Duty to Warn

Duty to Warn

Update: 2020-06-151
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The medical system prides itself on following the Hippocratic oath – never revealing the secrets of patients. Even in some legal cases, medical records cannot be released without subpoenas or warrants. This has made it possible for psychiatric patients to make threats while in therapy, without worrying their therapist will report the threats to the police or the intended victim. Today, we have three cases where victims and their families questioned whether therapists have a duty to warn.




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Research & Writing: Suzy St. John
Content Editing: Brittney Martinez
Producer: Nico at wetalkofdreams.com


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Duty to Warn

Duty to Warn

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