...reviews

Nirma Bheeroo reviews the ACAMH podcast series on mental health.
Many Different Kinds of Love: A story of life, death and the NHS (Ebury Press) by Michael Rosen by reviewed by Dr Jo Kirk.
'Performance Psychology for Dancers' by Erin Sanchez, Dave Collins and Áine MacNamara, published by The Crowood Press Ltd, reviewed by Gill Docherty.
Priya Ahmed reviews Strange but True on Netflix UK.
Forensic Psychology (3rd edition), published by Wiley, edited by David A. Crighton & Graham J. Towl; reviewed by Sophie Ellis.
The Mirror Trap, at Edinburgh Science Festival, reviewed by Harry Clark.
The Thriving Giver: 7 principles for health professionals and caregivers to enhance self-care and prevent burnout (Practical Inspiration Publishing) by Sarah Kuipers, reviewed by Mya Kirkwood.
Carlos Amartey reviews docuseries, Human: The World Within on Netflix UK.
Rebecca Wood watches 'The Reason I Jump', directed by Jerry Rothwell.
Catherine Loveday watches 'The Father', directed by Florian Zeller.
Neurodharma (Rider) by Rick Hanson, reviewed by Dr Marilyn Aitkenhead.
Friends: Understanding the Power of our Most Important Relationships by Robin Dunbar (Little Brown), reviewed by Talia Drew.
Selfless: A Psychologist’s journey through identity and social class by Geoffrey Beattie (Routledge), reviewed by Dr Laura Kilby.
Dominic Conroy watches Another Round, directed by Thomas Vinterburg.
Ending Parkinson’s Disease: A Prescription for Action by Ray Dorsey, Todd Sherer, Michael S. Okun, and Bastiaan R. Bloem (PublicAffairs, £14.99); reviewed by Dr Nicolò Zarotti.
A Toolkit for Modern Life: 53 Ways to Look After Your Mind (Quercus Publishing) by Emma Hepburn, reviewed by Philip Miti.
Esther Gillett watches Being Open Minded with Kendall Jenner.
Lead beyond the edge by Frederique Murphy (Practical Inspiration Publishing; £19.99) reviewed by Emily Hutchinson.
Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart (Picador; HB £14.99) reviewed by Christopher Boyle.
How to Survive and Thrive in an Impossible World by Steve Bonham (Artisan Creative Ltd; £12.99); reviewed by Laura Burchill.
The Psychology of Poverty Alleviation: Challenges in Developing Countries by William Ascher (Cambridge University Press); reviewed by Chrissie Fitch.
An Economist’s Lessons on Happiness by Richard A. Easterlin (Springer; £9.99); reviewed by Tara Dean.
The 'Lived experience shorts' at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, reviewed by Amelia Remmington.
Punam Farmah watches White Tiger, written and directed by Ramin Bahrani, available on Netflix.