Welcome Mental Health 2024

Welcome to the International Conference on Mental Health and Human Resilience which is in Rome, Italy during October 21-22, 2024. We are delighted to have you join us in this global gathering of minds dedicated to advancing the understanding, support, and advocacy for mental health.

As we embark on these transformative days together, we aim to create a space where ideas flourish, knowledge is shared, and connections are forged. This conference serves as a beacon for collaboration, fostering a community that values resilience, compassion, and progress in the realm of mental health.

Our shared commitment to unraveling the complexities of mental health and promoting resilience aligns with the theme of this Mental Health Conference. Together, we will explore innovative approaches, cutting-edge research, and actionable strategies that contribute to a world where mental well-being is prioritized and supported.

The primary objective of this conference is to promote a deeper understanding of mental health issues and explore strategies for building human resilience in the face of various challenges and adversities. The importance of this conference lies in its potential to contribute to the well-being of individuals, families, and communities on a global scale.

Whether you are a seasoned professional, researcher, advocate, or enthusiast, your unique perspectives and contributions are integral to the success of this event. Engage in insightful discussions, learn from esteemed experts, and seize the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures. Let this conference be a source of inspiration, empowerment, and a catalyst for positive change in the field of mental health.

Wishing you an enriching and impactful experience at the International Conference on Mental Health and Human Resilience!

Why do you need to attend a Mental Health conference?

For professionals:

Stay updated on the latest research and advancements: Conferences offer opportunities to learn about cutting-edge treatments, diagnostic tools, and emerging research in mental health. This can help professionals provide the best possible care to their clients.

Network with colleagues: Conferences provide a platform for professionals to connect with colleagues from different regions and disciplines. This can lead to collaborations, knowledge sharing, and improved understanding of mental health issues.

Develop new skills and knowledge: Many conferences offer workshops and training sessions on specific topics, allowing professionals to deepen their expertise in areas of interest.

Gain inspiration and motivation: Hearing from leading experts and peers who are making a difference in the field can be inspiring and motivating for professionals.

For individuals with mental health conditions:

Learn about coping mechanisms and self-management strategies: Conferences often feature sessions on various topics related to mental health, such as managing stress, anxiety, depression, and other conditions. This can be helpful for individuals seeking to improve their well-being. 

 • Connect with others who understand: Conferences provide a safe space for individuals with mental health conditions to connect with others who share similar experiences. This can help reduce feelings of isolation and build a sense of community. 

 • Gain access to resources and support: Many conferences offer information about local mental health resources, support groups, and advocacy organizations. This can be valuable for individuals seeking additional support or wanting to get involved in mental health advocacy.

What's new this year?

50+ Great Speakers

Discover a constellation of brilliance with our curated selection of 50+ extraordinary speakers! From industry titans to influential thought leaders, these luminaries ignite inspiration and drive change across diverse arenas. Uncover groundbreaking insights from tech innovators, absorb wisdom from visionary leaders, and be moved by impassioned storytellers. Join this unparalleled gathering of minds as they share expertise, motivate change, and reshape the world with their unparalleled knowledge and visionary outlooks!

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15+ Keynote Speakers

Unveiling a cadre of 15+ exceptional keynote speakers, each a beacon of insight and inspiration! These thought leaders and visionaries bring diverse expertise, from cutting-edge tech to transformative leadership strategies. Engage with their captivating narratives, glean wisdom from their experiences, and absorb their visionary perspectives. Join this exclusive assembly of minds poised to ignite motivation, drive change, and chart new frontiers in innovation, leadership, and personal growth!

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10+ Workshops & Exhibitions

Embark on a dynamic journey with our array of 10+ immersive workshops and exhibitions! Dive into hands-on sessions led by industry experts, unlocking new skills and strategies in diverse fields. Explore interactive exhibits showcasing cutting-edge technologies, innovative products, and groundbreaking ideas. Engage, learn, and network in these vibrant spaces, gaining invaluable insights and forging connections that inspire growth, innovation, and advancement across various industries!

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Organizing Committee Members

Inspiring minds, stirring change, and leaving an indelible mark—our notable speakers, your brilliance lit up our conference stage.


Ibrahim El Bayoumy

Tanta faculty of medicine

Deborah Zelinsky

Mind-Eye Institute
Richard Isralowitz

Richard Isralowitz

Regional Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research

Kalliopi Megari

University of York City College in Thessaloniki
Scientific Sessions
  • Mental Health and Well-being
  • Psychological Resilience
  • Prevention and Early Intervention
  • Cultural Perspectives
  • Mental Health Policy and Advocacy
  • Innovations in Research and Treatment
  • Human Resilience
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Psychology and psychiatry
  • Child Abuse
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Adult and Geriatic psychiatry
  • Addiction
  • Mental Health
  • Neuropsychiatric disorders
  • Psychological Disorders
  • Stress, Anxiety and Depression
  • Mental Health Awareness
Key Takeaways
  • Mental Health Clinicians
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Medical Professionals
  • Researchers: Academics and Researchers
  • Policymakers and Advocates
  • Educators
  • Social Workers and Case Managers
  • Policymakers and Government Officials
  • NGO and Non-profit Representatives
  • The Future of Recycling and Sustainability
Who Can Attend..??
  • Research Scientists
  • Entrepreneurs or Stakeholders
  • Policy Makers
  • Industry Professionals
  • Mental Health Clinicians
  • Marketing, Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Medical Professionals
  • Educators
  • Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry Representatives
  • NGO and non-profit representatives
Scientific Sessions
Session 01: Mental Health and Well-being

Mental health and well-being encompass a person's emotional, psychological, and social state. It involves the ability to manage stress, form positive relationships, and adapt to life's challenges. Good mental health contributes to overall life satisfaction and effective functioning. Factors like genetics, environment, and social connections influence mental well-being.

