29th International Conference on

Sleep Disorders and Psychiatry

Theme: Eradicating Sleep Disorder by Psychiatric Approaches and Therapy

Event Date & Time

Event Location

London , UK

16 years of lifescience communication

Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Tracks & Key Topics

Sleep Congress 2018

About Conference

With immense pleasure Euroscicon ltd proudly invites all of you to attained and register for our upcoming 29th International conference on “Sleep Disorders & Psychiatry”. This prestigious Sleep Congress 2018 is going to be held during July 16-17, 2018 at the beautiful city London, UK. This CME affiliated conference will be working under the theme Eradicating sleep disorder by psychiatric approaches and therapy.

 Sleep Disorders and Psychiatry conference include many innovative, informative and exciting programs such as keynote lecture, workshops, symposia, plenary lectures, poster presentation, oral presentation and many more.

Objective of Sleep congress 2018 is to exchange ideas, views, research works, networking and sharing of knowledge. This International meeting brings world’s renowned people related to psychologypsychiatry & neurology to a single floor.

On behalf of Organizing Committee, we welcome all the participants, sponsors, exhibitors and delegates to the wonderful city London, UK during July 16-17, 2018. We promise you people going to experience a wonderful experience.

Why to attain??

29th International Conference on Sleep Disorders and Psychiatry provide a unique and wonderful platform to the psychologistsPsychiatristsPsychotherapistsneurologists to deliver their research work.  These International conferences include plenary lectures, workshops, symposia, poster presentation and many more. Our CME affiliated Sleep Congress 2018 also brings opportunity for students and can get best poster presentation award.

As Sleep Disorders and Psychiatry is a growing field and also many research work going in this topic, it is the best platform to present a talk. This Prestigious Sleep Congress 2018 brings eminent people such as Directors, Deans, HODs, Professors, Principal investigators, and experts, researchers etc. related to psychology, psychiatry, and neurology field to a single floor. This International conference also gives an opportunity to exhibitors and sponsors. Through this conference participants can exchange their ideas, research work and also, they can share knowledge and a great opportunity to meet the renowned personalities across the world.

Target Audience

Psychologists

 Psychiatrists & Psychotherapists

Sleep Disorder expert

Sleep Medicine expert

Neuro psychiatrist’s CEO’s, R & D Heads from Industries

Directors & Medical Professionals

Professors, Assistant Professors, Associate Professors from Universities

Vice Presidents, Association presidents

Members from Research Institutes

PhD ScholarsGraduate and Post Graduate students

Members from mental health care centers

Clinical researchers & scientists

Business Entrepreneurs

Academicians-40%

Universities-20

Industries-15%

Health care centers-10%

Research centers-10%

Others-5%

Conference Highlights

Sleep Disorders

Psychiatry

Insomnia And Circadian Rhythm Disorders

 Narcolepsy: Autoimmune Disease

Neurobiology Of Sleep And Wakefulness

Neural Control And Neurologics Sleep Disorder

Paediatric Sleep Disorders: Diagnosis And Treatment

Sleep Deprivation And Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Sleep And Anesthesia

Sleep Problems : Breathing And Psychiatric Disorder

Sleep Disorder And Dentistry

Depression Due To Sleeplessness

Sleep An Inter Circuit Between: Heart And Brain

ADHD And Sleep Problem In Adults

Women Health And Sleep Disorder

Sleep Medicine: A Future Direction

Sleep Therapy: Approaches To Medicine

Marketing Opportunity In Sleep Medicine

 

Sessions/Tracks

Sleep Disorder:

Somnipathy or a Sleep Disorder is a miss pattern of sleep duration are serious enough to interfere with normal Mental, Physical, social, Psychological and emotional functioning. Night terrors, Nightmares, Sleepwalking, sleep talking, head banging, bed wetting and grinding your teeth are kinds of sleep problems called parasomnias. There are treatments for most sleep disorder. It is hard for one to fall asleep or stay asleep through the night. One wake up feeling tired or feel very sleepy during the day, even if one have had enough sleep. One might have a sleep disorder.

