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Throughout this text, we discuss in detail the legal proceedings that have led to important precedent in key areas in which psychologists and other mental health professionals are likely to be involved. Read the first page
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Mental Health Law Aug. 22 2013
By Rileigh Frost - Published on Amazon.com
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A case-based approach textbook that provides informative literature pertaining to current and past laws surrounding the mental health field and mental illnesses.
A huge thumbs up! June 28 2014
By Noah K. Kaufman - Published on Amazon.com
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The intersection of law and mental health is--in my biased opinion--the coolest topic imaginable because it is where the rubber hits the road with these two epistemologically-divergent fields, each of which are trying to address the same underlying, core issue: problematic human behavior. The result of this intellectual tango between law and mental health are trailblazing legal decisions about real people with mental frailties, essentially representing the pulse of society's capacity to deal with its most vulnerable and exploitive members. Is there anything else more fascinating than that? I don't think so. Overall, this book kicks ass.

Perhaps these skilled authors will eventually provide us with an update, since the knowledge base is constantly growing and morphing into something different.
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an excellent book Dec 3 2011
By itolawputra - Published on Amazon.com
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i must say that i'm quit impressed as i received the package sent to my door...the moment i opened each page, it has enriched my knowledge of law even more sharp....i would recommend more people purchasing this book and find it helpful to understand the perspectives of law and psychology


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