Peter Morris replies to a letter in our September edition.
Natalie Hanley on her social media approach; now with update.
Ellie Kerry – a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner at Great Ormond Street Hospital – writes.
Liam Cross and Gray Atherton write.
The latest from Sarb Bajwa.
Dr Charlotte Whiteley writes.
Ruby Ramsden writes.
Jacqui Price writes.
Professor Jeune Guishard-Pine, OBE writes.
Rose Kent writes.
Sophie Carruthers writes.
Meltem Osman and A.J. Walker write.
Andrew M. Colman, David F. Marks, Chris McVittie and Dr Richard Smith write, and the Society replies.
Professor Rita Jordan writes.
The latest from Sarb Bajwa.
Dr Venetia Leonidaki on the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme.
Sara Goodier writes.
Benjamin Kwapong in a continuing discussion.
Professor Neil Verrall on evolving forms of protest.
Professor Binna Kandola OBE, Guilaine Kinouani, Dr Joanna Wilde and Dr Grace Mansah-Owusu write.
Paul Whitby, a Chartered Psychologist and former Charge Nurse, with a response to our recent coverage of the care abuse scandal.
Mohamed Khougali on how revolution may have changed the psyche, and standing of psychology, in Sudan.
Finding the origins of the cognitive trick.
Two letters from our July edition.