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Samuel Landau is a community rabbi and a trainee clinical psychologist. Here, he reflects on how wearing these two hats has required frequent consideration of difference, diversity and tolerance.
Martin Seager is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with Change, Grow, Live, and Branch Consultant with the Central London Samaritans.
Fadumo Omar Mohamed talks about her experience of working as a Mental Health Activity Manager for Médecins Sans Frontières. Fadumo has previously worked for MSF in Tajikistan and Ethiopia. Her latest assignment took her to Jordan where MSF are treating war-wounded Syrians.
Dr Robbie Duschinsky, University of Cambridge, meets Dr Judith Solomon to hear about her work in attachment.
Ian Florance talks to British Psychological Society Vice President Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes.
Our editor Jon Sutton pauses to appreciate two long-running psychological BBC Radio 4 programmes – Digital Human and All in the Mind.
Frederick Toates takes Lance Workman through his 40-year career with the Open University, discussing the ‘wanting vs. liking’ distinction, the state of higher education, and much more.
Ella Rhodes spoke to the Chair of the British Psychological Society's Division of Educational and Child Psychology, Vivian Hill, who also trains educational psychologists at the Institute of Education (UCL).
Dr Daisy Best is a Chartered Psychologist with North Yorkshire Psychological Therapies Ltd., Programme Director for the Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at Teesside University and Training Lead for the Division of Counselling Psychology within the British Psychological Society.
Gabriela Misca on her Fulbright year in the USA.
Our editor Jon Sutton poses the questions on the eve of the publication of Lisa Feldman Barrett’s new book, How Emotions Are Made.
Dr Nicholas M. Almond on why inequality is still a problem.
Michelle Rydon Grange talks to Ian Florance.
Rebecca Stack, Associate Editor for Books, speaks to Tomasz Witkowski, the author of Psychology Led Astray: Cargo Cult in Science and Therapy.
Associate Editor for Books, and Director of EJH Consulting, kicks off a new series.
Ian Florance follows up some of his ‘Careers’ interviewees.
Chris Frith meets Rosalind Ridley, to discuss her book on the mind of the Peter Pan author.
We meet James Pennebaker. Our editor Jon Sutton poses the questions, on expressive writing, humour in teaching and more.
We hear about the drive for a British Psychological Society Defence and Security Section.
We sent Debbie Gordon, Assistant to the Managing Editor and who has been diagnosed with dyslexia, to talk to Professor Rod Nicolson (University of Sheffield) about his approach.
Megan Prowse presents her personal reflections on overseas placements.
Thomas Campbell on mental health and volunteering in Sri Lanka.
One on one… with Siân E. Jones.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets Jonathan Haidt.