Books in category Law – Mental Health

  • The Unjust Justice

    The Unjust “Justice”
    Edward Castle

    The Unjust “Justice” is the story of a young man who, because of the social stigma that prevails over individuals plagued with schizophrenia, lost his freedom within an abusive system of injustice.

  • A Practice that Works

    A Practice that Works
    Steven M. Harris, Ph.D, David C. Ivey, Ph.D, Roy A. Bean, Ph.D.

    This book pulls together a group of mental health professionals who have branched out into new markets and services.

  • Mental Health Care in the African American Community

    Mental Health Care in the African-American Community
    Sadye Logan, Ramona Denby, Priscilla A Gibson

    This text is extensively referenced and includes figures and tables to clearly illustrate data.

  • Landmark Cases in Forensic Psychiatry

    Landmark Cases in Forensic Psychiatry
    Dr Elizabeth Ford, Dr Merrill Rotter

    This book represents an important addition to the study tools and textbooks available related to psychiatry and the law and will serve as a useful reference for clinicians who must follow established legal requirements in their field.

  • Mental Health Law Policy and Practice

    Mental Health Law: Policy and Practice
    Peter Bartlett, Ralph Sandland

    This text provides a detailed overview of mental health law and the socio-legal, historical, sociological, and cultural issues related to them.

  • Texas Law and the Practice of Psychology

    Texas Law and the Practice of Psychology
    Emily G. Sutter, Robert McPherson

    Texas Law and the Practice of Psychology provides licensed psychologists, professional counselors, mental health professionals, and professors with the key legal and policy issues specific to the state of Texas today.

  • Therapy with Children

    Therapy with Children
    Debbie Daniels, Peter Jenkins

    `Debbie Daniels and Peter Jenkins approach the complex issue of the rights of children to seek and sustain psychotherapy with skill and sensitivity.

  • Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders Adults

    Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders (Adults)
    Christine A. Courtois, Julian D. Ford

    Combining scientific and clinical perspectives, this volume brings together leading authorities on complex traumatic stress and its treatment in adults.

  • The Rules of Insanity

    The Rules of Insanity
    Carl Elliott

    In The Rules of Insanity, Carl Elliott draws on philosophy and psychiatry to develop a conceptual framework for judging the moral responsibility of mentally ill offenders.

  • State of the Art in Clinical Supervision

    State of the Art in Clinical Supervision
    John R. Culbreth, Lori L. Brown

    Current and future supervisors will no doubt find the innovative and informative strategies described in this book invaluable in their work with supervisees.

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