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psychosocial problems

Generally caused by a particular situation in which the individual finds himself; these circumstances or society are always part of the cause. Psychosocial problems in the narrower sense are characterized by the fact that they disappear when the cause is identified and assistance directed at the circumstances. Social work is extremely important in helping the patient to come to terms with and solve problems in this category, which can be caused by loneliness, divorce, educational problems, bereavement, and so on. Genuine social problems include unemployment, debt, low income.

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