Disability and Society

Disability and Society

Joanna Griffin used her experience as a parent of a disabled child alongside her work as a psychologist to write Day by Day – a book that explores what helps, and hinders, parent carers’ emotional wellbeing. Research suggests that mental health,...
Radical Revenge – a short extract ahead of release

Radical Revenge – a short extract ahead of release

Despite its ubiquity, revenge is a surprisingly understudied subject.  In her new book, Renée Danziger develops the concept of radical revenge to give meaning to what might otherwise appear to be senseless acts of violence. Read an exclusive extract here: Pondering...
Covid and Control: Weddings in the Pandemic

Covid and Control: Weddings in the Pandemic

Annette Byford is the author of A Wedding in the Family which offers a fascinating insight into the wedding experience from the mother’s point of view.  Her book will not so much help readers to avoid wedding stress, but rather help them make sense of it.  Here,...
The Work of Uncovering Hidden Trauma

The Work of Uncovering Hidden Trauma

In Fathom: An Uncovering of Trauma, Lisa Dart shares a long and difficult story.  It is a story of emotional breakdown, of hidden trauma, and of hidden memories, brought to the surface and explored through the work of psychoanalysis.  Through talk with a...

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