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Tarasoff v Regents of Univ. of Ca.
Therapist must take "resonable care to protect a client's intended victin from danger."
Bellah v. Greenson
Tarrasoff does not apply to self and property. Therapist must take "reasonable steps to ensure a patient's safety" of a suicidal client.
Thompson v. County of Alameda
2 conditions under which Tarasoff applys:
1. The intended victim must be reasonably identifiable.
2. The peril must be foreseeable.
Mavroudis v. Superior Court of San Mateo
Imminence is necessary for Tarasoff duty to exist
Hedlund v. Superior Court of Orange County
Therapist has liability to foreseeable bystanders if s/he does not fullfill Tarasoff responsibility.
Menendez v. Superior Court
When a therapist is making a warning the warning may include statements made by the patient which the therapist believes are necessary to convey the seriousness intent of threat to the victim.
People v. Wharton
Contents of Tarasoff warnings and client/therapist communications that led the therapist to determine the client was dangerous are admissible in court.
Ewing v. Goldstein
If a therapist believes a client is dangerous to another, regardless of how the therapist derived the information and even if the client has expressed no intent to harm the other person, the therapist must take reasonable steps to protect the safety of that person.
Jablonski v. US
Therapist has a responsibility to transmit information about the client's dangerousness to other involved healthcare professionals.
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