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Susan Cousins, Senior Advisor, Race Religion and Belief at Cardiff University, shares psychological insights following a racist online attack. Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne asks the questions.
Steve Taylor meets Michael Jawer to hear about his new book, Sensitive Soul: The Unseen Role of Emotion in Extraordinary States.
Jake Maxwell Watts hears from two University of Bath psychologists, Afsana Faheem and Dr Kate Cooper, about their new podcast raising awareness around diversity in clinical psychology.
Veronica O’Keane, Professor of Psychiatry and practising Consultant Psychiatrist at Trinity College Dublin, has her first trade book out now with Allen Lane: ‘The Rag and Bone Shop: How We Make Memories and Memories Make us’. Our editor Jon Sutton fired her some questions.
Scott Galloway on a perhaps little known role which might suit psychologists…
‘We are family: What really matters for parents and children’ by Professor Susan Golombok is published by Scribe. Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne and PhD student Laura Cox asked Susan about the book.
Candice Williams and Sarah Beadle, trainee clinical psychologists at the University of Hertfordshire, discuss their podcast series, Life in the Labyrinth, with Associate Editor Chrissie Fitch.
Frances L. Vaughan on writing with stroke survivor Jody Mardula.
Madeleine Pownall and Ian Florance introduce stories from the next generation.
We dip into the Society member database and pick out Dr Cerith Waters, Clinical Lead Psychologist for Perinatal Mental Health Services in Cardiff and Vale University Health Board and a Senior Lecturer at Cardiff University.
Ian Florance interviews Jon Stokes, a clinical psychologist and leadership coach who combines his role as director of Stokes & Jolly with a position as a Senior Fellow in Management Practice at Saïd Business School. Earlier in his career he worked at both the Tavistock Clinic and the Tavistock Institute and was founding director of Tavistock Consulting.
Kal Kseib meets Dr Richard Schwartz, founder of Internal Family Systems therapy.
Robert Bor on the role of a psychologist working in critical care medical settings during the Covid-19 pandemic.
We hear from Dr Sobia Khan, a clinical psychologist helping Covid patients to recover mentally as well as physically.
Ella Rhodes hears from Gillian Hyde about her work with leaders on personality derailers.
Dr Seonaid Anderson, Chartered Psychologist and freelance neurodiversity consultant, hears from Becky Simpson about being a therapist with Tourettes during Covid-19.
Ian Florance interviews Rachel Tribe, an occupational and counselling psychologist who is, among other roles, Professor of Applied Psychology at the University of East London.
The ‘BrainCanDo’ Handbook of Teaching and Learning: Practical Strategies to Bring Psychology and Neuroscience into the Classroom, published by Routledge, is out now. Our Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne contributed to the book, and asked the editors Julia Harrington, Jonathan Beale, Amy Fancourt and Catherine Lutz about the motivation behind it.
We dip into the society member database and pick out… Dr Tendayi Viki, Associate Partner at Strategyzer, a Swiss consultancy firm.
We dip into the Society database and pick out… Sheila Ufot, Trainee Counselling Psychologist at Redbridge Psychotherapy Service and Imagine Health UK. With online extras.
When Ian Florance asked him for an interview, Lawrence Moulin gave two reasons for agreeing: he wanted to talk about ‘how psychology can be applied in interesting places such as the Department of Health’; and to tell undergraduates who are, like him, from less ‘prestigious’ backgrounds, that they too can have a place in the profession.
'Made possible: Stories of success by people with learning disabilities – in their own words', edited by Saba Salman and published by Unbound, is out now. Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne asked Saba about the book.
Lance Workman interviews Peter K. Smith about his research on play and bullying.
Chartered Psychologist Dr Kerry Quincey (DeMontfort University) speaks with breast cancer ‘thrivers’ Doug Harper and Dave Talbot about the Virtual Meet-Up (VMU).
Dr Peter Olusoga is a senior lecturer in psychology and a sport psychology practitioner, working with athletes and teams on the mental side of performance. Hugh Gilmore is a BASES performance psychologist working with British Athletics, Para-Powerlifting and the English Institute of Sport, among other things.Our editor Dr Jon Sutton chatted with them about their podcast, Eighty Percent Mental.