3 edition of Law in a therapeutic key found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 997-1004) and index.
|Statement||[editors] David B. Wexler, Bruce J. Winick.|
|Series||Carolina Academic Press studies in law and psychology|
|Contributions||Wexler, David B., Winick, Bruce J.|
|LC Classifications||K487.P75 L385 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 1012 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||1012|
|LC Control Number||96085934|
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Law in a Therapeutic Key is an anthology of works written by authors from a variety of backgrounds. This book illustrates some of the best and most provocative new therapeutic jurisprudence work in fields ranging from mental health law to correctional law, criminal law, family and juvenile law, evidence law, labor arbitration law, and many more.
LAW IN A THERAPEUTIC KEY: DEVELOPMENTS INTHERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE, David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick, editors. Carolina Academic Press, pp.
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This book is a collection of thought-provoking essays that illustrates this shift, often through the various authors' descriptions of the roles of Author: Charity Scott. Judging in a Therapeutic Key: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts ().
Authors: Bruce J. Winick, David B. Wexler. Carolina Academic PressPages: Bruce J. Winick was a Professor of Law and Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Miami Miller School of Law in a therapeutic key book. He died Aug. 26, The co-founder of the school of social enquiry known as therapeutic jurisprudence, Winick was Director of the University of Miami School of Law Therapeutic Jurisprudence Center.
about the jurisprudence of therapeutic jurisprudence. Let us begin with a brief definition of therapeutic jurisprudence. Therapeutic jurisprudence is the study of the role of the law as a therapeutic agent. It is an interdisciplinary enterprise designed to produce scholarship that is particularly useful for law by: judging in a therapeutic key: therapeutic jurisprudence and the courts Article in Journal of Legal Medicine September (3) August with 56 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Charity Scott.
Therapeutic Jurisprudence: An Overview THE FOLLOWING IS SLIGHTLY REVISED VERSION OF A PUBLIC LECTURE GIVEN ON OCTO AT THE THOMAS COOLEY LAW REVIEW DISABILITIES LAW SYMPOSIUM. David B. Wexler  Therapeutic jurisprudence is the "study of the role of the law as a therapeutic agent.". Law in a Therapeutic Key is an anthology of works written by authors from a variety of backgrounds.
This book illustrates some of the best and most provocative new therapeutic jurisprudence work in fields ranging from mental health law to correctional law, criminal law, family and juvenile law, evidence law, labor arbitration law, and many : Paper. David Wexler, Bruce Winick (eds), Law in a Therapeutic Key: Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence Carolina Academic Press, Durham, North Carolina () ISBNLCCN ( pp) This is the second of two major collections of essays in therapeutic jurisprudence that have been Size: KB.
Law in a therapeutic key: developments in therapeutic jurisprudence. Edited by David B. Wexler and Bruce J. Winick. Carolina Academic Press, Kent Street, Durham, NCUSA,pp. ISBN 0‐‐‐6Cited by: 1. Therapeutic jurisprudence ("TJ") studies law as a social force (or agent) which inevitably gives rise to unintended consequences, which may be either beneficial (therapeutic) or harmful (anti-therapeutic).These consequences flow from the operation of legal rules or legal procedures—or from the behavior of legal actors (such as lawyers and judges).
The community of therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ) scholars and practitioners has grown in size and influence, both nationally and internationally, to the point where it has become a key driver of.
English, Book edition: Law in a therapeutic key: developments in therapeutic jurisprudence / [editors] David B. Wexler, Bruce J. Winick. Get this edition User activity. Law in a Therapeutic Key by David B Wexler,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).
Winick eds., ) [hereinafter LAW IN A THERAPEUTIC KEY]. 8 See David B. Wexler & Bruce J. Winick, Therapeutic Jurisprudence as a New Ap- proach to Mental Health Law Policy Analysis and Research, 45 U.
MIAMI L. REv. ().Cited by: volumes on Therapeutic Jurisprudence, the most comprehensive being Law in a Therapeutic Key: Developments in Therapeutic Jurisprudence. See supra note 7. 9 See Wexler & Winick, supra note 8, at 10 Christopher Slobogin, Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Five Dilemmas to Ponder, 1 PSYCHOL., PUB.
"Therapeutic jurisprudence” (TJ) represents a shift in perspective on the role of law and courts in our society. This book is a collection of thought-provoking essays that illustrates this shift, often through the various authors' descriptions of the roles of judges and litigants in our legal system.
These authors -- many of whom are judges -- do not promote the traditional view of the judge Cited by: 1. book, Judging in a Therapeutic Key: Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Courts, which will be published by Carolina Academic Press in 2 Professor of Law, University of Miami School of Law. J.D.
