Leading UK psychology, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy organisations' statements on reparative therapy and sexual orientation
The leading organisations in the UK for psychology, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy all have issued statements either opposing discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or opposing 'reparative' or 'conversion' therapy.
Climate change - what lies beneath its widespread denial? Laurie Taylor talks to Sally Weintrobe, the editor of the first book which explores, from a multi disciplinary perspective, what the ecological crisis actually means to people. In spite of a scientific consensus, many continue to resist or ignore the message of climate communicators - but why? What are the social and emotional explanations for this reaction? They're joined by the Professor of Social Policy, Paul Hoggett.
Valued psychotherapy and counselling services are currently facing closure, threats of closure or various forms of downgrading. Some of these are psychoanalytically-based but the cuts are being experienced across the board.
A survey of over 800 members of the British Psychoanalytic Council and the UK Council for Psychotherapy working in the NHS found that in the last year there has been:
Increased negative outcomes for clients:
Rozsika Parker Prize 2015
Ann Scott, Editor-in-Chief, BJP writes: We are delighted to announce the results in the Rozsika Parker Prize 2015 – the third year of the competition. The following authors have been successful: