Law & Mental Health Professionals®: Wisconsin provides a thorough review of the laws in the state of Wisconsin as they relate to the mental health profession. Identifying legal topics affecting mental health practices, this resource addresses rulings about licensing; forms of business practice; insurance reimbursements and deductions for services; privacy of professional information; practice laws related to families, juveniles, civil matters, and criminal matters; and limitations on and liability for practice.
The authors present and integrate information from the Wisconsin Constitution, state statutes, regulations of administrative agencies, appellate court decisions, and the Wisconsin Supreme Court to complete this volume. The laws taken from these sources are expressed with minimal legal jargon, making this reference maximally accessible to those outside of the legal profession.
- Legal Credentialing
- Business Matters
- Privacy of Professional Information
- Adults, Minors, and Families
- Other Civil Matters
- Civil and Criminal Trial Matters
- Criminal Matters
- Voluntary or Involuntary Receipt of State Services
- Table of Cases
- Table of Statutes
- Table of Rules of Court
- Table of Administrative Rules and Regulations
About the Authors