Theme: Achieving Mental Wellness by understanding Human Mind



Based on the outcomes of the previous neuro conferences ME Conferences invites attendees from all over the world to attend the PSYCHIATRY MEET 2022 conference, themed "35th International Conference on Psychiatry and Mental Health," which will take place September 20, 2022.

The Mental Health Congress 2022 is a prestigious gathering of lecturers and keynote speakers from across the world who will present lectures on the most recent advancements and innovations in the field of mental health and psychiatry. Epidemiology of Depression, Neuropsychology and Behavioral Addiction, Epigenetics of Depression, Psychiatry & Mental Health, Psychology and Psychotherapy, Schizophrenia and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Covid-19 and Mental Health, Ayurveda for Mental Health, Depression and Anxiety Disorders, and many others are among the topics covered in the sessions. Lectures, YRF (Young Research Forum), oral presentations, and poster presentations are also part of the conference.

Take the advantage to share the knowledge of different cases, the most recent advances, and clinical practices and unite with international collaborations and networking across the globe

Target audience:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychotherapists
  • Clinical psychologists
  • Psychologists
  • Mental Health Specialists
  • Neurologists
  • Healthcare Scientists
  • Psychiatric Counsellors
  • Psychiatric Pharmacists
  • Professors
  • Researchers
  • Mental Health Administrators
  • Mental Health Educators
  • Students
  • Mental Health Educators

Track 1: Mental Health

Mental health denotes to cognitive, behavioural, and expressive well-being. It is totally about how people think, feel, and behave. People at times use the term “mental health” to mean the absence of a mental disorder. Observing after mental health can preserve a person’s ability to enjoy life. Doing this includes reaching a balance between life activities, responsibilities, and efforts to achieve psychological resilience. Conditions such as stress, depression, and anxiety can completely affect mental health and disrupt a person’s routine. Although the term mental health is in common use, several conditions that doctors recognize as psychological disorders have physical roots.

Modifiable factors for mental health disorders include:

  • Socioeconomic conditions
  • Occupation
  • A person’s level of social involvement
  • Education
  • Housing quality

Track 2: Epidemiology of depression

 According to a report released by the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO), depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide, with an estimated 4.4 percent of the global population suffering from it. The number of people living with depression increased by 18 percent between 2005 and 2015. Its consequences have a significant influence on overall health, including an increased risk of dementia, premature mortality due to real difficulties, and maternal depression having an impact on child development.

  • Burden of illness
  • Depression
  • Epidemiology

Track 3: Covid and Mental Health

Fear, worry, and stress are natural reactions to perceived or real threats, as well as to uncertainty and the unknown. As a result, people's terror in the face of the COVID-19 epidemic is natural and understandable. In addition to the fear of contracting the infection in a pandemic, such as COVID-19, there are significant changes in our daily lives as our advancements are focused on efforts to contain and prevent the spread of the infection.

  • Get enough sleep
  • Participate in regular physical activity
  • Eat healthy
  • Avoid tobacco, alcohol and drugs
  • Limit screen time

Track 4: Neuropsychology and Behavioral Addiction

Neuropsychology is a branch of psychology concerned with how the cerebrum and the rest of the sensory system interact with an individual's judgement and behaviour. Experts in this field of brain science frequently discuss the psychological and behavioural consequences of mental wounds or illnesses. Behavioral addictions have similar effects on relationships as chemical addictions on relationships, which are frequently overlooked for the habit-forming behaviour, undermining trust and forcing partners and other relatives to hide and compensate for issues arising from the obsession.

  • Neurobiology
  • Neurocognition
  • Neurophysiology
  • Neuroimaging
  • Behavioral addiction

Track 5: Psychiatry & Mental Health

A case history and mental health examination are usually the first steps in individual psychiatry. It's possible that actual exams and mental tests will be directed. Mental illnesses are regularly identified in order to have clinical ideas recorded in demonstration manuals such as the World Health Organization's (WHO) International Classification of Diseases (ICD) (WHO) As defined by the Public Health Agency of Canada, psychological well-being is a person's ability to feel, think, and act in ways that lead to greater personal happiness while respecting individual, social, and social boundaries. Any of these impairments is a risk factor for mental illness. Mental health issues are defined as a physical condition that affects and modifies intellectual functioning, emotional reactions, and behaviour that is both troublesome and impaired.

