Pandemic Psychology by Varda Silberberg
  • Author: Dr. Varda Silberberg
  • Language: English
  • Category: Non Fiction, General

Pandemic Psychology

Optimism, flexibility, and self-compassion – learn how the COVID pandemic prepared us for the next global crisis, one lesson at a time.

 

The 2019 COVID pandemic brought with it various challenges, most of which we will continue to feel years after the last COVID-19 patient leaves their hospital bed: personal, financial, social, and economic crises that took years to overcome. But can we turn those challenges into opportunities? Can we take what we experienced during COVID and somehow turn our past failures into future successes? Can yesterday’s health crisis help us overcome the global crisis of tomorrow?

In Pandemic Psychology, Dr. Varda Silberberg joins other experts and therapists in analyzing the personal and professional implications of COVID on the counseling and therapy world. With every chapter, Silberberg and her peers examine various psychological aspects that were fundamentally changed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Together, they extract the critical lessons both patients and professionals can implement today, such as:

  • Adopting technology to overcome social distancing
  • Creating and using hope as a driving force for personal success
  • Mourning and bereavement in times of isolation
  • Regaining control in the face of chaos and uncertainty
  • Finding ways to conquer uncertainty, anxiety, loneliness, and frustration

 

With various techniques and insights into the mental states of patients, consultants, and therapists, Pandemic Psychology prepares us for the potential complexities of the next global crisis through hope, positivity, care, creativity, and compassion – both for ourselves and those around us.

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