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Annual Mental Health 2021



Following the tradition of successful events held in North & South Americas and with the success and positive response from Europe towards on-demand webinar due to COVID-19, we are privileged to announce Annual Mental Health 2021 titled ‘’8th World Summit on Mental Health, Psychiatry and Well-being’’ which is scheduled on May 07-08, 2021 at the city called ‘Venice of the North’ Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The major theme of this conference is From Resiliency to Recovery towards Wellness and Well-being.

Meeting Objective: Scientific meetings and conferences play an important role in the process of science, medical and technology and are one of the primary venues for Academicians, Scientists, Experts, Practitioners, Students, Scholars, Researchers, Coaches, Clinicians and Physicians, Health Educators, Social Workers, Nurse and private practitioners, HR professionals, Leadership experts, Administrators and also for Business professionals to present and receive feedback on research before publication, to forge collaborations, and to network and share research ideas.

Just like physical health, everyone has mental health, and it needs to be nurtured. Mental health can affect daily living, relationships, and physical health. Mental health awareness campaigns have yielded positive outcomes and some of the strategies undertaken to target awareness and address stigma around mental illness. World Mental Health Day is observed on 10 October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health from resiliency to recovery towards well-being.

Mental Health Conferences provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues, psychiatric disorders, psychological well-being and resilience, addiction and many more to talk about their work, and what more needs to be done to make mental health care a reality for people worldwide. Although mental health is a fundamental component of health, recognition of mental disorders and awareness about its importance, and lack of understanding about stigma are major barriers to seeking help and promoting better mental health and treat underlying issues contributing to the manifestations of neurological, behavioral, psychological and psychiatric disorders which was ground-breaking in many respects.

Annual Mental Health 2021 international conference is an exceptional and special designed cluster of 2 day event to take a step further; with the perfect blend of high quality presentations, keynotes addresses, oral presentations & plenary sessions, intense scientific and research topics, panel discussions, workshops, symposiums, special sessions, student poster presentations, round table discussions, exhibitions, sponsorships, and ample networking opportunities along with collaborations and media partnerships which drive wide recognition and adds value to the enlisted career profiles from the world's brightest minds in medical, life science and technology. We hope that this conference will provide a stimulating avenue to learn, exchange ideas, network and embrace wellbeing science and applications. We invite you to come along - be involved, stimulated, challenged and inspired!

We collaborate with authentic partners, exhibitors, sponsors, association and societies from around the world who are committed to supporting the mental health awareness, public health, stigma and rehabilitation, resilience and wellbeing movement and who work towards an inclusive environment where organizations, institutions, academies, hospitals, medical, yoga and meditation centers, and societies can thrive for a better wellness and patient care. The joy of attending Annual Mental Health 2021 brings with its improvement and incremental growth in your approach to do things, in the broader manner to see things and the beauty to live international diversity.

Young Researcher Award Nomination: Mental Health Conferences, Meetings and Events established the Young Researcher Award in 2016 to recognize outstanding early-career scientists who have made significant contributions to the fields of Healthcare, Medical, Science (Life & Social Sciences) and Technology.

A Take Home Message: Mental Health conferences, Psychiatry conferences, Psychology conferences, Well-being conferences, Women’s health conferences, Wellness conferences, Stress and Depression conferences, Resilience conferences, Addiction and Recovery Conferences 2021 in USA, Canada, Australia, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East are the annual meetings and events in those respective fields with a tons of potential for improving the quality and positive lives of people, communities, and organizations around the world, if you want to keep up in the world of Medical and Health Sciences, coaching, education, career, healthcare, counseling, and mindful therapies make sure to keep an eye out for what’s new in this Mental Health Awareness and Well-being event in Amsterdam!


Sessions and Topics: Bearing in mind different perspectives from a variety of professions, departments, subjects, presentations, workshops and exhibitions will concentrate on innovations in education, science, medicine and technologies, in the spatial domain and their possible contribution to a more just, ethical and sustainable society. Annual Mental Health 2021 conferences solicit contributions as call for papers and abstract submissions focusing on, but not limited to the following sessions and topics. 

