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Psychiatry is the branch of medicine focused on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental, emotional and behavioural disorders. With the dramatic rise in mental disorders and mental illnesses, psychiatry has become one of the fastest growing clinical medical disciplines. Psychiatry has broad spectrum of research focus. The ongoing research works are keenly focused on social and psychological perspectives to understand the nature and treatment of mental disorders. This has led to a rise in the number of scientific research papers being published in this field.  As a result of its complex historical development, and flourishing research works psychiatry is now well established branch of medicine.

 

  • Track 1-1Comprehensive Psychiatry
  • Track 1-2Geriatric Psychiatry
  • Track 1-3Liaison Psychiatry
  • Track 1-4Transcultural Psychiatry
  • Track 1-5Forensic Psychiatry
  • Track 1-6Perinatal Psychiatry
  • Track 1-7Holistic Psychiatry
  • Track 1-8Orthomolecular Psychiatry
  • Track 1-9Integrative Psychiatry
  • Track 1-10Clinical neuropsychiatry
  • Track 1-11Neurocognitive Psychiatry
  • Track 1-12Social Psychiatry
  • Track 1-13Biological Psychiatry
  • Track 1-14Community Psychiatry
  • Track 1-15Telepsychiatry
  • Track 1-16Emergency Psychiatry
  • Track 1-17Cross-cultural Psychiatry

Psychology is the branch of science which deals with the science of mind and behaviour. It studies with the mental and behavioural character of a particular individual or a group and gives solution for many complex aspects. Psychology is a challenging discipline and it includes many sub-fields. The professional practitioner is called Psychologist and the research works carried is of great values as it covers the social issues.

 

  • Track 2-1Moral Psychology
  • Track 2-2Personality Psychology
  • Track 2-3Rehabilitation Psychology
  • Track 2-4School Psychology
  • Track 2-5Social Psychology
  • Track 2-6Sports Psychology
  • Track 2-7Legal Psychology
  • Track 2-8Evolutionary Psychology
  • Track 2-9Occupational Health Psychology
  • Track 2-10Neuropsychology
  • Track 2-11Theoretical Psychology
  • Track 2-12Industrial-Organizational Psychology
  • Track 2-13Health Psychology
  • Track 2-14Forensic Psychology
  • Track 2-15Clinical Psychology
  • Track 2-16Cognitive Psychology
  • Track 2-17Cognitive Psychology
  • Track 2-18Comparative Psychology
  • Track 2-19Counselling Psychology
  • Track 2-20Developmental Psychology
  • Track 2-21Educational Psychology
  • Track 2-22Experimental Psychology
  • Track 2-23Abnormal Psychology
  • Track 2-24Behavioural Psychology
  • Track 2-25Biopsychology

Mental illness is a term that describes a broad range of mental and emotional conditions. Researches have been done to prove that Mental Health and Wellbeing are highly interdependent. Every year, about 42.5 million  adults suffers from some mental illness, enduring conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, etc., which further affects the wellbeing of physical health. Several therapies have been practiced by the practitioners for the betterment of mental and physical health.

  • Track 3-1Psychotherapy
  • Track 3-2Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD)
  • Track 3-3Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
  • Track 3-4Vagus Nerve Stimulation
  • Track 3-5Creative Therapies (Art Therapy, Music Therapy, or Play Therapy)
  • Track 3-6Alternative Therapies ( Water Therapy, Massage, And Biofeedback)
  • Track 3-7Advanced Treatments in Mental Illness
  • Track 3-8Adult/Children Mental Health Counselling
  • Track 3-9Mental Health Awareness
  • Track 3-10Psychopathology
  • Track 3-11Hypnotherapy
  • Track 3-12Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy
  • Track 3-13Multiple Personality Disorder

One of the most critical issues in mental health services research is the gap between what is known about effective treatment and what is provided to consumers in routine care. Intensive efforts are required to advance implementation science and produce skilled implementation researchers. Certified Trainers and practitioners provide special educations and training for Students, MNC Workers, Industrialists, and other professionals to overcome the stress and other mental issues they are facing in their specific field of expertise.

