Oral history interview with Lisa Paisley-Cleveland, 1990
|Creator: ||Paisley-Cleveland, Lisa||Project: ||Northside Center for Child Development project. |
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|Phys. Desc. :||Transcript: 44 pages Sound recording: 1 sound cassette|
|Location: ||Columbia Center for Oral History|
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Psychiatric social worker.
Scope and Contents
Family; psychology degrees from Howard University, New York University; work with drug-addicted patients, women with psychiatric problems at Arthur C. Logan Memorial Hospital; psychiatric social worker at Northside Center for Child Development [Northside], 1975- : union negotiations, organization of Northside, enrollment process, kinds of services; Northside in contrast to other mental health agencies: family-oriented approach, understanding racism and oppression as underpinnings of psychological and educational difficulties, influence of education level on self-esteem; Northside's need for larger political role in community, more effective strategies for communication and outreach.
Copyright by the Northside Center for Child Development, Inc., 1990.