Tomorrow marks the first Q&A session that the BACP will be running on the latest iteration of the SCoPEd project. I'm disappointed as I'm unable to attend it. It's taken until the past couple of days for spokespeople of the BACP to explain where they will be getting the questions from.
I have written a couple of posts in regards to Dr Kirsty Miller, a practicing psychologist, who wrote publicly of her decision to leave the British Psychological Society. She has taken it upon herself to reply to my articles (which I appreciate), and whilst I don't have much further to add to my original points, I would like to clarify a few points.
Two days ago I wrote about the letter that Dr Kirsty Miller posted in the Psychologist, her views and my own interpretations. Last night I noticed that the Psychologist had decided to pull the letter and put out a statement about their decision.
In her public letter to The Psychologist, Kirsty Miller expresses her views on why she has left the British Psychological Society. Now, I am not a psychologist, and not a member of the BPS. I do not know all their ethics and policies, but I am glad that they put out a statement against "racial injustice and [to] recommit to valuing diversity and fighting inequity". To see that a practicing psychologist (Miller) finds that this is offensive and that she does not "subscribe to similar world-views", I am deeply disappointed at this notion.