Social Workers

One of the hardest yet most vital actions social workers can take is to step back and allow crossover youth, their families, and their communities take the lead in voicing what is best for them, Gilbreath says. “Those closest to the pain should be closest to the power. As social workers, we are often not close to the pain,” she says. “We might have the degree, but we might not have the knowledge. Their voices are more important than ours.”

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3 Responses to Social Workers

  1. Whilst this is true it is very sad that it is considered one of the hardest tasks

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