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Euro Mental Health 2019

Mental Health series conferences Organizing Committee Members welcomes you to the official website of 2nd International Congress on Mental Health (Euro Mental Health 2019) which holds the gatherings of the experts in the field of psychologypsychiatrymental illness on June 14-15, 2019 in AmsterdamNetherlands

You must be the change you want to see in the world; Together let’s find the stigma of Mental Disorders! Will you join us?

 

        

Accepted Presentations

Understanding Stigma Associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Older Filipino Community: A Case Study

Tramy Nguyen, Ross S. Sterling High School, United States

Effectiveness of metacognitive therapy (MCT) on depressed addicts under methadone Maintenance treatment (MMT) in city mashhad of Iran

Vahid Bafandegan, Islamic azad University of Nyshabour, Iran

Preference and Perception of Interpersonal Distance in Social Anxiety

Nur Givon-Benjio, University of Haifa, Israel

Binge Eating Addiction among women who suffer from psychological abuse in their relationship: The moderating role of defense mechanisms

Orly Drori, Lev Hasharon Mental Health Medical Center, Israel

Protecting Our Youth: Conversion Therapy & Institutional Abuse

Samantha Gerson, Social Worker, United States

Psychosocial status among secondary level school going adolescents of Palungtar municipality, Gorkha, Nepal

Ashwin Karakheti, BPKIHS, Nepal

A Survivor’s Self-Love Recipe for Understanding and Recovering from Anxiety and Depression

Maxine Outerbridge, Advocate, United States

Setting a New Standard: Developing and Operationalizing a Trauma-Informed Delivery of Care Model

Danielle Milliken, CHOC Children’s Hospital, United States

Smoking: A Valued Occupation to Young People Experiencing Symptoms of Mental Illness(?)

Akkara Lionel Jose, Queen Margaret University, United Kingdom

Antenatal depression scores in newly diagnosed HIV-infected and uninfected women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Puvashnee Nydoo, University of KwaZulu-Natal- Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, South Africa

A study to assess Parenting Stress and Psychological Health of Women having single parenting experience in Delhi-NCR

Sudha Lama, AIIMS, India

Anxiety, fear of revealing non-heterosexuality, its effects on mental health

Kosma Kołodziej, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

Does Military Culture Contribute to Veteran Suicides. United States Perspective with Transnational Implications

Joseph Reis, Peninsula Behavioral Health, USA

The lived experiences of autistic adults as novice Aikido martial artists: A thematic analysis

Brian McCann, Newpark Autism Centre, Ireland

Using the Inventory of Problems – 29 (IOP-29) to evaluate the credibility of various mental illness complaints

Luciano Giromini, University of Turin, Italy

Study of psychosocial stressors and psychiatric morbidities in patients of Myocardial Infarction

Umar Mushir, IMCHRC, India

Nation variability within a European context: Social representations of 'mental health' and 'mental illness', and public perceptions towards persons labelled 'mentally ill'

Ragnhild Dalaker, Middlesex University, UK

Reducing risk of mental health problems in mothers served in Neonatal Intensive Care Nurseries: nurses' communication skills as a key variable.

George Singer, University of California, USA

Investigating ways to aid recovery in mental health illness

Davy Dries, Ghent University , Belgium

Evaluating the Use of Multi-Disciplinary Team Meeting Sheets in Older Adult & Adult Mental Health in a tertiary psychiatric hospital in NHS Grampian, North Scotland 2019- a completed audit cycle

Sanah Ghafoor, Royal Cornhill Hospital, UK

Influence of Emotional Processes and Psychological Distress to Adolescents’ Hoarding Tendencies: Basis for A Proposed Proactive Intervention Program

Rhalf Jayson Guanco, Adventist University of the Philippines, Philippines

Treatment of Eating Disorders: Preliminary evaluation of a pilot medical education programme for adult inpatients at a national centre

Gayatri Saxena, Springfield University Hospital, UK

"What the workplace can do...The Effect of Organizational Culture On Occupational Stress"

Dóra Klajkó, University of Pécs, Hungary

Prevalence and determinants of intimate partner violence and common mental disorders among pregnant women residing in Gedeo zone, southern Ethiopia: community based cross-sectional study

