Psychiatrists: When Do They Have a ‘Duty to Warn’?

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A conversation with a psychiatrist is traditionally given the same status of “privilege” as a conversation with a lawyer, a physician or a priest--except when there is a specific threat. But should doctors take steps to protect someone that a patient hasn’t overtly threatened . . .

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