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Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

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Joseph Agassi

Emeritus Professor Tel-Aviv University and York University

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Brian Edward Bride

Georgia State University

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Hesham A. El-Beshbishy

Saudi Arabia

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Barg Jacob

Ashkelon Academic College

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Cynthia Stuhlmiller

University of New England

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Dr. Rochelle Lee

Executive Board Member for Society of Travel Medicine
South Africa

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Timothy Van Deusen

Medical Director, West Haven Mental Health Clinic Yale University School of Medicine

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Patricia M Kelley

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Radu Mutihac

University of Bucharest

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William S Jacobs

Medical College of Georgia

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Sylvia Kwok Lai Yuk Ching

City University
Hong Kong

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Stephanie Cacioppo

Assistant Professor

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About Conferences

Mental Health 2020 cordially invites you to the 4th International Conference on Mental Health, which is going to be at Vienna, Austria in the month of July from 15th to 16th, 2020. Mental Health 2020 is the platform where professionals, scientist and renowned people express and share their knowledge, which provides an innovative information to students and many other people who are suffering from psychological and mental disorders.

With the great zest, we cordially invite you to our summit that is “4th International Conference on Mental Health”. This particular conference mainly focuses on psychiatrists and mental health disorders and therapies. This summit dedicates, to the people working in the field of Psychology and Neurology.

4th International Conference on Mental Health is an annual meeting of renowned Psychiatrists as well as Psychological committees. This conference is primarily focuses to discuss the future of the Psychiatry, Psychological Syndromes, advancements, therapy and issues we are facing in the field of Psychiatry with mutual collaborations and organizational development.

Importance & Scope:

Psychiatry is the branch of medicine focused on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental, emotional and behavioral disorders. A psychiatrist is a medicinal specialist who represents considerable authority in psychological well-being, including substance utilizes clutters. Therapists are met all requirements to survey both the mental and physical parts of mental issues.

Our main goal is to make Annual Congress on Mental Health an extraordinary accomplishment with world class talks and discussion by the best Psychiatrists and Psychologists in the field. With an incredible support from recognized academicians in the field of Psychology and Psychiatry, Public Health experts, Mental Health Professionals, NGO Workers, researchers, scholastic researchers, industry specialists, Psychiatry analysts, we are highlighting many energizing scholarly projects including different boards, workshops, proclivity assemble snacks, paper introductions, and logical sessions by presumed therapists from everywhere throughout the world which makes our gathering the best of other psychiatry meetings.

International Conference on Mental Health Highlights includes:

We warmly welcome your presence among other eminent speakers..!!!



1. Mental Health

Mental health disorder includes one’s emotional, social and psychological well-being. It effects on how we think and act.  Mental health is incredibly necessary in each aspects of life from childhood to adolescence through adulthood because it determines how an individual handle stress, relation to others and make choices. In the span of life, an individual’s mood, thinking and behavior is affected if the individual experience mental state issues. There are several factors concerned behind experiencing this disorder i.e, Biological factors, life experience like abuse or trauma, family history having mental state issues. There are approximately 200 classified forms of mental illnessBipolar disorderschizophreniaanxiety disorder and dementia are some of the common disorders.

2. Women Mental health

Research demonstrates that women are more often than men diagnosed with depression (mainly certain symptoms). Women are more likely to develop a typical depression in winter, with a seasonal emotional disorder. A typical depression includes symptoms such as heavy sleep, food, weight gain, and feelings of guilt. Although men often direct their internal problems to the outside world, women tend to blame themselves and make them feel miserable and unworthy. Women experience mental disorder at the time of their hormonal change like perinatal depression, premenstrual dysphoric disorder and perimenopause related depression and during pregnancy.

3. Stress, Anxiety and Depression during pregnancy:

Pregnancy brings a mix of feelings, and all of them are not good. If you're feeling worried, you're not alone. Worry is common, mainly during a woman's first pregnancy or an unplanned one. It can be even harder if you're dealing with depression or anxiety. Mood swings are normal during pregnancy. Feeling nervous or down all the time, it could be a sign of something deeper going on. Stress over being pregnant, changes in body during the pregnancy, and everyday worries can take a toll. Some pregnant women have depression or anxiety. Pregnant women may have other mental health issues, such as Bipolar disorders, PTSD, Panic attacks, OCD, Eating disorders etc. It's important to treat mental health problems during pregnancy. Mothers who are depressed, anxious or having any other issue might not get the medical care they need. They might not take care of themselves during the pregnancy. All of these things may harm a growing baby.

