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A New Era for Mental Health Law and Policy : Supported Decision-Making and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

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A New Era for Mental Health Law and Policy : Supported Decision-Making and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Title
A New Era for Mental Health Law and Policy
Title remainder
Supported Decision-Making and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
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eng
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Gooding, Piers
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346.01299999999998
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K640.A42007.G663 2017
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non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Cambridge Disability Law and Policy Series
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Mental health laws
Label
A New Era for Mental Health Law and Policy : Supported Decision-Making and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
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Contents
  • "Cover" -- "Half-title" -- "Series information" -- "Title page" -- "Copyright information" -- "Table of contents" -- "Acknowledgments" -- "Related Publications" -- "List of abbreviations" -- "Foreword" -- "Introduction" -- "A The CRPD and Mental Health" -- "B Research Scope and Aims" -- "C Audience" -- "D Conclusion" -- "Part I what do human rights mean for mental health law?" -- "1 Mental Health Law: Purpose and Procedures" -- "A Introduction" -- "B The Origins of Mental Health Legislation in Common Law" -- "C Deinstitutionalisation and â{u0080}{u0098}Rights-Basedâ{u0080}{u0099} Legalism" -- "1 Involuntary Interventions Outside Hospital: The Rise of Compulsory Psychiatric Interventions in the â{u0080}{u0098}Communityâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "2 Separating Mental Health and Capacity/Guardianship Laws" -- "D Discussion: Change and Continuity in Mental Health Law" -- "E Conclusion" -- "2 Mental Health, Law and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities ..." -- "A Introduction" -- "B The Long Road to Inclusion of Disability and Mental Health in Human Rights Law" -- "1 The CRPD and Mental Health Law" -- "C The Scope of Protected Rights" -- "1 Framing Rights" -- "2 Operative Rights" -- "3 Implementation, Monitoring and the Optional Protocol" -- "D New Tools or New Paradigm?" -- "E Conclusion" -- "3 Major Criticisms of Mental Health Law" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Rights-Based Arguments" -- "1 Mental Health Law Is Discriminatory" -- "2 Mental Health Law Violates International Human Rights Law" -- "3 Mental Health Law May Lead to Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment" -- "4 â{u0080}{u0098}Special Measuresâ{u0080}{u0099}: Can Lawmakers Justify Differential Treatment?" -- "a The Incompetence Claim" -- "b The Public Risk Claim" -- "c Regulating Treatment and Emergency Powers" -- "C Efficacy Arguments: That Mental Health Law Is Ineffective on Its Own Terms"
  • "1 Lawmakers Cannot Show Mental Health Law Reduces the Risk of Self-Harm" -- "2 Mental Health Law Fails to Facilitate Access to Treatment" -- "3 â{u0080}{u0098}Involuntary Outpatient Treatmentâ{u0080}{u0099} Is Ineffective" -- "4 Mental Health Law Codifies Medical Discretion, Control and Regulation" -- "D Pragmatic Concerns" -- "1 Mental Health Law Fails to Protect against the â{u0080}{u0098}Tyranny of the Majorityâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "2 â{u0080}{u0098}Voluntarismâ{u0080}{u0099} in the Shadow of Compulsion" -- "3 Coercion Interrupts the Development of Decision-Making Skills" -- "4 The Competing Aims of Mental Health Law Blurs Decision-Making Processes" -- "5 The Medical Model Dominates in Mental Health Law" -- "6 Family, Friends, Partners and Other Informal Supporters Are Sidelined" -- "7 Perverse Incentives to Use Coercive Mechanisms" -- "E Conclusion" -- "Part II The CRPD Support Framework and Mental Health: New Tools or New Paradigm?" -- "4 The CRPD Support Framework" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Article 12: Equal Recognition before the Law" -- "C The CRPD