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Dr. Jill Gerson

Social Work Teacher

Lehman College

HQ Phone: (718) 960-8000

Lehman College

250 Bedford Park Blvd West

Bronx, New York 10468

United States

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Education

DSW

Graduate Center

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“It was treacherous driving during the ...

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“It was treacherous driving during the hurricane,†said Ms. Chisholm, fitting an intravenous line into the arm of Jill Gerson, 71, who teaches social work at Lehman College in the Bronx. “But it’s just something you have to do as a nurse.

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Dr. Gerson had been hospitalized twice â€" first as a result of complications from a dental implant, then because of a reaction to her antibiotics. If she missed one day of antibiotics now, she would probably be all right, but two or three days could be life-threatening.
Dr. Gerson, who lives in the West Village, close to the Hudson River, stayed in her home rather than move in with friends, even as the water flowed down her street and into her basement.
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Dr. Gerson had a different opinion: “This service saves a fortune, because we don’t have to be in hospitals.


Jill ...

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Jill Gerson

Gordian Knot Books 2007 • 328 pp. 6 x 9"
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Through extensive interviews with twenty-four young women of color living in temporary shelters in New York City who were either pregnant or had very young children, Dr. Jill Gerson analyzes the shelter users' backgrounds, current living experiences, and views of home, family, and parenting. Employing a life-history approach, she focuses on the ways the mothers' lives were shaped by both socioeconomic context and interpersonal experiences.
Gerson finds that most of the mothers had experienced various disruptive experiences in childhood and adolescence and that their shelter use was closely related to the adverse economic realities faced by many poor women of color.
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"Gerson's interviews give the reader a personal feel for the struggles that women face as they try to free themselves and their families from the limitations of poverty and scarce resources. . . . these findings make an outstanding introduction to the complexities of homelessness in general and the struggles for women in particular. . . . a unique and original contribution to our understanding of homelessness. . . . Gerson offers a skillful reframing of how we understand the shelter experience itself. -Maxine Harris, Ph.D, Psychiatric Services, American Psychiatric Association
Endorsements:
"Jill Gerson tells the very moving true stories of 24 mothers among the increasing number of single parents in New York City's homeless shelters.
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JILL GERSON received a DSW from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and a MSW from Hunter College School of Social Work. A longtime resident of New York City, Dr. Gerson has focused her social work practice on program development for under-served youth and families with young children. She is currently on the faculty of Lehman College in the Bronx, NY, Department of Sociology and Social Work. While teaching at Lehman, she developed an introductory course for human service workers aimed at enhancing their skills in working with families facing the complex challenges of poverty and social injustice.


UPNE - Hope Springs Maternal: Jill Gerson

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Jill Gerson

Gordian Knot Books 2007 • 328 pp. 6 x 9"
...
Through extensive interviews with twenty-four young women of color living in temporary shelters in New York City who were either pregnant or had very young children, Dr. Jill Gerson analyzes the shelter users' backgrounds, current living experiences, and views of home, family, and parenting. Employing a life-history approach, she focuses on the ways the mothers' lives were shaped by both socioeconomic context and interpersonal experiences.
Gerson finds that most of the mothers had experienced various disruptive experiences in childhood and adolescence and that their shelter use was closely related to the adverse economic realities faced by many poor women of color.
...
"Gerson's interviews give the reader a personal feel for the struggles that women face as they try to free themselves and their families from the limitations of poverty and scarce resources. . . . these findings make an outstanding introduction to the complexities of homelessness in general and the struggles for women in particular. . . . a unique and original contribution to our understanding of homelessness. . . . Gerson offers a skillful reframing of how we understand the shelter experience itself. -Maxine Harris, Ph.D, Psychiatric Services, American Psychiatric Association
Endorsements:
"Jill Gerson tells the very moving true stories of 24 mothers among the increasing number of single parents in New York City's homeless shelters.
...
JILL GERSON received a DSW from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and a MSW from Hunter College School of Social Work. A longtime resident of New York City, Dr. Gerson has focused her social work practice on program development for under-served youth and families with young children. She is currently on the faculty of Lehman College in the Bronx, NY, Department of Sociology and Social Work. While teaching at Lehman, she developed an introductory course for human service workers aimed at enhancing their skills in working with families facing the complex challenges of poverty and social injustice.

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