Welcome to clinpsy.org.uk

Written by Miriam, 2 weeks, 1 day ago

Welcome to clinpsy. If you are new here, you'll probably want to click on the "forum" tab, where there is always lots going on. We've got a wiki for the 250 questions we are asked the most often about clinical psychology in the UK, and lots of discussion topics - about 140,000 posts on 15,000 topics - as well as a livechat area where you can interact in real time with other members.

I've continued to blog about my life and psychology. Titles include:

Planning for failure? - Feb 3, 2018

Nature versus nurture revisited - Jan 20, 2018

Six degrees of separation - Jan 13, 2018

The tip of the iceberg - Oct 17, 2017

What is wellbeing? - Jun 29, 2017

Trauma and the return of hope - Jun 15, 2017

Sowing seeds - May 14, 2017

Unwanted approaches: An example of everyday sexism in my social network - Mar 4, 2017

My opinions about representing Clinical Psychology and the future of the British Psychological Society - Jan 31, 2017

A promise to my daughters - Jan 24, 2017

Sherlock jumped the shark - Jan 18, 2017

Disappointment - Jan 17, 2017

Spectator sports - Dec 29, 2016

Identity and Change - Nov 16, 2016

Why and what next? - Nov 14, 2016

Another sad day - Nov 9, 2016

Hiding in plain sight: On Louis Theroux and Jimmy Savile - Oct 4, 2016

Everyday madness - Oct 2, 2016

Exploiting the ignorant: From quack cures to the rise of Trump - Sep 28, 2016

Starting over: Selecting offices and staffing - Sep 21, 2016

Reflections on renting an office from Regus - Sep 1, 2016

Folding Stars: a blog about loss - Aug 21, 2016

Rape culture and blame - Aug 16, 2016

Spreading too thin - Aug 12, 2016

Seeking collaborator to change the world - Jul 20, 2016

Hope out of chaos - Jul 14, 2016

Not seeing the wood for the trees: A blog on progress and setbacks - Jun 28, 2016

Terrorism revisited - Jun 24, 2016

Is empathy finite? Part Two: Brock Turner - Jun 8, 2016

Is empathy finite? Part One: Richard Huckle - Jun 8, 2016

Where have all the flowers gone? - Jun 2, 2016

How do we know what we need: differentiating evidence based treatments for the public - May 29, 2016

Falling through the cracks: the current state of NHS mental health services - May 28, 2016

Why is there always a can of worms? - May 5, 2016

Reflecting back - May 5, 2016

Bedtime routine: The gift that keeps on giving - Apr 1, 2016

How to recruit (and what to do with my therapy company) - Mar 2, 2016

Gaining Influence - Mar 1, 2016

Some thoughts on causing offence: 2 Trigger Warnings - Feb 7, 2016

Some thoughts on causing offence: 1 Cultural Appropriation - Feb 7, 2016

Happily ever after: Some thoughts on trauma in the movies - Jan 27, 2016

Video games and violence - Dec 24, 2015

Wisdom, sycophants and advice that won’t work - Nov 24, 2015

Some thoughts on the recent atrocities in Paris - Nov 16, 2015

Tipping points (an unusually optimistic blog about entrepreneurship in delivering psychology) - Nov 6, 2015

Thinking about vulnerability and risk - Oct 19, 2015

If you build it they will come: The impact of making space in my professional life - Oct 12, 2015

An atheist view on the pope’s speech to congress - Sep 25, 2015

Talking about depression and seeking help - Sep 22, 2015

A note on the two 12 year old girls with “higher IQ than Einstein or Stephen Hawking” - Sep 9, 2015

Bump! - Sep 7, 2015

To the parent in the changing rooms this morning - Jun 7, 2015

Siblings, friends and vampire bats: a story of reciprocity - May 21, 2015

If the bigger picture is too depressing, look at the little picture - May 8, 2015

Getting organised - Apr 25, 2015

Giving psychology away: the positive ripples of training - Apr 25, 2015

Wisdom and reflection - Feb 17, 2015

All change! - Jan 22, 2015

How to prioritise - Dec 7, 2014

Confessions of a workaholic - Nov 20, 2014

Sifting through the hoard - Nov 8, 2014

The battle isn’t won yet: Why feminism still matters and is relevant to everyone - Oct 26, 2014

Between a rock and a hard place: when friendship and your professional role overlap - Oct 23, 2014

The double bind of trying to do research as a clinician - Oct 13, 2014

Dressing for the job: Presentation and the art of neutrality - Oct 12, 2014

High on scare, low on science: a tale of charity, politics and dodgy neuroscience - Oct 2, 2014

How much do you have to prove? A tale of the modern NHS marketplace - Sep 30, 2014

Slow burn: Reflecting on the emotional impact of working with chronic trauma - Sep 23, 2014

A shallow look at fat - Sep 17, 2014