Dr. Joy Harden Bradford is a licensed psychologist and the host of the wildly popular and award-winning podcast Therapy for Black Girls. Her work focuses on making mental health topics more relevant and accessible for Black women. Named by Glamour as a 'Game Changer' for her work in the mental health field, Dr Joy has been featured in Essence, Refinery 29, Teen Vogue, Oprah Daily, MTV, HuffPost, Black Enterprise and Women's Health. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and two sons.
A wonderful, wise and necessary book, Sisterhood Heals shows us how
friendships can be our safety net and helps us to build and sustain
powerful connections with other women. Reading it felt like
receiving an enveloping, comforting hug. I only wish it had existed
Sisterhood Heals is full of guidance and insights on building and nurturing solid relationships with other women. Dr. Joy Harden Bradford offers a roadmap for personal growth and improved connections with others, ultimately leading to a more fulfilling and joyful life.
*Nedra Glover Tawwab*
Sisterhood Heals is a revelatory work about caring for ourselves and for our friends, and how our relationships impact us in more ways than we ever realized. Inspiring, wise, and thoughtful, this book is a gift for anyone looking to deepen their friendships.
*Luvvie Ajayi Jones*
Sisterhood Heals will give Black women and girls permission to celebrate our bonds, understand ourselves more deeply, mourn our losses, and find and maintain the communities we need to heal. It is a gift.
Every Black woman will identify with this book. It is a treasure trove: informative and nourishing, insightful and humorous.
*Dr Maggie Semple, OBE & Jane Oremosu, authors of My Little Black Book: A Blacktionary*