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On the Couch Magazine is 100 pages of advert free content, and packed full of features focusing on psychology, criminology, society and you. Whether you are diving into this world for the first time or have a life long passion, our magazine is the perfect read.
On the Couch subscriptions include a FREE subscription to INTERLUDE Magazine, our 64 page mindfulness and personal wellbeing companion.
Every issue of On the Couch Magazine + Interlude Magazine delivered to your door for only £29.99 for the year.
Helplessness in conflict
Inside the latest issue of On the Couch we explore how outer annoyance can create inner peace. Tell you how you can harness the power of your mind. Discover what happens when justice leads to injustice. Look at the damage to British Justice caused by the tsunami of social media myths. Explain why working memory is the key to remembering and ask where does the concept of ageing come from?
We also share a clinical psychologist’s expertise on how we can understand the feelings of helplessness caused by the war in Ukraine.
All our single issues are only £5.99 inc FREE UK P&P
The complementary companion to On the Couch Magazine
Interlude will inspire you to take some time to focus on your mindfulness and personal wellbeing. Every issue will creatively and lightheartedly explore some of the main topics in On the Couch through a mix of stories, features, interviews, discussions, news, lifestyle and more.
If you love On the Couch Magazine, we know you will love its new companion.
Every issue of Interlude Magazine delivered for only £19.99 for the year.
Interlude issue 1
Explore your senses
Inside our first issue of Interlude we explore our senses and the wonderful way they create a world full of vibrancy and emotions. We look at how we make sense of our world, delve into the psychology of colour and discover the wonder of aromas. Through our senses we create a complex connection to everything and everyone around us and we find out what happens when you lose your senses forever. We explore scent blindness, misophonia and ask should scent memory be used in a court as evidence?