Psychiatry:

Psychiatry is the branch of medicine and medical science mainly focused on study, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of emotional, behavioral and mental disorders or abnormalities which is related to behavior, mood, cognitive, perceptions. Psychiatry also focused on, rehabilitation strengthening and protection of mental health, the pathoanatomy, physiology, pathogenesis, and treatment of all psychiatric disorders and disturbances. There is various psychiatric disorders likely schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety, eating disorder, PTSD, depression, mood disorder etc. Combination of psychotherapy and medication is very much helpful for the treatment of psychiatric disorders. A psychiatrist is a medical doctor, who specializes in mental health. Psychiatrists are qualified to assess both the physical and mental aspects of psychological problems. People needs psychiatrists help for many reason such as panic attack, thoughts of suicide, frightening hallucinations, feelings of sadness, hopelessness, hearing voices etc.

Psychiatric disorders:

Psychiatric disorder also called as mental disorder or mental illness. Some common psychiatric disorders include Schizophrenia, anxiety, dementia, depression, stress, bipolar disorder, eating disorder etc.  Mental illness are health conditions involving changes in, behavior, emotion and thinking. A mental illness is a disease that causes mild to severe disturbances in behavior and thought, resulting in an inability to cope with life’s ordinary demands and routines. Mental illnesses can affect people’s mood, thoughts, behavior or the way they perceive the world around them. A mental illness causes distress and affects the person’s ability to function at work, social or family life. There are more than 200 types of mental illness. Some common disorders are schizophrenia, bipolar disorder depression, anxiety disorders and dementia. Mental illnesses are also called mental disorders. They are extremely common in the Australian population. Nearly 19% of U.S. adult experienced some forms of mental illness. 4.1% people experience serious mental illness. Confused thinking, prolonged depression, Social withdrawal, worries and anxieties, Excessive fears, Suicidal thoughts are the main symptoms of mental illness.  Mental illness is treatable but two-thirds of people with mental illness don’t do any treatment. It can cure by the application of medicine and also by psychotherapy. Mental health problems affect both female and male, but not in equal measure. Female are treated for more mental illness than male. About 29% of female treated for mental illness opposed to 17% of male. Anxiety, depressions are more common in female whereas substance abuse, antisocial disorders are more common in male. 22% female had been diagnosed with depression while 13.1% male in their lifetime. Female develop 40% more mental illness than male. Gender plays an important role in mental health.

Insomnia and Circadian Rhythm:

Insomnia a severe kind of Sleep Disorder can be caused by medical and psychiatric conditions, Irregular sleep periods, specific substances, Work Pressure, Difficulties in Lifecycle, certain biological factors. Recently, researchers have found insomnia as a problem of our brain due to maximum awake. Because our brain has a sleep cycle and a wake cycle .when one is turned on the other is turned off insomnia can be a problem with either part of this cycle. So, it's important to first understand what could be causing our sleep problems. Circadian Rhythm is a 24 hours cycle that tells our body when to sleep, Rise or eat. But now-a-days due to sleeplessness this cycle become less functioning and leads to Sleep Disorder.

Narcolepsy an autoimmune disease:

People with narcolepsy (paralysed), feels sleepy during day time. Narcolepsy with cataplexy is caused by the loss of a chemical in the brain called hypocretin. Narcolepsy is a lifelong neurological disorder characterized by impaired regulation of sleep-wake cycles and several distinct symptoms, including excessive daytime sleepiness and cataplexy, a sudden muscle weakness. Symptoms may also include sleep paralysis, Hallucination , while falling asleep. These are often triggered by sudden, strong emotions such as fear, anger, stress, excitement or humour.

Neurobiology of Sleep and Wakefulness

Sleep is a global state, the control mechanisms of which are managed at every level of neuro-biological organization, from genes and intracellular mechanisms to networks of cell populations, and to all central nervous systems at the organismic level, including those that control movement, autonomic functions, behaviour and cognition.

During sleep, an ultradian oscillator in the mesopontine junction controls the regular change of rapid eye movement (REM) and non-REM sleep. Sleep cycles are accompanied by neuromodulatory influences on forebrain structures that influence ones consciousness and Behaviour.

Neural control and Neurologic Sleep Disorder:

Neurotransmitters act on different groups of neurons in various parts of the brain, which control whether we are awake or asleep. As we have seen in the earlier section on the Two Model of Sleep Regulation, the timing of the activation of these  different processes results from the reaction between the increasing homeostatic drive to sleep and the changing influence of our internal circadian cycle.

Refreshment actually appears to be regulated by a whole network of redundant structures in the Hypothalamus, Brainstem and basal forebrain, and is not centred in any one part of the brain.

