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Author Talk: Dr. Ahona Guha - Life skills for a broken world

Dr. Ahona Guha will present a framework for living well and provide ideas on coping with anxiety and stress.

Life Skills

Ahona has written a revolutionary framework for living well; she is an acclaimed author and psychologist. She will talk about her new book Life Skills for a Broken World at South Melbourne's Emerald Hill Library.

In her book she shows how we can deal with our deepest life problems and anxieties such as how to cope with death. She proposes a revolutionary framework for living well in a broken world.

When and Where:
Tuesday 16 April 2024
6:30 pm to 8 pm
Emerald Hill Library
195 Bank St, South Melbourne

About the author

Her first book, Reclaim: understanding complex trauma and those who abuse was published by Scribe in 2023. She works with victims of abuse and trauma, and clients with a range of other difficulties — such as anxiety, depression, perfectionism, burn-out, and relationship problems. She also works with perpetrators of harmful behaviours to assess risk, and provides treatment to reduce the risk they pose to others.

Ahona writes widely for the media on matters related to mental health, health, social justice, and equity. Her work has appeared in The Age, The Guardian, and on SBS and ABC.

Reserve Your Spots

This is a FREE event and you can book via the link below.

Accessibility: This event is wheelchair accessible.

If you require any additional needs to enjoy this event, please contact us so we can help accommodate.

Phone: 9209 6655

Email: libprograms@portphillip.vic.gov.au