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Steady: A Guide to Better Mental Health Through and Beyond the Coronavirus Pandemic Paperback – 27 January 2021


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  • Language: : English
  • Paperback : 240 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0995146101
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0995146105

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Following Dr Sarb Johal on social media has been my calm port in the pandemic storm. Now he's pulled all his gems together into a fascinating and very readable book, aptly named Steady Keeping Calm in a World Gone Viral. In Steady, Dr Johal draws on his 30 years of experience as a psychologist to offer evidence-based tips to help us all get through the pandemic. From managing home-schooling, to navigating the infodemic, there is something for everyone. Personally, I've adopted Dr Johal's advice to supplement my 5 daily servings of fruit and veg with the mental health equivalent.

-Dr Siouxsie Wiles, Microbiologist & Associate Professor at the University of Auckland

About the Author

Born in the UK where he trained as a Clinical Psychologist, Dr Sarb Johal's experience encompasses clinical practice, frontline services, policy development and Ministerial advice and strategic communications. Since 2009, he has helped the New Zealand and UK governments, as well as the World Health Organisation, develop psychosocial responses to some of the major crises of the last decade, including the H1N1 pandemic, the Canterbury earthquakes, the Kaikoura earthquake, the Christchurch mosque shootings and most recently, the Covid-19 pandemic. Dr Johal lives in Wellington, New Zealand, with his wife and young family.

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