Hirbaye Mokona, Dilla University, Ethiopia

Impact of insomnia on optimism-a predictor factor among young adults in Indian context

Aprajita Jayaswal, Amity University, India

Recovery for all in the Community; Principles and Key Elements of Community-Based Mental Health Care. The European Community Mental Health Services network (EUCOMS)

Rene Keet, Community Mental health Service, Netherlands

Teenagers Today: the point about self-esteem

Diana Galletta, University Hospital Naples, Italy

About Euro Mental Health 2019

Euro Mental Health 2019 is a grand international community event, based on the theme: Towards Global Mental Health Wellness to create awareness on mental health, support you, to empower you and to create global networking platform to make the world hear the voice through successful collaboration with mental health enthusiasts all around the world and is dedicated to mental health workers, psychological researchers, psychiatrist, NGOs, academicians, students, various scholars, delegate, practitioners, business personals who are working for the welfare of society and mental health to provide a podium of interaction to discuss on recent innovations, present and future challenges, clinical trials, continuing education, presentation of cutting-edge and practical clinical techniques based on widely accepted evidence and open opportunity for collaboration and a step ahead towards strengthening professional network to keep up to date with the accelerating pace for future perspectives.

Why to join?

WORKSHOPS/ INTERACTIVE SESSIONS

Workshop sessions involve extensive interaction between presenters and particpants around the idea or handson experience of practice. These sessions may also take the form of a crafted panel, staged conversation, dialogue or debate-all involving substantial interaction with the audience.

 

MEET YOUR ''SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS'' (SME)

Subject matter experts will guide you in current Research & Development. They help you in reseearch queries, content, identify the objectives and ensure your research scientifically acceptable.

 

 NETWORKING/ ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS

Euro Mental Health 2019 could be a game changer for your research and professional career. More importantly the round table conversation brings the experts networking and create the goldmine of opportunities

 

Develop Networking with

Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Psychiatrists, Mental Health professionals & counsellors

 

Business Entrepreneurs and Policy Makers

Nurse Practitioners, Nursing Assistants, Midwifery

 

Academicians from Universities, Colleges and Schools

Neurologists, Neuroscientists, Neurosurgeons

 

Social Workers, Psychiatry Residents and Therapists

Physicians, Clinicians and Wellness Experts

 

Industry Leaders, Hospitalists and Healthcare specialists

 

Tracks & Topics:

Track 01: Mental Health   Track 02: Psychology & Psychiatry   Track 03: Clinical Psychology
         
Track 04: Child Abuse   Track 05: Women’s Mental Health   Track 06: Human Resilience
         
Track 07: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry   Track 08: Addiction and Mental Health   Track 09: Adult and Geriatric Psychiatry
         
Track 10: Psychiatry and Psychological Disorders   Track 11: Psychosomatic Disorders   Track 12: Stress, Anxiety and Depression
         
Track 13: Mental Health Awareness   Track 14: Psychiatric Rehabilitation   Track 15: Psychiatric Nursing
         
Track 16: Psychiatry and Psychology Practices   Track 17: Psychopharmacology Role: Mental Health   Track 18: Mindfulness Yoga & Medication

 

Euro Mental Health 2019 is supported by Journal of Psychiatry, Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy & Journal of Mental Disorder and Treatment and all accepted abstract will be provided with Digital Object Identifier by Crossref and published in the respective international journals.

Follow the Abstract Submission Guidelines below

 

Abstract Submission Guidelines:

1. Abstracts shall be submitted through online link (Submit Abstract) or Emailed to cmh@europemeet.com

2. Should have not been presented at any other mental health conferences

3. Suitable to the conference theme

4. Shall offer experience of mental illnesspsychologypsychiatry and shall be of beneficial to others on mental health illness or the people that care for & support them

5. Abstract submissions for all presentation types should be within 250-300 words and Biography of the presenter shall be included of 60-70 words.

6. Proper name and affiliation (University/Organization) along with Country name of the presenter.

All presenters of accepted abstracts will be required to register and pay for attendance at the Conference.

The acceptance of an abstract for the mental health conference does not imply provision of travel, registration or accommodation for the conference.

All abstracts will be BLIND reviewed by a review panel approved by Mental Health Conferences Review Committee. The Committee’s decision is final.

