Daren Lee argues that for those who use alcohol to cope with distress, the landscape of mental health provision and its opaque exclusion criteria can be disorientating.
Annie Hickox balances the value of sharing our personal stories of mental illness with the risk of exposure.
Tris Smith on guidelines.
Charity Kibathi on internal biases and systemic racism in psychology.
Stella Tickle writes.
Ron Roberts responds to our November cover feature by Mick Billig.
Mac McLachan writes.
Daniel Davies on lived experience.
Simran Dhillon responds to a recent letter.
Cheryl Francis on access to training.
Jasmin Kaur Gill with a letter from our December issue.
Lauren McGregor questions whether neurodevelopmental labels overshadow a fuller picture based on formulation.
Franca Onyeama and Nadia Yates-Stephenson question whether the Clinical Psychology Doctorate is unattainable for people coming from BAME and lower socioeconomic backgrounds.
Liza Morton on ableism in Psychology, reflecting on her lived experience of navigating a career in Psychology whilst living with a serious lifelong heart condition.
The latest from Hazel McLaughlin.
Sarah Verity makes a point about planning.
Kate Johnstone responds to recent coverage.
Victoria Field writes.
Lewis Mitchell with a letter from our November issue.
Martin Milton responds to a letter from the October edition.
Catherine Lye and Simone Stedmon write.
Kirstie Whitaker and Olivia Guest ask how open ‘open science’ really is.
As we attempt a return to a semblance of normality, behavioural strategies to reduce the transmission of infection have never been more important. Dr Stephen Blumenthal, clinical psychologist, considers the behavioural immune system – cross cultural differences in behaviours adapted over millennia to reduce contagion. Is this a moment when we change the way we think and interact?
Katie Voss and Alice McNamara reflect on the unrelenting standards for Assistant Psychologists.
Khadija Rouf argues that there is 'a real, and as yet, unnamed form of prejudice and discrimination against people who are survivors'.