Tag Archives: multidisciplinary work

The mental health social worker

By Sarah Daniel Mental health is a topic of great debate in the current climate, and, if we’re honest, it has been for many years. As a budding social worker interested in engaging in the field of mental health, what … Continue reading

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Health social work: No day the same

By Jennz It was Day 1 and I was entering the hospital as a student social worker, in acute allied health.  This is the area of practice where I had always envisaged myself working.  What was in store for me … Continue reading

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Let’s work together: Older people’s mental health multidisciplinary teams

By PureArrow Every day we’re getting older, wiser, and more knowledgeable and … closer to being able to avoid mental health difficulties. Right? Wrong!  Unfortunately as we age (and yes globally this population is growing rapidly) the risk of having … Continue reading

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Take a walk in the field of mental health

By Anonymous The practice of social work in the field of mental health is one which continues to fight to enhance the wellbeing of those living with a mental illness. Mental health disorders have been ranked as one of the … Continue reading

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