Group, Sexually Assaulted Female Education and Recovery Group. Member National Association of Social Workers (clinical social worker, conference presenter 2001, Lifetime Achievement award Guam chapter 2004), Guam Association of Social Workers (Social Worker of Year 1991, vice president 1993-1994, conference chairperson 1994, 98), Guam Association Marriage and Family Therapists (vice president 1990-1991), Academy Certified Social Workers, Mizzou Alumni Association.

    Connections

    • Married John Westley Hardin, December 6, 1969. Children: David Jason, Christopher John.
    • father: Richard Clair Webber
    • mother: Ethelyn Lois (Miller) Webber
    • spouse: John Westley Hardin
    • children: David Jason Hardin
    • Christopher John Hardin
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    Born August 2, 1947
    (age 70)
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