Track 6: Psychology and Psychotherapy

Psychology is the study of the mind and behaviour. Psychology is concerned with the study of conscious and unconscious events. Analysts are also looking for a better understanding of the new properties of minds, which relates the field to neurology. Therapists, like sociologists, want to understand how individuals and communities behave. The use of psychological  tactics to assist an individual in changing behaviour and defeating challenges, particularly when based on standard individual interaction with children. Psychotherapy is a term that refers to the process of determining or alleviating a person's prosperity and psychological wellness, as well as the process of determining or alleviating convictions, impulses, emotions, or feelings, and the process of further developing connections and social abilities.

  • Behavior therapy
  • Cognitive therapy
  • Humanistic therapy
  • Integrative or holistic therapy

Track 7: Schizophrenia and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness characterised by aberrant social behaviour and difficulty distinguishing between what is genuine and what is not. Obsessive-compulsive symptoms affect the majority of people with schizophrenia. Obsessive-compulsive disorder is diagnosed in about 12% of the population. Schizophrenia and OCD are fundamentally unrelated in terms of their causes and symptoms, although they have several characteristics that make a select people more vulnerable to both Contaminations.

  • Perfection.
  • Doubt/harm.
  • Forbidden thoughts.

Track 8: Ayurveda for Mental Health

Ayurveda plays a role in the treatment of psychological issues. Psychological well-being, according to Ayurveda, is a state of balance between the tridoshas, sapta dhatus, and receptor and brain homeostasis. Grahachikitsa is one of Ayurveda's eight branches, and it deals with brain science and psychiatry to aid in the prevention and treatment of psychological problems. Etiologic

  • symptoms
  • Diagnosis
  • Therapy for afflictions in humans and animals

Track 9: Depression and Anxiety Disorders

Women are more likely than men to suffer from depression. There are several differences in the way the discouraged state of mind manifests depending on sex and age. It manifests itself in men as drowsiness, irritability, and wrath. They may engage in more irrational behaviour and abuse drugs and alcoholic beverages. Depression in women manifests itself in the form of sadness, helplessness, and blame. Anxiety is a common emotion. It's your mind's way of reacting to stress and warning you about potential dangers ahead. Many people with anxiety disorders can deal with their feelings with the help of treatment. Feeling nervous, restless or tense.

  • Having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom.
  • Having an increased heart rate.
  • Breathing rapidly (hyperventilation)
  • Sweating.
  • Tremblin

Track 10: Evolutionary Psychology and Psychoanalytic Theories

According to evolutionary brain research and developmental psychiatry, psychological issues are caused by the ineffective activity of mental modules that have been adapted to tribal physical or social settings but not to modern ones. In similar species, social abnormalities resembling human dysfunctional behaviour have been discovered. Unresolved internal and social conflicts are central to psychoanalytic beliefs. These hypotheses have been based on mental difficulties being clarified. The effect of unaware factors on human behaviour is the subject of this hypothesis.Disputes about the testability of evolutionary hypotheses,

  • Alternatives to some of the cognitive assumptions (such as massive modularity) frequently employed in evolutionary psychology Claimed vagueness stemming from evolutionary assumption.

Track 11: Addiction Psychiatry

Addiction psychiatry is a clinical specialisation of psychiatry that focuses on the examination, diagnosis, and treatment of people who are suffering from at least one addiction-related problem. This could include concerns like legal and illegal pharmaceuticals, gambling, sex, eating, and other motivation control issues. The advancements in the field of addiction psychiatry have been spurred by the development of scientific information measures, such as the wellbeing impacts and medicines for substance use issues. These advances in understanding the physiology of compensatory behaviour, along with government funding, have provided enough leeway for fixation psychiatry research. Drug and alcohol addiction

  • Including genetic and environmental influences
  • Socioeconomic status 
  • Pre-existing mental health conditions

Track 12: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

A child or adolescent is a person who is between the ages of eight and sixteen. The therapist who works in the investigation and treatment of issues of reasoning, feeling, or possibly harmful action that affect children, teenagers, and their families is known as a psychiatrist. A child and adolescent therapist provides families with the benefits of professional training, expert morals, and the clinical requirement of thorough consideration. It looks at the bio psychosocial factors that influence the course and outcome of mental illnesses, as well as therapeutic responses to various interventions. To treat mental illnesses in children and adolescents, child and adolescent specialists primarily use psychotherapy or maybe drugs.Depressive disorder

  • Dysthymia
  • Depressive disorder
  • Separation anxiety disorder in childhood
  • Generalized anxiety disorders
  • Conduct disorder

Track 13: Forensic Psychiatry

Forensic psychiatry is a psychiatric discipline associated with criminology. It takes into account the intersection of law and psychiatry. It is defined as "a subspecialty of psychiatry in which logical and clinical skill is applied in lawful settings including common, criminal, remedial, administrative, or authoritative issue, and in specific clinical discussions in regions," according to the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law.Emotional Injury.