Session 02: Psychological Resilience

Psychological resilience refers to an individual's ability to adapt, bounce back, and maintain mental well-being in the face of adversity, stress, or significant challenges. It involves the capacity to cope with setbacks, learn from experiences, and maintain a positive outlook. Resilient individuals can navigate hardships, setbacks, and trauma while continuing to grow and thrive.

Session 03: Prevention and Early Intervention

Prevention and early intervention in the context of mental health involve strategies to identify and address potential issues before they escalate. Prevention aims to reduce the occurrence of mental health problems, while early intervention focuses on identifying and addressing concerns in their initial stages to prevent further development or worsening of symptoms.

Session 04: Cultural Perspectives

Cultural perspectives refer to the way individuals or groups interpret and make sense of the world based on their cultural background, values, traditions, and shared experiences. Culture influences beliefs, behaviors, communication styles, and attitudes toward various aspects of life, including health and well-being.

Session 05: Mental Health Policy and Advocacy

Mental health policy and advocacy involve the development, implementation, and promotion of strategies, laws, and initiatives to support mental health at the societal level. Mental health policies outline frameworks for service delivery, accessibility, and resource allocation to address mental health needs. Advocacy focuses on raising awareness, challenging stigma, and influencing decision-makers to prioritize mental health issues.

Session 06: Innovations in Research and Treatment

Innovations in research and treatment in the field of mental health involve the exploration and application of novel approaches to better understand, diagnose, and address mental health issues. Cutting-edge research methods, technology, and therapeutic interventions contribute to advancements in the field. This includes the development of new medications, therapeutic techniques, and digital health tools that enhance diagnosis, treatment planning.

Session 07: Human Resilience

Human resilience is the innate ability of individuals to bounce back, adapt, and maintain well-being in the face of adversity, trauma, or significant life challenges. Resilience involves drawing on personal strengths, coping mechanisms, and support systems to navigate difficult circumstances. It is not the absence of stress or hardship but the capacity to effectively respond and recover from them.

Session 08: Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychology is a branch of psychology that focuses on assessing, diagnosing, and treating mental and emotional disorders and behavioral issues. Clinical psychologists employ a variety of therapeutic approaches, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychoanalysis, and humanistic therapy, to help individuals improve their mental health and well-being. They work with clients of all ages and backgrounds.

Session 09: Psychology and psychiatry

Psychology is a broad discipline that explores human behavior, thoughts, and emotions. Psychologists study various aspects of mental processes and behavior through research, observation, and experimentation. Psychiatry is a branch of medicine focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental illnesses. Psychiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in mental health and can prescribe medications.

Session 10: Child Abuse

Child abuse refers to the physical, emotional, or sexual mistreatment or neglect of children, causing harm to their well-being. This distressing phenomenon can occur within families, institutions, or communities, affecting children of all ages, races, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Child abuse can manifest in various forms, including physical violence, verbal abuse, emotional neglect, sexual exploitation, or inadequate supervision.

Session 11: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Child and adolescent psychiatry is a specialized branch of psychiatry that focuses on the mental health and well-being of children and teenagers. This field addresses a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and developmental disorders that can affect young individuals. Child and adolescent psychiatrists are trained to assess, diagnose, and treat conditions such as anxiety, depression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorders, and more.

Session 12: Adult and Geriatic psychiatry

Adult psychiatry deals with mental health issues affecting individuals typically from late adolescence through the adult years. Psychiatrists in this field assess and treat a wide range of psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and personality disorders. Geriatric psychiatry, on the other hand, specializes in the mental health care of older adults, often those aged 65 and above.

Session 13: Addiction

Addiction refers to a chronic and relapsing condition characterized by the compulsive use of substances (such as drugs or alcohol) or engaging in behaviors (such as gambling or gaming) despite adverse consequences. It is considered a complex brain disorder that involves changes in brain structure and function, affecting an individual's ability to control their impulses. Substance use disorders can have profound effects on physical health, social relationships, and daily functioning.

Session 14: Mental Health

Mental health encompasses emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It involves the ability to handle stress, relate to others, make decisions, and navigate life's challenges. Mental health disorders can affect thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, impacting various aspects of daily life. Common mental health conditions include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and others.

Session 15: Neuropsychiatric disorders

Neuropsychiatric disorders refer to conditions that involve a combination of neurological and psychiatric symptoms, indicating dysfunction in both the brain's structure and function. These disorders arise from complex interactions between genetic, environmental, and neurobiological factors. The term encompasses a wide range of conditions that affect cognition, mood, behavior, and overall mental well-being.

Session 16: Psychological Disorders

Psychological disorders encompass a diverse range of conditions that adversely impact an individual's thoughts, emotions, and behavior, leading to significant distress and functional impairment. Ranging from mood disorders like depression and bipolar disorder to anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders like schizophrenia, and conditions like ADHD, eating disorders, and substance use disorders, these conditions arise from a complex interplay of genetic, biological, and environmental factors.

Session 17: Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Stress, anxiety, and depression are interconnected yet distinct mental health conditions that can significantly impact an individual's well-being. Stress is a natural response to challenging situations, but when prolonged or overwhelming, it can lead to physical and emotional strain. Anxiety involves excessive worry, fear, or apprehension about future events, often beyond what is considered normal, and can interfere with daily life.

Session 18: Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness involves promoting understanding, acceptance, and open dialogue about mental health issues to reduce stigma and encourage seeking help. It aims to educate the public about various mental health conditions, their prevalence, and the importance of overall well-being. Mental Health Awareness campaigns often emphasize the significance of early detection, intervention, and destigmatizing conversations around mental health.

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