Pediatric Sleep Disorder; Diagnosis and Treatment:

Several sleep problems have gained the status of established evidence-based disorder. The issues that received the most attention to settling problems and night awakenings are mainly in infants. Medical research of all other sleep problems and other age ranges is still very less.

Family dynamics should be increased and redressed. Sleep patterns of parents and their adolescent children reveal similarities. Accordingly, adolescents’ psychological functioning and sleep are also affected in a huge manner.

Sleep Deprivation and Obstructive Sleep Apnea:

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is the most common type of sleep apnea and is caused by obstruction of the upper airway. It is estimated that in 24% of men and 9% of women over 18 years of age. At least 80% of people experiencing OSA go undiagnosed. OSA is characterised by repetitive pauses in breathing during sleep.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a consequence. Sleep apnea usually is a chronic condition that disrupts our sleep. When our breathing pauses or becomes shallow, we’ll often move out of deep sleep and into light sleep. As a result, the pattern of our sleep is poor, which makes us tired during the day. Sleep apnea is a leading cause of excessive daytime sleepiness, which affects in a great manner.

Sleep and Anesthesia:

The most common type of sleep apnea is obstructive sleep apnea which occurs when the soft tissue in the rear of the throat narrows and closes during sleep, causing you to stop breathing, which in turn wakes you up to take a breath. Anesthesia can make the condition worse, which is why it’s extremely important to let your physician anesthesiologist know you may have obstructive sleep apnea if you’re having surgery. Anesthesia also can cause the throat to relax and close up and sleep apnea can lead to breathing problems after surgery. It also can make it more difficult to regain consciousness.

Sleep problems: Breathing and Psychiatric disorder:

Patients often present to various doctors with complaints of excessive sleepiness, insomnia, cognitive dysfunction, and depressive symptoms. Although at first glance these can be the chief complaints in any psychiatric office, they are quickly becoming the same complaints seen in the sleep medicine office. All of these symptoms can be related to sleep-disordered breathing. Most physicians, including psychiatrists, do not detect these symptoms because they don't ask their patients about sleep-related problems. These symptoms can term as a psychiatric disorder. Therefore, it is increasingly important to recognize the signs and symptoms of a sleep disorder and to consider including sleep-disordered breathing in the patient's differential diagnoses.

Sleep disorder and Dentistry:

  Nocturnal tooth grinding called Bruxism is the medical term for clenching or grinding teeth during sleep. A type of movement disorder that occurs during sleep, bruxism is a common condition, in which adults grind their teeth.  When Bruxism occurs in a regular basis it can lead to severe facial pain, Dental damage and disturbed sleep. The causes of bruxism are anxiety, Stress, alcohol consumption, caffeine, smoking, sleep apnea , snoring and fatigue. Use of certain medications, including amphetamines are also associated with bruxism. Sleep apnea may also be related to sleep bruxism, and Dentist suggests that treating sleep apnea can help to eradicate sleep bruxism.

Depression due to Sleeplessness:

Now a day’s both insomnia and depression are surprisingly common disease. Approximately 15% of adults suffer from chronic insomnia.Insomnia and depression often go hand-in-hand. Although just few of people with depression having a good sleep ,as many as large have trouble in falling asleep or staying asleep. Patients with persistent insomnia are more than three times more likely to develop Pressure.

Sleep an inter circuit between Heart and Brain:

The observation of our heart and brain while we sleep can provide important information for the diagnosis of chronic disorders, like insomnia, sleep apnea, hypertension and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). This work is a typical multidisciplinary work, which exploits the most modern theories and techniques of information analysis to describe complex behaviours of the human physiological system. The location of the session is to know the information of the topics like Substrates like Role of Sleep in psychiatric functioning, Brain function during sleep deprivation and sleep disorders, Sleep loss behaviour and physiology, Sleep, memory and emotion, Memory loss , Development, Aging and the Sleeping Brain, Cerebrovascular Sleep Disorders.

 

ADHD and Sleep problems in Adults:

One-quarter to one-half of parents of children with ADHD report that their children suffer from a sleep disorder, especially difficulties with falling asleep and staying awake. Based on parent reports, kids with ADHD are two to three times more likely to have sleep problems when compared to kids without.

