Law in a Therapeutic Key: Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Ch. 1 The Psychological Consequences of Judicial Procedures: Implications for Civil Commitment Hearings 3
Ch. 2 The Side Effects of Incompetency Labeling and the Implications for Mental Health Law 17
Ch. 3 The Jurisprudence of the Insanity Defense 59
Ch. 4 Incompetency to Proceed in the Criminal Process: Past, Present, and Future 77
Ch. 5 Competence to Stand Trial in Juvenile Court in Massachusetts: Issues of Therapeutic Jurisprudence 113
Ch. 6 Sex Offenders and the Law: New Directions 131
Ch. 7 Some Therapeutic Jurisprudence Implications of the Outpatient Civil Commitment of Pregnant Substance Abusers 145
Ch. 8 Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Corrections: A Glimpse 149
Ch. 9 Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Criminal Courts 157
Ch. 10 Turning Rat and Doing Time for Uncharged, Dismissed, or Acquitted Crimes: Do the Federal Sentencing Guidelines Promote Respect for the Law? 171
Ch. 11 A Sentencing Model for the 21st Century 203
Ch. 12 The Mental Health Implications of Crime Victims' Rights 213
Ch. 13 A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Approach to the Legal Processing of Domestic Violence Cases 243
Ch. 14 Teen Court: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Perspective 287
Ch. 15 The Duty of the State to Rescue the Vulnerable in the United States 299
Ch. 16 A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Analysis of Mandated Reporting of Child Maltreatment by Psychotherapist 323
Ch. 17 Don't Ask, Don't Tell: Deception Required, Disclosure Denied 343
Ch. 18 Designing Reasonable Accommodations through Co-Worker Participation: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Confidentiality Provision of the Americans with Disabilities Act 365
Ch. 19 Rethinking the Health Care Delivery Crisis: The Need for a Therapeutic Jurisprudence 379
Ch. 20 Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Tort Law: A Limited Subjective Standard of Care 385
Ch. 21 Requiring Sound Judgments of Unsound Minds: Tort Liability and the Limits of Therapeutic Jurisprudence 409
Ch. 22 The Psychology of Compensation in Tort Law 433
Ch. 23 Limiting the Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege: The Therapeutic Potential 467
Ch. 24 The Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence View 483
Ch. 25 Arbitral Therapy 499
Ch. 26 Class, Personality, Contract, and Unconscionability 525
Ch. 27 Lawyers in Distress 569
Ch. 28 Therapeutic Jurisprudence: From Idea to Application 587
Ch. 29 Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Changing Conceptions of Legal Scholarship 597
Ch. 30 Legal Psychology and Therapeutic Jurisprudence 611
Ch. 31 New Approaches to Mental Health Law: Will the UK Follow the US Lead, Again? 633
Ch. 32 The Jurisprudence of Therapeutic Jurisprudence 645
Ch. 33 Speaking Truth to Power: Rights, Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Massachusetts Mental Health Law 669
Ch. 34 Paternalism and the Unrealized Promise of Essays in Therapeutic Jurisprudence 685
Ch. 35 Patients, Professionals, and the Path of Therapeutic Jurisprudence: A Response to Petrila 707
Ch. 36 Justice, Mental Health, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence 713
Ch. 37 Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Conflicts among Values in Mental Health Law 723
Ch. 38 Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Mentally Disabled Persons: Hopeless Oxymoron or Path to Redemption? 739
Ch. 39 Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Five Dilemmas to Ponder 763
Ch. 40 The Newly Emerging Mental Health Law 795
Ch. 41 Reflections on the Scope of Therapeutic Jurisprudence 811
Ch. 42 Applying the Law Therapeutically 831
Ch. 43 The Civil Action for Sexual Battery: Therapeutic Jurisprudence? 845
Ch. 44 In the Wake of a Negligent Release Law Suit: An Investigation of Professional Consequences and Institutional Impact on a State Psychiatric Hospital 875
Ch. 45 Coercive Uses of Mandatory Reporting in Therapeutic Relationships 895
Ch. 46 Resolving Hospital Conflicts: A Study on Therapeutic Jurisprudence 907
Ch. 47 Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Patients' Perceptions of Procedural Due Process of Civil Commitment Hearings 923
Ch. 48 Toward a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Analysis of Medication Refusal in the Court Review Model 935
Ch. 49 The Health Effects of Jury Service 949
Ch. 50 Ex Post [actual symbol not reproducible] Ex Ante: Determining Liability in Hindsight 979
About the Editors 995
Bibliography 997
Index 1005
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