New York University School of Law, ; A.B., Brooklyn College, 3 Lyons Professor of Law and Professor of Psychology, University of Arizona. Routledge Press has just published a crucially important book that should be of real and immediate interest to the Therapeutic Jurisprudence community.
Posted in books about TJ, child protection, domestic/family violence, family law, youth/juvenile justice | Tagged child neglect, child protection, courts, family law, judges, Law. Bruce J. Winick was the Silvers-Rubenstein Distinguished Professor of Law and Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, where he had taught since He was an internationally known scholar and lecturer in mental health law and in law and co-founder of the school of social enquiry known as therapeutic jurisprudence.
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This edited book describes the emerging trend in problem-solving courts, including drug treatment court, and offers principles. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Out of jail, into temptation: a day in a life / by Alan Feuer --Breaking the cycle of addiction: officials seek to spread the word on drug treatment courts / by Gloria Hayes --Terry emphasizes counseling in San Jose / by Shannon Lafferty --Research on drug courts: a critical review, Therapeutic jurisprudence, developed in the late s, is a field of inquiry.
It is a lens through which to examine the effects of substantive laws, legal rules, legal procedures, and the behavior of legal actors, including judges, lawyers, court personnel, and service providers, on the psychological and emotional well-being of justice system participants, including the legal actors themselves.
Defining key terms There are many technical terms used in the law concerning professional confi-dentiality and record keeping.
We have provided explanations of these terms in the Glossary at the end of the book, but three terms are so fundamental to understanding this topic that they merit consideration here.
These key terms are. p Hartley Petrucci book 12/15/ ] Culturally Competent Therapeutic Jurisprudence dissatisfaction has contributed to a “new era in the legal profession” that may result in a more humane and therapeutic practice of law under Cited by: 6.
The use of electronic media and information technologies in behavioral health treatment, recovery support, and prevention programs is rapidly gaining acceptance. Technology- based assessments and interventions are important therapeutic tools that clinicians can integrate into their work with clients/5.
the ironic critique that law's therapeutic consequences ought not be consid-ered, or that they are too difficult to ascertain, but also that they are already taken into account. Integrating Preventive Law and Therapeutic Jurisprudence One of us (Stolle) has recently attempted a synthesis of preventive law.
Cited by: The Appeal of Therapeutic Jurisprudence Shirley S. Abrahamson* Therapeutic jurisprudence, a broad and potentially all-encom-passing concept, first appeared in mental health law and scholarly literature and has been evolving and growing ever since.
According to Professor David Wexler, a leader of the therapeutic jurisprudenceCited by: 5. The Second Edition of Herschel Knapp’s Therapeutic Communication: Developing Professional Skills provides beginners and seasoned professionals with the skills to navigate the facts and feelings endemic to professional therapeutic a comprehensive perspective, Dr.
Knapp clearly and effectively explains differences between casual and therapeutic relationships, focusing on key. Simply put, the Law of Attraction is the ability to attract into our lives whatever we are focusing on.
It is believed that regardless of age, nationality or religious belief, we are all susceptible to the laws which govern the Universe, including the Law of Attraction.
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Jurisprudence or legal theory is the theoretical study of rs of jurisprudence seek to explain the nature of law in its most general form and provide a deeper understanding of legal reasoning, legal systems, legal institutions, and the role of law in society.
Modern jurisprudence began in the 18th century and was focused on the first principles of natural law, civil law, and the law. Through an understanding of the civil commitment of people with mental illness, this book offers a new model of commitment which strikes an appropriate balance between the protection of legal rights and the achievement of clinical needs.
The model uses therapeutic jurisprudence to examine a variety of issues relating to civil commitment and proposes how legal practices may be restructured to. Therapeutic jurisprudence is a term coined by David Wexler and Bruce Winick that describes the problem-solving process between two systems—a study of the impact of the system of law on mental health, as well as the impact of the social sciences on the law (Wexler, ; Wexler & Winick,; Winick, ).
Therapeutic jurisprudence ("TJ") is the study of how legal systems affect the emotions, behaviors and mental health of people. It is a relatively new multidisciplinary field taking its name from jurisprudence, the study of the law, and therapeutic, the power to cure or examines how the law and those who enact it may be helpful or harmful to people's wellbeing and mental health, and.
Nabeela Siddiqui reviews an excellent new TJ resource Therapeutic jurisprudence focuses on the impression that law makes on the psychological and social wellbeing of a person. Society is indeed the laboratory to test the veracity of the laws passed, policies framed and procedures established. Drawing on the similar lines Debarati Halder and K.
Jaishankar have.This book is divided into two parts, each representing a key area of research and practice: theoretical and conceptual frameworks, and justice and therapeutic perspectives. This international collection brings together leading expert scholars and practitioners to offer both theoretical and practical perspectives on restorative justice and.