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Social workers, clergy tend to flood victims

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Kathy Keese is retired, but ever since flooding devastated her community, she’s been working constantly. A licensed master social worker, Keese has been visiting flood victims, talking to them and making sure they’re OK. She’s also spoken to volunteers about how to be sensitive to the raw emotions of the people they’re helping, and debriefed volunteers who spent time in hard-hit areas. “I offer as much listening time as I can,” Keese said. “I try ...


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