We hear about a programme to encourage resilience and wellbeing in young people.
One on one… with Paul Dolan
Ian Florance meets Naomi Hynd.
Lucia Giombini outlines her work and thinking around anorexia.
Kirk Strosahl talks to Kal Kseib about acceptance and commitment therapy.
Tracey Herlihey on the importance of persistence and networking in finding that ‘dream job'.
Ian Florance talks to educational psychologist Irvine Gersch.
Asifa Majid talks to Jon Sutton about language and thought.
‘Feistiness in the face of a challenge’
We spoke to Professor Linda Clare to mark Dementia Awareness Week.
Director of Mental Health for the independent think tank CentreForum.
Caroline Limbert (Cardiff Metropolitan University) on the first overseas Health Psychology MSc to be accredited by the Society, and what the experience has done for her own career and that of the graduates.
Ian Florance meets Cordelia Galgut to discuss how diagnosis and treatment has affected her work as a counselling psychologist.
‘I pull on my trainers and go for a run’
‘We can still choose how to respond: how to fight against creation’.
Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology in the Department of Applied Psychology, Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Nadine Mirza, MPhil student, University of Manchester.
Liz Hollis, freelance journalist and media consultant specialising in psychology.
How do those on the fringes of psychology view our profession? Ian Florance meets Michèle Down.
Sophie von Stumm runs the Hungry Mind Lab at Goldsmiths, University of London. Jon Sutton poses the questions.
Ian Florance meets Mick Billig, Professor of Social Science at Loughborough University.
Ron Davie talks to Ian Florance about his interdisciplinary life.
Naoimh Fox writes about the effect of a hearing impairment on her work and aspirations.
Shalini Raman reflects on some valuable professional and personal experience.
‘Be patient, keep an open mind'