Opposites attract

Mould, Terry; McKeown, Maggie
March 2009
Community Care;3/19/2009, Issue 1762, p26
The article presents the experiences of mental health social workers Terry Mould, from a community mental health team in Hampshire, England, and Maggie McKeown, from a Community Mental Health Team in Ashburton, New Zealand, who had swapped their jobs. Mould says that the resources are scarcer, with less opportunity for psychological-based therapies. McKeown is interested in the groups that are being managed to meet the needs of a variety of clients with psychological and behavioral disorders.


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