Posted: Wednesday, 23 January, 2013 - 11:59

'Thinking Aloud'

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.

Posted: Monday, 21 January, 2013 - 11:19

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:


Student Path

Prize Winner