Support Framework: Key Concepts" -- "1 Support to Exercise Legal Capacity" -- "2 Substituted Decision- Making" -- "3 Replacing â{u0080}{u0098}Best Interestsâ{u0080}{u0099} with â{u0080}{u0098}Will, Preference and Rightsâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "4 Supported Decision- Making" -- "5 Supported Decision- Making Regime" -- "6 Interdependence and Relational Autonomy" -- "7 â{u0080}{u0098}Disability- Neutralâ{u0080}{u0099} Criteria for Intervention" -- "8 Safeguarding" -- "9 Risk" -- "a Addressing Risk to Self" -- "b Addressing Risk to Others" -- "D Conclusion" -- "5 Applying the CRPD Support Framework in Law" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Untangling â{u0080}{u0098}Legal Capacityâ{u0080}{u0099} and â{u0080}{u0098}Mental Capacityâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "1 Decision- Making Ability Assessments in Mental Health Law" -- "2 Criticisms of Decision- Making Ability Tests" -- "a Criticisms of Decision- Making Ability Tests in Mental Health Law" -- "3 CRPD- Based Law Reform Directions" -- "a Bach and Kerznerâ{u0080}{u0099}s Model"
  • "b Universal Legal Capacity: The CRPD Challenge" -- "c Repealing Substituted Decision- Making under Mental Health Law" -- "C Conclusion" -- "6 Practical Examples of the CRPD Support Framework in the Mental Health Context" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Legislation" -- "1 Advance Planning and Representative Support" -- "2 Assessing Support (Not Individual Deficits) and Mandating Services: Argentinaâ{u0080}{u0099}s National Mental ..." -- "3 Independent Advocacy: Swedenâ{u0080}{u0099}s â{u0080}{u0098}PO SkÃ{u00A5}ne" -- "C Policy and Programming" -- "1 The South Australian Supported Decision-Making Model" -- "2 Family-Based and Collaborative Practices" -- "3 Advance Planning" -- "4 Reducing and Eliminating Seclusion and Restraint in Mental Health Settings" -- "D The Human Rights Model of Disability in Mental Health" -- "1 Recovery-Oriented Practice" -- "2 Trauma-Informed Approaches" -- "3 Informal Safeguards, Community Development and Social Inclusion" -- "4 Repealing Discriminatory Law" -- "E Conclusion" -- "7 Navigating the â{u0080}{u0098}Flashing Amber Lightsâ{u0080}{u0099} of the CRPD Support Framework: Addressing Major Concerns" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Major Issues with â{u0080}{u0098}Universal Supportâ{u0080}{u0099} and the Prohibition of Coercion under the CRPD" -- "1 What about Someone in a Profound Psychosis or Someone in a Coma? Surely There Are Limits ..." -- "2 Manipulation and Undue Influence by Supporters" -- "3 A Widening Gulf between Mental Health Practitioners and the CRPD Committee" -- "4 The Need for Boundaries between Different Support Arrangements" -- "5 Risk Where the Person Is Unaware of Harm Caused" -- "6 Fetishising â{u0080}{u0098}Choiceâ{u0080}{u0099}: When Expressed Wishes Wonâ{u0080}{u0099}t Do" -- "7 The Limits of Legislative Mechanisms in Garnering Resources" -- "8 â{u0080}{u0098}Responsibilisationâ{u0080}{u0099} â{u0080}{u0093} Governments Placing Risks on Citizens" -- "9 â{u0080}{u0098}Net Wideningâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "10 Gaps in Evidence on the â{u0080}{u0098}Successâ{u0080}{u0099} of Support to Exercise Legal Capacity"
  • "C Conclusion" -- "Conclusion" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Recommendations" -- "1 Adopt CRPD National Implementation and Monitoring Strategies" -- "2 â{u0080}{u0098}Co-Productionâ{u0080}{u0099} and Leadership by Disabled Peopleâ{u0080}{u0099}s Organisations" -- "3 Integrate a Human Rights Perspective into the Mental Health Context" -- "4 Additional Statutory and Non-Statutory Support to Exercise Legal Capacity" -- "5 â{u0080}{u0098}Take Steps to Immediately Repeal Substituted Decision- Makingâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "6 â{u0080}{u0098}Support Reinvestmentâ{u0080}{u0099}: Shifting Resources from Coercion to Support" -- "7 Develop Research to Strengthen Support and Self- Determination for Persons with Psychosocial Disability" -- "C Conclusion"
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1 online resource (298 pages)
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9781108518390
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UMKC Law: DDA record.
