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Martha Baldwin-Beveridge Edit Profile

Martha Baldwin-Beveridge, American psychotherapist, writer. Licensed clinical social worker, Oklahoma. Recipient Layman's award for Outstanding Contribution to Law and Justice Oklahoma County Bar Association, 1972.

Background

Baldwin-Beveridge, Martha was born on June 3, 1941 in Anniston, Alabama, United States. Daughter of Henry Marcellus and Lucille Quintard (Brownlow) Martin.

Education

Bachelor, Wellesley (Massachusetts) College, 1963. Master of Social Work, University Louisville, 1975.

Career

Program director, probation counselor, City of Oklahoma City Municipal Court, 1970-1976;psychotherapist, Options Now, Inc., Oklahoma City, since 1975. Radio therapist Stations KLTE-FM, Oklahoma City, 1985-1988, KTOK, OklahomaCity, since 1989, KTOK, Oklahoma City, since 1989, KNTL, Oklahoma City, 1993-1994, WKY, Oklahoma City, 1995. Newspaper columnist Oklahoma Gazette, Oklahoma City, 1986-1989.

Publisher Change of Heart Journal for Healthy Living.

Membership

Founder, director Friends of Oklahoma City monthly workshop Presbyterian Hospital, 1985-1993. Member Junior League of Oklahoma City (chair community research 1968-1969, volunteer chair juvenile court 1969-1970, volunteer municipal court 1970-1971, education committee 1971-1972).

Connections

Married Andrew J. Haswell, Junior, August 29, 1962 (divorced 1972). Children: Lucie Haswell Voves, Leigh Reece. Married Norwood P. Beveridge, 1993.