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Ethics and law in mental health administration

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Published by International Universities Press] in [New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Mental health laws -- United States.,
    • Psychiatric ethics.,
    • Mental Health Services -- United States -- Legislation.,
    • Mental Health Services -- Organization & Administration.,
    • Forensic Psychiatry.,
    • Ethics, Professional.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and indexes.

      StatementWalter E. Barton and Gail M. Barton.
      ContributionsBarton, Gail M.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF3828 .B37 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxi, 378 p. :
      Number of Pages378
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2842674M
      ISBN 100823617653
      LC Control Number84004610

      The chapter goes onto to describe how the military justice system works with command discretion, investigations, mental health evaluation, courts-martial, disciplinary rules unique to public health service officers, and more. In accordance with section 2 a of the Education Law, an applicant who does not meet the requirements for licensure as a mental health counselor as prescribed in section 3 of the Education Law, may qualify for a license as a mental health counselor through meeting the alternative requirements prescribed in either paragraph 12 or 3 of this subdivision, provided that the applicant files the licensure application with the department and pays the required fees by January 1, and meets all of the other requirements on or before December 31, Lots here to get you thinking and striving. Such problems distress a major proportion of the general population at some point in the course of their lives.

      Other educational activities. The department may, in its discretion and as needed to contribute to the health and welfare of the public, require the completion of continuing education courses in specific subjects to fulfill this mandatory continuing education requirement. Each candidate for licensure as a mental health counselor shall pass an examination: that is offered by an organization determined by the department to have satisfactory administrative and psychometric procedures in place to offer the licensing examination; and that the department determines adequately tests mental health counseling proficiency at the master's degree level and adequately measures the candidate's knowledge concerning practice as a mental health counselor as defined in subdivision 1 of section of the Education Law. The setting shall not be a private practice owned or operated by the applicant. In accordance with section 2 b of the Education Law, an applicant who meets all requirements for licensure as a mental health counselor, as prescribed in section 3 of the Education Law, except for the examination requirement, may qualify for a license as a mental health counselor through meeting the requirements of this subdivision, provided that the applicant files the licensure application with the department and pays the required fees by January 1, and meets all of the other requirements on or before December 31, Public health law experts are playing a vital role in addressing the leading public health challenges of the twenty-first century.

      While health hazards threaten the entire population, the poor and disabled are at heightened risk. And advertising can persuade consumers to make unhealthy decisions about tobacco, alcoholic beverages, sugary drinks, or high-calorie food. It analyzes the highly publicized news story where parents allegedly paid a lot of money to get their children admitted to colleges, including engaging the services of psychologists who created fake diagnoses of learning disabilities. The passing score for the examination for licensure as a mental health counselor shall be determined by the State Board for Mental Health Practitioners. Overweight children are likely to be obese as an adult and consequently be at risk for various chronic illnesses.


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Ethics and law in mental health administration book

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