‘Occasionally follow a hunch…’
Sue Blackmore gives a personal account of how hallucinogens have influenced her career; and we pass on some advice for first-year undergraduates as they begin their journey in psychology
We hear from a researcher, participant and clinician on the use of psilocybin to alleviate cancer anxiety
'… to sit in an arbour, shaded from the sun'. Includes online only answers.
we talk to Roberto Forzoni about mindsets, music and magic; and Bronagh Hannon looks for light at the end of the tunnel in her arduous quest to become a clinical psychologist
Diane Halpern tells Lance Workman about her efforts to improve work–life balance and increase creativity
with Ian Parker, Fellow of the Society, practising psychoanalyst in Manchester and Professor of Management, University of Leicester. With online-only q+a.
the importance of positive risk taking and dignity of failure, with Steven Sharman; and we talk to Andy Evans about his work with performers
Ellen Ernst Kossek is President of the Work Family Researchers Network. Gail Kinman and Almuth McDowall ask the questions.
Professor of Psychology and Social Change in the Institute of Health and Society, University of Worcester. Includes online only answers.
we talk to Chartered Psychologist Dawn Reeves, and Peter Storr reminds us that we are in charge of our careers
The Society’s new President (see p.435), Dorothy Miell, outlines some priorities for her term and beyond. Our Editor, Jon Sutton, poses the questions
Director, East Side Institute for Group & Short Term Psychotherapy, New York
we talk to Antonia Bifulco, Head of the Psychology Department at Middlesex University as well as co-Director of the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies; and Belinda Hemingway examines her path in health psychology
‘Dance psychologist’ Peter Lovatt (University of Hertfordshire) talks to Gail Kinman
we talk to Richard Bidder about his work for occupational psychology consultancy Catalyst; and Christopher Hunt tells us about volunteering in Sri Lanka