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23rd International Conference on Adolescent Medicine & Child Psychology, will be organized around the theme “Unveiling Novel Therapies and Developmental Strategies to Help Children Grow Better ”
Child Psychology 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Child Psychology 2017
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Psychology of Child includes Psychological development in child mainly refers to the development throughout the lifespan. Worldwide there are many psychological conferences .As we know mental health is absence of mental disorders, different kinds of syndromes during the life span results in mental disorders. Worldwide 20% of adolescent and children experience mental disorders. If untreated, then these conditions influence children’s development. What is the Mental illness across life span of Child, how Brains and Mental health related, Children sleep and mental health relation, Mental Rehabilitation? Sometimes people even think of is Mental illness a Myth??
- Track 1-1Understanding Child Mental Health Problems
- Track 1-2Child, Adolescent and Family Development
- Track 1-3Doctor Patient Relationship in Paediatrics
- Track 1-4Parent Guidance and Consultation
- Track 1-5Child Mental Health
- Track 1-6Chid Development
- Track 1-7Child and Adolescent Victim
- Track 1-8Environmental influences in children
Illtreatment to a child which accounts to any non-accidental behaviour by parents, caretakers or other adults that is not quite normal leaves a substantial risk of causing physical or emotional harm to a child. Such behaviours can include acts of omission (i.e., neglect) and commission (i.e., abuse). The emotional harm though mainly cause long lasting effects affects the individual throughout life, damaging his ability to have healthy relationships, and ability to function at normally at every stage of his life.
- Track 2-1Physical Abuse
- Track 2-2Emotional Abuse
- Track 2-3Sexual Abuse
- Track 2-4Exposure to Family violence
- Track 2-5Child Trafficking
- Track 2-6Bullying and Aggresion
- Track 2-7Child Rights
- Track 2-8Child Welfare
Children pass through certain developmental periods in their journey from being an infant to an young adult. During these stages huge changes physically and neurologically occur within their brains which we refer to as the development of the brain. These developments take place and are genetically determined. However, certain environmental circumstances and interaction with individuals in that environment have deep influence on how each child benefits from each developmental event. This study helps parents to understand these stages of their child and expects them to support and encourage the child to progress through each of these stages easily based each child’s unique characteristics and interests.
- Track 3-1Stages of child development
- Track 3-2Child Well Being and early development
- Track 3-3Role of parents in child psychological development
- Track 3-4Psychological development in child
- Track 3-5Intellectual and Mental Development in Child
- Track 3-6Child Health and Early Child Education
Neonatal period is included in the perinatal period of a child where it mainly emphasize on the first month after the birth of child .It explores earliest experiences of the individual during pregnancy and after child birth ("perinatal"), how new born baby respond in the environment, Many question arises in every mind what is the Life before Birth, Maternal fetal bonding, so in this session we will talk about what can be the environmental impact on prenatal development. In the analysis does in USA it was found Parents, too, can be a source injury to the unborn baby as the consequence of their personal habits alcohol and drug addicted that may even lead to Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
- Track 4-1Enviroment impact on prenatal development
- Track 4-2Fetal alcohol syndrome
- Track 4-3Postnatal depression
- Track 4-4Pediatric conditions and the role of psychologist
- Track 4-5Pediatric emergency treatment
- Track 4-6Pediatric Health and Neurology
- Track 4-7Pediatric Psychology
Adolescent Medicine are prescribed to youth of the age group 10-25 inorder to provide comprehensive care. The basic target of this field is imparting quality medical care to youth throughout their adolescence years with a focus to develop a sense of individuality within them along with the supporting their physical and emotional development. Through this session we aim to educate and empower teens to understand the importance of their healthcare and hence life decisions.
- Track 5-1Current and Evolving Patterns of Mental Health Care
- Track 5-2Neonatal intensive Care
- Track 5-3Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
- Track 5-4Imapact of nutrition on prenatal Development
Adolescence is hard time for a child, all the psychological and physical changes occur during this teen age. It is refer to as transitional period in life of an individual. In this session we will have a talk on physical and hormonal changes like negative attitudes, pressures from peers, drug andalcohol abuse, depression in adolescence, puberty changes, issues of sexuality, impact of substance abuse on child, bullying and aggression, impact of culture on adolescent learning, self-harm and suicidal behavior, social life of adolescent, adolescent psychosis, adolescent parental relationship.
