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Mental health social workers aren't giving up hope, nor are their service users

I’ve just started on a psychosis team, and despite the warnings of dire straits from friends and the media, I’ve witnessed very good practice I entered the field of mental health social work just a few weeks ago, joining a psychosis team. I had been warned by friends, family, taxi drivers and the media that this area of work is in dire straits and suffering hugely from cuts and poor practice.
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