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12th Worldwide Forum on Mental Health & Psychiatry, will be organized around the theme “Current issues and overcome in Mental Health”
Mental Health Congress 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Mental Health Congress 2020
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Mental health is the psychological condition of someone who is functioning at a higher level of emotional and behavioural condition. Greater than 200 categorized forms of mental illness conditions are there. Mental health includes an individual’s potential to enjoy life and create a balance between normal life activities and efforts to achieve human resilience. It is important in every stage of life, including childhood and adolescence through adulthood. Half of the mental health conditions begin at 14 and the remaining conditions develop by age of 24. Prevention of mental disorder at the young age may significantly decrease the risk that a child will suffer in the later life.
- Track 1-1Child and adolescent mental health
- Track 1-2School Mental Health
- Track 1-3HIV and Mental Health
- Track 1-4Psychology and Mental Health
- Track 1-5Religious Beliefs and Mental Health
- Track 1-6Mental health services and policies
- Track 1-7Human rights and mental health legislation
- Track 1-8E-Mental health and self-help
Psychiatry is defined as a proactive and positive approach to living that increases resiliency to stress by promoting life balance and contentment. It mainly concerns about maintaining mental, emotional and physical health. Focusing on mental health and wellness it is particularly important for people at risk for behavioural health conditions. People with mental or substance use disorders typically die earlier. Changes in one’s thoughts often go along with changes in our mental health. It is determined by overall patterns of thoughts, emotions, behaviors and body reactions. Having a good mental health is likely to help protect against development of many problems.
- Track 2-1Epidemiology of resilience
- Track 2-2Family resilience
- Track 2-3Psychological stress
- Track 2-4Resilience development programs
Human resilience has been termed as an individual’s ability to adapt for stress and adversity. Resilience is one’s ability to bounce back from a negative condition. It can be learned and virtually developed by any individual. It emerged as a major theoretical and research oriented topic from the studies of children of schizophrenic mothers. Different kinds of approaches to resilience building have been developed, gathering attention mainly on the theory and practice of rational emotive behaviour therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy. An emerging field in the study of resilience is the neurobiological basis of psychiatry.
- Track 3-1Psychological resilience
- Track 3-2Biological models of resilience
- Track 3-3Approaches to resilience
- Track 3-4Resilience and ability
There are many causes to get mental disorders. Individual’s genes and family history may play a vital role in our life. Biological factors can also be a part of this. Traumatic brain injury can lead to a serious mental dysfunction. A mother’s exposure to viruses or toxic chemicals during pregnancy may play a part in getting mental disorder. Other factors may increase the chance of risk such as drug addiction. Medications and counselling can help to cure many mental disorders. Different kinds of mental disorders like anxiety disorders, depression, mood disorders, personality disorders, psychotic disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse.
- Track 4-1Anxiety disorders
- Track 4-2Obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Track 4-3Effective Disorders
- Track 4-4Autism and Severe Developmental Disorders
- Track 4-5Complex Attachment Disorders
- Track 4-6Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Track 4-7Movement disorders
- Track 4-8Eating disorders
Clinical psychology is a branch of psychology which deals with practical application of research and involved in the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. The professionals, clinical psychologists classify their basic activities in three main headings, which includes treatment and research. Clinical psychologists are specialized in behaviour therapy, psychoanalysis, group therapy & family therapy. Research is very crucial in clinical psychology as their training in experimental clinical trials and statistical procedures and hence clinical psychologists are very important participants in the studies of mental health care.
- Track 5-1Counselling psychology
- Track 5-2Applied psychology
- Track 5-3Experimental psychology
A complex set of behaviours that include child neglect and the physical, emotional and sexual abuse of children. Child abuse includes punching, beating, kicking, biting, burning, shaking, or otherwise physically harming a child. Injuries that can be fatal include severe head trauma, scalding, burns, drowning, suffocation, trauma to the abdomen and poisoning. Child abuse should be reported, investigated, and stopped.
- Track 6-1Child homicide
- Track 6-2Domestic violence
- Track 6-3Abusive minds
- Track 6-4Sexual abuse
Psychological well-being is a basic piece of a woman’s general prospectus. Some mental health conditions happens more every now and again in women and can expect an essential part in the state of a woman’s general prosperity. 29 million American women, or around 23 per cent of the female masses, have experienced diagnosable mental prosperity associated turmoil in the latest year alone. Similar amount of male and female experiencing enthusiastic health issues globally, yet a couple of issues are more fundamental in female than male. Diverse social components put women at more genuine peril of poor enthusiastic health than men. In any case, women’s status to talk about their feelings and their strong casual associations can secure their mental prosperity.
- Track 7-1Treatment Issues for Women with Mental Illness
- Track 7-2Women & Psychiatric Disorders
- Track 7-3Womens Mental Health in Special Populations
- Track 7-4Mental status examination
Paediatric psychiatry is a specialty within psychiatry working with children and young people up to the age of 18, and their families. Working as a paediatric psychiatrist provides an opportunity to make a significant difference to the lives of the next generation. It is an interesting fact which has seen tremendous developments over the last two decades. Child psychiatry combines the rigours and science of medicine, with the art and creativity of therapy. The ability to analysing for young people and improve public mental health both are adding dimensions to the work that mean the possibilities are fruitful.