 

  • Track 4-1Licensed Professional Counselling and Mental Health Education (LPC)
  • Track 4-2Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy (LMFT)
  • Track 4-3Licensed Clinical Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselling (LCADAC)
  • Track 4-4Current Trends and Issues in Mental Health Education
  • Track 4-5Student Mental Health Services
  • Track 4-6Social Workers and Mental Health Education
  • Track 4-7Issues in Community Psychology
  • Track 4-8Work Place Mental Health & Training

 Every individual’s personality is influenced by their experiences, environment, Society and the Social structure they live in. A personality disorder is a way of thinking, feeling and behaving that differs from the prospects of the specific culture, causes distress or problems functioning, and it lasts over a period of time. Advancements and treatment methods changed the perspective of Personality Disorders. Though the disorder is same the symptoms varies from person to person. The satisfactory treatment outcomes, made the persons suffering from personality disorders to be more acceptable in the society.

  • Track 5-1Advanced Treatments in Personality Disorder
  • Track 5-2Schizoid Personality Disorder
  • Track 5-3Personality Disorders Management
  • Track 5-4Personality Disorders - Society and Culture
  • Track 5-5Personality Disorders - Medication and Management
  • Track 5-6Personality Disorder Screening
  • Track 5-7Paranoid Personality Disorder
  • Track 5-8Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder
  • Track 5-9Narcissistic Personality Disorder
  • Track 5-10Mood Disorders
  • Track 5-11Histrionic Personality Disorder
  • Track 5-12Epidemiology of Personality Disorders
  • Track 5-13Dependent Personality Disorder
  • Track 5-14Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Track 5-15Bipolar Spectrum Disorders
  • Track 5-16Avoidant Personality Disorder
  • Track 5-17Antisocial Personality Disorder
  • Track 5-18Schizotypal Personality Disorder

Schizophrenia is a chronic brain disorder with symptoms that may include delusions, hallucinations, trouble with thinking and concentration, and a lack of motivation. Schizophrenia typically begins in early adulthood, with the average age of onset for men being 18 and for women, 25.  While there is no known cure for schizophrenia, it is a very treatable disease. Most of those afflicted by schizophrenia respond to drug therapy, and many are able to lead productive and fulfilling lives.

 

  • Track 6-1Epidemiology of Schizophrenia
  • Track 6-2Talking Therapies and Schizophrenia
  • Track 6-3Shared Psychotic Disorder
  • Track 6-4Schizophreniform Disorder
  • Track 6-5Schizophrenia - Prodromal Symptoms
  • Track 6-6Schizoaffective Disorder
  • Track 6-7Personal Therapy (PT)
  • Track 6-8Magnetic Stimulation Therapy
  • Track 6-9Electroconvulsive Therapy
  • Track 6-10Delusional Disorder
  • Track 6-11Compliance Therapy
  • Track 6-12Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Track 6-13Brief Psychotic Disorder
  • Track 6-14Antipsychotic Drugs
  • Track 6-15Advances in Schizophrenia Tests & Treatments
  • Track 6-16Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

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.  Mental Health incorporates a person's capability to appreciate life and make a harmony between ordinary life exercises and endeavours to accomplish mental flexibility. Mental health conditions can cause distress, impact on day-to-day functioning and relationships, and are associated with poor physical health and premature death from suicide. It is essential at each phase of life one should maintain good mental wellbeing.

 

  • Track 7-1Epidemiology of Mental Health
  • Track 7-2Individual Attributes and Behaviours
  • Track 7-3E-Mental Health Group & Self-Help
  • Track 7-4Child and Adolescent Mental Health
  • Track 7-5School Mental Health
  • Track 7-6Cancer and Mental Health
  • Track 7-7Religious Beliefs and Mental Health
  • Track 7-8HIV and Mental Health
  • Track 7-9Human Rights and Mental Health Legislation
  • Track 7-10Social Media and Mental Health
  • Track 7-11Society/Religious Beliefs and Mental Health

Management and treatment of mental health issues includes all the distinctive courses in which somebody with an emotional sickness can inspire minimize the impacts of the disease. Numerous individuals recognized with emotional instability accomplish quality and recuperation through taking an interest in individual or gathering treatment. Numerous sorts of treatment alternatives are accessible. There is no treatment that works for each person. They can pick either single treatment or blend of medications that works best. The diverse medications incorporate Medication, Complementary, Psychotherapy, Case administration, Alternative Medicine and some more. Advancements in the scope of proof based meds, treatments and psycho-social administrations, for example, psychiatric restoration, lodging, vocation and associate backings have made prosperity and recuperation a reality for individuals living with emotional wellness conditions.

