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Liminality and Mental Health Court Diversion: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Offender Experiences
(British Association of Social Workers, 2014)
Seriously mentally ill people are a 'revolving-door' population in criminal justice systems where they cycle in and out of courts and jails. In response and consonant with the principles of therapeutic jurisprudence, mental ...
Racial Disparities in Drug Court Outcomes: Lessons Learned from the Lived Experiences of White and African American Participants in One Midwestern Drug Court
(National Association of Drug Court Professionals, 2016)
Therapeutic governmentality and biopower in a Canadian mental health court
(Macmillan Publishers Ltd., 2015)
Mental health courts (MHCs) are a response to the structural violence experienced by people with severe mental illness (SMI) involved in the criminal justice system. My ethnographic research of an MHC in urban Canada serves ...