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March 2015

Tricks of the Trade: Postgraduate Tales III – Organisational Psychology

Interviewers: Joint Project – Aleya Arziz Marzuki, Lydia Yeomans and Christos Ioannidis (Bugle Team)

Welcome to the Tricks of the Trade series, a project meant to bridge the gap between students! This interview scheme, brought to you by the Bugle team, is meant to bridge the gap between students of different years and help younglings learn from old-timers! Join us as fellow students share their thoughts about their uni experience and give a tip or two about how to get through life at Bedford Way!

For this part of the project, we have been interviewing three postgraduate students from different areas! So no matter what year you’re on, be sure to give this a good read. Your future career may be hiding in these paragraphs. Continue reading “Tricks of the Trade: Postgraduate Tales III – Organisational Psychology”

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Tricks of the Trade: Postgraduate Tales II – Clinical Psychology

Interviewers: Joint Project – Aleya Arziz Marzuki, Lydia Yeomans and Christos Ioannidis (Bugle Team)

Welcome to the Tricks of the Trade series, a project meant to bridge the gap between students! This interview scheme, brought to you by the Bugle team, is meant to bridge the gap between students of different years and help younglings learn from old-timers! Join us as fellow students share their thoughts about their uni experience and give a tip or two about how to get through life at Bedford Way!

For this part, we will be interviewing three postgraduate students from different areas! So no matter what year you’re on, be sure to give this a good read. Your future career may be hiding in these paragraphs. Continue reading “Tricks of the Trade: Postgraduate Tales II – Clinical Psychology”

Minding the Gap: On the Caveats of Mindfulness-Based Therapy

By: Christos Ioannidis (Bugle Team)

In recent years, the clinical realm has witnessed the rise of a new type of intervention revolving around the concept of “mindfulness”. Although still very young, the field of mindfulness is growing rapidly, with expert enthusiasm over the potential of mindfulness-based therapies being discernible.However, if left unchecked, this excitement could overshadow important issues concerning such interventions. Continue reading “Minding the Gap: On the Caveats of Mindfulness-Based Therapy”

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