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The Resource Confidentiality and its discontents : dilemmas of privacy in psychotherapy, Paul W. Mosher and Jeffrey Berman

Confidentiality and its discontents : dilemmas of privacy in psychotherapy, Paul W. Mosher and Jeffrey Berman

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Confidentiality and its discontents : dilemmas of privacy in psychotherapy
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Confidentiality and its discontents
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dilemmas of privacy in psychotherapy
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Paul W. Mosher and Jeffrey Berman
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eng
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Psychoanalytic interventions
Confidentiality and its discontents : dilemmas of privacy in psychotherapy, Paul W. Mosher and Jeffrey Berman
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Confidentiality and its discontents : dilemmas of privacy in psychotherapy, Paul W. Mosher and Jeffrey Berman
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
We have met the enemy, and he (is) was us -- The buried bodies case: lawyers risk their careers to defend their ethical commitment to client privacy -- The case of Joseph Lifschutz: a psychoanalyst in jail -- "The angry act": the psychoanalyst's breach of confidentiality in Philip Roth's life and art -- Angry acts and counteracts in Philip Roth's life and art -- The case of Jane Doe v. Joan Roe and Peter Poe: the most extensive violation ever of a psychotherapy patient's privacy -- The Anne Sexton controversy: "There is nothing like this in the history of literary biography!" -- The tarasoff case: must the protective privilege end where the public peril begins? -- Jaffee v. Redmond: the supreme court speaks -- The people v. Robert Bierenbaum: "Long-ago warnings cannot justify abrogating the privilege covering still confidential communications" -- United States v. Sol Wachtler: "This chief judge is either crazy or criminal"
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