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  • (OCoLC)1007050861
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A New Era for Mental Health Law and Policy : Supported Decision-Making and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • "Cover" -- "Half-title" -- "Series information" -- "Title page" -- "Copyright information" -- "Table of contents" -- "Acknowledgments" -- "Related Publications" -- "List of abbreviations" -- "Foreword" -- "Introduction" -- "A The CRPD and Mental Health" -- "B Research Scope and Aims" -- "C Audience" -- "D Conclusion" -- "Part I what do human rights mean for mental health law?" -- "1 Mental Health Law: Purpose and Procedures" -- "A Introduction" -- "B The Origins of Mental Health Legislation in Common Law" -- "C Deinstitutionalisation and â{u0080}{u0098}Rights-Basedâ{u0080}{u0099} Legalism" -- "1 Involuntary Interventions Outside Hospital: The Rise of Compulsory Psychiatric Interventions in the â{u0080}{u0098}Communityâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "2 Separating Mental Health and Capacity/Guardianship Laws" -- "D Discussion: Change and Continuity in Mental Health Law" -- "E Conclusion" -- "2 Mental Health, Law and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities ..." -- "A Introduction" -- "B The Long Road to Inclusion of Disability and Mental Health in Human Rights Law" -- "1 The CRPD and Mental Health Law" -- "C The Scope of Protected Rights" -- "1 Framing Rights" -- "2 Operative Rights" -- "3 Implementation, Monitoring and the Optional Protocol" -- "D New Tools or New Paradigm?" -- "E Conclusion" -- "3 Major Criticisms of Mental Health Law" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Rights-Based Arguments" -- "1 Mental Health Law Is Discriminatory" -- "2 Mental Health Law Violates International Human Rights Law" -- "3 Mental Health Law May Lead to Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment" -- "4 â{u0080}{u0098}Special Measuresâ{u0080}{u0099}: Can Lawmakers Justify Differential Treatment?" -- "a The Incompetence Claim" -- "b The Public Risk Claim" -- "c Regulating Treatment and Emergency Powers" -- "C Efficacy Arguments: That Mental Health Law Is Ineffective on Its Own Terms"
  • "1 Lawmakers Cannot Show Mental Health Law Reduces the Risk of Self-Harm" -- "2 Mental Health Law Fails to Facilitate Access to Treatment" -- "3 â{u0080}{u0098}Involuntary Outpatient Treatmentâ{u0080}{u0099} Is Ineffective" -- "4 Mental Health Law Codifies Medical Discretion, Control and Regulation" -- "D Pragmatic Concerns" -- "1 Mental Health Law Fails to Protect against the â{u0080}{u0098}Tyranny of the Majorityâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "2 â{u0080}{u0098}Voluntarismâ{u0080}{u0099} in the Shadow of Compulsion" -- "3 Coercion Interrupts the Development of Decision-Making Skills" -- "4 The Competing Aims of Mental Health Law Blurs Decision-Making Processes" -- "5 The Medical Model Dominates in Mental Health Law" -- "6 Family, Friends, Partners and Other Informal Supporters Are Sidelined" -- "7 Perverse Incentives to Use Coercive Mechanisms" -- "E Conclusion" -- "Part II The CRPD Support Framework and Mental Health: New Tools or New Paradigm?" -- "4 The CRPD Support Framework" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Article 12: Equal Recognition before the Law" -- "C The CRPD Support Framework: Key Concepts" -- "1 Support to Exercise Legal Capacity" -- "2 Substituted Decision- Making" -- "3 Replacing â{u0080}{u0098}Best Interestsâ{u0080}{u0099} with â{u0080}{u0098}Will, Preference and Rightsâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "4 Supported Decision- Making" -- "5 Supported Decision- Making Regime" -- "6 Interdependence and Relational Autonomy" -- "7 â{u0080}{u0098}Disability- Neutralâ{u0080}{u0099} Criteria for Intervention" -- "8 Safeguarding" -- "9 Risk" -- "a Addressing Risk to Self" -- "b Addressing Risk to Others" -- "D Conclusion" -- "5 Applying the CRPD Support Framework in Law" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Untangling â{u0080}{u0098}Legal Capacityâ{u0080}{u0099} and â{u0080}{u0098}Mental Capacityâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "1 Decision- Making Ability Assessments in Mental Health Law" -- "2 Criticisms of Decision- Making Ability Tests" -- "a Criticisms of Decision- Making Ability Tests in Mental Health Law" -- "3 CRPD- Based Law Reform Directions" -- "a Bach and Kerznerâ{u0080}{u0099}s Model"
