The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
“Beat stress, understand depression and other mental illnesses, and wonder at your amazing brain”. Good mental health is essential to overall well-being. Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.
- Track 1-1Psychotic Disorders
- Track 1-2Keeping a positive attitude
- Track 1-3Staying physically active
- Track 1-4Helping other people
- Track 1-5Getting enough sleep
- Track 1-6Eating a healthy diet
- Track 1-7Asking for professional help with your mental health if you need it
- Track 1-8socializing with people whom you enjoy spending time with
- Track 1-9Forming and using effective coping skills to deal with your problems
Psychology has been depicted as a "hub science" in that medicine tends to draw mental research by means of neurology and psychiatry. Psychology attempts to understand the role human behaviour plays in social dynamics while incorporating physiological and neurological processes into its conceptions of mental functioning. Psychology includes many sub-fields of study and application concerned with such areas as human development, sports, health, industry, law, and spirituality.
Psychiatry is the medical specialty dedicated to the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of mental, emotional and behavioural disorders. Research and treatment inside psychiatry are directed on an interdisciplinary premise, e.g., with epidemiologists, mental health counsellors, nurses, psychologists, public health specialists, radiologists, and/or social workers. Psychiatry adopts a medical approach but may take in to account biological, psychological, and social/cultural perspectives. Treatment by medication or, less often, various forms of psychotherapy may be undertaken.
- Track 2-1Abductive Reasoning
- Track 2-2Cognitive Psychology
- Track 2-3Developmental Psychology
- Track 2-4Experimental Psychology
- Track 2-5Social Psychology
- Track 2-6Clinical Psychology
- Track 2-7Behavioral disorders
Mental health is an important part of overall health for children as well as adults. For many adults who have mental disorders, symptoms were present but often not recognized or addressed in childhood and youth. For a young person with symptoms of a mental disorder, the earlier treatment is started, the more effective it can be. Early treatment can help prevent more severe, lasting problems as a child grows up. The emotional wellbeing of children is just as important as their physical health. Good mental health allows children and young people to develop the resilience to cope with whatever life throws at them and grow into well-rounded, healthy adults.
Adolescence is a crucial period for developing and maintaining social and emotional habits important for mental well-being. These include adopting healthy sleep patterns; taking regular exercise; developing coping, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills; and learning to manage emotions. Supportive environments in the family, at school, and in the wider community are also important. Worldwide, it is estimated that 10–20% of adolescents experience mental health conditions, yet these remain underdiagnosed and undertreated. Signs of poor mental health can be overlooked for several reasons, such as a lack of knowledge or awareness about mental health among health workers, or stigma preventing them from seeking help.â€‹
- Track 3-1Physical Illness
- Track 3-2Sexually Abused
- Track 3-3Educational Difficulties
- Track 3-4Physical Health
- Track 3-5Generalised Anxiety Disorder
- Track 3-6Hyperactive
Psychological resilience refers to an individual's capacity to withstand stressors and not manifest psychology dysfunction, such as mental illness or persistent negative mood. This is the mainstream psychological view of resilience, that is, resilience is defined in terms of a person's capacity to avoid psychopathology despite difficult circumstances. Psychological stressors or "risk factors" are often considered to be experiences of major acute or chronic stress such as a death of someone else, chronic illness, sexual, physical or emotional abuse, fear, unemployment, and community violence.
- Track 4-1Neuroscience
- Track 4-2Human Resilience
- Track 4-3Biological Models of Resilience
- Track 4-4Approaches to Resilience
- Track 4-5Resilience and Ability
Disorders which include symptoms of psychosis most commonly emerge in late adolescence or early adulthood. Symptoms of psychosis can include hallucinations (such as hearing or seeing things which are not there) or delusions (including fixed, non-accurate beliefs). Experiences of psychosis can severely impair an adolescent’s ability to participate in daily life and education. In many contexts, adolescents with psychosis are highly stigmatized and at risk of human rights violations.
Psychosis includes delusions and hallucinations it means loss of contact with reality. Different types of drugs are used to treat psychosis based on condition. Early intervention is an inventive way to deal with psychological wellness care that is pulling in overall intrigue. It canters around counteractive action and in addition treatment and expects to encourage patients and their families at a moderately beginning period of sickness.