4. Sexual Abuse and Substance Use Disorders:

Sexual abuse is considered as an undesirable sexual action with culprits harassment force generating threats or mistreatment of victims helpless to express consent. Once force is instant, short period or random, it is characterized as sexual assault. The term also covers any activity by a grownup or older teen towards a toddler to arouse any of the tangled sexually. The use of a youngster or other individuals younger than the age of consent, for sexual encouragement is mentioned as child sexual abuse or statutory rape. Substance use disorder (SUD) also called as drug use disorder; it is a state in which the exploitation of one or more constituents leads to a clinically important injury or pain. Although the term element will confer with any physical matter, 'substance' throughout this situation is limited to psychoactive drugs.

5. Child abuse

Child abuse is not the physical violence directed at a child. Child abuse can occur in home and abuser is in the form of their parents, caregiver and sometimes they are abused by other adults to whom they are dependent like teachers, nursery workers. Abuses on child are not every time intentional but if their parents and caregivers are no longer caring for the child then this results into dysfunctional behavior and abuse.

6. Adult & Geriatric Psychiatry

Geriatric psychiatry highlights the biological and psychological aspects of normal aging, the psychiatric effect of physical illness and primary psychiatric disturbances of older age. Geriatric psychiatrists focus on diagnosis and treatment of mental health issues that occurs commonly in older patients, such as dementiadepressionanxiety, late life addictiondisorders and schizophreniain. In recent studies, it was found that an calculable 20.4 % of adults aged sixty five and more meets the criteria for a psychological disorder victim.

7. Psychiatry & Psychology

Psychologists and psychiatrists operate in the same general field of counselling and studying human behavior. However, there are many differences between these two positions, however both work in tandem to treat patient from both a behavioral and clinical viewpoint. Both the field has broad spectrum of research focus. The ongoing research works are intensely focused on social and psychological aspect to interpret the nature and treatment of mental disorders. This has led to an increased number of scientific research papers being published in this field.  As a result of its complex development and proliferated research works, psychiatry is now well accepted branch of medicine.

8. Addiction

Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain that results when a person ingests a substance (e.g., alcohol, drugs, nicotine) or engages in an activity (e.g., gambling, sex, eating habit) that leads to characteristic psychological, social and spiritual manifestations. Addictions can be extremely pleasurable but the continued use/act of which becomes addictive and interferes with ordinary life responsibilities such as health, relationships or work. Like other chronic diseases, it often involves cycles of relapse and remission. Without proper treatment or early engagement in recovery activities, it is progressive and can result in disability or even premature death.

9. Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders are gaining more importance in the society day by day. It has been found that around 60-80 million of the total population of United States experience sleep or wakefulness disorder. Even though there is no evidence which indicates that sleep disorders are a cause of psychiatric disorders but sleep and psychiatric disorders such as depression and schizophrenia are closely related to each other. In addition, people with psychiatric disorders have other sleep problems, including sleepiness during the day, nightmares and fatigue. It is particularly common in patients with depressionanxiety, bipolar disorder, and disorders like ADHDNeuroimaging and neurochemistry studies suggest that a good night sleep helps stimulate both mental and emotional resilience.


10. Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a long-lasting and severe physiological disorder that disturbs the person thinking, feelings, and behavior. Individuals with schizophrenia may appear like they have lost touch with reality. It is characterized by delusions, hallucinations, and alternative cognitive problems, schizophrenia disorders can often be a lifelong fight. Schizophrenia has three phases – prodromal (beginning), acute (active) and recovery (residual). Psychiatrists evaluate signs, examinations, and medical history; recommend medicines and psychotherapy for treatment. Schizophrenia generally tends to occur in between 16 to 30 age groups. Development of the symptoms occurs slowly, such that individual cannot know that it has been developing.

11. Stress and Traumatic Disorders

Stress is the term used to portray the point of view in which the individual experiences a distortion or loss of contact with this present reality. It is caused in light of a genetic issue. This mental state is portrayed by the proximity of dreams, visualizations just as thought issue. It impacts each 3 out of every 100 people. People experiencing psychosis may show character changes and thought issue. Psychosis can in like manner be energized by unpleasant experiences, stress or physical conditions, for instance, Parkinson's sickness, and mind tumour or in light of medicine misuse, alcohol misuse. It is bound to be broke down in energetic adults and in any sort of individuals. Particular sorts of psychosis fuse prescription or alcohol related psychosis, common psychosis, brief responsive psychosis and crazy issue. It is dissected through a psychological evaluation. Treatment includes Rapid Tranquilizer, Drugs and medicine, medications. The possibility of the session includes attempts made to recovery and examination.

12. Anxiety disorders:

Anxiety disorders are very common and it has been measured that more than one-fourth of the all-inclusive community will encounter a genuine nervousness problem among their lifetime. Anxiety can cause physical symptoms like pain, a pounding heart or stomach cramps, hot and cold flushes, feeling tight in breathing, shaking, etc. Individuals who have less emotionally stable or who have high anxiety levels tend to experience specific events more stress than others. Patients with anxiety disorder do not have any difference in their actual physical response to stress like heart rate, blood pressure, or release of stress hormones compared to people without anxiety.

