July 2010
An International Conference "From Adolescence to Adulthood - Normality and Psychopathology", in Cyprus

The Cyprus Psychiatric Association with the collaboration of the WPA Section on Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the WPA Section on Preventive Psychiatry will organize, under the auspices of WPA, the International Conference “From Adolescence to Adulthood - Normality and Psychopathology”. The Conference will take place from 9 to 12 of September 2010 at the Palm Beach Hotel, in Larnaca, Cyprus and has as participants, scientists from more than 25 countries.

We are pleased to announce that the procedures for the preparation of the Conference are successful and we are moving towards their final stages. The symposiums and the round tables of the specific conference have been enriched with a wide range of subjects such as first episode of Psychosis, early intervention in Schizophrenia and bipolar disorders, depression, OCD, ADHD, Autism, PTSD, Prevention of Violence, War Trauma, etc.

There will be Workshops on various subjects such as Eating disorders, Depression and bipolarity, Family therapy approaches, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, Play therapy, the abstinence oriented programs for young people in communities, Introduction to dance movement psychotherapy and drama therapy, Resonance Phenomena in the task groups of the therapeutic community, etc.

So far we have confirmed over 21 symposiums, nine workshops, and 130 speakers from over 25 countries, including Europe, the USA, Asia, and Africa.

If you need any further information or clarification concerning the Conference please do not hesitate to contact the Conference’s official website www.topkinisis.com/AANP. Please note that the final submission date for the abstracts has been set for 15 July 2010.

Neophytos Papaneophytou
President of the Cyprus Psychiatric Association




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