As a counselling student, about to start my first placement hours, I am unexpectedly having to deal with the very real and painful loss of my grandmother.
In August, the Psychologist (which is the British Psychological Societies member magazine) published a misguided open letter by Dr Kirsty Miller. Her article created a twitterstorm (and comments on their website showed equal amounts of shock and dismay). I managed to engage with Dr Miller somewhat about the article and her views. The Psychologist proactively responded to many of the comments, the editor took responsibility, listened and then removed the article in question. They have actively continued to engage with their readership and the general public on the topic.
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.