Related Conferences: Mental Health Conferences | Psychiatry Conferences | Psychology Conferences | Mindfulness Conferences | Happiness Conferences | Leadership Conferences | Well-being Conferences | Wellness Conferences | Psychotherapy and Resilience Conferences | Stress Conferences | Neuroscience Conferences | Neurology Conferences | Social Sciences and Humanities Conferences

Recommended Conferences:

Related Associations & Societies:

USA & Canada: American Psychiatric Association | American Psychological Association | Mental Health America (MHA) | The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) | Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) | The American Mental Wellness Association | Association for Psychological Science, Canadian Psychological Association, Atlanta Psychological Association, American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Anxiety and Depression Association of America

Europe: World Psychiatric Association | European Psychiatric Association | World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH) | Mental Health Europe  | The German Network for Mental Health (GNMH) | Czech Mental Health Association | Finnish Central Association for Mental Health | The British Psychological Society, Spanish Psychological Association, European Association of Social Psychology, European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, British Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Psychotherapies, Federation of German Psychologists Association, German Psychological Society, Dutch Association of Psychologists, Finnish Psychological Association, Psychological Society of Ireland, Norwegian Psychological Association,  Russian Psychological Society, Swedish Psychological Association, Danish Psychological Association and Turkish Psychological Association

Asia Pacific & Middle East: Indian Psychiatric Society (IPS) | Indonesian Psychiatric Association | Malaysian Psychiatric Association | Psychiatric Association of Thailand | Philippine Psychiatric Association | Singapore Psychiatric Association | Armenian Psychiatric Association(ArPA) | The Australian Psychological Society, Chinese Psychological Society, New Zealand Psychological Society, Hong Kong Psychological Society, Indian Psychological Association, Israel Psychological Association, Korean Psychological Association, The Middle East Psychological Association, Emirates Psychological Association, Psychological Association of the Philippines, Singapore Psychological Society and Japanese Psychological Association

Speaking Opportunities

Speaking opportunities: We are constantly intrigued by hearing from professionals/practitioners who want to share their direct encounters and contextual investigations with companions and from specialists and providers whose experience can enhance our occasions. In the event that you are an expert, scholastic or somebody with other important aptitude, please email us your theoretical point or abstract proposal you feel met all requirements to examine. There are different conceivable formats to present your talks.

Keynote Session: Keynote presentations are given to set the underlying tone to summarize the key message or the most significant disclosure of the program accompanied by PowerPoint Slides. Students, colleague presenters, young scientists, and other attendees get a chance to connect with keynote speakers presenting their expertise on selected topics of relevance in this kind of presentation gathering. Presentations should last no longer than 45 - 50 minutes (including 5 minutes for Q & A).

Plenary Session: Oral presentations are forms of effective verbal communication that will be accompanied by PowerPoint Slides. Use the 6-6-6 rule: (maximum 6 words per bullet, maximum 6 bullets per slide, and maximum 6 text slides in a row). The fewest words with effective imagery will have the most powerful effect. Presentations should last no longer than 25 - 30 minutes (including 5 minutes for Q & A).

Workshop or Symposium: Workshops meant for the professional community consisting of researchers, developers, entrepreneurs, and scientists which will enable knowledge dissemination where presenters engage attendees in various exercises to enhance their skills and techniques on topic that are trending and relevant. Presentations should last no longer than 55 - 60 minutes (including 5 minutes for Q & A). 

Young Researcher Forum: The Young Researchers Forum (YRF) is an exciting session especially for postgraduate students (MPH, MSc, MRes, PhD etc.) and their supervisors, providing a vibrant place for discussing potential and ongoing research in any stage, from idea to results. The forum strives to provide a friendly environment to allow young researchers to get feedback on their work, exchange experience, ask questions, explore pathways open to them. It has been specifically designed to provide students with the opportunity to present their work in a supportive forum and to receive feedback from mentors and peers. Presentations should last no longer than 20 - 25 minutes (including 5 minutes for Q & A).

Ask the Expert Sessions: Ask the experts sessions will allow participants to meet in a small group with outstanding experts, academicians, hospitalists, researchers and clinicians. This session is designed to facilitate informal discussions, allowing participants to present their questions and gain new perspectives. The Session will take place at round tables and be limited to a certain number of participants.

State-of-the-Art Lectures: The state-of-the-art lectures will have a strong clinical focus. They will provide a complete update on significant aspects of current clinical treatments in psychiatry, psychology, mental health, addiction, psychosomatic medicine, neurology, and neuroscience. The state-of-the-art lectures will be delivered by top international experts and will last 30 minutes.

