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…former professional golfer and Senior Research Fellow in the Research Institute for Sport, Physical Activity and Leisure, Leeds Beckett University.
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Our editor Jon Sutton meets Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Neuropsychology, Katherine Carpenter.
Professor Val Curtis works at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine where, among other roles, she is Director of the Environmental Health Group, a multidisciplinary team researching water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). Ian Florance spoke to her about interactions with psychology and psychologists.
Dr Emmanuelle Peters is director of the Psychology Interventions Clinic for Outpatients with Psychosis (PICuP) at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, and a Reader in the Psychology Department of the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience. She is a winner of the BPS Professional Practice Board’s Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology in Practice. Jon Sutton poses the questions.
Professor Richard Wiseman's new book, 'Shoot for the Moon' considers how we can 'Achieve the Impossible with the Apollo Mindset'. Our editor Jon Sutton posed him some questions, and we publish an extract.
We dip into the Society member database and pick out… Alma Au, Associate Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Trevor Powell, winner of the Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award 2017, recalls his journey in a changing landscape.
Dr Juliet Whitehead is Assistant Principal Educational Psychologist in Coventry and Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Educational and Child Psychology (DECP). As told to Ian Florance.
Hussain Manawer is a poet, and Honorary Fellow of King’s College London for his work in mental health. Debbie Gordon (Assistant to the Managing Editor) went along to meet him.
Two exhibitions at the Attenborough Arts Centre in Leicester; we meet the artists.
We speak to Fiona Dunkley, author of Psychosocial Support for Humanitarian Aid Workers: A Roadmap of Trauma and Critical Incident Care (Routledge)
We meet Dr Rachel Bryant-Waugh.

Dr Rachel Bryant-Waugh tells Ian Florance: ‘I do feel hugely committed to Great Ormond Street . You get to meet extraordinary families and children and identify patterns of behaviour in often...

Our editor Jon Sutton meets independent practitioner educational psychologist Paul Curran.
Simon Proudlock is a Consultant Counselling Psychologist with Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and in private practice. Simon won the British Psychological Society’s Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Award for Innovation in 2018 for his project using EMDR therapy with clients in acute care.
Louise Roper hears from her University of Liverpool colleague Kate Bennett, about widowhood, resilience, and an upcoming gerontology conference.
Kellyanne Findlay, from the University of Strathclyde, introduces several student voices on the Erasmus+ scheme.
Ella Rhodes asks the questions.
We speak to Alan Baddeley, Professor at the University of York, about his new book Working Memories: Postmen, Divers and the Cognitive Revolution (Routledge).
One on one… with Peter Dillon-Hooper, who this month retires from the BPS and his post as Assistant Editor of The Psychologist after more than 20 years of service.
Jon Sutton meets Sarah Garfinkel at the annual conference of the Psychobiology Section.
Ian Florance hears from Tony Page – self-employed Chartered Psychologist and author – about our ‘mistaken craving for freedom’.
Thea Fitch talks to Ian Florance about her move from homelessness and eating disorders to becoming a psychologist working at the Recovery and Wellbeing College.

Thea tells us: ‘When we facilitate courses and workshops we always have two trainers in the room: one offers lived experience, the other is a clinician. I’ve moved from one role to, in a sense...

Malcolm MacLachlan is Director of the ALL (Assisting Living and Learning) Institute and Professor of Psychology and Social Inclusion at Maynooth University.
Tony Beech, co-editor of The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Forensic Neuroscience, tells us how the book grew in the making.