 

  • Track 8-1Prevention of Mental Illness
  • Track 8-2Brain-Stimulation & Treatments
  • Track 8-3Advancement in Diagnosis for Mental Health
  • Track 8-4Advanced Treatments in Mental Health
  • Track 8-5Psychological Aspects of Mental Illness
  • Track 8-6Management of Mental Health Disorders
  • Track 8-7Society and Mental Health
  • Track 8-8Cultural Understanding of Psychological Illness

The term psychiatric or psychological disorder refers to a mental disorder or illness that alters the normal functioning of a person in his daily life. This hinders the way a person behaves or communicates with others, and makes them act different. Once the people follow proper medication and counselling sessions, most people diagnosed with a serious mental illness improved over a period of time.

 

  • Track 9-1Acute Stress Disorder
  • Track 9-2Somatic Symptoms
  • Track 9-3Sleep Disorders
  • Track 9-4Neurocognitive & Neurodevelopmental Disorders
  • Track 9-5Multiple Personality Disorder
  • Track 9-6Major Depressive Disorder
  • Track 9-7Kleptomania
  • Track 9-8Hysteria
  • Track 9-9Hallucinations & Delusions
  • Track 9-10Gender Identity Disorder
  • Track 9-11Eating Disorders
  • Track 9-12Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Track 9-13Antisocial Personality Disorder
  • Track 9-14Somatization Disorder

Depression, anxiety, psychological distress, sexual violence, domestic violence and escalating rates of substance use affect women to a greater extent than men across different countries and different settings. Pressures created by their multiple roles, gender discrimination and associated factors of poverty, hunger, malnutrition, overwork, domestic violence and sexual abuse, combine to account for women's poor mental health. When women dare to disclose their problems, many health workers tend to have gender biases which lead them to either over-treat or under-treat women.

 

  • Track 10-1Anxiety and Women’s Mental Health
  • Track 10-2Women and Psychiatric Disorders
  • Track 10-3Treatment Issues for Women with Mental Illness
  • Track 10-4Sexual Assault and Mental Health
  • Track 10-5Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Track 10-6Menopause/Pregnancy and Mental Health
  • Track 10-7Infertility/Perinatal Loss and Mental Health
  • Track 10-8Gender Specific Risk Factors
  • Track 10-9Eating Disorders
  • Track 10-10Domestic Violence/Abuse and Mental Health
  • Track 10-11Discrimination Based On Sexuality
  • Track 10-12Gender Specific Risk Factors

Depression and anxiety disorders are different, but people with depression often experience symptoms similar to those of an anxiety disorder, such as nervousness, irritability, and problems sleeping and concentrating. But each disorder has its own causes and its own emotional and behavioral symptoms. The symptoms of anxious and depressive disorders can be very similar. A diagnosis of anxiety-depressive disorder to a diagnosis of depression or an anxiety disorder can be difficult. The priority is to treat the most disabling of either the anxiety or depression first and then consider treatments such as SSRI antidepressants and/or CBT which are effective for both anxiety and depression.

  • Track 11-1Acute Stress Disorder
  • Track 11-2Eating Disorders
  • Track 11-3Advanced Treatment for Depression
  • Track 11-4Clinical Depression
  • Track 11-5Major Depressive Disorder
  • Track 11-6Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Track 11-7Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Track 11-8Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Track 11-9Specific Phobia (formerly Simple Phobia)
  • Track 11-10Social Phobia
  • Track 11-11Agoraphobia Without History of Panic Disorder
  • Track 11-12Panic Disorder
  • Track 11-13Co-morbid Depression

PTSD can develop to a person when he/she is exposed to a traumatic event such as violent sexual assault, warfare, or other serious threats on a person’s life. Symptoms include disturbed thoughts, feelings, or dreams related to the events, mental or physical distress to trauma-related cues, alterations in how a person thinks and feels, and increase in fight or fight response. A person with PTSD is at a higher risk for suicide and intentional self-harm. Children are less likely than adults to develop PTSD after trauma, especially if they are under ten years of age. Prevention may be possible when therapy is targeted at those with early symptoms but is not effective when carried out among all people following trauma. The main treatments for people with PTSD are counselling and medication.

