“I can sincerely say that when I leave work and go home, my heart feels really full — but sometimes it feels defeated… There’s a lot of emotion at stake. It’s hard.”
Christine Mousa is a family specialist in New Jersey’s Division of Child Protection and Permanency. Her job is to find safe and loving homes for children. It’s important, emotional work, and on this episode, Christine talks about what the job entails, whether she ever feels afraid on the job, and what being “out in the field” means.
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