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Despite restorative interventions already being in place in several U.K Forensic Mental Health Settings, the current research focusing on the effectiveness within this population is sparse. My research aims to shed light into this area with a focus on longevity of outcomes and whether individual characteristics and mental health needs may hinder the end result of restorative approaches. In addition, my research aims to establish whether restorative interventions could be effective within this population for healthcare professionals following an incident in the workplace.
I completed a BSc in Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire in 2018. Following this, I spent a year travelling before returning to the U.K to complete my MSc in Forensic Psychology at Kingston University in 2021. I have a range of research interests and recently conducted a study throughout the pandemic. This research focused on the impact of COVID-19 in regards to coping mechanisms and mental health within the U.K. Since then I was awarded a scholarship with Kingston University to complete my PhD. My research focus is the implementation and policies surrounding restorative justice in forensic settings.