The Hidden Power of Courts That Heal

Judge Ginger Lerner-Wren blogs about the history and future of therapeutic jurisprudence in the law in the Huffington Post (link here).

Judge Ginger Lerner-Wren is a member of the Advisory Group of the International Therapeutic Jurisprudence in the Mainstream Project.   Judge Lerner-Wren has been a long time advocate of the rights of people living with mental ill health and created the first mental health court.

In this engaging blog post Judge Lerner-Wren explores the beginning of therapeutic jurisprudence and how this legal philosophy has changed the legal landscape for the better through the emergence of problem-solving courts.   She talks about the future of TJ including the new TJ in the mainstream project.

An inspiring read!

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