 

  • Track 12-1Genetics & PTSD
  • Track 12-2Epidemiology of PTSD
  • Track 12-3Pathophysiology in PTSD
  • Track 12-4Current Trends & Research in PTSD Treatment
  • Track 12-5Psychological Debriefing
  • Track 12-6Psychotherapy in PTSD
  • Track 12-7Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Track 12-8Drugs and Effects
  • Track 12-9Prevention of PTSD

Cognitive disorders are a category of mental health disorders that highly affects the cognitive abilities. It primarily affects the cognitive abilities including learning, memory, perception, and problem solving. Treatment for cognitive disorders varies from each individual. Treatments depend on how the disorder is caused. Medication and therapies are the most common treatments; however, for some types of disorders such as certain types of amnesia, treatments can suppress the symptoms but there is currently no cure.

  • Track 13-1Delirium
  • Track 13-2Society and Cognitive Disorder
  • Track 13-3Drugs used in Cognitive Disorder Treatment
  • Track 13-4Advancements in Cognitive Disorder Treatments
  • Track 13-5Alzheimer’s - Types and Treatments
  • Track 13-6Dementia Associated With Alcoholism
  • Track 13-7Multi-Infarct Dementia
  • Track 13-8Amnesia
  • Track 13-9Dementia
  • Track 13-10Occupational Therapy

A child undergoes a sequence of biological, psychological, physical and emotional changes till the end of Adolescence. These changes are unique and differ from individual to individual. The changes a child undergo, determines their individuality and it will be reflected in their character and other behavioural aspects. Child development is not a matter of a single topic, but progresses somewhat differently for different aspects of the individual. Immediate treatment is required once the child exhibits psychological disorder symptoms.

Adolescence is a transitional period between childhood and adulthood, whose purpose is to prepare the children for adult roles. It is associated with the teenage years, but its physical, psychological or cultural expressions may begin earlier and end later. Major pubertal and biological changes include changes to the sex organs, height, weight, and muscle mass, as well as major changes in brain structure and organization. Cognitive advances encompass both increment in knowledge and in the ability to think abstractly and to reason more effectively. The study of adolescent development often involves interdisciplinary collaborations.

  • Track 14-1Treatments and Current Research in Child Psychiatry
  • Track 14-2Adolescence and Gender Identity
  • Track 14-3Sex & Porn Addiction
  • Track 14-4Suicidal Thoughts and Treatments
  • Track 14-5Adolescent Mental Health
  • Track 14-6Social Structure and Child Mental Health
  • Track 14-7Anxiety Disorders
  • Track 14-8Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Track 14-9Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Track 14-10Psychological Approaches to Problems of Aggression & Violence
  • Track 14-11Major Issues in Adolescent Period

Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual manifestations. This is reflected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward and/or relief by substance use and other behaviours.

Addiction is characterized by inability to consistently abstain, impairment in behavioural control,craving, diminished recognition of significant problems with one’s behaviors and interpersonal relationships, and a dysfunctional emotional response. Like other chronic diseases, addiction often involves cycles of relapse and remission. Without treatment or engagement in recovery activities, addiction is progressive and can result in disability or premature death.

 

  • Track 15-1Alcohol Addiction
  • Track 15-2Sedative Dependence
  • Track 15-3Phencyclidine Dependence
  • Track 15-4Behavioural Addictions
  • Track 15-5Other Unspecified Substances
  • Track 15-6Inhalants
  • Track 15-7Hallucinogens
  • Track 15-8Cocaine and Narcotics Addiction
  • Track 15-9Prescription Drugs Addiction
  • Track 15-10Opioids Addiction
  • Track 15-11Tobacco Addiction
  • Track 15-12 Community Mental Health

Addictive disorders, such as substance abuse and dependence, are common disorders that involve the overuse of alcohol or drugs. Addiction develops over time and is a chronic and relapsing illness. Addictive disorders are caused by multiple factors, including genetic vulnerability, environmental stressors, social pressures, individual personality characteristics and psychiatric problems.

From a neurological standpoint, addictive disorders arise when a substance changes the way the user’s brain feels pleasure. Addictive substances alter the brain’s ability to send and receive chemicals called neurotransmitters, which cause pleasure. The addictive substances can prevent nerves in the brain called neurons from receiving these pleasure chemicals, meaning the drug user relies on the drug, rather than his or her natural brain chemicals, for feelings of pleasure.

Most of the knowledge available regarding substance use and abuse comes from studying adult populations. A lack of research studying young adult substance use and abuse leaves questions concerning how it differs from substance abuse in other age groups unanswered.