- Track 5-1First Episode Psychosis (FEP)
- Track 5-2Developmental Psychology
- Track 5-3Schizophrenia
- Track 5-4Hallucinations
- Track 5-5Delusions
Psychological wellness nursing is the delegated position of an attendant that has some expertise in emotional wellness, and nurtures individuals of any age encountering dysfunctional behaviours or pain. These include: schizophrenia, schizoaffective confusion, state of mind issue, uneasiness issue, identity issue, dietary issues, self-destructive considerations, psychosis, distrustfulness, and self-hurt. Attendants around there get preparing in mental treatments, fabricating a remedial organization together, managing testing conduct, and the organization of mental pharmaceutical.
- Track 6-1Psychiatric Nursing
- Track 6-2Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit
- Track 6-3Psychiatric Ward
- Track 6-4Meditation
- Track 6-5Mental Health Counselling
Stress triggers your fight-or-flight response to fight the stressor or run away from it. Typically, after the response occurs, your body should relax. Too much constant stress can have negative effects on your long-term health. Anxiety is “an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts and physical changes like increased blood pressure”. There are several types of anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and various phobia-related disorders. Depression (major depressive disorder or clinical depression) is a common but serious mood disorder. Depression seems to be more common among women than men. It causes severe symptoms that affect how you feel, think, and handle daily activities, such as sleeping, eating, or working.â€‹
- Track 7-1Eustress & Distress
- Track 7-2Delusions
- Track 7-3Panic Disorder
- Track 7-4Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
- Track 7-5Specific Phobia
- Track 7-6Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia)
- Track 7-7Postpartum Depression
- Track 7-8Seasonal Affective Disorder
Conduct disorder is a repetitive and persistent pattern of behavior in children and adolescents in which the rights of others or basic social rules are violated. Aggressive behavior that causes or threatens harm to other people or animals, such as bullying or intimidating others, often initiating physical fights or being physically cruel to animals. Non-aggressive conduct that causes property loss or damage, such as fire-setting or the deliberate destruction of others’ property. Serious rule violations, such as staying out at night when prohibited, running away from home overnight, or often being truant from school.
- Track 8-1Aggression to People and Animals
- Track 8-2Destruction of Property
- Track 8-3Deceitfulness, Lying, or Stealing
- Track 8-4Child Abuse
- Track 8-5Mood Disorders
Almost six (6) million grown-up Americans are influenced by bipolar disorder. It as a rule starts in late puberty although it can begin in early youth or further down the road. An equivalent number of men and ladies build up this disease. The disease tends to keep running in families and seems to have a hereditary connection. Like melancholy and different genuine sicknesses, bipolar confusion can likewise contrarily influence companions and accomplices, relatives, companions, and collaborators.
- Track 9-1Bipolar I Disorder
- Track 9-2Bipolar II Disorder
- Track 9-3Anxiety and ADHD
- Track 9-4Cyclothymic Disorder (cyclothymia)
- Track 9-5Cyclothymic Disorder (cyclothymia)
- Track 9-6Brain Structure and Functioning
Changes in emotion, behavior or thinking lead to mental illness. Mental illnesses are related to trouble as well as issues working in social, work or family exercises. Mental health disorders are bipolar Disorders, depression, Schizophrenia etc. Mental illness related stigma, incorporating what exists in the human services framework and among healthcare providers, has been recognized as a noteworthy boundary to get to treatment and recuperation, and in addition poorer quality physical consideration for people with dysfunctional behaviors.
- Track 10-1Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders
- Track 10-2Antidepressants
- Track 10-3Mood stabilisers
- Track 10-4Negative thinking
- Track 10-5Addictive Behaviours
Autism is a complex neurobehavioral condition that includes impairments in social interaction and developmental language and communication skills combined with rigid, repetitive behaviors. Because of the range of symptoms, this condition is now called autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It covers a large spectrum of symptoms, skills, and levels of impairment. ASD ranges in severity from a handicap that somewhat limits an otherwise normal life to a devastating disability that may require institutional care.
- Track 11-1Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Track 11-2Neurodevelopmental Disorders
- Track 11-3Aspergerâ€™s syndrome
- Track 11-4Childhood Disintegrative Disorder
Eating disorders usually start in the teenage years and are more common in girls than boys. The number of young people who develop an eating disorder is small but eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa can have serious consequences for their physical health and development. Eating disorders are serious and often fatal illnesses that cause severe disturbances to a person’s eating behaviours. Obsessions with food, body weight, and shape may also signal an eating disorder. Common eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder.
