Covid-19 Through the Lens of Mental Health in India Present Status and Future Directions
This book provides an in-depth understanding of the impact of COVID-19 on the psychological health of people and communities in India.
Focusing on the current discourse on mental health literacy in India, the book also analyses COVID-19-specific health beliefs and their convergences and divergences with COVID-19 protocols and advisories. It discusses the impact of the pandemic on survivors of COVID-19 including their quality of life, psychological well-being, and coping mechanisms while tackling loneliness, loss, and grief. It explores the psychological and social challenges which children have faced during the pandemic and offers techniques to address and adequately manage mental health challenges.
Grounded in theoretical and empirical research, this book will be of interest to students, teachers, and researchers of psychology, social psychology, mental health and wellness studies, and sociology. It will also be useful for academicians, social workers, healthcare workers, and psychologists.
1 Health Beliefs and Compliance to Health Behaviours During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Survey Among Indian Adults
ASHMITA MUKHERJEE, URMIMALA GHOSE AND TILOTTAMA MUKHERJEE
2 Unveiling Stigma: Exploring Mental Health Literacy in the Time of COVID-19 Pandemic
AVISIKTA BASU AND TILOTTAMA MUKHERJEE
3 Quality of Living in the Aftermath of a Pandemic
SUKANYA CHOWDHURY, TURFA AHMED AND TILOTTAMA MUKHERJEE
4 Impact of Loneliness and Cognitive Emotion Regulation in Psychological Well-being of Students During the Pandemic URMIMALA GHOSE AND TILOTTAMA MUKHERJEE
5 Nobody’s Child: Managing Mental Trauma of Children With Mental Health Issues
6 Empowering Through Solution-Focused Conversations: Context of COVID-19 Crisis
JASEEM KOORANKOT AND TILOTTAMA MUKHERJEE
7 Concluding Remarks – Current Standing and Future Directions
TURFA AHMED AND SUKANYA CHOWDHURY