Law, Mental Health, and Mental Disorder

Law, Mental Health, and Mental Disorder

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Table of Contents

Part 1 Foundations for Law, Mental Health, and     1  (60)
Mental Disorder Interactions
The Newly Emerging Mental Health Law 2 (13)
Bruce D. Sales
Daniel W. Shuman
Early Rationale for Mental Health Law 3 (1)
Empirical Questioning of Mental Health Law 4 (1)
Therapeutic Jurisprudence Lens on Mental 5 (1)
Health Law
Redefining the Boundaries of Mental Health 6 (3)
Law
Factors Threatening the Success of the New 9 (2)
Mental Health Law
A New Relationship for the Legal and Mental 11 (1)
Health Disciplines
Conclusion 12 (1)
References 13 (2)
``Why Would I Need a Lawyer?'' Legal Counsel 15 (25)
and Advocacy for People with Mental
Disabilities
Jan C. Costello
Clash of Two Cultures: Law and Mental Health 17 (2)
Existing Law: Right to Legal Counsel 19 (3)
The Role and Ethical Obligations of Counsel 22 (6)
Expansion of Rights of Persons with Mental 28 (1)
Disabilities
Criticisms of Existing Law 29 (4)
Therapeutic Impact of Legal Counsel 33 (3)
Conclusion 36 (1)
References 37 (3)
Mental Health Professional Expertise in the 40 (21)
Courtroom
Maureen O'Connor
Bruce D. Sales
Daniel W. Shuman
Mental Health Professional Expertise 41 (4)
Admissibility of Mental Health Expertise 45 (9)
Conclusion 54 (1)
References 54 (7)
Part 2 Mental Health Professionals and the Law 61 (88)
Confidentiality in the Psychotherapeutic 62 (14)
Relationship
Michele Smith-Bell
William J. Winslade
Privacy 63 (1)
Confidentiality 64 (2)
Privilege 66 (2)
Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse 68 (5)
Conclusion 73 (1)
References 74 (2)
Malpractice Liability of Mental Health 76 (23)
Professionals and Institutions
Steven R. Smith
Malpractice Principles and Process 77 (1)
Institutional Liability 77 (2)
Liability Arising in Practice 79 (5)
Realities of the Malpractice System 84 (2)
Consequences of the Current System 86 (2)
Reform Proposals 88 (3)
Avoiding Malpractice Liability 91 (2)
Conclusion 93 (1)
References 93 (6)
Regulating the Marketplace for Competition 99 (23)
among Mental Health Providers: The Roles of
Antitrust Law and State Mandates
Thomas L. Greaney
Antitrust Law and Mental Health Care 99 (15)
Providers
Mental Health Mandates 114(3)
Conclusion 117(1)
References 118(4)
Legal Influences on the Financing of Mental 122(27)
Health Care
Jeffrey Rubin
The Financing and Organization of Mental 123(4)
Health Care
Case Law and Private Health Insurance 127(7)
Legal Actions against States 134(2)
Reform Legislation and State Financing of 136(7)
Mental Health Care
Conclusion 143(2)
References 145(4)
Part 3 Mental Health Clients and the Law 149(160)
The Voluntary Delivery of Mental Health 150(28)
Services in the Community
Michael L. Perlin
The Right to Services in the Community 152(5)
The Supreme Court Speaks 157(2)
Homelessness and Deinstitutionalization 159(2)
A Different Vision? 161(2)
The Impact of Therapeutic Jurisprudence 163(3)
New Developments 166(4)
On ``Sanism'' 170(1)
Conclusion 170(1)
References 171(7)
Protections for Persons with Mental 178(24)
Disabilities: Americans with Disabilities Act
and Related Federal and State Law
Laura F. Rothstein
Education 179(4)
Higher Education 183(5)
Employment Discrimination 188(8)
Public Accommodations and Public Services 196(1)
Housing 197(1)
Conclusion 198(1)
References 198(4)
Guardianship for Incapacitated Persons 202(17)
Philip B. Tor
Bruce D. Sales
Guardianship Standards 203(2)
Due Process in Guardianship Proceedings 205(6)
Alternatives to Full Guardianship 211(2)
Monitoring and Enforcement of Guardianships 213(2)
Selection of Guardians 215(1)
Conclusion 216(1)
References 217(2)
The Impact of Law on the Delivery of 219(21)
Involuntary Mental Health Services
John Q. La Fond
The Liberal Era 219(1)
Involuntary Civil Commitment Law Reform 220(10)
The Neoconservative Era 230(5)
Conclusion 235(1)
References 235(5)
Issues Relating to Women and Ethnic 240(39)
Minorities in Mental Health Treatment and Law
Susan Stefan
History of the Mental Health Profession's 243(5)
Theory and Practice toward Women and
Minorities
Impact of Mental Health Law on Women and 248(19)
Members of Minority Groups
Key Legal Issues for Women and Minorities 267(3)
