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The mental health service consumer's perspective on mandatory treatment

The mental health service consumer's perspective on mandatory treatment

New Directions for Mental Health Services 1997(75): 17-26

The nature of serious mental illness is such that patients are not always willing to accept the treatments providers deem appropriate for them. At times such treatment is mandated against the expressed wishes of the client. This chapter provides an overview of consumer perspectives on this process.

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PMID: 9283190

DOI: 10.1002/yd.2330237504

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