13. Depression:

Depression is a common mental disorder that causes due to depressed mood, loss of interest or pleasure, feelings of guilt or low self-worth, sleeplessness or appetite, low energy, and poor concentration. It affects any age group of people living with depression is very difficult. Some talking therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), counselling, and psychotherapy work well for people suffering from depression. When the condition is critical anti-depressants are recommended to patients suffering from depression but they may have some side effects. Depression is a mental illness and even life threatening. The depressed person feels suicidal at that stage.

14. Sexual Abuse and Substance Use Disorders:

Sexual abuse is considered as an undesirable sexual action with culprits harassment force generating threats or mistreatment of victims helpless to express consent. Once force is instant, short period or random, it is characterized as sexual assault. The term also covers any activity by a grownup or older teen towards a toddler to arouse any of the tangled sexually. The use of a youngster or other individuals younger than the age of consent, for sexual encouragement is mentioned as child sexual abuse or statutory rape. Substance use disorder (SUD) also called as drug use disorder; it is a state in which the exploitation of one or more constituents leads to a clinically important injury or pain. Although the term element will confer with any physical matter, 'substance' throughout this situation is limited to psychoactive drugs.

15. Suicide and Self-harm

Self-harming behaviours continue to be a major issue in the world. This is particularly true for young people, whose self-harm rates exceeds than those for adults. Research shows that self-harming behaviours frequently starts in adolescence and is particularly frequent in repressive home environment. On the other hand, suicide is an act of taking own life intentionally. Recent studies show men’s are five times more likely to die from suicide than women but number of attempts is in case of women. Most commonly it is done by hanging, cutting, burning, drug overdose etc. There are a various therapeutic methods used in the treatment of suicidal behavior and self-harm that may include medications and therapy managements.

16. Cancer’s effect on mental health:

Any serious illness impacts our mental health. For patients, caregivers, and their beloved ones, going through cancer can be a devastating experience. Receiving a potentially fatal diagnosis, going through treatment protocols, and learning to live with limitations will cause depression in many patients, as side effects from the treatment itself. Managing mental health desires could be a crucial part of the treatment process, and may even impact prognosis. Some patients may lose the ability to be independent. Others find that energy levels plummet and activities that were once a source of enjoyment are no longer possible. Care should be given to allow the cancer patient to experience their disease in whatever manner is best for them. Cancer treatments may also cause depression and anxiety. A side effect of chemotherapy known as chemo brain can cause fatigue, depression, mental fog, and other forms of cognitive impairment.

17. Autistic Spectrum Disorder:

Autistic Spectrum Disorder is a progressive disorder categorized by troubles in social communication and by limited or monotonous patterns of thought and activities. Some individuals are slightly weakened by their symptoms, while others are rigorously incapacitated. Treatments and amenities can improve an individual’s symptoms and capacity to function. People with autism spectrum disorder could harvest other difficulties, like being intolerably sensitive to light, noise, clothing, or temperature. They will additionally experience sleep, digestion issues, and irritability. ASD is exceptional in that it’s common for people with autism spectrum disorder to own numerous strengths and capabilities additionally to challenges.

18. Mental Health & Rehabilitation

Recovery incorporates all the distinctive manners by which somebody with a dysfunctional behavior can inspire help to limit the impacts of the ailment. Numerous individuals distinguished with psychological maladjustment accomplish quality and recuperation through partaking in individual or gathering treatment. Numerous sorts of treatment choices are accessible. They can pick either single treatment or blend of medicines that works best. The distinctive medications incorporate Medication, Complementary, Psychotherapy, Case the executives, Alternative Medicine and some more. Advancements in the scope of proof based drugs, treatments and psycho-social administrations, for example, mental restoration, lodging, work and friend underpins have made prosperity and recuperation a reality for individuals living with psychological well-being conditions. Stress the board programs. Rehabilitation for person’s with psychiatric illness.

19. Human Resilience

Mental strength is a person's capacity to adjust to misfortune and stress. Strength is the capacity to skip once more from a negative ordeal. It developed as a noteworthy hypothetical and research point for the examining offspring of schizophrenic moms. Various ways to deal with strength building have been created, assembling consideration for the most part on the hypothesis and routine with regards to subjective conduct treatment and balanced emotive conduct treatment. A developing field in the investigation of flexibility is the neurobiological premise of strength to push. The point of the session is to comprehend about, strength, its natural models and methodologies, capacity and mental versatility.

20. Pharmacology and Drug Development

Psychopharmacology is characterized as a logical report that manages the impact of medications has on sensation, state of mind, considering, and conduct. Psychopharmacology is recognized from Neuropsychopharmacology that underlines the relationship between's medication instigated changes inside the working of cells inside the sensory system and changes in awareness and conduct. Psychoactive medications cooperate basically with specific receptors or target locales found in the sensory system to prompt boundless changes in mental or physiological capacities. The connection among medications and their receptors is alluded as medication activity, and the across the board changes in mental or physiological capacity are alluded as medication impact.

