When social workers do work, it is not the same as doing research or analysis.
For example, social workers should not assume that people in crisis have a mental illness.
They can’t help them understand their feelings or get them to seek help.
They should be there to help people with feelings of distress and help them find their way back to a sense of normalcy.
For instance, if a person has been struggling with mental illness for months, a social worker can help them reach a plan to deal with the anxiety, and get them help with their eating.
If a person is suicidal, a Social Worker can talk to them about their thoughts and feelings.
They may be able to help them develop a plan for their life.
A social worker who helps a person with a mental health issue can help her or him become a better person.
Social workers can help you understand how your clients have been treated, and how they have changed over time.
They need to be available to answer questions, offer information, and guide you through your own crisis.
A good social worker will always be able help.
A number of programs and services exist for people with mental health issues.
You can find a list of programs by state, at www.npr.org/nprhealth/specials.