Exhibitor-Vendor Session and Investor Tech Talks: Exhibitors are likely to discuss new strategies to explore and expand to the new markets, product awareness, branding and to advance managerial, technical and marketing skills on communication, team building, strategy development, leadership, etc. These talks are impetus to nurture and facilitate new business start-ups to enter the market with their innovative and stimulating products. Presentations should last no longer than 25 - 30 minutes (including 5 minutes for Q & A). 

Poster Session: There is no formal oral presentation in a poster session; instead each author is assigned a display area on which diagrams, graphics, data, pictures/photos, and a small amount of text are presented. The poster should be self-explanatory, but the author should be available at certain times, such as refreshment breaks and during the time devoted to poster session, to interact with viewers and answer questions.

Video/Virtual Session: If the presenters are unable to attend the event but still wish to have their paper published in the conference proceedings, they can submit a pre-recorded video under virtual presentations. Recorded presentation video should last no longer than 20 - 25 minutes.

Industry Sessions: Companies and organisations involved in clinical and pre-clinical research, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the brain and looking for a scientifically driven engagement with the participants of the Annual Mental Health 2021 Conference can choose under industry sessions.

Special Sessions: In addition to the regular topics, Annual Mental Health 2021 will host a number of special sessions, focusing in more depth. Should you be interested in hosting a special session, please contact us at [email protected]

Brainstorming Session (BS): Small focused interaction sessions organised on a topic of speaker’s choice. The speaker of the session and a second expert in that specific field of interest will initiate the discussion.

Career Development Session (CD): These training sessions each feature a leading expert in the field. The expert is specifically invited to share with his/her wealth of knowledge and experience with all the fellow participants. The topics are especially interesting for early career scientists, research scholars but these sessions are open to all participants.

Poster Jam (J) and E-poster Session (EP): In the Poster Jam, E-poster presenters with a high scoring abstract will present their data which will be uploaded in conference website. These sessions are a great way to get up-to-speed with the latest developments and innovations.

Propose your New Medication: The New Medications Session is a symposium format, in which the clinical trials of new compounds and the freshest data on new medications will be presented, including proof of concept and post-marketing studies. Selected speakers will get the opportunity to present their new medication during a 20-25 minute presentation. We accept submissions from both academia and industry.

Early Career Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Mental Health Professionals, and Nurses Programme: Annual Mental Health 2021 invites recent graduates to its specialist programme tailored to the needs and interests of the early career psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health professionals, social workers, residents, psychiatric and mental health nurses, psychotherapists, addiction specialists and many more. Annual Mental Health awareness programme will be composed of a networking evening and a special track of sessions throughout the conference days.

Market Analysis

Psychiatry’s continuing evolution, involving the organisation of better mental health services, the development of innovative models of care, and the discovery of new research paradigms, drives us to share the latest discoveries for the benefit of all. Many challenges still exist, but by drawing on the successes from the past and moving forward with new knowledge together, we can help shape a better future for professionals and patients alike.

Annual Mental Health 2021 conference will offer the mental health community the possibility for educational exchanges, scientific news and best practice updates while protecting the safety, health, and well-being of all congress participants. Psychiatric disorders, Trauma and Mental health are broad categories that deal with situations affecting every community. Increasing understanding and overcoming mental illness, stigma, and resilience through strategic communications and social mobilization are crucial steps towards strengthening mental health and well-being. It is estimated that over one billion people globally have a mental, neurodevelopment or substance use disorder and currently suffer from such conditions, placing mental disorders among the leading causes of ill-health and disability worldwide. Treatments are available, but nearly two-thirds of people with a known mental disorder never seek help from a health professional.

The global Behavioural Health Market was valued at USD 133.2 billion in 2018, and is projected to reach USD 182.1 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 4.0% during 2019-2026. Demand for behavioural health market is growing globally because of increase in the prevalence rate of mental disorders and rise in demand for behavioural and mental health treatment. Increasing awareness and social acceptance of mental health issues are expected to fuel the market growth for behavioural health service providers.

Currently, more than 33% of countries allocate less than 1% of their total health budgets to mental health, with another 33% spending just 1% of their budgets on mental health. A limited range of medicines is sufficient to treat the majority of mental disorders. About 25% of countries, however, do not have the three most commonly prescribed drugs used to treat schizophrenia, depression and epilepsy at the primary health care level.