  • Track 16-1Gambling Addiction
  • Track 16-2Pain Addiction
  • Track 16-3Exercise Addiction
  • Track 16-4Alcohol Addiction
  • Track 16-5Drug Addiction
  • Track 16-6Sex & Porn Addiction
  • Track 16-7Food Addiction
  • Track 16-8Shopping Addiction
  • Track 16-9Risky Behaviour Addiction
  • Track 16-10Food Addiction
  • Track 16-11Gambling Addiction
  • Track 16-12Video Game Addiction

Geriatric Psychiatry organizes service delivery of psychiatric care to the elderly in multidisciplinary teams and in locations that best serve the needs of this elderly population. It focuses on the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of complex mental disorders uniquely occurring in late life. Geriatric Psychiatry is focused on providing care for intensive-needs patients and their caregivers at the end of the life cycle, a time when many complex physical and mental health issues coalesce. The subspecialty generates new knowledge through research, and interprets and disseminates new knowledge and best practices in geriatric psychiatry to all health care professionals and trainees involved in the care of the elderly. Geriatric Psychiatry is engaged in advocacy and development of health policy and planning related to late life mental illness and mental health, caregiver and care provider support, and systems of care. 

 

  • Track 17-1Dementia and Cognitive Decline
  • Track 17-2Depression
  • Track 17-3Anxiety Disorders
  • Track 17-4Delirium
  • Track 17-5Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Track 17-6Somatic Disorders
  • Track 17-7Geriatric Counselling
  • Track 17-8Treatment and Care Strategies

A fundamental characteristic of clinical psychology is its deep roots into clinical practice, unlike other fields of psychology. The major advances in psychological assessment and treatment that have been introduced by clinical psychologists in the past decades have found their inspiration from their activities in the front-lines delivery of clinical services .The weight and potential growth of clinical psychology lie in its capacity to maintain a strong clinical focus in research and to progress in emerging lines of research that have been developed. The emerging trends of clinical psychology provide important opportunities for developments and treatments in Clinical Psychology.

 

  • Track 18-1Psychological Treatments
  • Track 18-2Cognitive-Behavioral Treatments
  • Track 18-3Current Trends in Clinical Psychology
  • Track 18-4Issues in Clinical Psychology
  • Track 18-5Approaches to Anxiety Disorder Problems
  • Track 18-6Psychological Approaches
  • Track 18-7Issues in Community Psychology

Psychosis is the term used to describe the state of mind in which the individual experiences a distortion or loss of contact with reality. It is caused due to a genetic disorder. This mental state is characterized by the presence of hallucinations, delusions and/or thought disorder. It affects 3 out of every 100 people. People experiencing psychosis may exhibit some kind of personality changes and thought disorder. Psychosis can also be stimulated by traumatic experiences, stress or physical conditions such as Parkinson's disease, brain tumor or as a result of drug misuse, alcohol misuse. It is most likely to be diagnosed in young adults and also in any sort of persons. Different types of psychosis includes drug or alcohol related psychosis, organic psychosis, brief reactive psychosis and psychotic disorders. It is diagnosed through a psychiatric evaluation. Treatment consists of Rapid Tranquilization, Drugs and medication, therapies. The concept of the session consists of attempts made to recovery, and examination.

 

  • Track 19-1Signs and Symptoms
  • Track 19-2Thought Disorders and Delusions
  • Track 19-3Psychoactive Drugs
  • Track 19-4Trauma in Psychosis
  • Track 19-5Diagnosis and Prevention
  • Track 19-6Advanced Treatments and Psychological Treatments
  • Track 19-7Psychosis Prevention

It is a service to help people recover from the difficulties of longer-term mental health problems. It helps and support people who still find it difficult to cope with everyday life or get on with other people. It aims to help people deal with problems, to get their confidence back, and to help people to live as independently as possible. Rehabilitation specialist expertise in  long-term treatment and care of people with severe mental illness and complex needs. They look at the long-term possibilities for the patient, not just symptoms of the illness, and work closely within a team of other professionals. The rehabilitation team includes psychiatrists, nurses, occupational therapists, psychologists and social workers.

