...debates

Richard Woods writes on Pathological Demand Avoidance.
Craig A. Harper and Harry Purser argue that institutional virtue-signalling on racial inequality is not good enough, and suggest alternatives.
Sasha Priddy and James Randall respond to our June cover feature; plus additional letters from Stephen Munt, and Ian Parker.
Rachel Holt on the clinical psychology training process, and inclusion.
Liam Myles writes.
Judith Johnson, Anna Madill, Gina Z. Koutsopoulou, Charity Brown and Richard Harris.
Dimitra Theodoropoulou responds to an article on art therapy.
Mohamed Khougali on the therapeutic dimension of oral tradition.
Daren Lee takes a philosophical look at what the pandemic might mean for replicability and the efficacy of practice in psychology.
Dr Maria Kordowicz on creating meaning post-Covid-19.
Kirsty Conway (Assistant Psychologist) writes.
We collate letters in response to the killing of George Floyd. From the British Psychological Society's Division of Counselling Psychology Black and Asian Counselling Psychologists' Group; Anonymous; Halina Bryan; Khadj Rouf; Vaughan Bell; Rosabel Ng; and Shameema Yousuf.
Daniella Nayyar writes.
Victoria Field noticed something about an interview in the April edition…
David Mingay writes.
Samantha Goffin responds to a recent letter.
Norgenta Lata on a discussion forum around bereavement.
Joel Vos, Digby Tantam and Emmy van Deurzen on how Brexit has emotionally impacted Europeans in the UK, and how psychologists are helping.
Shameema Yousuf on structural racism in sport and sport psychology.
David Murphy writes.
Sara Angelini writes.
Dr John Marshall writes, with a response from our editor Jon Sutton.
Dr Kimberly Sham Ku and Dr Abdullah Mia write, with a response from British Psychological Society Chief Executive Sarb Bajwa.
Clara Clein Wolfe writes.