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Ella Rhodes spoke to the psychologist and University of Sheffield academic and lecturer about the 'Plastics: Redefining Single Use' project.
The Truth Project, part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, has now heard from more than 4000 victims and survivors of child sexual abuse. As it launches its public awareness campaign, we talk to chief psychologist to the Inquiry, Dr Rebekah Eglinton, about the trauma-informed approach. Throughout, we also include quotes, in italics, from survivor ‘Esme’.
Deanne Bell is Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences at Nottingham Trent University. Deanne spoke to Deputy Editor Annie Brookman-Byrne about her desire to understand and repair the world.
Binna Kandola is Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce. He met with Society President David Murphy to discuss some questions we had put to them.
Jeremy Heimans and Henry Timms are entrepreneurs and activists, and authors of the 2018 bestseller 'New Power: How Anyone Can Persuade, Mobilize and Succeed in our Chaotic, Connected Age'. Our editor Jon Sutton posed them some questions.
Dr Ilona Singer talks to Ian Florance.
We dip into the Society member database and pick…Saida Melgar, a counselling skills certificate student at the University of the West of England and Floating Recovery Support Worker at the Second Step, Bristol.
Hayley Gains hears from Vice Principal and children's author John Callaghan about his book 'The Girl With The Zipped Up Lips'.
Dr Jennifer Wild tells us about her new book ‘Be Extraordinary: Key Skills to Transform Your Life from Ordinary to Extraordinary’.
Philip Ang with a personal story in response to the British Psychological Society's 2020 theme, 'From poverty to flourishing'.
Ruth Corkett on working in a young offenders institute.
Dr Roy Baumeister is a social psychologist at Florida State University. For his new book, he joined forces with science journalist John Tierney to explore The Power of Bad. Dr Tom Farsides, a Lecturer in Social Psychology at the University of Sussex, fired some questions at Dr Baumeister.
Dr Suzi Gage is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Liverpool. Annie Brookman-Byrne asked Suzi about her new book Say why to drugs: Everything you need to know about the drugs we take and why we get high (Hodder & Stoughton; £16.99).
Professor Peter Lee talks to Annie Brookman-Byrne about the experiences of armed drone pilots.
Dr Hannah Alghali on what she learnt working as a clinical psychologist who doesn’t work in a clinic.
Ian Florance meets Zenobia Nadirshaw.

Zenobia Nadirshaw received an MBE in the 2019 New Year Honours List for services to people with learning disabilities and to mental health treatment. But that’s just one of many experiences...

We dip into the Society member database and pick…James Lewis, a Principal Consultant at Cubiks, a global talent assessment consultancy part of the PSI family. With online extras.
Dr Anna Naumenko, Chartered Psychologist and Psychometrician, on working with start-ups.
Yvonne Shell is a Forensic and Clinical Psychologist who works as Director of Criminal Justice for the charity Together, and as a Senior Clinical Teaching Fellow at the University of Portsmouth. She spoke to Ella Rhodes.
Laura Kilby offers up some advice based on her own journey.
David Edmonds has put together a forthcoming episode of Archive on 4, on post-war psychology and its Jewish roots. Jon Sutton asked him about it.
We dip into the Society member database and pick… Costas Karageorghis, Professor of Sport and Exercise Psychology at Brunel University London.
Ian Florance meets Professor Rosemary Rizq, a Counselling Psychologist and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist who combines her academic role at the University of Roehampton with work as clinician and writer.
Claudia Hammond is an award-winning broadcaster, author and psychology lecturer. Her latest book, The Art of Rest, examining the science behind our struggles to rest and relax, is published on 5 December by Canongate. Our editor Jon Sutton asked her about it.
In interviews for our website, Dr Kal Kseib has met some of the founders of modern psychotherapy approaches. Here, he reflects on what he has learnt.