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Legal Issues in Social Work, Counseling, and Mental Health
Guidelines for Clinical Practice in Psychotherapy

  • Robert G. Madden - Saint Joseph's College, Hartford, Connecticut, USA, The University of Bergen


May 1998 | 296 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book covers a broad range of topics, including providing testimony, responding to subpoenas, dealing with an attorney, influencing the legal system, and understanding the legal side of the business of psychotherapy. This book will help demystify the North American legal system, thereby empowering psychotherapists to work with it and within it.
 
Society, the Law and Mental Health
 
Standardization of Practice Policies and Procedures
 
Disclosure of Confidential Information
 
The Standard of Care and Practice Issues
 
Legal and Clinical Standards
Determining `Reasonable Care'  
 
Interactions with the Legal System
 
Legal Issues in the Business of Psychotherapy
 
Knowledge for Practice
Common Legal Problems for Clients  

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