September 2019

Lynn Davies on efforts to create a world where ‘everyone is an insider’.
We dip into the Society member database and pick…Dr Martina Gerada counselling psychologist in private practice & lecturer at City University of London.
Kellye McBride on how Foucault’s ideas around confinement and civilisation can help to change views of mental illness.
Pooky Knightsmith on school-based approaches to mental health.

The notion of schooling the good citizen used to be simple; if schools were delivering on academic goals and pupils left with a basic notion of right and wrong, we’d consider it a job well...

Annie Brookman-Byrne and Jon Sutton report from psychology-themed events at Latitude Festival in Henham Park, Suffolk.
Sarah Davidson is Consultant Clinical Psychologist for the Gender Identity Development Service at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Our editor Jon Sutton poses the questions.
Martyn Barrett and Dimitra Pachi look beyond voting, at what schools can do to encourage active citizenship.
Siân Jones considers contact interventions and prejudice towards immigrants in schools.

In our increasingly globalised world, recent years have seen a sharp rise in anti-immigrant sentiment and in social exclusion of immigrants, including among children in schools. Research...

Can schools teach children lessons in healthy eating? Helen Coulthard looks at the evidence…
With poor diet being cited by Public Health England as the leading cause of death in the UK, learning the skill of healthy eating could save your life.
Jon Sutton reports from a BPS-organised symposium at the European Congress of Psychology in Moscow.