Freddy Jackson Brown, Paul Cooper, Emma Balfour and Mary Stanley-Duke.
Ian Florance meets Linda Kaye, Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Cyberpsychology Section.
Dr Jolel Miah recently completed his PhD and is currently a Lecturer of Psychology at the University of Sunderland and a member of the British Psychological Society's Division of Health Psychology’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce. Here, he discusses his journey as a British Bangladeshi in the Psychology profession, with Associate Editor Chrissie Fitch.
Hope Samuel on Healthworker Talk, a podcast in which they talk with NHS workers; and producer David Ian Neville with some practical guidance.
Kyle Kelleher considers Adverse Childhood Experiences, and the need to discuss family trauma.
Ella Rhodes spoke to Mary Aiken, Professor of Forensic Cyberpsychology at University of East London, about her recent work with the UK government on protecting people from harm online, and the areas of cyberpsychology which need more attention from researchers and policymakers.
Annie Hickox balances the value of sharing our personal stories of mental illness with the risk of exposure.
'How to help someone with anxiety' by Rachel M. Allan is published by Welbeck Balance. Deputy editor Annie Brookman-Byrne asks the questions.
Dr Seonaid Anderson, Chartered Psychologist and freelance neurodiversity consultant, hears from Becky Simpson about being a therapist with Tourettes during Covid-19.
Vanessa Moore on whether it is helpful to be a clinical psychologist if you develop mental health problems.
Ashleigh Johnstone and Joshua Balsters on their moves to Gorilla, the online experiment builder.
Dr Nic Hooper on students and self-stories.
Thomas York, a bisexual psychology student at Bath Spa University, draws on research and cultural sources to understand biphobia and bisexual erasure.
We hear from Lead Psychologist Hugo Santos.
The winners and runners up in our latest 'Voices In Psychology' programme.