For more details please refer to Speaker Guidelines & FAQs

Next steps

Email confirmation of the submitted abstract will be sent upon successful acceptance of the abstract.

If the abstract is accepted, you will be required to confirm the presenter/s and pay the applicable registration fee/s. Failure to do so may result in your paper being excluded from the Euro Mental Health 2019 conference program.

Presentation Options & Guidelines

Oral Presentation - Oral Presentations may include the topics from researches, theoretical, professional or private practices in a concise manner. The presenter will have 25-30 minutes to present their presentation. There will be question and discussion session after the presentation facilitated by the Session Chair.

Workshop PresentationFor workshop presenters also, topic of talk will be same as Oral presentation with more specialized techniques and detailed demonstration. Time duration for workshop presentation is about 45-50 minutes. Interested participants can join and present the workshop along with their research coordinators with special group waiver on registration.

Special SessionThe time duration for Special Sessions is 55-60 minutes. Minimum two persons and maximum four/five persons can enrol as presenter with group waiver on registration

Standard PostersStudent Poster Competition is organized at Autism 2019 Conference is to encourage students and recent graduates to present their original research. Participants will be given about 5-7 minutes to present the poster including questions and answers. Judges may ask questions during the evaluation of the poster. This is an opportunity for students and young researchers to expand the area and learn about the research areas of their peers to increase their capacity as multidisciplinary researchers. Poster displays will be in hard copy format (1MX1M).

For more details regarding Presentation and Judging Criteria view Poster Presentation Guidelines

For more details please refer to Speaker Guidelines & FAQs

Past Conference Report:

We would like to thank all of our wonderful and eminent speakers, conference attendees who shared their research knowledge and made Euro Mental Health 2018 - Conference as memorable and our best event ever!

Annual Congress on Mental Health 2018, hosted by the Conference Series Ltd was held during July 09-11, 2018 at Holiday Inn – Marne La Vallée Paris, France with the theme “Mental Health instigation through Psychiatric and Psychological Advancements”. The conference was initiated with a great cause to support, network, and empower each and every individual who are working to end the stigma of Mental Illness.

Benevolent response and active participation was received from the Editorial Board Members of Conference Series Groups Journals as well as from the Scientists, Mental Health Workers, Psychological researchers, Psychiatrists Academicians, Practitioners, Students, NGOs and people who are working for welfare of society & Mental Health, who made this event successful.

Through this conference we created a global international networking platform with experts from 38 different countries and successful collaborations worth more than a Quarter a million! We had participation of 58 speakers, 20+ Poster Presentations, 10+ exhibitors, Leading Recruiters and 200+ attendees. Our congress was a grand amalgamation of experts all around the globe where we experienced inspiring stories and witnessed great research presentations.

Here, we present a short over view of our three days international event in brief.

Day 1:

Moderator/Keynote Speaker:

Abel B St .Amour, The Institute of Collateral Intellect, USA

Abel B St .Amour. is a Clinical Psychologist. He is an Independent Researcher and Author. He is a registered Licensed Mental Health Counsellor, Certified Community Health Worker and registered Licensed Addiction Professional Counselor.

Dr Amour hosted the event interesting for three days. He kept the event delightful with his outstanding anchoring skills between the speakers and the participants. He presented our session’s first keynote speech on “Religious leaders and mental health practitioners: The value of life factors of mental health, psychosocial and spiritual support working with missionary relief workers coping with traumatic stress”.

We are extremely thankful for Dr Abel. His witty, entertaining anchoring is noteworthy!

Keynote Speaker:

Second Keynote speech for Day 1 was presented by Steve Morgan, Practice Based Evidence Consultancy,UK. Steve Morgan attained a Diploma in Occupational Therapy at Oxford and an MA in Practice Development at Middlesex University. He worked as a Clinician in ward and community settings, and also as a Trainer for the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health. He presented his keynote speech on “Positive risk-taking: From rhetoric to reality

Keynote Speaker:

Third Keynote speech for Day 1 was presented by Michele Attias, Michele Attias Coaching, UK. Michele Attias is a Mindset Expert working for over 20 years within the Mental Health field. She completed her Advanced Diploma in Therapy at North London University, qualified as a Clinical Supervisor at the Central School for Counselling and Psychotherapy London. She was a finalist in the Women Inspiring Women Awards, and in 2017 was a Best Coach finalist at the Best Business Women Awards. She presented her keynote speech on “Look inside: Stop seeking start living