21. Management and Treatment of Mental Health Issue

Treatment fuses all the unmistakable courses in which someone with a passionate disorder can rouse limit the effects of the infection. Various people perceived with passionate shakiness achieve quality and recovery through looking into individual or social affair treatment. Various sorts of treatment options are open. They can pick either single treatment or mix of drugs that works best. The assorted prescriptions join MedicationComplementaryPsychotherapy, Case organizationAlternative Medicine and some more. Progressions in the extent of evidence based drugs, medicines and psycho-social organizations, for instance, mental reclamation, cabin, employment and partner sponsorships have made flourishing and recovery a reality for people living with enthusiastic health conditions.

22. Children, Youth and Depression

Globally, more than 350 million people live with depression. The illness often starts between the ages of 15 to 30 and eventually affects the elder ones. The identification, development and evaluating early intervention, prevention and treatment strategies, and determining the most effective approaches for children and youth with depression is necessary.


Market Analysis

Market Analysis:

Mental Health Research & funding opportunities globally:

Mental diseases or psychotherapeutic conditions are classified for a fixed period as abnormal thoughts, feelings and behaviors, causing distress or physical or emotional impairment. These include a wide variety and often require medical or clinical treatment. Conditions may be caused by a genetic, chemical or anatomical biological origin, or by a psychological origin such as trauma or conflict.

Mental disorders represent 14% of disease around the world; yet they get a normal of just 50% of one percent (0.5%) of wellbeing spending in low-salary nations (WHO ATLAS 2011). 73% of the cash spent on emotional wellness by national governments is spent on psychiatric clinics, instead of on community care.

The United States was the biggest maker of psychological well-being research, with 36 percent of all papers having no less than one US-based author. The United States was likewise home to 31 percent of the research funders distinguished, with the most unmistakable being associations and offices inside the national government. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) were the main two funders by and large, yet other research funders, for example, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the National Institute on Aging, and the Department of Veterans Affairs, likewise included in the main ten worldwide funders.

Despite government funders supporting the most papers (being referred to on 67 percent of the papers with subsidizing affirmations), we found that charities, foundations, and not-for-profit organizations were recognized as the division with the biggest number of research funders, speaking to 39 percent of the funders recognized by scientists in general. This segment was a blend of little and new charities and foundations and larger, more well-established organizations, for example, the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation (charity in the United States) and the Welcome Trust (in the United Kingdom).

Market Growth of mental health research in the last and upcoming ten years

North America has the greatest market for mental health programming, anticipated by Europe. As per BBC investigate the worldwide market for drugs regarding mental disorders was esteemed as $70.1 billion in 2012 and is evaluated to have declined marginally too about $69 billion in 2013 and by 2018 it points the market development around to $77.1 billion.

Globally, depression affects about 400 million, dementia affects about 35 million, while Schizophrenia which affects about 21 million people. Unipolar (also known as Major) depressive disorder is the third leading cause of disability worldwide, of any condition mental or physical, accounting for 65.5 million years lost. Overall list, responsible for 23.7 million DALYs globally, while other drug-use disorders accounted for 8.4 million. Schizophrenia causes a total loss of 16.8 million DALY, and bipolar disorder 14.4 million. Panic disorder leads to 7 million years lost, obsessive-compulsive disorder 5.1, primary insomnia 3.6, and post-traumatic stress disorder 3.5 million daily. Over one’s entire lifetime, the average American has a 47.4 percent chance of having any kind of mental health disorder. It has been reported that, in Germany, depression is ten times more frequent.


Mental Illness in Europe:

Mental health problems affect about 84 million people in the EU, according to the latest estimates from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. That’s more than one in six people facing problems that range from anxiety to depression to drug and alcohol addiction, as well as severe mental illnesses like bipolar or schizophrenic disorders.

Such problems come at a high personal and social cost. Across EU countries, over 84,000 people died due to mental health problems or by suicide in 2015. Add to this people with mental health problems who die prematurely from physical causes, such as untreated chronic diseases. The overall costs related to mental ill-health in the EU-28 are estimated to have exceeded 4% of GDP, or more than €600 billion, in 2015. This includes both direct spending on health systems and social security programmes, and indirect costs related to the likes of lower employment and lower productivity. These are also conservative estimates, as they do not consider social assistance or work-injury benefits, or the fact that the costs of treating a physical illness tend to be higher if the patient also has a mental illness. Impacts on carers and co-workers have not been included either.