  • "b Universal Legal Capacity: The CRPD Challenge" -- "c Repealing Substituted Decision- Making under Mental Health Law" -- "C Conclusion" -- "6 Practical Examples of the CRPD Support Framework in the Mental Health Context" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Legislation" -- "1 Advance Planning and Representative Support" -- "2 Assessing Support (Not Individual Deficits) and Mandating Services: Argentinaâ{u0080}{u0099}s National Mental ..." -- "3 Independent Advocacy: Swedenâ{u0080}{u0099}s â{u0080}{u0098}PO SkÃ{u00A5}ne" -- "C Policy and Programming" -- "1 The South Australian Supported Decision-Making Model" -- "2 Family-Based and Collaborative Practices" -- "3 Advance Planning" -- "4 Reducing and Eliminating Seclusion and Restraint in Mental Health Settings" -- "D The Human Rights Model of Disability in Mental Health" -- "1 Recovery-Oriented Practice" -- "2 Trauma-Informed Approaches" -- "3 Informal Safeguards, Community Development and Social Inclusion" -- "4 Repealing Discriminatory Law" -- "E Conclusion" -- "7 Navigating the â{u0080}{u0098}Flashing Amber Lightsâ{u0080}{u0099} of the CRPD Support Framework: Addressing Major Concerns" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Major Issues with â{u0080}{u0098}Universal Supportâ{u0080}{u0099} and the Prohibition of Coercion under the CRPD" -- "1 What about Someone in a Profound Psychosis or Someone in a Coma? Surely There Are Limits ..." -- "2 Manipulation and Undue Influence by Supporters" -- "3 A Widening Gulf between Mental Health Practitioners and the CRPD Committee" -- "4 The Need for Boundaries between Different Support Arrangements" -- "5 Risk Where the Person Is Unaware of Harm Caused" -- "6 Fetishising â{u0080}{u0098}Choiceâ{u0080}{u0099}: When Expressed Wishes Wonâ{u0080}{u0099}t Do" -- "7 The Limits of Legislative Mechanisms in Garnering Resources" -- "8 â{u0080}{u0098}Responsibilisationâ{u0080}{u0099} â{u0080}{u0093} Governments Placing Risks on Citizens" -- "9 â{u0080}{u0098}Net Wideningâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "10 Gaps in Evidence on the â{u0080}{u0098}Successâ{u0080}{u0099} of Support to Exercise Legal Capacity"
  • "C Conclusion" -- "Conclusion" -- "A Introduction" -- "B Recommendations" -- "1 Adopt CRPD National Implementation and Monitoring Strategies" -- "2 â{u0080}{u0098}Co-Productionâ{u0080}{u0099} and Leadership by Disabled Peopleâ{u0080}{u0099}s Organisations" -- "3 Integrate a Human Rights Perspective into the Mental Health Context" -- "4 Additional Statutory and Non-Statutory Support to Exercise Legal Capacity" -- "5 â{u0080}{u0098}Take Steps to Immediately Repeal Substituted Decision- Makingâ{u0080}{u0099}" -- "6 â{u0080}{u0098}Support Reinvestmentâ{u0080}{u0099}: Shifting Resources from Coercion to Support" -- "7 Develop Research to Strengthen Support and Self- Determination for Persons with Psychosocial Disability" -- "C Conclusion"
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UMKCLawddaEBC5101610
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1 online resource (298 pages)
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9781108518390
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UMKC Law: DDA record.
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  • (OCoLC)1007050861

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