A report by the Committee on Psychiatry and Law, of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, first published in 1991. Explains separately the legal relationship between a therapist and client, and giving testimony as an expert witness. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORIf the therapist refuses to furnish a report, the therapist can be subpoenaed and possibly required to testify. Further ... Under these circumstances, it is desirable to consult a colleague experienced in dealing with the conflicting roles of the treating professional in the forensic arena. ... To be competent to execute a will, an individual must know three things: 1) the nature of the document being signed; 2) the limits and extent of what is owned; and 3) the natural objects of his or her bountyanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Mental Health Professional and the Legal System|
|Author||:||Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry|
|Publisher||:||American Psychiatric Pub - 1992|