Sleep Deficiency in children can negatively affect the way kids think, function and behave. In addition, children who have problems in sleeping may show symptoms such as behaviors or impairments that are remarkably similar to those of ADHD. Sleeping problems have been shown to induce hyperactivity, behavioral problems or impulsivity in children. The hyperactivity may be paradoxically a response to excessive daytime sleepiness.

Women Health and Sleep Disorder:

The Reproductive hormones were found to have a protective effect on sleep apnea in premenopausal age. Pregnancy is another period when the prevalence of sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome increases from hormonal effect. Cardiovascular mortality is high in women with obstructive sleep apnea. When it comes to obstructive sleep apnea, men and women often experience different signs and symptoms. While men often report symptoms such as waking up, snoring,  gasping for air. But, Many women report symptoms like anxiety , fatigue and depression. Of course, some women also experience snoring and short ness of breath too. Sleep apnea in women can cause high blood pressure and an Irregular heart beat in addition to other severe health problem like high-stroke.

Sleep medicine a future problem:

 Possible future healthcare delivery models were discussed, and the patient-centred medical home was chosen as being the most viable. In this model, the development of “Coordinated Sleep Centre” believe as good to the primary care physician and others in the medical home appeared to be an effective position for the sleep medicine practitioner in the future. Both patients and their physicians will benefit from the focus on patient-centred care when effective communication, care coordination, and long-term care management, including the integration of electronic health records, are related. Patient registries will also play a part in the future of sleep medicine because of their value in clinical, scientific, and policy domains.

Sleep therapy approaches to medicine:

There is a no. of treatment approaches for insomnia that comes under the general category of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Therapies in this area have common elements: patients gain more control on sleep by changing their sleep wake routine, learning relaxation skills, changing sleep-related habits, learning to decrease worry about sleep. These skills can be taught in different ways. The specific CBT approach most likely to be effective in a particular patient depends on the etiology of their insomnia. However, attempts to match patients to particular behavioral therapies have met with limited success. One study did show that patients with increased muscle tension benefited more from electromyograph (EMG) biofeedback, and better with electroencephalograph (EEG)-based biofeedback.

Marketing opportunity in sleep medicine:

As our International healthcare delivery system struggles to reinvent itself, the marketing approach for related practices and Diagnostic Sleep evaluation has shifted from straightforward to increasingly challenging. Today, the message needs to reach out to diverse and sometimes overcrowding audiences that includes physicians, patients, prospective self-refer patients and others .In our 25 years of helping healthcare practices get highly qualified, we know that sleep medicine marketing programs achieve the highest success because they plan it in that way. Their goals are crystal clear, supporting strategies are in place, implementation tricks and tactics are well considered and carefully coordinated.

Market Analysis

 

Sleep disorder which is also known as somnipathy is a medical disorder of the sleep patterns of an animal or person.  A sleep disorder is a condition that frequently impacts someone’s ability to get enough quality sleep. It is normal when a person has trouble in sleeping occasionally but it is not normal when a person having problems regularly. Sleep disorders include insomniasleep apneanarcolepsyrestless legs syndromesShift work sleep disorderDelayed sleep phase disorderJet lagparasomniassleep related breathing disorders,sleep movement disorderscircadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders, hypersomnias, cataplexysleepwalking and many more. Some sleep disorders are serious enough to interfere with normal mental, emotional, physical, and social functioning. Traumatic childhood experiences significantly increase the risk for many sleep disorders in adulthood. Sleep disorder affect digestive system, central nervous system, immune system, cardiovascular system, endocrine system, respiratory system etc.

There are more than 80 different types of sleep disorders are there and are can be effectively treated. According to a study it is found that over 70 million American suffers from insomnia, 18 million from sleep apnea, 20 million from restless leg syndromes and 200,000 Americans from narcolepsy. Not only adults but also children suffer from sleep disorders; more than 2 million children suffer from sleep disorders.

According to age, everyone need some specific hours of sleep for better health.

 

AGE GROUP

HOURS

4-12 months

12-16 hours

1-2 years

11-14 hours

3-5 years

10-13 hours

6-12 years

9-12 hours

13-19 years

10 hours

Above 19 years

9 hours

Insufficient sleep leads to poor organizational skills, distractibility, anxiety, irritable, poor motivation, poor attention span, defiance, depression, and a person get easily frustrated.

