The Act of Living: A guide to achieving good mental health

Clinical psychologist Frank Tallis looks at the history of psychotherapy while providing practical advice on surviving these times of discontent and anxiety

9th January, 2021
The Act of Living: A guide to achieving good mental health
Frank Tallis looks at the history of those who have studied the human mind and explains how their learnings can help us to cope in our fast-paced world, advice that’s even more timely given the psychological damage wrought by the pandemic. Picture: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images

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The Act of Living

By Frank Tallis

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