The overall aim of the mental health analysis is to strengthen mental health all over the world by providing information about the mental health situation in all countries, and identifying mental health care needs in order to develop cost-effective interventions to meet those specific needs.

Explore the key issues shown by psychologists, psychiatrists, GPs, social workers, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, counsellors and others dealing with patients or clients affected by mental or psychiatric disorders, stigma, psychological and addictive disorders, adversity and trauma. Join academicians, educators, physicians, clinicians, administrators, policy-makers, and psychiatric mental health professionals from all over the country for two days of networking with colleagues, gaining knowledge of evidence-based interventions, providing mental health awareness well-being towards community.

Program at a Glance | Presentation Figures

  • Onsite-Registrations
  • Yoga & Meditation Program
  • Opening Ceremony & Welcome Message
  • Book Launch & Group Photo
  • Exhibitor Booth & Product Launch
  • Keynote Session Forum
  • Morning Coffee & Refreshment Break
  • International Workshop & Symposium
  • Lunch Break
  • Plenary Session Forum
  • Special Session & Exhibitor Forum
  • Evening Coffee & Refreshment Break
  • Round Tables & Panel Discussion
  • Award Ceremony & Certification

Presentation Key Figures

  • Keynote Presentations for 45 Minutes
  • Plenary Presentations for 30 Minutes
  • Workshop or Symposium for 60 Minutes
  • Special Sessions and Exhibitor Tech Talks for 30 Minutes
  • Video or Virtual Presentations for 20 Minutes
  • Poster Presentations for 15-25 Minutes
  • Webinar’s and E-Posters

Target & Core Audience

  • Academicians, University & College Professors, Faculty & Students
  • Directors, Board Members, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Deans and HOD’s
  • Associations and Societies
  • Medical Colleges & Training Institutes
  • Scientists & Researchers
  • Clinicians & Physicians
  • Organization & Business Professionals
  • Leadership Experts & Entrepreneurs
  • Psychologists, Psychiatrists & Mental Health Professionals
  • Positive Psychology Practitioners & Experts
  • Happiness & Wellness Experts
  • Mindfulness Experts & Practitioners
  • Yoga Instructors & Meditation Experts
  • Stress & Pain Management Experts
  • Psychotherapists & Counsellors
  • Family, Marriage & Couple Therapists
  • Holistic Medicine & Holistic Health experts
  • Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse Practitioners
  • Peer Counselors & Support Workers
  • Occupational & Speech Therapists
  • Goodwill Ambassadors  & Social Workers
  • Neurologists & Aged Care Providers
  • Healthcare Consulting firms & Investors
  • Policy Makers, Journalists & Publishers
  • Pharmacists & Early Career Scholars
  • Buddhist Monks & Spiritual Healers
  • Private practitioners & GPs
  • Laboratory Technicians & Clinical Nurses
  • Nurse Practitioners & Primary Care Providers
  • Biological & Psychosocial Researchers
  • Primary Care Providers and Health Specialists
  • Midwifes & Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
  • Child & Youth Counselors
  • Behavioral, Developmental Therapists/Consultants
  • Palliative Care & Aged Care Providers
  • Aboriginal Elders, Traditional Healers & Teachers
  • Allied Health Practitioners
  • Health Care & Medical professionals
  • Nutritionists & Dietetics Experts
  • Educators, Lecturers & Philosophers
  • Directors, HR professionals & Administrators
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Book Publication Agencies
  • Special Educators, Reading & Writing Experts
  • Principals, School Heads & Classroom Teachers
  • Community Health Workers & Corporate Leaders
  • Individuals and Families with lived experience
  • Self-help, Mutual Aid and Support Groups
  • Media Standouts & Collaborators
  • Industry Specialists and Social Instructors
  • K-12 Teachers and Site/District Administrators
  • Campus Health Center Staff
  • Education Specialists and Lab Technicians
  • Classified & Support Staff
  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Directors of Health and Safety
  • Directors of Occupational Health
  • Directors of People and Organisational Development
  • Employee Relations Advisors
  • Heads of Occupational Health and Safety
  • Heads of Workplace Wellbeing
  • Health and Safety Advisors
  • Health Improvement Advisors
  • Health Improvement Officers
  • HR Business Partners
  • Occupational Work Advisors
  • People Development Professionals
  • Wellbeing Leads
  • Workforce Planning Managers
  • Senior Management and Business Owners
  • Health & Wellbeing Managers
  • Workplace/Occupational Health & Safety Managers
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Personnel, Benefits and Remuneration Managers
  • Facilities & Operations Managers
  • People & Culture Managers
  • Office Managers
  • Recruitment, Training and Talent Managers

Why to Attend?