Top Psychiatry & Psychology Universities Worldwide:

Europe Universities:

University of Bristol | King's College London | University of Stirling | Robert Gordon University | Cardiff University | University of Essex | University of the Arts London | University College London | University of Kent | The University of Warwick | The University of Manchester | Swansea University | Internal Medicine Conferences | Alliance Manchester Business School | Lancaster University | Mental Health Conferences | The University of Edinburgh | University of Cambridge | Mental Disorder Conferences | University of Oxford | University of Glasgow | Newcastle University | University of Liverpool | Loughborough University | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | Public Health Conferences | University of Leicester | University of Surrey | Community Mental Health Conferences | University of Strathclyde | Aston University | Cognitive Psychology Conferences | Coventry University | University off Portsmouth | Mental Illness Conferences | University of Hull | Psychotherapy Conferences | Northumbria University At Newcastle | Psychiatry Conferences | University of Huddersfield | University of Central Lancashire | Leeds Beckett University | London Southbank University | University of Birmingham | Clnical Psychology Conferences | University of Leeds | University of Southampton | Queen Mary University of London | Psychological Medicine Conferences | University of Aberdeen | The University of Exeter | General Psychiatry Conferences | University of Bath | Social Science Conferences University of Sussex | University of Dundee | Bangor University | Child Mental Health Conferences | Keele University | University of Bradford | Mental Health Conferences | Plymouth University | University of Hertfordshire | University of Salford | University of Bedfordshire

USA Universities:

George Washington University | Psychoeducation Conferences | University at Buffalo Suny | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | Hofstra University | Stanford University | Harvard University | California University | University of Chicago | Yale University | University of Pennsylvania | University of Michigan | General Psychiatry Conferences | University of Wisconsin-Madison | Boston University | The Ohio State University | Behaviour Limitation Conferences | University of South Florida | University of Central Florida | Psychological Medicine Conferences | Johns Hopkins University | Northwestern University | Carnegie Mellon University | Mental Disorder Conferences | Brown University | University of Texas | Georgia Institute of Technology | Psychotherapy Conferences | University of North Carolina | Rice University | Pennsylvania State University | Washington University | University of Maryland | University of Pittsburgh | Emory University | Mental Illness Conferences | Cognitive Psychology Conferences | Psychological Medicine Conferences | University of Minnesota | Public Health Conferences | General Psychiatry Conferences | University of Florida | Psychiatry Conferences | Internal Medicine Conferences | University of Colorado Boulder | Social Science Conferences | University of Rochester | Clnical Psychology Conferences | Texas A&M University | University of Illinois | Psychology Conferences | Arizona State University | Positive Psychology Conferences | Vanderbilt University | Case Western Reserve University | Mental Disorder Conferences | University of Notre Dame | Georgetown University | Psychotherapy Conferences | Behaviour Limitation Conferences | The University of Arizona | Tufts University | University of Massachusetts Amherst | University of Miami | North Carolina State University | Rutgers University | Social Science Conferences | Indiana University | The Katz School At Yeshiva University | University of Hawaii | Northeastern University | University of Kansas | University of Utah | Internal Medicine Conferences | University of lowa | University of Connecticut | Psychoeducation Conferences | University of Delaware | Wake Forest University

Asian Universities:

Tsinghua University | Fudan University | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | Shanghai Jiao Tong University | Zhejiang University | Nanjing University | Huazhong University | General Psychiatry Conferences | Behaviour Limitation Conferences | University of Shanghai For Science and Technology | Public Health Conferences | Shenzhen University | Ural Federa University | Mental Illness Conferences | Public Health Conferences | Edity Cowan University | Psychoeducation Conferences | Psychological Medicine Conferences | University of Tasmania | Psychology Conferences | Psychotherapy Conferences | Social Science Conferences | University of Wollongong | The University of Western Australia | National University of Singapore | The University of Sydney | Novosibirsk State University | Cognitive Psychology Conferences | The Australian National University | Monash University | The University of Newcastle | Tomsk State University | Russian State Social University | Bond University | Mental Disorder Conferences | Deakin University | Griffith University | Korea University | Behaviour Limitation Conferences | Victoria University | Mental Illness Conferences | Waseda University | Mental Health Conferences | University of South Australia | Psychological Medicine Conferences | Curtin University | Positive Psychology Conferences | Clnical Psychology Conferences | Singapore Management University | Seoul National University | Mental Disorder Conferences | Social Science Conferences | The University of Adelaide | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | Murdoch University | University of Canberra | Psychoeducation Conferences | Western Sydney University | Psychiatry Conferences | General Psychiatry Conferences | Lobachevsky University | Psychotherapy Conferences | University of Santo Tomas | Volgograd State University | SRM University | Effat University | Siberian Federal University | The University of Tokyo | Community Mental Health Conferences | Kyoto University | University of Bern | University of Basel | Charles University | Keio University | University of Tsukuba | University of Tartu | Kobe University | Sogang University | University of Delhi | Okayama University | Internal Medicine Conferences | Doshisha University | University of Calcutta

African Universities:

