The Psychologist

‘When life was unbearable, horses helped us through’

This article by Roberta Caiazza has been published in The Psychologist. It begins: “Everything happens for a reason. 2019 wasn’t a great year for me, but I stumbled upon a Groupon voucher for a horseriding lesson. I’ve not looked back since….
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Exploring novel approaches to youth mental health

This article by Dr. Lawrence Howells has been published in The Psychologist. It begins: “Three years after qualifying as a clinical psychologist, I found myself facing a significant dilemma. I was asked to speak to college students about youth mental health…
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Therapists want guidance on prescription psychiatric drugs, survey confirms

Ella Rhodes, writing in  The Psychologist , on a survey led by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence: “Early findings from a recent survey of practising therapists provides compelling evidence that guidance for therapists to support them dealing with clients…
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Towards a more rounded curriculum

Writing in The Psychologist (Feb. 8th 2018), Esther Ford, a trainee Educational Psychotherapist, questions what is missing from the education system: might aspects of psychoanalytic thought be part of the answer? She says: “Like many, I am increasingly frustrated with our education…
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