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Children's rights and the mental health professions

Author: Gerald P Koocher; Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.
Publisher: New York : Wiley, ©1976.
Series: Wiley series on personality processes.
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Children's rights and the mental health professions.
New York : Wiley, ©1976
(OCoLC)567992456
Online version:
Children's rights and the mental health professions.
New York : Wiley, ©1976
(OCoLC)606135122
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald P Koocher; Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.
ISBN: 0471017361 9780471017363
OCLC Number: 2487910
Notes: "A Wiley-Interscience publication."
"Sponsored by the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues."
Description: xi, 259 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: An introduction: why children's rights? / Gerald P. Koocher --
Child mental health and professional responsibility: a reexamination of roles / Gerald P. Koocher --
I: Professional responsibility in service delivery to children --
The right to know: telling children the results of clinical evaluations / Alice LoCicero --
A bill of rights for children in psychotherapy / Gerald P. Koocher --
Children's rights and family dysfunction: "daddy, why do I have to be the crazy one?" / David W. Simmonds --
Custody battles: mental-health professionals in the courtroom / Marilee V. Fredericks --
Children's rights as participants in research / Patricia Keith-Spiegel --
II: Institutional responsibilities and children's rights --
The facts of life: child advocacy and children's rights in residential treatment / Armin P. Thies --
The rights of children in teaching institutions / Steven J. Apter --
They'll be happier with their own kind / Bruce Cushna --
So you want to see our files on you? / Jonathan Brant, Gail Garinger, and Rene Tankenoff Brant --
III: The question of due process in mental-health services to children and their families --
The reluctant volunteer: a child's right to resist commitment / Henry A. Beyer and John P. Wilson --
Punishment: parent rites versus children's rights / Norma Deitch Feshbach and Seymour Feshbach --
Protecting children and families from abuse / Gail Garinger, Rene Tankenoff Brant, and Jonathan Brant --
The juvenile court: ideology of pathology / Stephen R. Bing and J. Larry Brown --
IV: Professional responsibility in public-policy problem areas / Toward an enlightened consumer: professional accountability in behavioral assessment / Donald P. Bartlett and Stephen E. Schlesinger --
The effects of language on the test performances of black children / Robert L. Williams and L. Wendell Rivers --
Drugging children: child abuse by professionals / J. Larry Brown and Stephen R. Bing --
Treating problem children with drugs: ethical issues / Mark A. Stewart --
Needed: a public policy for psychotropic drug use with children / Rodman McCoy and Gerald P. Koocher --
Epilogue: "But we always do it that way!" / Freda G. Rebelsky.
Series Title: Wiley series on personality processes.
Responsibility: edited by Gerald P. Koocher.

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