The Role of the Mental Health Professional in Helping Significant Others of Persons Who Are Assisted in Death
Werth, James L.
Death Studies. 1999 Apr-May; 23(3): 239-255.
Assisted Suicide; Codes of Ethics; Coercion; Confidentiality; Counseling; Death; Disclosure; Education; Ethics; Family Members; Family Relationship; Friends; Health; Health Personnel; Mental Health; Organizational Policies; Organizations; Professional Family Relationship; Professional Role; Psychiatry; Psychology; Social Workers; Suicide; Terminal Care; Terminally Ill;
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The Role of the Mental Health Professional in Helping Significant Others of Persons Who Are Assisted in Death Werth, James L., Jr. (1999-04)
Werth, James L. (1999)As the country continues to debate the legality of aid-in-dying, it appears inevitable that at some point there will be a need for mental health professionals to be involved in assessments of individuals asking for a hastened ...
Werth, James L., Jr. (1999)