in the Mental Health System
Conclusion 270(1)
References 271(8)
Treatment and Refusal Rights in Mental 279(15)
Health: Therapeutic Justice and Clinical
Accommodation
Marshall B. Kapp
Origins of Patients' Rights to Treatment 280(3)
and to Refuse Treatment
Objections and Fears 283(2)
Implementing the Law in Practice 285(4)
Conclusion 289(1)
References 290(4)
Compensation for Mental and Emotional Distress 294(15)
Daniel W. Shuman
Cynthia E. Daley
Compensation for Mental and Emotional 294(5)
Distress in Tort Law
Tort Claiming 299(4)
Compensation for Mental and Emotional 303(1)
Distress Outside the Tort System
Conclusion 304(2)
References 306(3)
Part 4 Offenders with Mental Disorders and the 309(130)
Law
Incompletency to Proceed in the Criminal 310(31)
Process: Past, Present, and Future
Bruce J. Winick
Incompetency in the Criminal Process: Past 311(4)
and Present
Restructuring the Incompetency Process 315(19)
Conclusion 334(1)
References 335(6)
The Insanity Defense: Deconstructing the 341(19)
Myths and Reconstructing the Jurisprudence
Michael L. Perlin
The Development of Insanity Defense Doctrine 343(4)
Hinckley and Its Aftermath 347(1)
The Role of Punishment 348(1)
The Role of Externalities 349(4)
Conclusion 353(1)
References 354(6)
Dangerousness as a Criterion in the Criminal 360(24)
Process
Christopher Slobogin
When Dangerousness Could Be Relevant 360(3)
When Dangerousness Should Be Relevant 363(9)
What Is Dangerousness? 372(7)
Conclusion 379(1)
References 379(5)
The Incapacitation by Civil Commitment of 384(13)
Pathologically Violent Sex Offenders
Alexander D. Brooks
Challenges to the SVP Legislation 388(1)
The Washington Supreme Court Decides 388(6)
Conclusion 394(1)
References 395(2)
Offenders with Mental Disorders in the 397(17)
Criminal Justice--Correctional Process
Fred Cohen
Entry into the System 398(1)
Legal Filters for Offenders with Mental 399(2)
Disorders
Persons with Mental Disorders in Prison 401(1)
Legal Mandates for Treatment 402(6)
Resistance to Treatment 408(2)
Conclusion 410(1)
References 411(3)
The Mental Health Implications of Crime 414(25)
Victims' Rights
Richard P. Wiebe
The Scope and Purposes of Victims' Rights 416(6)
The Mental Health Consequences of Victims' 422(9)
Rights
The Future of Victims' Rights 431(2)
Conclusion 433(1)
References 433(6)
Part 5 Impact of the Law on the Mental Health 439(100)
of Children and Families
The Legal Processing of Domestic Violence 440(24)
Cases
Leonore M. J. Simon
Psychology of Domestic Violence Offenders 442(2)
Psychology of Domestic Violence Victims 444(2)
Arrest and Prosecution of Offenders 446(4)
Trials, Plea Bargains, and Sentencing Issues 450(3)
Restraining Orders 453(1)
Conclusion 454(1)
References 455(9)
The Law's Response to Child Abuse and Neglect 464(23)
Catherine M. Brooks
Child Abuse and Neglect Cases in Criminal 464(6)
Court
Child Abuse and Neglect Cases in Civil Court 470(3)
Child Abuse and Neglect Cases in Family 473(6)
Court
Expert Witness Testimony 479(3)
Court Actions to Terminate Parental Rights 482(2)
Conclusion 484(1)
References 484(3)
Voluntary Admission and Involuntary 487(16)
Hospitalization of Minors
James W. Ellis
Treatment of Children and Adolescents with 487(1)
Mental Illness
Habilitation of Children and Adolescents 488(2)
with Mental Retardation
Effects of Institutionalization on Children 490(1)
History of Laws Regarding 491(1)
Institutionalization of Minors
The Parham Decision 491(5)
Should Legislatures Go beyond Parham? 496(3)
Conclusion 499(1)
References 499(4)
Mental Health Issues in Juvenile Justice 503(19)
Loren Warboys
Shannan Wilber
The Historical Development of the U.S. 503(3)
Juvenile Justice System
Interaction of the Juvenile Justice System 506(1)
and Mental Health Professionals
Capacity, Competency, and Culpability 507(8)
Disposition and the Decision Regarding 515(3)
Placement and Services
Conclusion 518(1)
References 518(4)
Child Custody Decision Making and the 522(17)
Politics of Child Advocacy
Martha Albertson Fineman
The Rhetorical Context 523(5)
The Special Dilemma of Legal Advocacy 528(3)
The Failures of Legal Institutions 531(1)
Political and Policy Implications of Child 531(4)
Advocacy
The Ideal Child Advocate 535(1)
Conclusion 535(1)
References 536(3)
Name Index 539(10)
Subject Index 549