April 2021

The Truth about Trauma and Dissociation by Valerie Sinason (Confer Books; £12.99); reviewed by April Mangion.
David Livingstone Smith is Professor of Philosophy at the University of New England and is a campaigner for social equality, having spoken at a G20 summit about dehumanisation. David’s latest book On Inhumanity: Dehumanization and How to Resist It, published by Oxford University Press, is out now. Harriet Over, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of York, asked David about the book.
Luna Centifanti on the valuing of academic work, and plans at the University of Liverpool.
An early career researcher shares experiences in the neoliberal Higher Education institutional setting.
As the second series begins filming, Melissa Marselle revisits Ted Lasso – which some are calling perfect lockdown viewing…
We dip into the Society member database and pick out Kristina Xavier, Clinical Psychologist & Integrative Nutrition Health Coach at Kristina Xavier Clinical Psychology & Coaching.
Ian Florance interviews Lindsay Wilkinson, who works primarily in the area of personality disorders. Among other subjects, Lindsay discusses her transition from the NHS to private practice and her route into psychology.
Steve Taylor seeks to make sense of time expansion experiences.

A few years ago, I had a car crash. I was driving in the middle lane of a motorway, when a truck pulled out from the inside lane and hit the side of our car, spinning us around, and then...

Our journalist Ella Rhodes considers the cyclical nature of life, both the more literal and the metaphorical.
Mark McDermott (University of East London) with a tribute.