Articles


Publications

Callahan, Peter M. “Metatag Cybertheft,” Orange County Lawyer July 2001.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Use Written Contract to Help Avoid Litigation,” The Hypnotists Union, Local No. 472 March-May, 1988.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “A Necessary Evil – Contracts,” PFIA Newsletter April/May, 1990.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Administrative Injustice – How Therapists are Denied Due Process Before the Licensing Boards,” AAP Advance Plan, Association for the Advancement of Psychology Summer 1991.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “The Necessity of Note Taking,” Professional Interest, Southwood Hospital & Residential Treatment Center February 1992.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Proper Documentation When the Patient is a Threat to Themselves or Others,” Professional Interest, Southwood Hospital & Residential Treatment Center June 1992.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “What to Include in Your Notes in General and In Specific Situations,” Professional Interest, Southwood Hospital & Residential Treatment Center June 1992.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Dual Relationships: Clarity Lacking,” National Psychologist.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Documentation – A Matter of Note,” Briefings, California Psychological Association Division I, Number 115, August 1992.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Administrative Injustice – How Physicians are Denied Due Process Before the Licensing Boards,” California Newsletter, American College of Cardiology Volume 1, Issue 1, Winter 1992.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Board of Psychology May Order Psychological Investigations,” The California Psychologist Volume XXVI, Number 4, September 1993.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “The War Over Repressed Memory,” The Orange County Psychologist December 1993.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Administrative Injustice – Can Psychologists be Vicariously Liable for Sexual Misconduct?” AAP Advance Plan, Association for the Advancement of Psychology Winter 1993

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Minding Your Business (3 Parts),” The Orange County Psychologist April 1994, May 1994, and June 1994.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “The Real Ramona Case,” The Orange County Psychologist September 1994.

Caudill, O. Brandt and Kenneth Pope. Law & Mental Health Professionals: California, American Psychological Association 1995, 1999 Suplement.

Marine, Eric C. and O. Brandt Caudill. “What Really Happened, NYSPA Risky Business,” New York State Psychological Association Volume 1, Number 1, January 1995.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “The Repressed Memory War is a War of Attrition,”. The California Psychologist Volume XXVII, Number 10, October 1995.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Why Wait for the Suit to Come?” The California Psychologist Volume XXVII, Number 12, December 1995.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “The Perils of Isolation,” The California Psychologist Volume XXIX, Number 9, September 1996.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “The Dangerous Myth of the Predatory Therapist,” The California Therapist: The Magazine of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists Volume 8, Issue 5, September/October 1996.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “The Hysterical Attack on Hypnosis,” Psychological Hypnosis, American Psychological Association A bulletin of Division 30, Volume 5, Number 3, Fall 1996.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Repressed Memory and the Attack on the Therapist: Pitfalls in Practice from the Legal Perspective,” Journal of Child Sexual Abuse (In Press).

Hedges, Lawrence F., Robert Hilton, Virginia Wink Hilton and O. Brandt Caudill. Therapists at Risk: Perils of the Intimacy of the Therapeutic Relationship, Jason Aronson Publishers, 1997.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “The Hidden Issue of Informed Consent,” American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Family Therapy News Volume 29, Number 1, February/March 1998.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Notes: The Paper Shield,” American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Family Therapy News Volume 29, Number 1, February/March 1998.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Strangers Have the Right: How Clients Can Sue Therapists,” American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Family Therapy News October/November 1998.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Touched by a Litigator: Hugging as Theraputic Technique,” American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Family Therapy News February/March 1999.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “The Technology Trap,” American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Family Therapy News June/July 1999.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “It Takes Two to Tangle: The Problem of Dual Relationships,” American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Family Therapy News October/November 1999.

Kaslow, Florence, Ph.D., Kenneth Pope, Ph.D., O. Brandt Caudill, et al. Handbook of Couple and Family Forensics: A Sourcebook for Mental Health and Legal Professionals, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2000.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Let Your Fingers Do the Walking to the Courthouse: Long Distance Liability,” American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy; Family Therapy News February/March, 2000.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Sex & the Supervisor: How You Can be Sued for Sex You Didn’t Have,” American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Family Therapy News April/May 2000.

Caudill, O. Brandt. “Twelve Pitfalls for Psychotherapists,” American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Family Therapy News October/November 2000.

Bucky, Steven F., O. Brandt Caudill and Thomas Nagy, et al. The Comprehensive Textbooks of Ethics and Law in the Practice of Psychology, (In Process).

Russell, Charles S. “Freeze! I Had A Gun Six Years Ago, And I’m Not Afraid To Use It! Six-Year-Old Information Is Not Unreasonably Stale to Justify a Protective Search in People v. Bush,” Western State University Law Review 2002.

Thompson, Robert W. “To the Prevailing Party Goes the Spoils; An Overview of an Emerging Tort in California,” Western State University Law Review Volume 18, Number 1, Fall 1990.

Thompson, Robert W. “Reassing Appraiser Liability,” Orange County Lawyer October 1996.

Thompson, Robert W. and The Hon. William F. McDonald (Ret.) “Attention to Detail Crucial in Mediating Class Action Disputes,” Orange County Lawyer Volume 46, Number 5, p. 22, May 2004.