The Psychology of Covid-19: Building Resilience for Future Pandemics

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SAGE Publications, 30/01/2021 - 192 páginas
The Psychology of Covid-19 explores how the coronavirus is giving rise to a new order in our personal lives, societies and politics. Rooted in systematic research on Covid-19 and previous pandemics, including SARS, Ebola, HIV and the Spanish Flu, this book describes how Covid-19 has impacted a broad range of domains, including self-perception, lifestyle, politics, mental health, media, and meaning in life. Building on this, the book then sets out how we can improve our psychological and social resilience, to safeguard ourselves against the psychological effects of future pandemics.

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Dr Joel Vos, PhD, CPsychol is psychologist, philosopher and therapist. He works as Deputy Course Leader of the Professional Doctorate in Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling at the London New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, and as chair of the Meaningful Living Research Group at the Metanoia Institute in London. He chairs the IMEC International Meaning Conferences and is director of Meaning Online Ltd. Joel has over 70 research publications and three books on existential and societal topics. www.joelvos.com


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