  • Keynote with direct interactions to galvanize the academic and business communities
  • Workshops and Symposiums to reach the largest assemblage of participants
  • Engage in the exciting event format, with round tables, panels and showcases
  • Speed networking and interdisciplinary conference sessions, subjects and topics
  • A wide track of exhibitors to showcase the new and emerging technologies
  • Platform to global investment community to connect with stakeholders
  • Young Scientist/ Investigators Award geared towards best budding young researchers
  • Links to the marketing resources to expand business and research networks
  • Certificates with CME & CPD credits/hours recognize your commitment to your profession
  • Presenting a paper & publication
  • Solidify learning & professional growth
  • Engage and network with distinguished scholars, researchers, & Noble laureates
  • Learn beyond your fields, expertise or interests
  • Educational & career opportunities
  • Engage in high-level debates & refining ideas
  • Networking with peers
  • Socialization & the culture factor
  • Encounter new vendors & suppliers
  • Position yourself as an expert
  • Expand your knowledge & present your ideas & work to others
  • Research or Academic Alliance with Scientific Agencies
  • Financial & Venture Capital Services
  • Best Destinations & Tour Guides
  • Awards & Certifications
  • Strengthens Company Culture & Fosters Team-Building

About Amsterdam

Amsterdam is colloquially known as Venice of the North because of its lovely canals that criss-cross the city, its impressive architecture, museums, beautiful houses, ‘coffee’ shops and flower gardens which made it as one of the most popular destinations in Europe, attracting over 7 million international travelers annually. Amsterdam is considered an alpha-world city by the Globalization and World Cities (GaWC) study group. The city is also well known for its nightlife and festival activity; several of its nightclubs are among the world’s most famous.

Climate: Amsterdam has an oceanic climate while winters are cool and summers warm, temperatures vary year by year. There can occasionally be cold snowy winters and hot humid summers.

Economy & Tourism: Amsterdam is the financial and business capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is ranked fifth best of European cities in which to locate an international business, surpassed by London, Paris, Frankfurt and Barcelona. Amsterdam is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, receiving more than 4.63 million international visitors annually, this is excluding the 16 million day-trippers visiting the city every year. The number of visitors has been growing steadily over the past decade.

Get In: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is less than 20 minutes by train from Amsterdam Centraal station and is served by domestic and international intercity trains, such as Thalys, Eurostar and Intercity Brussel. Schiphol is the largest airport in the Netherlands, the third largest in Europe.

Landmarks & Tourist Attractions: Visit the world-famous 17th century capital of Holland. Enjoy the historic buildings, beautiful museums and pleasant ambiance. Go for a boat tour on the canals, stroll through Vondelpark, and go shopping in the inner city. The top-rated tourist attractions in Amsterdam are Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, Anne Frank House, Royal Palace of Amsterdam, Heineken Brewery, Vondelpark, Jordaan, Dam Square, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Rembrandt House Museum, The Botanical Gardens, Artis: Amsterdam Royal Zoo, NEMO Science Museum, Leidseplein, The National Maritime Museum, and many more.

Come to Amsterdam and discover the world-famous 17th-century inner city. The pleasant Jordaan district boasts narrow streets, bustling cafés and stately merchant houses lining the famous canals.

Points to be Noted

  • Identify and Improve the primary mental health concerns and wellness schemes
  • Design a safety strategy that prevents psychosocial distress and provide wellbeing assistance
  • Empower the community through mental resilience across the world 
  • Develop holistic and wellness approaches that celebrate diversity and individuality   
  • Respond and overcome to serious psychological distress, stigma and trauma   
  • Measure the success of wellness and wellbeing initiatives
  • To lead and promote mental health awareness & well-being for a better community
  • Unlocking the mysteries of psychiatric disorders and transforming future Health Care
  • Improving the Moral character of Society by better understanding and promoting the Spiritual impulse within humans

To Collaborate Scientific Professionals around the World

Conference Date May 07-08, 2021

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