Catherine Sholl, Juan Korkie and Dave Harper outline some ways to address discrimination in this key group.
Mental health service users are one of the most socially excluded groups in society. Surveys indicate that younger people have less understanding of their own and others’ mental health. In this...
Geoff Shepherd on the demand for and availability of mental health services in prison.
Prisons are full of socially excluded people with mental health problems. They are also caught between demands for public safety and the ambition to ‘rehabilitate’ offenders. If psychologists are...
Fabian A. Davis talks to Naomi Eisenstadt, then Director of the Government’s Social Exclusion Task Force
Up until her retirement last September, Naomi Eisenstadt was Director of the Social Exclusion Task Force at the Cabinet Office. She was responsible for the delivery of the socially excluded adults...
Mark Hayward, Elizabeth Holford and Peter Kinderman introduce the special issue, which addresses how we can help those who are being left behind
Is there such a thing as society? Do we have a collective responsibility towards people who may be excluded from the social settings/circles where we feel valued? Articles within this special...
childhood conduct; sleep-related automatism; prize-winning brains; reports from the Society’s student lectures and therapy in the NHS events; and much more
ensuring course standards; dying at work; community psychology; statutory regulation; clinical training; psychology in Argentina; your boss and stress; and more
Professor Emeritus at Goldsmiths University of London, Honorary Professor at Warwick Business School, and MD of Personnel Assessment Ltd; including web-only answers
A peculiarly influential and controversial 1920s employment test, from Thomas Edison, by Paul Collins; plus an account of how it felt to resist Milgram.
Ian Florance, the journalist responsible for many of the articles on these pages, on the picture they paint of psychology