Confronting Mental Health Evidence: A Practical PLAN to Examine Reliability and Experts in Family Law
Confronting Mental Health Evidence―Second Edition describes and applies the four-step PLANModel to help lawyers organize, critique, and use psychological materials and testimony when examining experts and framing legal arguments. This Second Edition refreshes previous topics and adds three substantive new chapters:
- How to identify and challenge judgment biases that underlie expert opinions
- How to adopt a lawyer's approach to DSM-5 based testimony
- How to navigate confidentiality, HIPAA demands, and privilege when obtaining and using mental health records.
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