Child and Adolescent Mental Health

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. Encouraging 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 undertreated. Signs of poor mental health can be overlooked for several reasons, such as a lack of subject or awareness about mental health among health y workers, or stigma preventing them from seeking help.

  • Adolescent Egocentrism
  • Child Sexual Abuse
  • Child Psychopathology
  • Behavioural Therapy in Children
  • Ontological Hermeneutics
  •  Neonatal Neurology

Mental Health Conferences   inviting workshop proposals on Emergency psychiatry, which covers attempted suicide, Stupor, Excitement (violence).

Psychiatry Conferences   inviting short course proposals  on Emergency psychiatry.