University of Port Elizabeth | Pan Africa Christian University | Midrand Graduate Institute | University Of Johannesburg | University Of South Wales | UNICAF University | Psychology Conferences | Psychoeducation Conferences | Middlesex University Mauritius | Mental Illness Conferences | University of the Western Cape Behaviour Limitation Conferences | Rhodes University | Psychological Medicine Conferences | Stellenbosch University | University of Kwazulu Natal | Mental Health Nursing Conferences

Psychiatry & Psychology Societies:

African Association of Psychiatrists and Allied Professions (AAPAP) | Alternative Federative des Associations de Psychiatry (ALFAPSY) | American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry (AAPDP) | Mental Health Conferences | American Association of Community Psychiatrists | General Psychiatry Conferences | American Heart Association | Public Health Conferences | Internal Medicine Conferences | American Society of rehabilitation, USA | Anxiety and Depression Association of America | Arab Federation of Psychiatrists (AFP) | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | Association for Psychological Science | Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness | Psychological Medicine Conferences | Psychotherapy Conferences | Association for Transpersonal Psychology | Associations & Societies with Psychiatry research in Dubai | Psychology Conferences | Psychotherapy Conferences | Cognitive Psychology Conferences | Mental Disorder Conferences | Associations& Societies with Psychiatry research in Asia | Behaviour Limitation Conferences | Australian Psychological Society | Bangladesh Association of Psychiatrists | Positive Psychology Conferences | Bolivian Society of Psychiatry | Internal Medicine Conferences | Psychoeducation Conferences | Clnical Psychology Conferences | British Psychoanalytical Society | Community Mental Health Conferences | British Psychological Society | Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies | Canadian Psychological Association | Mental Disorder Conferences | Chinese Society of Psychiatry | Dubai Health Authority | Emirates Medical Association  | Emirates Medical Association  | Emirates Psychiatry Society | European Federation of Associations of Families of Persons with Mental Illness(EUFAMI) | European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees (EFPT) | European Federation of Psychologists Associations  | European Federation of Psychology Students' Associations | Experimental Psychology Society | German Neuroscience Centre | Mental Illness Conferences | German Psychological Association | Goy Psychological Center | Public Health Conferences | General Psychiatry Conferences | Human Factors and Ergonomics Society | Indian Society of Social Psychiatry | Indonesian Psychiatric Association | Psychological Medicine Conferences | Institute of Professional Psychologists | International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology | International Association of Applied Psychology | International Association of Ethno psychologist and Ethno psychotherapists | International Council of Psychologists  | International Early Psychosis Association  | International Literature and Psychology Conference | International Psychoanalytic Association | Clnical Psychology Conferences | International School Psychology Association | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | Psychiatry Conferences | International Society for Comparative Psychology | International Society for Intelligence Research | Behaviour Limitation Conferences | International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis (ISPS) | Social Science Conferences | International Society for Research on Aggression | International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development | International Society for the Study of Individual Differences | Mental Disorder Conferences | General Psychiatry Conferences | International Society of Political Psychology | Child Mental Health Conferences | Mental Disorder Conferences | Social Science Conferences | Community Mental Health Conferences | International Society on Infant Studies | Latin American Psychiatric Association (APAL) | Psychology Conferences | Positive Psychology Conferences \ Life Works Holistic Centre | Malaysian Psychiatric Association | Mental Healthcare Organization of Uganda(MHOU) | Myanmar Medico-Psychological Society Saudi Association of Psychology  | Saudi Psychiatric Society,  Riyadh | Society of Neurology, Psychiatry & Neurosurgery | Clnical Psychology Conferences | The American Centre for Psychiatry | The World Federation of Psychiatric Societies | Behaviour Limitation Conferences | Ukrainian Society for rehabilitation – UKRAINE | Psychotherapy Conferences | World Association for Dynamic Psychiatry

Psychiatry & Psychology Global Conferences:

Europe Conferences:

European Federation of Sport Psychology (BASES-FEPSAC) Conference, November 28-29, 2019 Nottingham, UK | Mental Health Conferences | Mental Illness Conferences | European Federation of Psychology Teachers Associations (EFPTA), April 13-14, 2019 Reykjavik, Iceland | Public Health Conferences | International Conference on Eating Disorder and Obesity, April 12 - November 10, 2019 Amsterdam, Netherlands | Biennial International Seminar on the Teaching of Psychological Science, July 9 - 13, 2019 Paris, France | 2nd World Congress on Nutrition and Obesity Prevention Source, April 19-21, 2019 Spain | Psychology Conferences | 19th Global Neurologists Annual Meeting, May 14-15, 2019 Rome, Italy | Positive Psychology Conferences | 3rd International Congress of Clinical and Health Psychology on Children and Adolescents November 16-18, 2019 Seville, Spain | 9th World Congress, World Institute of Pain, May 9-12, 2018 Dublin, Ireland | General Psychiatry Conferences | 10th International Congress and 15th National of Clinical Psychology, November 16-19, 2019 Santiago de Compostela, Spain | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | 32nd International Conference on Mental and Behavioral Health, April 22-23, 2020 Kyoto, Japan | Internal Medicine Conferences | 19th International Organization of Psychophysiology (IOP) World Congress, September  4-8, 2018 Lucca, Italy | Cognitive Psychology Conferences | 23rd World Congress of the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions, July 23-27, 2019 Prague, Czech Republic | Psychoeducation Conferences | 2nd Annual summit on Psychiatry and Mental Health, Aug 10-11, 2020, London, UK | 31st CINP World Congress: Neuro Psycho Pharmacology: Meeting Global Challenges with Global Innovation, June 16-19, 2019 Vienna, Austria 