  • Fitness to Stand Trial.
  • Insanity Defense.
  • Guilty But Mentally Ill.
  • Sentencing (Mitigation, Diminished Capacity, Volitional arm defense)
  • Competency to Confess.
  • Sex Offender Evaluation.

Track 14: Neuropsychiatry and Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Organic or Neuropsychiatry? Psychiatry is a branch of medicine that deals with mental issues resulting from sensory system illnesses. Neuropsychiatry, on the other hand, is a growing specialism of psychiatry that is also closely linked to the sciences of neuropsychology and conduct nervous system science. Neurodevelopmental diseases are impediments to the cerebrum's or potentially focal sensory system's development and improvement. A more limited application of the phrase refers to a mental health issue that affects feelings, learning ability, discretion, and memory as an individual creates and evolves.seizures.

  • attention deficit disorders.
  • cognitive deficit disorders.
  • palsies.
  • uncontrolled anger.
  • migraine headaches.
  • addictions.
  • eating disorders

 Track 15: Personality Disorders

A personality disorder is a mental illness in which you have a strict and harmful way of thinking, functioning, and acting. A personality disordered individual has difficulty perceiving and relating to situations and people. Relationships, social activities, job, and school are all hampered as a result of this. You might not recognise you have a personality disorder since your style of thinking and acting appears natural to you. You may also blame others for your difficulties. Cluster A personality disorders

  • Paranoid personality disorder
  • Schizoid personality disorder
  • Schizotypal personality disorder
  • Antisocial personality disorder

Track 16: Trauma-Related Disorders

People who have been through a traumatic event may find it difficult to return to a regular frame of mind later. They may acquire a mental health issue as a result of the event in some situations. Trauma disorder is the term for this condition, and there are seven different types:Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

  • Acute Stress Disorder (ASD)
  • Secondhand Trauma
  • Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)
  • Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder (DSED)
  • Adjustment Disorders
  • Other and Unspecified Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders

Track 17: Substance Abuse Disorders

SUDs include the use of illicit (illegal) substances as well as the misuse of legal substances such as alcohol, nicotine, and prescription medicines. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) of the American Psychiatric Association lists eleven symptoms of SUDs. Having a strong desire to stop using the substance and/or attempting to minimise or regulate substance use on a regular basis Using the substance while knowing that it is likely to have caused or exacerbated a bodily or psychological health problem. Using the substance in greater quantities  or for a longer period of time than was intended. When you stop using the chemical, you will experience withdrawal symptoms. Alcohol

  • Opioids
  • Stimulants
  • Hallucinogens
  • Cannabis

Track 18: Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing

Registered nurses (RN) and advanced practise registered nurses (APRN) in psychiatric-mental health (PMH) are the second largest category of behavioural health professionals in the United States. They provide comprehensive care to individuals, families, groups, and communities in a number of contexts. PMH nurses build close therapeutic relationships with people of all ages, getting to know their stories and issues in order to help them change their lives for the better.psychological therapies

Track 19: Bioterrorism and Disaster Medicine

Most medical disciplines consider bioterrorism and terrorism, as well as catastrophe and emergency preparedness, to be key priorities. Both the medical specialty resources and the contribution of scholarly papers from various medical specialisations illustrate this primary priority. This represents the wide range of medical care required in the event of a terrorist attack, as well as the coordinated initiatives that will help to improve the medical response to these threats. Bioterrorism

  • Terrorism
  • Disaster preparedness.
  • Emergency preparedness

Track 20: Epigenetics of Depression

Natural and inherited factors have a strong impact on major depressive illness. These elements include epigenetic genome modification, which involves a continuous alteration in quality articulation without a change in the genuine DNA grouping. Hereditary and natural factors can have an impact on the genome during the course of a person's life; yet, during childhood, an individual is largely defenceless. Certain epigenetic variables, like as methylation, may serve as indicators for the efficacy of antidepressant therapy. Antidepressants can now be used to help people relax and reduce global DNA methylation levels.