If a person does not sleep properly, then there will be some sleep related difficulties, which include:

SLEEP RELATED DIFFICULTIES

%

NUMBER (IN MILLION)

Concentrating on things

23.2%

49.2

Driving or taking public transportation

11.3%

24

Performing employed or volunteer work

8.6%

18.3

Remembering things

18.2%

38.8

Taking care of financial affairs

10.5%

22.3

Working on hobbies

13.3%

28.2

 

 

Sleep disorders can be treated by several ways. Treatment for sleep disorders include Medication, Rehabilitation and management, Behavioural and psychotherapeutic treatment and other somatic treatment. Drugs are used to treat sleep disorders include carbidoparopinirole,  clonazepam,  lorazepamAmbienEdluarIntermezzo,  triazolam, ,  temazepamLunestatrazodone,  antihistamines etc.

Sleep is an important part of everyone’s daily routine. A person may spend about one-third of time doing it. Sleep is important to a number of brain functions, including how neurons communicate with each other.

Global market

In London as well as Globally Millions of people are affected every year. According to a data from 152 men and 24 women who were participated in a multicenter CPAP Effectiveness study were analyzed that; Despite similar age, body weight index, apnea index, Female reported significantly lower functional status which include: Day time sleepiness, Higher frequency of apnea symptom, Severe mood disturbance, Poorer Neuro Behavioral Performance as compared to Male Globally. According to a research, nearly a third of people suffering from insomnia, which affect their physical as well as mental health. According to a study 30% of the UK's population are severely sleep deprived, putting them more at risk of relationship issues and mental health issue.

An Overview:

Somnipathy or sleep disorder is a medical disorder of the sleep patterns of a person or animal. Some sleep disorders are serious enough to interfere with normal physical, mental, social and emotional functioning.

Our vision:

To create a center of excellence in the world that sets the standard for personalized, comprehensive treatment of sleep disorder.

Mission:

To enhance the quality of life for our patients by compassionate care and the most advanced comprehensive treatment for the complete cure of sleep disorder.

 

Recovery

According to a research we can get rid off sleeplessness:

Prefer caffeine only in the morning

Wake up at a consistent time daily

Avoid mobile phone or any electrical device at night

Stay away from sedatives

Participation Benefits

Earn up to 21 CME

CPD Credits by CPD Standards Office, UK

IOCM CertificationOne on One Meeting with Eminent Speakers

Live Streaming of the conference

Keynote sessions by world’s most eminent researchers at Psychology research

Top Industries Representation

Laudable talks by the top-notch of the global scientific community

Platform to global investment community to connect with stakeholders 

Nominations for Best Poster Award

Outstanding Young Researcher Award geared towards best budding young research.

Group Registration benefits

Collaborations across Academia & Industry

Best platform to develop new partnership & collaborations.

Advance research oriented presentations

Published your abstracts in the respective supporting International Journals

Some Universities Worldwide

Harvard University

University of California, Berkeley (UCB)of Cambridge

University of Oxford

Yale University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Stanford University

UCL (University College London)

The University of New South Wales

University of British Columbia

University of Toronto

University of Michigan

New York University (NYU)

University of Pennsylvania

Some universities in London 

University of Cambridge

Stanford University

University of Oxford

UCL (University College London)

University College London

Goldsmiths, University of London

Birkbeck, University of London

Queen Mary, University of London

City, University of London

Brunel University London

London South Bank

London Metropolitan

St Mary's, Twickenham

Psychiatric Hospital, Worldwide

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

Menninger Clinic, Houston, Texas

Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital, Baltimore

Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota

McLean Hospital, Belmont, Massachusetts

Austen Riggs Center, Stockbridge, Massachusetts

UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

University of California, San Francisco, Medical Center

Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell, New York City

Denmar Specialist Psychiatric Hospital

Lentegeur Psychiatric Hospital

Valkenberg Hospital

Fort England Psychiatric Hospital

Alexandra Hospital

Life Glynnview Private Hospital (Psychiatric)

