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Stuart Milk, nephew of gay rights pioneer Harvey Milk, once said: 'We are less when we don't include everyone.' Mark Hayward, writing in this special issue, calls on psychologists to 'work beyond the consulting room to play an active role in building bridges between the marginalised members of a given community and the key stakeholders who can create opportunities for inclusion'.
Social inclusion also involves breaking down the 'them and us' dichotomy, and considering what it means to be a good person and professional: the topics of our other articles in this packed new year issue.
Mark Hayward, Elizabeth Holford and Peter Kinderman introduce a special issue
Fabian Davis talks to Naomi Eisenstadt 22
Geoff Shepherd on demand and availability of mental health services in prison
Catherine Sholl, Juan Korkie and Dave Harper challenge teenagers' ideas about mental health
David Carew, Richard Birkin and David Booth on the government's employment policies
Fabian Davis on sustaining the 'magic' - the secret ingredient that enables people to 'bounce' back as active citizens
Aiming for excellence as an applied psychologist
Narinder Kapur and Barbara A. Wilson outline 15 'pillars' to support you
'Them and us' in mental health services
Christina Richards looks behind the dichotomy and calls for change
Ensuring course standards; dying at work; community psychology; statutory regulation; clinical training; psychology in Argentina; your boss and stress; and more
Childhood conduct; sleep-related automatism; prize-winning brains; reports from the Society's student lectures and therapy in the NHS events; and much more
Presenting science stories on Australian radio, with John Bradshaw
Children and teenagers with Asperger's; attachment disorder; paranormal belief; prosocial behaviour; and philosophy of psychology
President's column; Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology; DOP flashmob; ethnic diversity and the workforce; and more
A view from the outside on recurring themes in our 'Careers' features; counselling psychology and ballroom dancing; featured job and all the other latest vacancies; and how to advertise looking back
A peculiarly influential and controversial 1920s employment test, from Thomas Edison, by Paul Collins; plus an account of how it felt to resist Milgram
Creative genius in classical music, with Dean Keith Simonton
One on one
...with Clive Fletcher