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  2. Anderson, H. (2002). In the space between people: Seikkula's open dialogue approach. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy28(3), 279.

  3. Freeman, A. M., Tribe, R. H., Stott, J. C., & Pilling, S. (2019). Open dialogue: a review of the evidence. Psychiatric Services70(1), 46-59.

  4. Hendy, C., & Pearson, M. (2020). Peer supported open dialogue in a UK NHS trust–a qualitative exploration of clients’ and network members’ experiences. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice.

  5. Kinane, C., Osborne, J., Ishaq, Y., Colman, M., & MacInnes, D. (2022). Peer supported Open Dialogue in the National Health Service: implementing and evaluating a new approach to Mental Health Care. BMC Psychiatry, 22(138). 

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  7. Pilling, S., Clarke, K., Parker, G., James, K., Landau, S., Weaver, T., ... & Craig, T. (2022). Open Dialogue compared to treatment as usual for adults experiencing a mental health crisis: Protocol for the ODDESSI multi-site cluster randomised controlled trial. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 113:106664.

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