Fears of child sexual abuse are on the rise in the digital era, with the internet providing a perfect playground for predators. But could technology also be the solution? Talia Gilbey writes.
Cordelia Galgut on living with the long-term effects of cancer.
Emma Young digests the latest research on working from home during Covid-19.
Fiona Zandt on creative ways to help children and families understand anxiety.
Christopher Boyle on children’s experiences of Christmas magic and myth. Warning: contains festive spoilers…
Dr Sue Jackson seeks a useful description of where we are up to and what we are currently dealing with in the pandemic.
Sarah O'Reilly on doing behavioural activation with older people during Covid-19.

Behavioural activation is usually used to help people who have stopped doing rewarding activities due to low mood. What does it look like when people’s activities have been taken away from...

Dr Jon Sutton introduces the issue.
…plus Specialist Deputy and Team Managers. Employer: One Housing.
An extract from ‘Birth Shock, How to Recover from Birth Trauma’ by Mia Scotland, with kind permission from the publisher Pinter & Martin.
Jenny Walters on a gardening project with victims of torture.

‘Nature provides a metaphor to help integrate all aspects of life. The psyche is reflected in nature; you see greatness and smallness, harmony and destruction. When we understand nature we...

Ute Liersch writes.

Acceptance is in vogue. In mindfulness therapies, books and apps, acceptance is presented as a helpful attitude for anyone to have or to gain. For the specific population of people coping with...

Elizabeth Michaelson Monaghan meets researchers to look behind the painting…
Rusi Jaspal and Barbara Lopes on their recent findings.
Duncan Gillard, Louise Hayes, Aoife McNally and Kate Willis on giving people skills to ‘reboot’ their lives.

You cannot predict the outcomes of human development. All you can do is, like a farmer, create the conditions under which it will begin to flourish.
The late Sir Ken Robinson – author,...

We delve into the archive to pick out some highlights from this month in past years.
Dr Petra Boynton on coping with pregnancy loss, for Babyloss Awareness Week 2020.
Links to updates on the BPS ‘From Poverty to Flourishing’ campaign
Dr Anita Freeman with an account of an arts and health collaboration within a NHS paediatric HIV clinic.
Dr Jon Sutton introduces the issue.
Ian Florance hears about ‘…a rewarding experience’.
Kayleigh Watts, an Assistant Psychologist in the Neuropsychology Department at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, considers frontotemporal dementia during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Claire Murphy-Morgan is Artistic Director of Newcastle-based arts charity Monkfish Productions, and a Northumbria University MSc Psychology Postgraduate. Here, she talks about an arts project helping to unlock the creative potential of us all as active citizens, by sharing good news for a change…
An exclusive chapter from The Psychology of Art, by George Mather; part of Routledge's 'The Psychology of Everything' series.
An exclusive chapter from 'The Psychology of Exercise', by Josephine Perry, published by Routledge.