The Right to Effective Treatment

Gail Hornstein, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Mt. Holyoke College
Joanne Greenberg, author

In the heat of the debate over a patient's right to refuse forced treatment, an equally important issue is often lost sight of — the right to effective treatment. People who are suffering need help, and they need safe environments that can guide and support them as they struggle to live more satisfying lives. What are viable alternatives to incarceration or drugs? Do collaborative structures like the Arbours Association in London offer useful models for a more humane treatment approach?

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