- Track 6-1Adolescent parental seperation
- Track 6-2Adolescent parent relations
- Track 6-3Impact of substance abuse on adolescent
- Track 6-4Impact of culture on adolescent learning
- Track 6-5Adolescent addiction
- Track 6-6Adolescent risk behaviours
- Track 6-7Impact of Alcohol Comsumption
- Track 6-8Suicidal behaviour and self harm
Child Educational Psychology is mainly based on study and applied theories and concepts from all of psychology in educational settings. It might be schools, starting from preschools and all the way through college. The two theoretical perspectives within educational psychology are the cognitive perspective and the behavioral perspective. The field of educational psychology involves study of conceptual processes, memory and individual differences in conceptualizing new strategies for learning processes in humans. Our conference will mainly emphasize on development and cognitive theories in educational psychology, overview of social psychology and its application in education, different learning styles and theories, child school Psychology and early childhood education.
- Track 7-1Education and child psychology
- Track 7-2Psychological characteristics of preschool children
- Track 7-3Early childhood education
- Track 7-4Development and cognitive theories in educational psychology
- Track 7-5Senses and Sense Training
- Track 7-6Thinking and Reasoning
- Track 7-7Perceptual Development
All parents hope for a perfect child, unfortunately some children are born with serious developmental disorders as every child is at increased risk as estimated by the research in USA. Developmental disorders is a group of psychiatric conditions most often occur and are diagnosed when the child is of school-age, so the question raised how does a child living with development disability? how environment influences the child development , all this results in Mental retardation, Reading disorders, Stuttering,Substance abuse and alcohol problems, Suicide prevention and support, Internet and Selfie addiction, Learning disability, Neural Tube Defects , Seizure Disorders, Fragile X Syndrome, Schizophrenia, Childhood anxiety. Tourette syndrome.
- Track 8-1 Children with ADHA
- Track 8-2Tourette syndrome
- Track 8-3Fragile X Syndrome
- Track 8-4Internet and Selfie addiction
- Track 8-5Diagnosis and treatment in clinical child psychology
Positive psychology is a relatively new field branch of psychology which focuses on how to help human beings prosper and lead healthy and happy lives. While other branches of psychology tend to focus on dysfunction and abnormal behavior but positive psychology is centered on helping people become happier. In this particular session we will cover all the major topics of positive psychology including Positive Psychology practice, Optimism and helplessness, Mindfulness, Positive thinking, Resilience and applications of positive psychology.
- Track 9-1Positive psychology practice
- Track 9-2Positive psychology exercises
- Track 9-3Applied postive psychology
- Track 9-4Positive behaviour
- Track 9-5Positive psychotherapy
- Track 9-6Positive corelations psychology
- Track 9-7Positive interventions
Children and Adolescent counselling is a process of security for the young one to express and explore himself and hence learn to live a beautiful life. The counsellor mainly focusses on the young individual and their family or caretakers to help them adjust and thrive the challenges they face by themselves, learn new skills to adapt and thereby grow better as an individual.
- Track 10-1Child and Adolescent Counselling
- Track 10-2Impact of counseling
- Track 10-3Mental health problems counseling
- Track 10-4Psychological experience couseling
- Track 10-5Current theories in Counselling psychology
Psychiatric disorders are at the increased rate in both child and adolescent. Young people suffer from emotional, behavior and mental, problems that are real, painful, and very costly .These problems, often called termed as disorders and or depression are a source of stress for the child , adolescent ,family, school, community, and society. All these mental disorders if untreated these conditions influence development of child. Most mental health problems are diagnosed in adulthood begins in adolescence. The goal of the session is to get the knowledge of different psychiatric disorders as Eating disorders, Schizophrenia, Depression and suicide, Bipolar disorders, Post traumatic stress disorder, phobia, Tourette syndrome, Obsessive compulsive disorder, Dementia, Cognitive Disorders, Stuttering, Concussion, Insomnia and conduct disorders.
