In this episode, we talk with Unified School District of De Pere School Social Worker (and UW-Green Bay Psychology alum) Melanie Brick about the many ways she and her fellow school social workers bring hope to students so they can thrive at school. Ryan and Georjeanna learn about the many behind-the-scenes jobs that social workers do and how Melanie supports students, including programming funded by a DPI mental health grant like the Hope Squad (a suicide prevention program). See it here.
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9 Jan, 2020