Akeso Kenilworth Clinic Pty Ltd

Tokyo Metropolitan Matsuzawa Hospital

Center Consultations Medical Psychiatriques

Center for Psychiatry + Addiction Medicine

South Florida State Hospital

Erragadda Mental Hospital

Satyadhar dwivedi Marital Problem and OCD

Siu Lam Hospital

Psychiatric Hospitals in London

The London Psychiatry Centre

London Psychotherapy

Nightingale Hospital

Springfield University Hospital

Thrale Road Hospital Hostel

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust

The Priory Hospital North London

Battersea Bridge House

Cygnet Hospital Harrow

Cygnet Hospital Blackheath

South London & Maudsley N H S Trust

Speedwell Mental Health Centre

Major Association Related to sleep disorder and Psychiatry

American Academy of Sleep Medicine

The American Sleep Association

National Sleep Foundation

American Sleep Apnea Association

American Association of Sleep Technologists

Sleep Research Society

The European society of Contraception and Reproductive Health

California Pediatric Medical Association

California Medical Association

American Psychiatric Association
 
American Board of Professional Psychology
 
Australian Psychological Society
 
Belgian Psychological Association
 
European Psychiatric Association
 
Psychiatric Associates Of West Michigan
 
World Psychiatric Association, World Psychiatry Associations
 
World Psychiatry Associations/Spain

Major Companies Producing Drugs

Cerebainbiotech

MTM Medical

NDD Medical Technologies

NOA Medical

Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation System, Ltd

Major Sleep Disorder & Psychiatry related Journal

Frontiers in Psychiatry

International Journal of Dream Research

Sleep Disorder

Open Sleep Journal

Nature and Science of Sleep

Journal of Sleep Research

Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine

Journal of Sleep Medicine and and Disorder

Journal of Nature and Science of Sleep

Sleep and Breathing

Behavioral Sleep Medicine

Sleep Disorder-An open Access Journal

Journal of Dental Sleep Medicine

Depression and Anxiety-Wiley Online Library

Depression -the Journal

Open Journal of Depression

Journal of Anxiety Disorder-Elsevier

The American Journal of Psychiatry

Major Sleep Disorder & Psychiatry Related Research Centres

American Sleep Disorders Association

Belgian Association for Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine

British Sleep Society

Bulgarian Sleep Society

Danish Society for Sleep Medicine

French society for Sleep research and sleep medicine

German Society for sleep research and medicine

Italian association of Sleep Medicine

Romanian Sleep Society

Some Medicine Regarding Sleep Disorder

Alterna script Rest Up

Optimum Nutrition Melatonin

Life smart Laboratories Sleep Right Melatonin

Natrol Melatonin Fast Dissolve

NOW Foods Melatonin

Nature Made Melatonin Tablets

Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Somatomax

Irwin Naturals Power to Sleep PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Top Psychology Universities Worldwide

Psychology Universities in Europe:

University of Groningen  | Erasmus University of Rotterdam | University of New York in PragueWebster University Vienna |University of Kent | University of Cardiff | University of Exeter | University of Maastricht | University of Glasgow | Vita-Salute University San Raffaele | Nottingham Trent University | Middlesex University | Universita del Lancashire Centrale | University of Portsmouth |University of Warsaw | University of Bolton | University of Jyväskylä | University of Stirling | University of Roehampton | University of LancasterBangor University | University of Buckingham | Universita di Birmingham | University of Padua | University of Lincoln | University of Dundee | University of Tilburg | Aston University | University of East London

Psychology Universities in USA:

Stanford University | University of California, Los Angeles | University of Illinois | New York University | Ohio State University | Indiana University | Rutgers University | Capella University | Walden University The Chicago School of Professional Psychology | Pepperdine University | Florida Institute of Technology | Argosy University | Loyola University | Fielding Graduate University|  Peabody College|  Palo Alto University |  University of Utah | Binghamton University | John Jay College |  Biola University | Roosevelt University | Clark University | Nova Southeastern University | University of Maryland |  Baltimore County | Azusa Pacific University | Northcentral University | Kaplan University |  Fuller Theological Seminary | Georgia State University

Psychology Universities in Asia:

Japan Lutheran College  | Help University | University of Saint Joseph |  Chukyo University | Tokyo University of Social Welfare | Kyoto Notre Dame University | Otemon Gakuin University | Health Sciences University of Hokkaido | Christ College, Bangalore | Lady Shri Ram College | Fergusson College | Jesus and Mary College | Kamala Nehru College |  Mount Carmel College | National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences | Bhim Rao Ambedkar College | Indraprastha College for Women | Loreto College, Kolkata | Ambedkar University Delhi | Bethune College | Women's Christian College | Nalanda Open University |Keshav Mahavidyalaya | Mata Sundri College for Women | Prajyothi Niketan College | Central China Normal University | Shaanxi Normal University | Southwest University, Chongqing | Tianjin Normal University | Nanjing Normal University