USA Conferences:

International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP), July 1-5, 2018 Guelph,Ontario, Canada | Social Science Conferences | International Association for Relationship Research 2018 Conference, July 12-16, 2019 Fort Collins,  Colorado, USA | Positive Psychology Conferences | Mental Disorder Conferences | 46th Annual Meeting International Neuropsychological Society, Feb. 14-17, 2019 Washington, D.C., USA | 50thAnnual Meeting of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, November 8-10, 2019 District of Columbia, USA | Mental Illness Conferences | Internal Medicine Conferences | 3rd International Conference On Depression, Anxiety and Stress Management June 21-22, 2019 London, UK | Psychotherapy Conferences | 16th World Congress On Psychiatry And Psychological Syndromes April 24-25, 2019 Las Vegas, USA | 3rd International Conference On Mental Health And Human Resilience June 21-23, 2017 London, UK | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | 17th World Summit On Positive Psychology,  Psychotherapy & Cognitive Behavioral Sciences May 01-03, 2019 Toronto, Canada | 23rd International Conference On Adolescent Medicine & Child Psychology September 28-29, 2019 Berlin, Germany | 24th International Conference On Psychiatry & Psychosomatic Medicine October 12-14, 2019 London, UK | Psychology Conferences | 25th World Summit On Psychology,  Psychiatry & Psychotherapy October 19-20,  2019 San Francisco, USA | 2nd International Congress On Forensic Science And Psychology October 12-13, 2019, Park Inn by Radisson London, UK | 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology,  June 25-30,  2018 Montreal,  Canada | 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS),  November  9-11, 2019 Chicago,  Illinois,  USA | 20th Euro Congress On Psychiatrists And Psychologists August 07-08, 2019 Rome,  Italy | Community Mental Health Conferences | General Psychiatry Conferences | Caribbean Regional Conference on Psychology 2018,  November 12-16,  2019 Havana | Cuba  International Society for Developmental Psychobiology Annual Meeting, October 31-Nov02, 2019 San Diego,  California, USA | 19th Global Congress On Pediatricians & Child Psychiatry July 12-13,  2019 Chicago,  USA | World Congress of Medical & Clinical Hypnosis, August 22-25, 2018 Montreal,  Canada | 2nd Annual Conference on Academic Research, February 26-27, 2019 Las Vegas,  Nevada | Internal Medicine Conferences | 7th International Conference on Community Psychology, October 5-7, 2018 Santiago, Chile | 21st ICIS (International Congress on Infant Studies): Building Bridges,  June 29 - July 3,  2019 Philadelphia,  Pennsylvania,  USA | Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, July 4-7, 2019  San Antonio, Texas, USA 

Asia Conferences:

26th International Conference on Psychology & Language Research, Dec 21-22, 2019, Dubai, UAE |  3rd Annual International Conference on Spirituality and Psychology (ICSP 2018), March 13-15, 2018 Bangkok, Thailand | 4th International Conference on Education,  Psychology and Society, March 22,2019, Tokyo, Japan | Mental Illness Conferences | 5th Arab Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect(ArabCAN2019), November 19-22, 2019 Dubai, United Arab Emirates | Public Health Conferences | 5th International Conference on Education and Psychological Sciences,  January 27-28, 2018, Seoul,  Korea | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | Conference on Applied Psychology (SCAP 2019),  June 21-22,  2019 Singapore | International Conference on Public Mental Health & Neurosciences, Nov 27-28, 2019, Mumbai, India | Mental Disorder Conferences |  International Congress on Current Debates in Social Sciences, December 14-16, 2019 Istanbul, Turkey | Cognitive Psychology Conferences | Internal Medicine Conferences | International Family Therapy Association, March 8-10, 2019 Bangkok,Thailand | Psychoeducation Conferences | The Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioural Sciences 2019, March 22 - 24, 2019 Kobe, Japan | Social Science Conferences

Africa Conferences:

