Mental health social workers aren't giving up hope, nor are their service users

Mental health social workers aren't giving up hope, nor are their service users
 

I entered the field of mental health social work just a few weeks ago, joining a psychosis team. I had been warned by friends, family, taxi drivers and the media that this area of work is in dire straits and suffering hugely from cuts and poor practice.
What can the UK learn from New York's approach to mental health? Read more After a couple of days, I could confirm that the former is true: swingeing cuts have had a drastic effect. Therapeutic groups and the time practitioners are able to spend with service users are incredibly stretched, and diaries no longer set aside any time for breaks... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Health, Views: 38
Source: Guardian
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