Confidential Relationships: Psychoanalytic, Ethical, and Legal Contexts
Christine M. Koggel, Allannah Furlong, Charles Levin
Rodopi, 2003 - Law - 263 pages
This book focuses the collective attention of psychotherapists, the legal community, social scientists, and ethicists on the moral, legal, and clinical problems of confidentiality in psychotherapeutic practice. By providing timely and important interdisciplinary contributions, the book opens the way to understanding, if not resolving, the conflicting interests and values at stake in the debate on confidentiality.
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FOUR Public Private
The Malaise of Confidentiality
SIX The Moral Framework of Confidentiality and
ELEVEN Responding to Defense Demands for Clients Records
TWELVE Confidentiality Human Relationships and Law Reform
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