Kate Johnstone (Associate Editor for Culture) watches 'Severance' on Apple TV+.
Richard Wiseman reviews 'The Premonitions Bureau', from Sam Knight; plus a brief extract.
Trauma-focused ACT: A practitioner’s guide to working with mind, body, and emotion using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (Context Press) by Russ Harris. Reviewed by Dr Lelanie Smook.
Matilda Windsor is Coming Home by Anne Goodwin (Inspired Quill). Reviewed by Charlotte Green.
Hannah Piekarz watches ‘Framing Agnes’.
Jody Houston reviews Chloe, available to watch on BBC iPlayer.
Daniela Alves reviews a podcast, The Anxiety Chicks (Spotify).
Ravina Rao listens to the podcast 'Our kids in mind'.
The Man Who Tasted Words: Inside the Strange and Startling World of Our Senses by Guy Leschziner (Simon & Schuster), reviewed by Georgina Lamb.
Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before? by Julie Smith (Michael Joseph), reviewed by Poppy Harding.
Julie Raworth watches Turning Red on Disney+.
Travis Langley, professor of Psychology and Batman expert, with his take on the new movie.
Rhys Cadogan watches Huracan.
This month, we have a special focus on the Bethlem Museum of the Mind and the Bethlem Gallery, with two reviews from Sally Marlow and a preview…
'If Only He’d Told Her' by Katherine Markland (2QT Limited Publishing), reviewed by Jo Wood.
'How to Think: Understanding the Way We Decide, Remember and Make Sense of the World' by John Paul Minda (Robinson), reviewed by Dr Philip Fine.
‘In Defense of the Human Being: Foundational Questions of an Embodied Anthropology’ (Oxford University Press) by Thomas Fuchs; reviewed by Paul Moloney.
The film 'Encanto' on Disney+, reviewed by Tuğçe Koca and Shrinidhi Sathish.
How to Make the Most of your Psychology Degree: Study Skills, Employability and Professional Development by Rachael Leggett, Daniel Waldeck & Amy Burrell (McGraw-Hill Education (Open University Press), reviewed by Sarah-Jayne Collett.
'The Performance Curve: Maximise your potential at work while strengthening your well-being' by Laura Watkins and Vanessa Dietzel (Bloomsbury Business), reviewed by Emily Hutchinson.
Sad Little Men by Richard Beard (Harvill Secker), reviewed by Dr Sam Spedding.
Jolel Miah listens to the 'Uncanny' podcast.
Ella Bahaire, a Couple Therapist for Tavistock Relationships and in private practice, watches Couples Therapy on BBC Two.
Dani Olliffe listens to Nathan Filer's podcast.
Danny Taggart and Jess Chown watch Procession and speak with Director Robert Greene.