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28th International Conference on Psychiatry & Psychology Health, will be organized around the theme “Improving Psychology to benefit and develop Humanity”

Psychology Health 2019 is comprised of 19 tracks and 150 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Psychology Health 2019.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

Psychology is the scientific study of the mind and how it dictates and influences our behavior, from communication and memory to thought and emotion. It's about understanding what makes people tick and how this understanding can help us address many of the problems and issues in society today. 
 
As a science psychology functions as both a thriving academic discipline and a vital professional practice, one dedicated to the study of human behavior - and the thoughts, feelings, and motivations behind it - through observation, measurement, and testing, in order to form conclusions that are based on sound scientific methodology.
 
  • Track 1-1Clinical Psychology
  • Track 1-2Law and Forensic Psychology
  • Track 1-3Sexual Trauma Psychology
  • Track 1-4Counselling Psychology
  • Track 1-5Sport Psychology
  • Track 1-6Educational and Developmental Psychology
  • Track 1-7Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Track 1-8Evolutionary Psychology
  • Track 1-9Experimental Psychology
  • Track 1-10Consumer Psychology
  • Track 1-11Social Psychology
  • Track 1-12Personality Psychology
  • Track 1-13Developmental Psychology
  • Track 1-14Abnormal Psychology
  • Track 1-15Health Psychology
  • Track 1-16Community Psychology
  • Track 1-17Geropsychology
Psychiatry is a medical field concerned with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental health conditions.
 
A doctor who works in psychiatry is called a psychiatrist. Unlike other mental health professionals, such as psychologists and counselors, psychiatrists must be medically qualified doctors who have chosen to specialize in psychiatry. This means they can prescribe medication as well as recommend other forms of treatment.
  • Track 2-1Clinical Psychiatry
  • Track 2-2Integrative Psychiatry
  • Track 2-3Forensic Psychiatry
  • Track 2-4Cross-cultural Psychiatry
  • Track 2-5Psychiatric Epidemology
  • Track 2-6Pediatric Psychiatry
  • Track 2-7Addiction Psychiatry
  • Track 2-8Geriatric Psychiatry
  • Track 2-9Emergency Psychiatry
  • Track 2-10Psychiatry Advancements

Health psychology is a specialty area that focuses on how biology, psychology, behavior, and social factors influence health and illness. Other terms including medical psychology and behavioral medicine are sometimes used interchangeably with the term health psychology.

Health and illness are influenced by a wide variety of factors. While contagious and hereditary illness is common, there are many behavioral and psychological factors that can impact overall physical well-being and various medical conditions.

The field of health psychology is focused on promoting health as well as the prevention and treatment of disease and illness. Health psychologists also focus on understanding how people react, cope and recover from illness. Some health psychologists work to improve the health care system and the government's approach to health care policy.

 

  • Track 3-1Clinical Psychological Health
  • Track 3-2Public Health Psychology
  • Track 3-3Psychological Assessment
  • Track 3-4Personality Disorder
  • Track 3-5Addictive Disorder
  • Track 3-6Drug Abuse and dependence
  • Track 3-7Sleep Wake Disorder
  • Track 3-8Obsessive- Compulsive Related Disorder
Behaviorism, also known as behavioral psychology, is a theory of learning based on the idea that all behaviors are acquired through conditioning. Conditioning occurs through interaction with the environment. Behaviorists believe that our responses to environmental stimuli shape our actions.
It assumes that all behaviors are either reflexes produced by a response to certain stimuli in the environment, or a consequence of that individual's history, including especially reinforcement and punishment, together with the individual's current motivational state and controlling stimuli. Although behaviorists generally accept the important role of inheritance in determining behavior, they focus primarily on environmental factors.
 
According to this school of thought, behavior can be studied in a systematic and observable manner regardless of internal mental states. Basically, only observable behavior should be considered—cognitions, emotions, and moods are far too subjective.
 
 
 
  • Track 4-1Psychology and Human Behaviour
  • Track 4-2Phobias
  • Track 4-3Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Track 4-4Bulimia Nervosa
  • Track 4-5Applied Behavioural Analysis
  • Track 4-6Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Track 4-7Panic Disorder
  • Track 4-8Depression Disorder
  • Track 4-9Anxiety Disorder
  • Track 4-10Behavioral Genetics
The neurocognitive disorder is a general term that describes decreased mental function due to a medical disease other than a psychiatric illness. It is often used synonymously (but incorrectly) with dementia.
 
 
 
 

 

  • Track 5-1Dementia
  • Track 5-2Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease
  • Track 5-3Frontotemporal Dementia
  • Track 5-4Clinical Neuropsychology
Mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope 
with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his
community.
 
The positive dimension of mental health is stressed in WHO's definition of health as contained in its constitution: "Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."
 
