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Restorative justice and mental illness : combating the "spider syndrome"
This study explores the experiences and perspectives of three restorative justice (RJ) practitioners who processed cases involving service users with serious and persistent mental illness. Participants were recruited in the United Kingdom with the help of restorative justice contacts in London, England. The three practitioners who came forward took part in one semi-structured interview that lasted approximately one hour. A descriptive framework was used and emerging themes were coded. Researchdoi:10.14288/1.0072145 fatcat:magagrwsxfbqffpfmfkjmc5kpq