Journal of Consultancy, Training and Services
ISSN: 2651-5652 /Volume 1 /Issue 1/ Febraury 2017

Mental health and rehabilitation workers: What they do and how they do them


Mental health and rehabilitation workers often have both counseling and social work skills. They work with individuals who have mental illnesses or substance abuse problems and consult with other mental health professionals to provide effective courses of treatment. Many employers require a bachelor's degree in psychology or a similar field coupled with experience, while others seek candidates with a master's degree in social work, counseling, psychology or a related subject.


Mental Health, Rehabilitation Workers, What They Do, How They Do Them,

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    OTUSUM Consult, Training & Services
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