Psychological counseling and its role in supporting mental health during crises (COVID-19 as a model)

Dr Yahia Shousha

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This book provides psychological guidance content that serves anyone who has experienced a psychological crisis due to a pandemic (like COVID-19), a life event, or has been negatively affected by exceptional circumstances that have mentally drained them and made it difficult to lead a normal life.

It is a research study that delves into the depths of the human psyche, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, examining its problems and refuting them. It describes the treatment to guide individuals towards safety. Psychological counseling has become an essential necessity in the era we live in; it is a friend for those who have no friend, a beacon for those in darkness, and a guide for those whose paths have been severed.”

Mr. Yahya Shousha:

Writer and author.
Holds a Bachelor's degree in Arts and Education from Al-Azhar University in Cairo, 2001.
Master's degree in Psychological Counseling from the European University in Hungary.
Doctorate in Mental Health from the European University in Hungary."

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