Rights Under Involuntary Commitment: Correcting Misperceptions

Inaccurate beliefs that commitment equals imprisonment and the inability to refuse treatment are addressed and valid sources cited replacing biased opinions.

Many individuals in this country still view involuntary commitment in ways that parallel “One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest.” While historically, inpatient commitment meant being placed in a facility…

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Natalie Frank, Ph.D.

Natalie Frank, Ph.D.

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I write about behavioral health & other topics. I’m Managing Editor (Serials, Novellas) for LVP Press. See my other articles: https://hubpages.com/@nataliefrank