Keynote Speaker:

Fourth Keynote speech for Day 1 was presented by Riadh Abed, World Psychiatric Association, UK. Riadh Abed is a retired Psychiatrist. He is a Medical Director and Hon Senior Clinical Lecturer. He worked in the British NHS as a Consultant for 25 years and Medical Director in South Yorkshire. He presented his keynote speech on “Evolutionary theory: Medicine’s neglected basic science

Plenary Session:

Chair: Dr. Kalyani Gopal

Co:Chair: Dr Abel B. St Amour

Speakers:

  • Maria Santiago Valentin, Somerset County Vo-Tech Schools, USA- presented her speech on “An overview of the neurological base of bipolar disorder
  • Gitti Maas, The Contextual-Conceptual Therapy Center, Ireland- presented her speech on “Contextual conceptual Suicide therapy and mental health
  • Nahid M. Elhassan, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar - presented her speech on “Assessment of premenstrual syndrome as a risk factor for acquiring depression with postpartum onset in Khartoum state hospitals
  • David Truswell, PLIAS Resettlement, UK - presented his speech on “The phoenix project - An holistic approach to rehabilitation for women with particular vulnerabilities in the criminal justice system
  • Pauline Wachter & Christian Schachenhofer, iGumps, Austria - presented their speech on “An evidence-based iCBT program for mental health
  • Aboelezz Kalboush, Alnoor Specialist Hospital, KSA - presented his speech on “Interviewing a case of conversion catatonia as a new treatment approach
  • Nikitha Harish, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, India - presented her speech on “Feasibility of implementing a structured vocational rehabilitation program for persons with severe mental disorders in a tertiary care hospital in India
  • Chandra Nanthakumar, HELP University, Malaysia - presented her speech on “Intervention of yoga in dealing with stress and anxiety in children
  • Henry A. Montero Tapia, Alquimedez Mental Health Counseling Bronx, USA- presented his speech on “Anosognosia and how to perceive your mental illness
  • Ekhlas Al Gamal, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, KSA - presented her speech on “Maternal bereavement: Mothers lived experience of losing a newborn infant in Jordan
  • Miriam Schiff, Hebrew University, Israel- presented her speech on “Soldiering on: A qualitative study of bereavement among Israeli parents who lost their children in military service
  • Deb Coolhart, Syracuse University, USA- presented her speech on “Acknowledge Me! A grounded theory exploration of transgender experiences of family and social support and rejection

Workshops:

  • First workshop of Day 1 was presented by Stefan Charidge, The Penny Model, UK. Stefan Charidge has been in full time Private Practice for over 15 years. He is the author of “The Penny Model”, and Originator of the “Break Free Anxiety” phone app. He presented his workshop on “Depression – The cause and solution
  • Second workshop of Day 1 was presented by Chris, Nikki and Erna. Chris Peters, Erna Arnoldus and Niki Peters have a combined lived experience that expands decades. All three have a BcSW and have continued studying and contributing to educational programs for clients and professional workers. Together they have seen thousands of visiting clients. They have contributed at local national level, advocating the use of professionalized peer-to-peer work and promoting anti-stigma in mental health. They presented their workshop on “Zelfregiecentre: Please be Welcome!

Day 2:

Keynote Speaker / Chair:

Kalyani Gopal, Mid-America Psychological and Counselling Services PC, USA

Kalyani Gopal, PhD, HSPP, Founder & President, SAFE Coalition for Human Rights, Nominated President-Elect, IPA Dr. Gopal is a keynote and international speaker and trainer on foster care and adoption, sex-trafficking, child sexual abuse, Autism and neurodevelopmental disorders, and psychopathology. She is the President of Mid-America Psychological and Counselling Services, PC and manages seven mental health clinics in Indiana, Illinois, and Florida.

Dr Kalyani hosted the event interesting as our chair for three days. She kept the event delightful with her outstanding organizing skills. She presented our session’s first keynote speech on “Advances in treatment of trauma”.

We are extremely thankful for Dr Kalyani. Her active participation in Euro Mental Health is noteworthy!