20th International Conference on Psychology, Cognitive, Education and Behavioural Science Nov 15-16,  2019 Cape Town, South Africa | 20th International Conference on Psychiatry and Mental Disorders Nov 15-16,  2019, Cape Town, South Africa | 24th International Conference on Psychology, Language and Teaching Nov 28-29 Cape Town,  South Africa | Social Science Conferences | Africa Positive Psychology Conference April 4-7, 2019 Potchefstroom  Pan-African  | Psychoeducation Conferences | 5th Global Mental Health Summit 2019,  Feb 8-9,  2019 Johannesburg, South Africa | Positive Psychology Conferences | 11th Kasr Al Ainy Annual International Psychiatry Congress Feb 21-22,  2019 Egypt | Psychology Conferences | 20th International Conference on Developmental Psychology, Nov 15-16,  2018 Cape Town,  South Africa | Psychology Congress Sept 6, 2019 Durban | 20th International Conference on Psychology and Pharmacology Nov 15-16,  2019,  Cape Town,  South Africa

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Advatech Healthcare Europe Ltd | Mental Health Conferences | Aumont FranceAutism Europe | Bonnet Olivier Marie Denis | Brovet-Europe | Building Families Europe SL | Public Health Conferences | Centre De Sexologie Paris | Clinic Europe | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | Daniel Elina Joelle | Mental Disorder Conferences | Docteur Jean Francois | Behaviour Limitation Conferences | Dr. Rossella Mainieri | Child Mental Health Conferences | Dunbar Education Recruitment  Specialists | Internal Medicine Conferences | General Psychiatry Conferences | European Association For Counselling | European Federation Of Psychologists Associations |Psychotherapy Conferences |European Medical Centre | European Psychiatric Association | Cognitive Psychology Conferences | Psychological Medicine Conferences | Fidelio Val D'europe | Psychoeducation Conferences | Hakomi Institute Of Europe | Hospital Center Jacques Lacarin | Social Science Conferences | Intellireport Europe BV | Psychology Conferences | Lapnlpourlesenfants | Medical Center Europe SRL | Montaigne Daigle Annick | Mossbourne Community Academy | Northfleet School For Girls | NYKET Center Europe | Pantoproject Europe | Psychiatrawarszawa.EU | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | Psychology Counseling Center Europe | Psychoterapia ZMIANY.EU | Quak Psychocare | Mental Disorder Conferences | Public Health Conferences | Rousset Nathalie | Positive Psychology Conferences | Scott Associates Europe Ltd | The European College Of Hypnotherapy


Allina Health Mental Health  | Allina Health Mental Health – United Clinic | Anchor Hospital | Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital  | Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital  | Austen Riggs Center | Mental Illness Conferences | Arnabas Health Behavioral Health Center | Behavioral Centers Of America | Behavioral Health Services At El Camino Hospital | Behavioral Hospital Of Bellaire | Mental Health Nursing Conferences | Community Mental Health Conferences |  Internal Medicine Conferences | Belmont Behavioral Health Hospital | Big Spring State Hospital | Brentwood Outreach Center | Catawba Hospital | Cedar Hills Hospital | General Psychiatry Conferences | Clnical Psychology Conferences | Chelsea Community Hospital Behavioral Health | Mental Health Nursing Conferences |Dallas Behavioral Healthcare Hospital | Child Mental Health Conferences | Desert Parkway Behavioral Healthcare Hospital | Dr. Nicholas A. Holliday, MD | Elgin Mental Health Center | Positive Psychology Conferences | Georgetown Behavioral Hospital | Cognitive Psychology Conferences | Social Science Conferences | Greenleaf Behavioral Health Hospital | Highland-Clarksburg Hospital Inc | Hospital Corporation Of America | Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital | Child Mental Health Conferences | Laureate Psychiatric Clinic & Hospital | Manhattan Psychiatric Center | Meadowwood Behavioral Health Hospital | Mental Disorder Conferences | Psychiatry Conferences | Memorial Behavioral Health | Mendota Mental Health Institute | Internal Medicine Conferences | Mental Health America Of Eastern Missouri | Mental Health Associates | Psychotherapy Conferences | Internal Medicine Conferences | Mid America Hospital Management Co. | Millwood Hospital | Psychiatry Conferences | North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital | Psychological Medicine Conferences | Northlake Behavioral Health System | Oasis Behavioral Health Hospital | Options Behavioral Health Hospital | Mental Illness Conferences | Pacific Grove Hospital | Park Royal Hospital | Public Health Conferences | Peak View Behavioral Health | Social Science Conferences | Pediatric Mental Health Institute At Children' Hospital Colorado | General Psychiatry Conferences | The Mount Sinai Hospital | Mental Health Nursing Conferences |Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital | Psychological Medicine Conferences | Unity Mental Health | Internal Medicine Conferences | Va Mental Health | Valle Vista Health System | Valley Hospital | Psychoeducation Conferences | Vancouver Coastal Health | Vantage Point Behavioral Health Hospital | Mental Disorder Conferences | Vista Del Mar Hospital | Clnical Psychology Conferences

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