  • istone deacetylases
  • Histone methyltransferases
  • Brain-derived neurotrophic factor
  • Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis
  • Glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor

Track 21: Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders are a category of illnesses that impair one's capacity to get enough sleep on a regular basis. Sleep disorders are growing more widespread in the United States, whether they are caused by a medical condition or too much stress. Most people have trouble sleeping from time to time owing to stress, hectic schedules, and other external factors. These concerns, on the other hand, may suggest a sleeping disorder if they occur on a regular basis and interfere with everyday life. People with sleep disorders may have difficulty going asleep and may feel exceedingly fatigued during the day, depending on the type of disorder. Sleep deprivation can affect your energy, mood, focus, and overall health. Insomnia

  • Sleep apnea
  • Parasomnias
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • Narcolepsy

Scope and Importance:

Psychiatry Meet 2022 is to bring top experts together and delegates for an in-depth discussion on Psychiatry and Mental Health. This conference encourages the participation of the eminent professors, students and researchers in all areas of Psychiatry and will provide an international forum for the dissemination of research results, new ideas and practical development experiences.

Psychiatry is more crucial to the common public than ever before, and with the rise of reported mental health and behavioral health issues. It might seem a bit confusing as to why some personalities still tend to ignore the consequences of leaving these symptoms crude. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported that the suicide rate of Americans aged 35-64 years has risen about 29 per cent from 1999 to 2010.  In Europe, the rate of employees reporting with mental health issues to their employers has been risen to two out of for every five workers. According to tremendous amounts of studies, an increase in global awareness and a shift in attitude towards treating and helping the persons with behavioral or mental health issues has likely brought more of these issues to light.

Psychiatrists Market Size

The global psychiatrists market reached a value of about $197.0 billion in the year 2019, having grown at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.0% since 2015 and is expected to grow at a growth rate (CAGR) of 6.9% to reach nearly $256.9 billion by the year 2023. Going forward, the private health insurance reforms, economic growth and the social acceptance will drive the market. Factors that may hinder the growth of the psychiatrists market in the near future includes high cost associated with the drugs and medical devices for the treatment and shortage of psychiatric professionals.

Impact of Covid 19 on Mental Health

Covid19 pandemic have a staggering emotional well-being sway on individuals everywhere on the world. The despondency or depression among the individuals who have lost friends and family, the disquiet at losing an employment and monetary security, the dissatisfaction of lockdowns, difficulties of telecommuting while at the same time dealing with kids alongside the dread of getting the illness have all negatively affected the psychological well-being.

The Commonwealth Fund and research firm SSRS recently delivered a review about the issue, focusing on the circumstances across the ten top high income charts (no information was accessible for Germany for the accompanying infographic). It found that 33% of individuals in the United States are encountered pressure, nervousness or bitterness that was hard to adapt since the pandemic of Covid-19. Around a fourth of respondents in Canada, the UK, and France likewise said they had endured psychological well-being issues because of the pandemic.

Top universities globally working in the field of Psychiatry & Mental Health

  • University of Cambridge
  • University of Edinburgh
  • University of Manchester
  • Cardiff University
  • University of Vermont
  • University of Amsterdam
  • Ghent University
  • Maastricht University
  • University of Melbourne
  • University of Queensland
  • University of New South Wales
  • University of Adelaide
  • University of Sydney
  • Australian National University
  • Monash University
  • Macquarie University
  • University of Hong Kong
  • University of British Columbia
  • Dalhousie University
  • Mount St. Vincent University

Psychiatry Associations involved in innovative techniques & researches:

  • American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry
  • American Osteopathic Board of Neurology and Psychiatry
  • Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry
  • Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
  • Chinese Society of Psychiatry
  • European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees
  • Indian Psychiatric Society
  • Institute of Psychiatry and Human Behaviour
  • International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions
  • International Early Psychosis Association
  • International Psychopharmacology Algorithm Project
  • International Society for Affective Disorders
  • International Society of Psychiatric Genetics
  • Psychiatric Genomics Consortium
  • Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists
  • Royal College of Psychiatrists
  • Taiwanese Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • World Psychiatric Association

Societies and Associations:

USA and Canada: 

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, American Psychological Association, Anxiety and Depression Association, Brain and Behavior Research Foundation, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, Anxiety Disorders Association of Canada (ADAC), Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness And Mental Health, Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association, Canadian Mental Health Association, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health      


The British psychological Society, European Association of Social Psychology, European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, Finnish Psychological Association, Psychological Society of Ireland, Russian Psychological Society, Turkish Psychological Association.

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