‘As public intellectuals, it is possible to be both polite and radical’ one on one with Anne Cooke
Cooke, A. 2017. ‘As public intellectuals, it is possible to be both polite and radical’ one on one with Anne Cooke. The Psychologist. 30, pp. 62-65.
An interview with Anne Cooke. Anne is a Director of the Doctoral Programme in Clinical Psychology at Canterbury Christ Church University, and current British Psychological Society Practitioner of the Year. The award recognises her work bringing psychologists and service users together to produce good-quality public information, including the Society’s public information report Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia (now revised – www.understandingpsychosis.net) and in fostering constructive public debate about mental health.
|Journal citation||30, pp. 62-65|
|Publisher||The British Psychological Society|
|01 Dec 2017|
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|Deposited||06 Mar 2018|
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