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A key characteristic of The Psychologist is its varied palate. Some broad strokes, then finer detail; realism and a more impressionistic approach side by side; splashes of personal colour, in amongst the more professional shades.
Maybe that just makes a mish-mash. ('Eclectic' is so often a euphemism for 'rubbish'.) But we can be a canvas for real creativity, with results you might not find elsewhere. Our feature on psychologists and their artistic endeavours (p.40), in various forms, is a fine example; as is our annual poetry competition (p.82).
Also in the frame this month are Karen Rodham, ahead of her Psychologist-nominated appearance at Latitude Festival; chats with Emmy van Deurzen (continuing the art theme), Priyanka Pradhan and others; a bumper selection of reports from the Annual Conference; and more.
In May we won a 'highly commended' for 'Best Launch/Relaunch' at the Membership Excellence awards. We'll soon be surveying your views on how we're doing; you're certainly our inspiration!
Dr Jon Sutton
Sonic attacks, adversity and more
Research images; homeless services; and more
Reports from the Annual...
Self-management versus face-to-face therapeutic interaction
Karen Rodham with her 'rated'
Windows on our inner and outer worlds
Christina richards introduces several musings on the writers' own works, in a variety of artisitc media. Find more contributions on our website.
'They tried to paint me into a corner, where I didn't belong'
Jon Sutton meets existential therapist Emmy van Deuzen to talk art, Brexit and more
'The needs of the walking wounded are being ignored'
Priyanka Pradhan on mild traumatic brain injury
We meet Hilary Cahalane, and Philippa East
Jobs in psychology
Featured job, latest vacancies
With Thomas Calvard, Binna Kandola, Cecilia Heyes
Poetry competition winners
Andrew Wickens marks a centenary for Brenda Milner
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