...meets

Dr Bridgette Rickett, from the British Psychological Society’s Senate campaign group on tackling class-based inequality, meets Dr Suriyah Bi, founder of Equality Act Review.
On second thought: How ambivalence shapes your life by William R. Miller is published by Guilford Press.
Educational Psychologist Dr Melernie Meheux in conversation with Waveney Bushell, Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets Jenny Terry, a PhD student at the University of Sussex and Chair of PsyPAG, the Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group of the British Psychological Society.
Ella Rhodes hears from Dr Joanna Wilde around her election as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets Genavee Brown (Northumbria University).
Elaine Kasket, Counselling Psychologist and author, meets Bjørn Johnson: co-director of Memory Box: Echoes of 9/11; and Jane Harris, a close supporter of the Memory Box project.
Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne meets Professor George A. Bonanno.
Working in the UK can be a wonderful yet daunting experience for those coming to the country. We hear from Ankita Guchait (pictured, left) and Eman Raheel (right) about their experiences.
Our editor Jon Sutton hears from Mary-Frances O’Connor, Associate Professor at the University of Arizona, about her new book The Grieving Brain: The Surprising Science of How we Learn from Love and Loss.
We dip into the Society member database and find Dr Jane Iles, Clinical Director (Clinical Psychologist), PsychD Clinical Psychology Programme, University of Surrey.
Bradley Busch is a sport and exercise psychologist who has worked with elite footballers and Olympic competitors. Ian Florance talked to Bradley about how sports psychology is changing, and some of the other areas he works in.
Around the paperback launch of her book 'What Mental Illness Really Is (and What It Isn’t)', Lucy Foulkes shares her thoughts with our editor Jon Sutton.
Ella Rhodes hears from Lawrence Howells ahead of his British Psychological Society webinar.
Nigel Evans has become an acknowledged expert in testing and assessment – as a trainer, consultant, author, and adviser. Ian Florance interviewed him about his career and how he has helped to shape psychometric policy and practice: as a verifier for the British Psychological Society’s Psychological Testing Centre (PTC); the UK representative on the International Test Commission (ITC); and the current Chair of the Board of Assessment within the European Federation of Psychological Associations (EFPA).
Dr Adrian Needs is the winner of Lifetime Achievement Awards from the British Psychological Society’s Practice Board and Division of Forensic Psychology. Here, he talks prison and reform in a conversation recorded by Sarah Lewis for her Growth Uncut podcast.
We dip into the Society member database and pick out Dr Iyabo Fatimilehin, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Director of Just Psychology CIC.
Alex Lloyd, a British Psychological Society member and Research Fellow at University College London, talks about his experience on the BPS Parliamentary Fellowship.
We dip into the Society member database and pick out Dr Raj Gnanaiah, Consultant Chartered Psychologist at Mindz.
Ian Florance interviews Dr Victoria Lewis, educational psychologist and Co-Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Educational and Child Psychology (DECP).
Dr Lucy Foulkes, honorary lecturer at UCL and Senior Research Fellow at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, is hosting a British Psychological Society webinar on social media, and whether it is actually bad for adolescent mental health.
Our editor Jon Sutton meets Tom Buchanan, Professor of Psychology at the University of Westminster, to talk misinformation.
One of England’s first Clinical Associate Psychologists, Isabel Sherman, on how the new role supports clients and combines study with clinical practice.
Psychologist Dr Fiona Beddoes-Jones is running a British Psychological Society webinar on cognitive fitness in March. Ella Rhodes asked her about it.
Rebecca Wones, Head of Psychological Assessment for psychology consultancy Lexxic, has pre-recorded three neurodiversity-related webinars for the British Psychological Society. They are available to watch until early February – Ella Rhodes asked her about them.