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Rethinking addiction

Nick Heather challenges the brain disease model.

Tackling sexual violence at universities

Graham Towl argues for urgent action.

A new age for psychology?

Ella Rhodes reports on developments in the 'replication debate'.

‘Adventure is an important part of being human’

Jon Sutton hears from Eric Brymer about a new book, Phenomenology and the Extreme Sport Experience.

'I did something difficult and courageous in writing the book'

We speak to Sathnam Sanghera, author of The Boy With The Topknot, a touching, humorous and emotional rites-of-passage memoir about a second generation Indian growing up in Britain, and the mental health secrets he discovers in his family.

Why emotional experiences get better with age

Gloria Luong goes in pursuit of happiness.

The thwarted genius within

Chartered Psychologist Nancy Doyle on her input to BBC Two's 'Employable Me'.

East meets West at the edge of the ocean

Lucas Richert on the Esalen Institute, pioneer of the human potential movement.

‘Let’s confront the challenge of addiction together’

Caomhán McGlinchey with a personal take on problematic drinking and his route out of it.

M is for… Mundane

The Psychologist A to Z continues.

‘People need a period of stability, otherwise they may actively resist beneficial change’

From compassion fatigue and burnout to resilience – Gail Kinman takes Lance Workman through her work as an occupational health psychologist.

Suicidality – what is ‘help’?

‘Surely there’s room for more diverse approaches in our discipline’

Positive effects of supervision

Seeing is believing

John Booth Davies 1944-2017

Nicholas James Moffat (1952–2017)

Some very interesting questions

Bringing the healthy workplace into the heart of government

Keeping up to date

Man and woman intertwined

Changing behaviours

Behind the scenes of psychology

High-flying award

Deeply murky waters

Understated and rewarding

Trauma knows no boundaries

Coalition on male issues

President’s letter January 2018

‘See the great picture, and don’t get lost in the daily tasks’