Shaween Amin writes.
The latest from Dr Hazel McLaughlin.
Frederic Stansfield with a response to Barbara Wilson's article.
Aicha Reid and Martin Gemmell with a letter from our March edition.
Elizabeth Finley on fostering good emotional health from infancy.
The British Psychological Society responds, November 2020.
Leigh Gibson with a response to our January collection.
The treatment of refugees violates Human Rights, dehumanizes refugees and endangers European values and security, argue a group of psychologists in an open letter.
Hazel McLaughlin on the launch of the Presidential Development Fund.
A letter from Shane McCarney.
A response to our January edition.
A response to the January issue.
Two responses to our recent climate change coverage.
Psychologists and other colleagues from the London Youth Justice CAMHS forum share what they have heard from the youth justice population about the impact of Covid-19.
Tammi Walker, Alison Foster, Rabiya Majeed-Ariss and Miranda Horvath on a role for psychologists in improving processes and protection around rape cases.
The justice system in England and Wales continues to fail survivors of sexual violence. Official figures from the Crown Prosecution Service and Police highlight the ongoing problem of...
Dr Gillian Shorter asks whether it is time to trial and evaluate an official ‘drug consumption room’, following another year of the highest overdose deaths on record.
Reubs J Walsh argues that trans children understand their own gender, and should therefore not be assumed to lack the competence to determine their own treatment.
James Rumbold on international differences and a new survey.
BPS president Dr Hazel McLaughlin on the Society’s policy theme, From Poverty to Flourishing, which continues into 2021.
Dr Charlotte Whiteley writes.
Dr John Stephens responds to Maria Kordowicz's article.
Anna Balmer writes.
Covid-19 research hub.
Frederick Toates with a biopsychological contribution.
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.