- Track 12-1Nutrition
- Track 12-2Obesity
- Track 12-3Binge-eating Disorder
- Track 12-4Anorexia Nervosa
- Track 12-5Bulimia Nervosa
Addiction is a complex disease, often chronic in nature, which affects the functioning of the brain and body. It also causes serious damage to families, relationships, schools, workplaces and neighbourhoods. The most common symptoms of addiction are severe loss of control, continued use despite serious consequences, preoccupation with using, failed attempts to quit, tolerance and withdrawal. Addiction can be effectively prevented, treated and managed by healthcare professionals in combination with family or peer support. People abuse substances such as drugs and alcohol for varied and complicated reasons. Substance abuse may begin in childhood or the teen years. Early recognition of drug or alcohol addiction increases chances for successful treatment.
- Track 13-1Motivational Enhancement Therapy
- Track 13-2Drug tolerance (Dependence)
- Track 13-3Substance Abuse
- Track 13-4Addiction Psychiatry
- Track 13-5Gambling addiction
- Track 13-6Gaming Addiction
- Track 13-7Addiction Drug
Schizophrenia is a mental disorder that usually appears in late adolescence or early adulthood. Characterized by delusions, hallucinations, and other cognitive difficulties, schizophrenia can often be a lifelong struggle. Schizophrenia affects an estimated 1 percent of the population. Diagnosing schizophrenia comes only after other disease have been ruled out. Experts say schizophrenia is probably many illnesses masquerading as one. While there is no cure for schizophrenia, research is leading to new, safer treatments. Experts also are unravelling the causes of the disease by studying genetics, conducting behavioural research, and using advanced imaging to look at the brain’s structure and function.
- Track 14-1Schizoaffective disorder
- Track 14-2Delusional disorder
- Track 14-3Brief Psychotic disorder
- Track 14-4Schizophreniform disorder
- Track 14-5Catatonia
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a type of mental illness. People with OCD can have either obsessive thoughts and urges or compulsive, repetitive behaviours. Some have both obsessions and compulsions. OCD isn’t about habits like biting your nails or always thinking negative thoughts. The disorder can affect your job, school, and relationships and keep you from living a normal life. Your thoughts and actions are beyond your control. Many people with OCD know that their thoughts and habits don’t make sense. They don’t do them because they enjoy them, but because they can’t quit. And if they do stop, they feel so bad that they start again.
Reactive attachment disorder is a rare but serious condition in which an infant or young child doesn't establish healthy attachments with parents or caregivers. Reactive attachment disorder may develop if the child's basic needs for comfort, affection and nurturing aren't met and loving, caring, stable attachments with others are not established. Reactive attachment disorder can start in infancy. There's little research on signs and symptoms of reactive attachment disorder beyond early childhood, and it remains uncertain whether it occurs in children older than 5 years.
PTSD is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event. It is natural to feel afraid during and after a traumatic situation. Fear triggers many split-second changes in the body to help defend against danger or to avoid it. This “fight-or-flight” response is a typical reaction meant to protect a person from harm. Nearly everyone will experience a range of reactions after trauma, yet most people recover from initial symptoms naturally. Those who continue to experience problems may be diagnosed with PTSD. People who have PTSD may feel stressed or frightened even when they are not in danger.
Even the best-behaved children can be difficult and challenging at times. But if your child or teenager has a frequent and persistent pattern of anger, irritability, arguing, defiance or vindictiveness toward you and other authority figures, he or she may have an oppositional defiant disorder (ODD). Behavioral treatment of ODD involves learning skills to help build positive family interactions and to manage problematic behaviors. Additional therapy, and possibly medications, may be needed to treat related mental health disorders.
Individuals with emotional wellness conditions regularly discover psychotherapy-or "talk treatment"- exceptionally accommodating. The sort and length of your treatment will rely upon your own circumstance and protection, and your treatment might be a piece of a general treatment arrange for that incorporates solution or other treatment choices. It is crucial to address the needs of adolescents with defined mental health conditions. Avoiding institutionalization and over-medicalization, prioritizing non-pharmacological approaches, and respecting the rights of children in line with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and other human rights instruments are key for adolescents.
- Track 20-1Trans-diagnostic Interventions
- Track 20-2Psychotropic Medication
- Track 20-3Antipsychotic
- Track 20-4Music Therapy
- Track 20-5Psychiatric Rehabilitation
- Track 20-6Psycho-dynamic Psychotherapy