Keynote Speaker:

Second Keynote speech for Day 2 was presented by Khurram Sadiq, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation, UK. Khurram Sadiq is a Consultant Psychiatrist in a Complex Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) working in Central Manchester, United Kingdom. He presented his keynote speech on “Social media: Its challenges and impact on mental health.

Keynote Speaker:

Third Keynote speech for Day 2 was presented by Karin E Peuschel, Praxis Erlenhof, Switzerland. Karin E Peuschel has completed her Medicine and Molecular Biology at the University of Zurich (Switzerland) and completed her Medical thesis from the University of Zurich. Currently, she is the Director of Praxis Erlenhof in Zug (Switzerland) and Independent Researcher in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy. She presented her keynote speech on “Psychotherapy of dissociative disorders with non-hypnotic age-regression

Keynote Speaker:

Fourth Keynote speech for Day 2 was presented by Mohammed Hadi Eltonsi, Cairo University Medical College, Egypt. Mohamed Hadi Eltonsi is a Medical Graduate trained in Group Psychotherapy, Hypnosis, Silva Mind Control, NLP, Reiki Master, Pranic Healing, Life Couch, Mantra Yoga Meditation among other courses of psychic powers, family constellation through his medical study and practices then as a Diplomat and Ambassador. He presented his keynote speech on “Immediate healing for personality development

Plenary Session:

Chair: Dr. Kalyani Gopal

Co:Chair: Dr Abel B. St Amour

Speakers:

  • Sue Curr, Fear less: Live More, UK- presented her speech on “The sky is not the limit -You are
  • Walter Solomon, The Waldon Approach, Israel- presented his speech on “The movement perspective is the foundation for the Waldon approach: A sensory-motor intervention for children with ASD
  • Sohail Qureshi, ID - Medical, UK- presented his speech on “Psychopathology of suicide bombers-A psychiatric perspective
  • Jessica White, Nottingham Trent University, UK- presented her speech on “Trauma-informed care and domestic violence survivors: An evaluation of the work of a Nottingham women’s refuge
  • Nabila El-Zanaty, PsycheMe Ltd and Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) NHS, UK- presented her speech on “Wellbeing at work using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Henry A. Montero Tapia, Alquimedez Mental Health Counseling Bronx, USA- presented his speech on “Anosognosia and how to perceive your mental illness
  • Ekhlas Al Gamal, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, KSA - presented her speech on “Maternal bereavement: Mothers lived experience of losing a newborn infant in Jordan
  • Miriam Schiff, Hebrew University, Israel- presented her speech on “Soldiering on: A qualitative study of bereavement among Israeli parents who lost their children in military service
  • Deb Coolhart, Syracuse University, USA- presented her speech on “Acknowledge Me! A grounded theory exploration of transgender experiences of family and social support and rejection
  • Nahid M. Elhassan, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar - presented her speech on “Assessment of premenstrual syndrome as a risk factor for acquiring depression with postpartum onset in Khartoum state hospitals
  • David Truswell, PLIAS Resettlement, UK - presented his speech on “The phoenix project - An holistic approach to rehabilitation for women with particular vulnerabilities in the criminal justice system
  • Pauline Wachter & Christian Schachenhofer, iGumps, Austria - presented their speech on “An evidence-based iCBT program for mental health
  • Aboelezz Kalboush, Alnoor Specialist Hospital, KSA - presented his speech on “Interviewing a case of conversion catatonia as a new treatment approach
  • Nikitha Harish, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, India - presented her speech on “Feasibility of implementing a structured vocational rehabilitation program for persons with severe mental disorders in a tertiary care hospital in India
  • Chandra Nanthakumar, HELP University, Malaysia - presented her speech on “Intervention of yoga in dealing with stress and anxiety in children

Workshops:

  • First workshop of Day 2 was presented by Kindi Dulai-Gill, Dalian School for Health and Consciousness, Canada. Kindi Dulai-Gill is a Transformation and Empowerment Catalyst. She is a sought after Professional Speaker, specializes her talks on unconscious bias and their impact on our emotional and mental health. She is a Former CEO of a private company, responsible for 3000 people nationally in the UK, and she has 30 plus years of experience in Leadership and Change Management. She presented her workshop on “The Dalian Method -An advanced technology of the future for healing and personal transformation
  • Second workshop of Day 2 was presented by Irad Eichler, Shekulo Tov Group, Israel. Irad Eichler founded “Shekulo Tov Group” in 2005. Shekulo Tov Group is a non-profit organization for vocational recovery. Shekulo Tov Group developed The Integrative Model and was awarded the “Project Zero” prize for impactful social enterprises in 2017, categorized under Innovative Practice 2017 on Employment, Work and Vocational Education & Training. He is also the Founder of “7 Chairs”, a platform for text support groups and the Founder of “Israeli Social Business School” and a Podcaster. He was announced by the world economic forum as a Social Entrepreneur of the Year 2008.

Day 3:

Keynote Speaker:

Kindi Dulai-Gill, Dalian School for Health and Consciousness, Canada

Kindi Dulai-Gill is a Transformation and Empowerment Catalyst. She is a sought after Professional Speaker, specializes her talks on unconscious bias and their impact on our emotional and mental health. She is a Former CEO of a private company, responsible for 3000 people nationally in the UK, and she has 30 plus years of experience in Leadership and Change Management. She is trained as a Chartered Accountant. She is a Member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers, and a Former President of the local Vancouver and BC chapter. She is the Founder and Owner of Spark Expansion Consulting Ltd., and a Facilitator of the Dalian Method from the Dalian School of Health and Consciousness.

Plenary Session:

Chair: Dr. Kalyani Gopal

Co:Chair: Dr Abel B. St Amour

Speakers:

  • Khan Rukhsana, Bridgewater Community Healthcare, UK- presented her speech on “Applications of transactional analysis in short term therapy
  • Meital Simhi, University of the Negev, Israel- presented her speech on “Mental health treatment preferences among Israeli postpartum mothers
  • Toy Lisa Mitchell, Neighborhood Health, USA- presented her speech on “Making visible the invisible cultural scripts that inform the relational dynamics of African American women
  • Heidi Diskin, SafeTalk Suicide Prevention, USA- presented her speech on “Campus redefined: Creating helpers for mental health issues
  • Rakhi Sandeep Howal,Tata Institue of Social Sciences, India- presented her speech on “Impacting factors on adolescents mental health in community of M-ward, Mumbai
  • Talia Peichich, Spitzer Department of Social Work, Israel- presented her speech on “I feel at home but I am not at home: The experience of home among mothers in blended families
  • Laryssa M Creswell, St. Elizabeths Hospital, USA- presented her speech on “Critical ethnography and black feminism: Inside perspective of treatment for women with co-occurring disorders in the psychiatric hospital
  • Sonthaya Maneerat, Boromrajonnani College of Nursing, Thailand- presented her speech on “The development and evaluation of Thai elderly resilience scale: TER scale
  • Nahid M Elhassan, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar- presented her speech on “Child sexual abuse in Khartoum, Sudan: Pattern and offender associative factors
  • Rhodius Noguera, University of Bahrain, Bahrain- presented her speech on “The mental health demography and life-wellness coaching: Assessing and promoting mental health in higher education
  • Eve A Hershberger, PsychDynamics, USA - presented her speech on “Mental health and creativity: A current and retrospective exploration for clinicians

Workshops:

  • First workshop of Day 3 was presented by Coach Ray. Raymond “Coach Ray” Rodriguez, 9 years in recovery from MH, SUD and the school of hard knocks. He has a B.A. in Psychology from Herbert H. Lehman College, Bronx, NY, and is Certified as a Professional Life Coach, NYS Peer Specialist, Recovery Peer Advocate and 1st Dan Black Belt in Tang Soo Do. He was recently a Regional Director of Behavioral Health Peer Services in New York State, is a Board and Committee Member of numerous local, regional, state and international initiatives and is the creator and founder of MyFOURmula™ and The MyFOURmula Way™.

With awe-inspiring support from Psychiatric, Psychological and Mental Health societies, Euro Mental Health was a grand success. We wish all our attendees a great success in all their future endeavours.

With great pride, we announce the commencement of 2nd International Congress on Mental Health in June – 14-15 | 2019, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Come join us! Euro Mental Health-Conference for a cause!

 

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Conference Date June 14-15, 2019

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