Tag Archives: Mental Health Law

Three Kinds of Therapeutic Jurisprudence (and One Kind of Not-TJ)

Guest blogger Professor Emeritus of Law Michael Perlin writes… I am now home from a magical time in Prague (what a city!), having attended the biennial International Academy of Law and Mental Health Congress. I have missed only once since … Continue reading

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Therapy and Justice Belong Together

Guest bloggers Arie Freiberg, Emeritus Professor of Law, Monash University and Dr Becky Batagol, Senior Lecturer in Law, Monash University, Co-Authors of Non-Adversarial Justice, explore the role of therapeutic jurisprudence in the justice system…

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Enhancing Judicial Communication (TJ Court Craft Series #1)

The TJ Court Craft Series provides practical insights and tools for judges interested in therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ), problem solving or solution-focused approaches. “By engaging in dialogue with participants, judicial officers can assist participants to acquire a clearer understanding of their … Continue reading

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Come to the IALMH Therapeutic Jurisprudence Congress – Prague 2017

 Come to present or just listen at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) Congress in Prague 9-14th of July, 2017 special track for therapeutic jurisprudence (TJ) at the Congress. From past years we know that the TJ tracks and the other … Continue reading

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