Disability evaluations are the most common clinical mental health evaluations conducted for nontreatment purposes. They place mental health professionals in the role of communicating information that is typically confidential to administrative and legal systems. Unfortunately, mental health professionals receive little to no training in conducting assessments that focus on disability and disability management, and often do not understand the implications and risks of providing this information, especially without conducting what are often specialized evaluations. Clinical Guide to Mental Health Disability Evaluations is geared for general mental health practitioners, providing them with the basic information needed to competently provide the various types of disability evaluations. It also provides enough information to inform forensic mental health providers in conducting more specialized evaluations.Pittsburgh Law Rev. 69, 609a635 (2008) Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. v. Williams, 534 US. 184 (2002) US. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, US. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. Regulations to implementanbsp;...
|Title||:||Clinical Guide to Mental Disability Evaluations|
|Author||:||Liza Gold, Donna L. Vanderpool|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-01-11|