 

  • Track 20-1Juvenile Mental Health & Rehabilitation
  • Track 20-2Community Mental Health
  • Track 20-3State Funded Rehabilitation Programs
  • Track 20-4Medication and Rehabilitation Programs
  • Track 20-5Residential Rehabilitation Programs and Therapies
  • Track 20-6Criminal Recidivism & Rehabilitation Program
  • Track 20-7Mental Health Counselling

A psychiatric nurse plays a vital role in the administration of psychiatric treatment and care. Nurses in this profession work alongside psychiatrists, who are medical doctors specializing in mental disorders ranging from depression and anxiety to schizophrenia and personality disorders. Nurses engaged in this profession help develop a treatment plan and use their therapeutic skills to offer a range of options to patients and their families. Psychiatric Mental Health Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, or PMH-APRNs, may even offer primary care services to mental health patients including the diagnosis of disorders and administration of psychotherapy. A psychiatric nurse who has achieved licensure as a PMH-ARPN uses her full range of therapeutic skills to assess and diagnose a patient, often working within her own practice.

 

  • Track 21-1Psychiatric Nursing & Globalization
  • Track 21-2Changes and Challenges in Psychiatric Nursing
  • Track 21-3Current Trends in Psychiatric Nursing
  • Track 21-4Issues in Psychiatric Nursing
  • Track 21-5Case Management and Psychiatric Nursing
  • Track 21-6Evidence- Based Practice (EBP) and Issues
  • Track 21-7Evidence- Based Practice (EBP) and Issues
  • Track 21-8Nursing Process and Outcomes of Care

Psychiatrists are physicians who specialize in psychiatry and are certified to treat mental illness. Psychologist and a Psychiatrist both study the brain, emotions, feelings and thoughts. There is a distinct difference between the two fields of study. Psychologists specialize in a host of different areas within the field and identify themselves by many different labels. The field of psychology encompasses both research, through which we learn fundamental things about human and nonhuman animal behaviour, and practice, through which that knowledge is applied to solving problems and promoting healthy human development. In each of the subfields, there are psychologists who work primarily as researchers, others who work primarily as practitioners and many who do both (scientist–practitioners). Indeed, one of psychology’s most unique and important characteristics is its coupling of science and practice, which stimulates the continual advancement of both.

 

  • Track 22-1Psychiatrists and Psychologist
  • Track 22-2Psychiatric and Psychological Services
  • Track 22-3Psychoanalysis and Psychodynamic Therapies
  • Track 22-4Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy
  • Track 22-5Interpersonal Therapy
  • Track 22-6Hypnotherapy
  • Track 22-7Psychotherapy
  • Track 22-8Acupuncture Therapy
  • Track 22-9Acupuncture Therapy

Psychopharmacology has become a major approach to treatment in primary mental health disorders. However, combined psychiatric and medical illness can give rise to some challenging diagnostic problems. Furthermore, drug treatment of patients with such illnesses can involve important drug-disease interactions and drug-drug interactions. One should keep in mind the issues that arise when an emotionally troubled patient would benefit from a psychotropic drug but a concurrent medical illness complicates this treatment. An awareness of both the medical and psychiatric issues involved may make successful treatment possible. There is definitely a need for further research in the field, especially regarding major unresolved issues such as the proper selection of patients for whom antidepressants are indicated, clinical and biological predictors of treatment response, and the development of new treatments with superior efficacy and safety. Meanwhile, an empathic psychotherapeutic alliance coupled with careful clinical and pharmacological monitoring are the essential prerequisites for successful treatments.

 

  • Track 23-1Modern Psychopharmacology
  • Track 23-2Chemical Signalling
  • Track 23-3Psychopharmacological Substances
  • Track 23-4Cannabis and Cannabinoids
  • Track 23-5Psychoactive Drugs
  • Track 23-6Psychopharmacologic Medication
  • Track 23-7Placebo Medications

Yoga is one of the fast reviving sciences which has received worldwide attention during recent years. Practice of Yoga helps an individual in coping with anxiety and makes the life comfortable and free from too much of anxiety and tension. Yoga may be utilised as a promotive and preventive care for mental health. In addition, appropriate schedules of Yoga Therapy may be developed also as a method of curative treatment of early psychosomatic diseases.

 

  • Track 24-1Yoga and Mental Health
  • Track 24-2ADHD and Yoga
  • Track 24-3Yoga for Children
  • Track 24-4Yoga as Antidepressant
  • Track 24-5Yoga for Trauma and Stress
  • Track 24-6Anxiety Disorders and Yoga