psychiatric social worker


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psychiatric social worker

n
(Social Welfare) social welfare (in Britain) a qualified person who works with mentally-ill people and their families, based in a psychiatric hospital, child guidance clinic, or social services department area team, and who may also be an approved social worker
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Voirrey, a busy housewife with two young children, had taken up embroidery as a hobby and as relaxation from her work as a part-time psychiatric social worker in Liverpool.
The Home Office is thought to have objected, but was overruled and Bryan was released into the care of a psychiatric social worker and psychiatrist.
Nicky was five-days-old when he was adopted by map publisher Frank Campbell and his wife Sheila, a psychiatric social worker.
A psychiatric social worker has told a murder trial jury how convicted killer George Leighers was discharged from an aftercare scheme - six months before he is alleged to have killed again.
If your doctor can't refer you to a psychiatrist, psychologist, or psychiatric social worker also experienced in the unique issues of MS, ask your nearest Society chapter for a referral.
Ms Galletly, a forensic psychiatric social worker in Preston, was found by the couple who had hoped to rent the property where she lived in Chapel Street, Ormskirk.
One day, Faulkner, a former psychiatric social worker turned collector, came across a postcard in an antique store.
To prove it, Finkelstein, a former psychiatric social worker who joined her husband in the business six years ago, has hired a director of fun and set about creating a dream destination for do-it-yourselfers and designers.
Individual psychotherapy involves regularly scheduled talks between the patient and a mental health professional such as a psychiatrist, psychologist, psychiatric social worker, or nurse.
Data were coded into eleven categories: family (relative or friend), self-referral, general practitioner, general hospital, social agency (child or social welfare agency, community social worker), school (clinic, counselor), miscellaneous (other professional not trained in mental health care), psychiatric unit (situated in a tertiary care facility at the University of Cape Town), private psychiatrist, private psychologist, and private other (private psychiatric social worker, psychiatric nurse).
After the loss of two of her own children, Pollin returned to school for training as a psychiatric social worker.
His wife, Patricia, is a psychiatric social worker at the Center for Hope in Darien, Conn.
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