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Staff Assignment & Coverage | Connecticut (CT) Legal Rights Project
www.clrp.org, 22 Nov 2013 [cached]
Susan Aranoff Attorney
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Susan Aranoff, Esq.
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Susan Aranoff, Esq.
Despite the efforts made toward resolving ...
www.masspsychologist.com, 11 Dec 2007 [cached]
Despite the efforts made toward resolving the problems, some might be more pervasive than the new administration first realized, says Susan Aranoff, J.D., a staff attorney with the Connecticut Legal Rights Project, an independent advocacy agency housed on the Connecticut Valley campus.
Aranoff describes some longtime staff members' behavior as "shockingly recalcitrant," and says the new administration has experienced "significant push-back" in trying to implement some of the changes.
Still, she says, "I have no doubt that there's a commitment to change.
Despite the efforts made toward resolving ...
www.newenglandpsychologist.com, 1 Dec 2007 [cached]
Despite the efforts made toward resolving the problems, some might be more pervasive than the new administration first realized, says Susan Aranoff, J.D., a staff attorney with the Connecticut Legal Rights Project, an independent advocacy agency housed on the Connecticut Valley campus.
Aranoff describes some longtime staff members' behavior as "shockingly recalcitrant," and says the new administration has experienced "significant push-back" in trying to implement some of the changes.
Still, she says, "I have no doubt that there's a commitment to change.
"I don't believe that as a ...
www.fairfieldweekly.com [cached]
"I don't believe that as a matter of common sense or a matter of law that Kelly should have ever been in maximum security," said Connecticut Legal Rights Project Staff Attorney Susan Aranoff.
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"You're sharing space with people who are floridly psychotic, people who have been found not guilty for reason of insanity for charges including murder," said Aranoff.
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"People under the PSRB system are under tremendous pressure to follow all treatment recommendations," Aranoff said."If they don't follow their treatment recommendations, it basically gets looked at as if they are treatment resistant or they don't have insight into their illness.That gives the treater so much power.You or I can say no to medical treatment or drugs.But once you're under the board it's like any opposition is suspect."The system, Aranoff said, makes patients vulnerable to coercion and prolonged misdiagnosis.
DBSA Greater Hartford Weekly Meeting Schedule
www.mindlink.org, 12 April 2005 [cached]
Susan Aranoff, Staff AttorneyConnecticut Legal Rights Project
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