In addressing emotional abuse, social workers may work with families to identify the root causes of the abuse and to develop strategies to address and prevent further abuse.
They may also provide individual and family therapy to help victims heal from the emotional trauma of abuse.
Social workers may also work with community organizations and government agencies to promote awareness of emotional abuse and to develop resources and services to support victims and prevent abuse.
They may also advocate for policy changes and reforms to better protect children and adults from emotional abuse.
It is important for social workers to approach cases of emotional abuse with sensitivity, compassion, and cultural competency, and to work with victims and their families in a way that is non-judgmental and empowering.
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