- Track 11-1Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescent
- Track 11-2Bipolar Disorders
- Track 11-3Conduct Disorder
- Track 11-4Eating Disorder
- Track 11-5Mood Disorder
- Track 11-6Depression and Suicide
- Track 11-7Concussion
- Track 11-8Dyslexia
- Track 11-9Schizophrenia
Autism is a spectrum of closely-related disorders with a shared core of symptoms. What is autism through lifespan as every individual on the autism spectrum has problems to some degree with social skills, empathy, Speech development and programs, communication, and flexible behavior. Scientists don't know the exact causes of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), but research suggests that both genes and environment play important roles so here we have glance on Autism Genetics, Dietary supplements for autism, Neurotransmission and signaling in autism, Therapy for autism, Novel methods: Challenges of treating people with autism are included in this session.
- Track 12-1Genetics of autism
- Track 12-2The Autistic Brain
- Track 12-3Dietary supplements for autism
- Track 12-4Neurotransmission in autism
- Track 12-5Autism therapy
- Track 12-6Advances in autism diagnosis
- Track 12-7Autism in children
Psychiatric mental health nursing is a sub division of nursing. These individuals mainly work with individuals, families, groups and communities providing them help to better their mental health conditions. They mainly work by preparing a nursing diagnosis and accordingly plan for care and lastly evaluates for effectiveness. They treat patients with psychiatric disorders or the potential to develop so using their therapeutic skills and may also apply psychotherapy.
- Track 13-1Mental health in schools
- Track 13-2Assessment of mental and behavioural disorders
- Track 13-3Mental health - individual and group counselling
- Track 13-4Mental Health & Addictions
- Track 13-5Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Practice
- Track 13-6Advanced therapeutics in Mental health Disorders
- Track 13-7Cognition in mental health
Neuropsychiatry is the amalgamation of psychiatry and Neurology. This is a medical branch that deals with the behavioural or we can say psychological problems that may be associated with common neurological conditions as epilepsy, dementia, atypical spells, attention deficit disorder or any mental disorder. This field mainly focusses on the cerebral cortex and limbic system.
- Track 14-1Cognitive disturbance and rehabilitation
- Track 14-2Genetic abnormalities
- Track 14-3Early behavior disruptive disorders
- Track 14-4Neuroimaging studies of early brain development
- Track 14-5Neuropsychiatry and its application
- Track 14-6Cognitive Mental Illness
- Track 14-7Child Brain
- Track 14-8Social cognitive psychology
Mental health problems are common and affect the lifespan of each and every individual. These problems include psychological disorders related toanxiety, mood, eating, psychosis, substance use, and personality, as well as all psychological problems. The death rate have increased to 20% and thus to reduce the no of death rates here the focus of research includeChild Psychopathology Manifestation of psychological disorders, Oppositional deficient disorder, Disruptive behavior disorder, Pervasive developmental disorders, How to do Early Intervention and prevention, what can be the Therapeutic approaches towards prevention.
- Track 15-1Child psychopathology
- Track 15-2Child Psychotherpaist
- Track 15-3Therapeutic approaches towards prevention
- Track 15-4Early intervention and prevention
- Track 15-5Pervasive developmental disorders
- Track 15-6Disruptive behavior disorder
- Track 15-7Oppositional deficient disorder
- Track 15-8Manifestation of psychological disorders
- Track 15-9Psychoanalysis
Psychopharmacology is the learning of the effects of medication on the psyche (psychology), observing changed behaviors and how molecular events are manifest in a measurable behavioral form. Neurogenesis and repair deal with other aspects on the indications for medications prescribed to address psychiatric problems, that are associated with, including antipsychotic, acquired brain injury and psychopharmacology drugs and their interaction with neurotransmitters also include mood stabilizers and treatments prescribed for disorders of attention. The treatments may cause side effects such as induction of the metabolic syndrome. The effectiveness of the drugs can be increased by prescriber’s knowledge over emotional and interpersonal issues of the patient i.e. psychology of psychopharmacology. Schizophrenia is such a disorder which affects the thinking and acting ability of a person caused by viral infection, genetically or by immune disorder.
- Track 16-1Importance of Psychotropic Drugs
- Track 16-2Effect of Psychotropic Drugs on Cognitive Function
- Track 16-3Neurochemical Transmission
- Track 16-4Cognitive Impairment
- Track 16-5Substance Abuse
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- Track 17-1Medication Based Case Report
- Track 17-2Research Based Case Report
- Track 17-3Diagnostic Case Reports
- Track 17-4Case Reports of Different Continents