Psychology Universities in Africa:

University of Port Elizabeth | Pan Africa Christian University | Midrand Graduate Institute | University Of Johannesburg | University Of South Wales  | UNICAF University | Middlesex University Mauritius | University of the Western Cape | Rhodes University | Stellenbosch University | University of Kwazulu Natal

 Top Psychological Societies/ Associations

Institute of Professional Psychologists | International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology | International Association of Applied Psychology | International Council of Psychologists | International Early Psychosis Association | International Literature and Psychology Conference | International Psychoanalytic Association | International School Psychology Association | International Society for Comparative Psychology | International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development | International Society for the Study of Individual Differences | International Society for Intelligence Research | International Society for Research on Aggression | International Society of Political Psychology | International Society on Infant Studies | Human Factors and Ergonomics Society | Experimental Psychology Society | Anxiety and Depression Association of America | American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law | American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry | Australian Psychological Society | Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness | Association for Psychological Science |  | Association for Transpersonal Psychology | British Psychoanalytical Society | British Psychological Society | European Federation of Psychologists' Associations (EFPA) |European Federation of Psychology Students' Associations | German Psychological Association

 Psychology Conferences Worldwide

Europe Conferences

3rd International Congress of Clinical and Health Psychology on Children and Adolescents, November 16 - 18, 2017, Seville, Spain; 10th International Congress and 15th National of Clinical Psychology,  Nov. 16-19, 2017, Santiago de Compostela, Spain; 6th WORLD CONFERENCE ON PSYCHOLOGY and SOCIOLOGY, Nov 23-25, 2017, Barcelona, Spain; Psychological approaches and services for functional neurological disorders, Nov 24, 2017, London, UK; European Federation of Sport Psychology Conference, November 28 - 29, 2017, Nottingham, United Kingdom; The future of creativity in psychological therapies: Common ground or practice plurality? March 02, 2018, London, UK; 5th International Conference on Psychology & Language Research April 12-13; 6th Panhellenic Conference of Developmental Psychology, May 10-13, 2018, Thessaloníki, Greece; 16th World Congress, World Association for Infant Mental Health, May 26-30, 2018 , Rome, Italy; 42nd International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME) Annual Conference , July 3-8, 2018 , Umeå, Sweden; 4th Bi-annual meeting of the European Society for Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, July 19, 2018, Leiden, The Netherlands; 23rd World Congress of the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions , July 23-27, 2018 , Prague, Czech Republic; 19th INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY  World Congress, September 4 - 8, 2018, Lucca, Italy; 13th Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, September 5 - 7, 2018, Lisbon, Portugal; World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, July 12 - 20, 2019, Berlin, Germany; 48th Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, July 1 - 4, 2020, Vienna, Austria; 32nd International Congress of Psychology, July 19 - 24, 2020, Prague, Czech Republic

USA Conferences

46th Annual Meeting International Neuropsychological Society , Feb. 14-17, 2018 , Washington, D.C., USA; 3rd Annual CABA Autism Conference 2018, April 27, 2018, Seal Beach, California; 29th International Congress of Applied Psychology, June 25 - 30, 2018, Montreal, Canada; International Meeting of the Psychometric Society, July 10 - 13, 2018, New York City, New York, USA;
 126th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 9 - 12, 2018, San Francisco, CA, USA; 7th International Conference on Community Psychology , Oct 5-7, 2018, Santiago, Chile; International Society for Developmental Psychobiology Annual Meeting, October 31 - November 2, 2018, San Diego, California, USA; Caribbean Regional Conference of Psychology, November 12 - 16, 2018, Havana, Cuba; 47th Annual Meeting, International Neuropsychological Society (INS), February 20 - 23, 2019, New York City, New York, USA; 128th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 6 - 9, 2020, Washington, DC, USA; 127th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, August 8 - 11, 2019, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Asia Conferences