- Track 8-1Epidemiology of resilience
- Track 8-2Family resilience
- Track 8-3Psychological stress
- Track 8-4Resilience Development programs
There is certain reason behind addiction. In the case of drugs, alcohol and nicotine, these substances affect the way we feel, both physically and mentally. These feelings can be repeated and create a powerful urge to use the substances again. To get a better mental health condition we need to addict towards good deeds.
- Track 9-1Alcohol & drugs
- Track 9-2Drug and alcohol cultural issues
- Track 9-3Gambling
- Track 9-4Food and other addictions
- Track 9-5Phone and Internet Addictive Behaviors
- Track 9-6Innovative Models and Practice
Geriatric Psychiatry is the branch of Psychology dedicated to the study and the care of mental disorders in old aged people. Such disorders include depression, dementia, delirium, cognitive disorders and behavioural disturbances, psychosis, anxiety, substance abuse and sleep disorders. Some of these problems may have come on only in the later years.
- Track 10-1Geriatric counselling
- Track 10-2Geriatric nursing
- Track 10-3Dementia
- Track 10-4Alzheimer’s disease
A psychological disorder is a condition characterized by abnormal thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. Psychopathology is the study of psychological disorders including symptoms, causes and treatment. The term psychopathology can also refer to the manifestation of a psychological dysfunction.
- Track 11-1Schizophrenia
- Track 11-2Sleep disorders
- Track 11-3Eating disorders
- Track 11-4Bipolar disorders
Psychosomatic medicine is a newly licensed sub specialty in the field of psychiatry. It is also known as consultation-liaison psychiatry. It provides knowledge, practice and instruction in the relation between mental and physical illness. This field is connected with services like diagnosis, therapeutics and research of disorders in this particular area. Hence it connects psychiatry and other medical specialties, so that psychiatrists can discuss how to manage patients with psychosomatic dysfunction.
- Track 12-1Hypnosis
- Track 12-2Group therapy
- Track 12-3Psychoanalysis
- Track 12-4Drug abreaction
Anxiety is one of the most common forms of mental disorders. Anxiety can affect one’s health. If someone suffers from an anxiety disorder, research suggests that person may run a higher risk of experiencing physical health problems, too.
- Track 13-1Acute and chronic stress
- Track 13-2Social support
- Track 13-3Anxiety disorder
- Track 13-4Stress management
Mental illness awareness means acceptance and love rather than judgement and shame; it means an end to the stigma and the beginning of hope. Awareness basically starts in educating people to reduce stigma and improve quality of life for those with mental illness. Mental illness awareness is being comfortable talking about mental health without the fear of being judged for it. It's less stigma and less hatred towards those with mental illness. It means recognizing that mental illness is as real as any physical illness.
- Track 14-1Early Intervention
- Track 14-2Management of mental health disorders
- Track 14-3Cultural Understanding of wellness
- Track 14-4Cultural Models of Clinical Practice
- Track 14-5Etiology & Prevention of Mental Illness
- Track 14-6Psychological Aspects of Medical Illness
- Track 14-7Advance in diagnosis for mental health
- Track 14-8Brain-stimulation treatments
Individuals suffering from severe mental dysfunction require rehabilitation. The goal of psychiatric rehabilitation is to help disabled individuals to develop the emotional, social, physical and intellectual skills which are important to live, learn and work in the community with the least amount of professional support.
- Track 15-1Stress management programmes
- Track 15-2Rehabilitation for persons with psychiatric illness
- Track 15-3Electro-convulsive therapy
- Track 15-4Mental Health Counselling
- Track 15-5School mental health programmes
- Track 15-6Child Psychotherapy
Mental health or Psychiatric nursing is the specialty of nursing that cares for people of all ages with mental illness or mental distress, such as bipolar disorder, psychosis, schizophrenia, depression or dementia. Becoming a mental health nurse can be very gratifying, but it can be a stressful and emotionally draining job as well. As well as you can work full-time, part-time or casually in this field.
- Track 16-1Ethical and Legal Issues in Nursing
- Track 16-2Geriatric Mental Nursing
- Track 16-3Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing
- Track 16-4Forensic Psychiatric Nursing
The term positive psychology is a broad one, comprising a variety of techniques that encourage people to identify and further develop their own positive emotions, experiences and characteristics. In many ways, positive psychology builds on key topics of humanistic psychology.
- Track 17-1Hypnotherapy
- Track 17-2Psychotherapy
- Track 17-3Acupuncture therapy
- Track 17-4Interpersonal therapy
Psychopharmacology is the field of psychology and psychiatry dedicated to the study of drugs' effects on mood and behaviour. Of particular interest in this field is the study of the effectiveness, dosing, and indications for psychoactive drugs.
- Track 18-1Psycho pharmacological substances
- Track 18-2Psycho pharmacological medication
Though practicing yoga increases strength and flexibility, yoga and mental health have an admirable link with our mental health. Practitioners of yoga may acquire psychiatric benefits including an improved mood and reduced stress and anxiety.
- Track 19-1Yoga techniques
- Track 19-2Mindfulness criteria
Annual summit on Psychiatry and Mental Health conference would like to invite all the Eminent from the field of Psychiatry, Psychology, Neurology, Neuroscience, Child psychiatry, mental health and Depression treatment. Apart from researchers wold like to honour Professor, Head of psychiatry division, Students, Young researchers, PhD scholars and interested delegates. Kindly do join us at Dubai during November 14-15, 2019.
- Track 20-1Join Mental Health 2019 Dubai conference
- Track 20-2Global meet up