12 August 2021Share
A Melbourne-based psychologist says he hopes Sydneysiders can benefit from Melbourne’s mental health lockdown learnings.
Australian Catholic University Professor John Munro, a respected psychologist and education expert, said important mental health lessons were learned during Melbourne’s 111-day lockdown – one of the world's longest.
Professor Munro says acceptance, regular routines, and connection to others are just some of the ways Melburnians coped best with their lockdown extension.
He has five top tips to offer Sydneysiders:
Professor Munro added mental wellbeing was crucial during lockdown and the five tips supported positive mental health.
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