A collection of pieces from our May issue.
Nazanin Derakhshan is a Professor of Experimental Psychopathology at Birkbeck, University of London and founder of the Birkbeck Integrative Centre for Building Resilience in Breast Cancer. Delia Ciobotaru met her.
Nick Hammond and Nikki Palmer ask whether we are united by commonality, or divided by difference.
Emma Young digests the research.
Cordelia Galgut on living with the long-term effects of cancer.
Ian Florance talked to Amanda Gatherer, Chief Psychologist at Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust, who also works as a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with elite athletes.
‘We are family: What really matters for parents and children’ by Professor Susan Golombok is published by Scribe. Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne and PhD student Laura Cox asked Susan about the book.
Sarah Dempsey on work as a Myeloma Information Specialist at Myeloma UK.
Ron Roberts and Theodor Itten.
Ian Florance hears about Assistant Psychologist roles and more from Liam Myles.
Ginny Smith picks out six chemicals from her new book Overloaded: How Every Aspect of your Life is Influenced by your Brain Chemicals (Bloomsbury Sigma).
Kate Fulton, working within Maggie’s, and Rachel Trimmer working within The Royal Marsden, both clinical psychologists, share their experiences of cross-sector working on cancer care.
Sahil Suleman is a consultant clinical psychologist and lead for Macmillan Cancer Psychological Support team at St George’s Hospital in London. Our editor Jon Sutton caught up with him from lockdown…
The winners and runners up in our latest 'Voices In Psychology' programme.