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International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience
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Mark Newmeyer


Tarasoff vs Threat: Considerations for Mental Health Providers Navigating Legal, Ethical and Practical Variables Associated with Preventing Mass Acts of Violence

Protecting patients and communities is a serious concern for counselors and the rest of the mental health community. The process of violence must be interrupted before events occur. Every day, mental health workers must navigate complex ethical territory regarding confidentiality and their Duty to protect potential victims from targeted violent act... Read More»

Daniel C. Holland, Mark Newmeyer, Jamie A. Holland and Amber Quaranta-Leech

: Int J Emerg Ment Health, 2021:477


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