Psychology, Psychology in the world

Maintaining wellbeing while working from home: some practical strategies

In this post, Dr Hannah Evans, an Associate Lecturer in the School, offers timely advice on how to manage boundaries when you're using home as a workplace. Her suggestions are based on her PhD research on wellbeing and working from home. Working and living in the same space can merge the boundary between work and… Continue reading Maintaining wellbeing while working from home: some practical strategies

Psychology, Psychology in the world

Veterinary science and health psychology

Dr Jenny Lynden is a Staff Tutor in the School of Psychology and Counselling. She describes a seminar for veterinary students that drew on psychology and neuroscience to understand wellbeing in a veterinary context. On Saturday 23rd November Open University Staff Tutor and Health Psychologist, Dr Jenny Lynden, co-facilitated a day-long online seminar for over 50… Continue reading Veterinary science and health psychology

Counselling, Psychology, Social Psychology

Being a young interpreter

Sarah Crafter recently wrote a post with Humera Iqbal about being a young interpreter for the Migration Museum Project. We've reproduced the post here. To read the project's full series on the experience of running workshops with young people and schoolchildren, check out their website. ‘When I was small and I moved in Milan, I used… Continue reading Being a young interpreter