Laura Kilby offers up some advice based on her own journey.
Bored, Lonely, Angry, Stupid: Changing Feelings about Technology, from the Telegraph to Twitter by Luke Fernandez & Susan J. Matt (Harvard; £25) reviewed by Alina Ivan.
Mental Health in Crisis by Joel Vos, Ron Roberts & James Davies (Sage Swifts; £45) reviewed by Stuart Hillston.
'Others: Writers on the power of words to help us see beyond ourselves', edited by Charles Fernyhough (Unbound; £10); reviewed by Simon Duff.
Everything in its place: First loves and lost tales by Oliver Sacks (Picador; £20) reviewed by Sara Pisani.
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.
Ella Rhodes reports on progress with the 'children and young people' priority for the British Psychological Society.
Sarb Bajwa writes.
The latest British Psychological Society recognised tomes.
Ella Rhodes reports on the Nature Research Awards.