 
 

 

  • Track 6-1Mood Disorders
  • Track 6-2Schizophrenia Disorders
  • Track 6-3Bipolar Disorder
  • Track 6-4Autism
  • Track 6-5Neurodevelepmental Disorder
  • Track 6-6Women Mental Health in 21st Century
  • Track 7-1Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience
  • Track 7-2Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience
  • Track 7-3Cultural Neuroscience
  • Track 7-4Neuropsychology
  • Track 7-5Psychology and Neuroscience
  • Track 8-1Behavioural Therapy Types
  • Track 8-2Intelligence Tests
  • Track 8-3Minnesota Multi-Phasic Personality Inventory
  • Track 8-4Clinical Assesssment
  • Track 8-5Bahaviour Therapy Advancement
  • Track 8-6Third generation Behaviour Therapy
  • Track 8-7Behaviour management
  • Track 8-8Behaviour Modification
  • Track 8-9Pediatric Behavioural Therapy
  • Track 8-10Mental Health Issues
  • Track 8-11Behavioural Therapy for OCD
  • Track 8-12Neuropsychological Tests
  • Track 9-1Cognitive Science
  • Track 9-2Brief Cognitive Behavioural therapy
  • Track 9-3Cognitive Emotional Behavioural therapy
  • Track 9-4Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy(REBT)
  • Track 9-5Moral Reconation Therapy
  • Track 9-6Stress Inoculation Training
  • Track 9-7Unified Protocol of CBT
  • Track 9-8ABC model of CBT
  • Track 9-9CBT for Suicide Prevention
  • Track 10-1Early Adolescence
  • Track 10-2Environmental and social impact in child
  • Track 10-3Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Track 10-4Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
  • Track 10-5Adolescent Medicine and Care
  • Track 10-6Child and Adolescent Counselling
  • Track 10-7Child Mental Health & Development
  • Track 10-8Child Psychology
  • Track 10-9Early Childhood
  • Track 10-10Adolescence psychology
  • Track 10-11Child Neuropsychology
  • Track 10-12Teenage Depression
  • Track 11-1Relationship Distress
  • Track 11-2Psychoanalytical Couples Therapy
  • Track 11-3Object Relations Couples Therapy
  • Track 11-4Ego Analytic Couples Therapy
  • Track 11-5Integrative Behavioral Couples Therapy
  • Track 11-6Structural Strategic Marital Therapy
  • Track 11-7Gottman Method
  • Track 11-8Emotionally Focussed Therapy
  • Track 12-1Situation Selection
  • Track 12-2Situation Modification
  • Track 12-3Attention Deployment
  • Track 12-4Cognitive Change
  • Track 12-5Response Modulation
  • Track 12-6Borderline Personality Disorder(BPD)
  • Track 12-7ABC PLEASE Strategy
  • Track 12-8Dialectic Behaviour Therapy
  • Track 13-1Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
  • Track 13-2Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Theory
  • Track 13-3Electro-convulsive Psychotherapy
  • Track 13-4Mental Health Counselling and Rehabilitation
  • Track 13-5Body-oriented Psycho Analytical Therapy
  • Track 13-6Functional Analytical Psychotherapy
  • Track 13-7Insight-oriented Psychotherapy
  • Track 13-8Gestalt/Concentration Therapy
  • Track 13-9Psychotherapy Techniques
  • Track 13-10Psychoanalysis
  • Track 13-11Anti-psychotic Medication
  • Track 13-12Brain Mapping
  • Track 13-13Hemoencephelography
  • Track 14-1Happiness and Well being
  • Track 14-2Eudaimonia
  • Track 14-3PERMA Theory of Positive Psychology
  • Track 14-4Goal of Positive Psychology
  • Track 14-5Applied Positive Psychology
  • Track 14-6Yoga and Meditation
  • Track 14-7Resilience in Positive Psychology
  • Track 15-1Mental Illness: Male and Female
  • Track 15-2Gender Difference in Mental Health
  • Track 15-3Causes and Treatment of Women Mental Illness
  • Track 15-4Mental and Psychiatric Disorders of women
  • Track 15-5Psychological Distress with Gynaecological disorder
  • Track 15-6Hormonal Imbalance related psychological distress
  • Track 16-1Nursing and Mental Health
  • Track 16-2Nursing Education in Mental Health
  • Track 16-3Therapeutic Relationship aspect of nursing
  • Track 16-4Psychiatric Health Nursing Practice
  • Track 17-1Computational Neuro-psychology and Neuroscience
  • Track 17-2Computational Cognition
  • Track 17-3Cognitive Modelling
  • Track 18-1Gratitude Interventions
  • Track 18-2Meaning Oriented Interventions
  • Track 18-3Empathy related Interventions
  • Track 18-4Creativity Interventions
  • Track 18-5Crisis interventions
  • Track 19-1Projective Personality Tests
  • Track 19-2Objective Personality Tests