5th Arab Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Nov 19-22, 2017 Dubai, United Arab Emirates; International Conference on Public Mental Health & Neurosciences, Nov 27-28, 2017, Mumbai, India; 26th International Conference on Psychology & Language Research, Dec 21-22, 2017, Dubai, UAE; 27th International Conference on Psychology & Language Research, Dec 28-29, 2017, Bangkok, Thailand; The Fourth National Conference on Psychology, Educational and Social Sciences, Jan 01, 2018, Babol, Iran; 253rd International Conference on Psychology, Language and Teaching, Jan 01-02, 2018, Dubai, United Arab Emirates; 255th International Conference on Psychology, Language and Teaching, Jan 04-05, 2018, Putrajaya, Malaysia; Hong Kong International Conference on Education, Psychology and Society, Jan 22-24, 2018, Hong Kong, China; 5th International Conference on Education and Psychological Sciences, January 27-28, 2018, Seoul, Korea; 275th International Conference on Psychology, Language and Teaching, Feb 10-11, 2018, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia; 20th International Conference on Cognitive, Psychological and Behavioral Sciences, Feb 12-13, 2018, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; International Conference on Psychology & Language Research, Feb 19-20, 2018, Dubai, United Arab Emirates; 4th International Conference on Psychology & Language Research, Feb b19-20, 2018, Dubai, UAE; 20th International Conference on Clinical Psychology and Measurement, February 27 - 28, 2018, Dubai, UAE; 285th International Conference on Psychology, Language and Teaching, March 01-02, 2018, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 287th International Conference on Psychology, Language and Teaching, March 05-06, 2018, Malacca, Malaysia; Third Comprehensive Conference of Psychology in Iran, March 07, 2018, Iran; International Family Therapy Association, March 8 - 10, 2018, Bangkok, Thailand; 3rd Annual International Conference on Spirituality and Psychology, Mar 13-15, 2018, Bangkok, Thailand; The 4rd International Conference on Education, Psychology and Society, March 22, 2018, Tokyo, Japan; The Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences 2018, March 22 - 24, 2018, Kobe, Japan; 7th International Conference on Psychology & Language Research, May 04-05, 2018, Malaysia; 20th International Conference on Applied Psychology, May 28-29, 2018, Tokyo, Japan; 20th International Conference on Cognitive Psychology and Neuropsychology, May 28-29, 2018, Tokyo, Japan; 3rd International Psychology of Language Learning conference, June 7-10, 2018, Tokyo, Japan; 2018 Singapore Conference on Applied Psychology, June 21-22, 2018, Singapore; The 4rd International Conference on Education, Psychology and Society, July 10-12, 2018, Tokyo, Japan; 20th International Conference on Human Movement Behavior and Sport Psychology, December 6 - 7, 2018, Hong Kong, China

Africa Conferences

5th Global Mental Health Summit 2018, Feb 8-9, 2018 Johannesburg, South Africa; 11th Kasr Al Ainy Annual International Psychiatry Congress, Feb 21-22, 2018 Egypt; The First Africa Positive Psychology Conference, April 4-7, 2018 Potchefstroom; h International Conference on Developmental Psychology, Nov 15-16, 2018 Cape Town, South Africa; 20th International Conference on Psychology, Cognitive, Education and Behavioral Science Nov 15-16, 2018 Cape Town, South Africa; 20th International Conference on Psychology and Pharmacology, Nov 15-16, 2018, Cape Town, South Africa; 20th International Conference on Psychiatry and Mental Disorders, Nov 15-16, 2018, Cape Town, South Africa;  234th International Conference on Psychology, Language and Teaching, Nov 28-29 Cape Town, South Africa

Psychology Jobs

Europe

Clinical Practitioner London Borough of Barnet | Clinical Psychologist in Aurora St Christopher's School | Clinical Psychologist Solace Women's Aid | Educational Psychologist in LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON | Freelance Editors - Physical Sciences, Medicine, Life Sciences, Psychology | Graduate Assessment Consultant | Human Factors Specialist (major hazards) Health and Safety Executive (HSE) | Lead Psychologist in CAPITAL CITY ACADEMY | Principal Educational Psychologist in BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL | Professor of Psychology (Community or Health) (one role with responsibilities as Head of Department) Manchester Metropolitan University | Professor of Psychology University of Wolverhampton | Psychology Teacher - East London Secondary School | Teacher of Psychology and/or Sociology MOSSBOURNE COMMUNITY ACADEMY | Teacher of Psychology in WESTON COLLEGEClinical or Forensic Psychologists  Devon Partnership NHS Trust | Clinical/ Practitioner Psychologist Orchard House Family Assessment Centre | Programme Leader for Doctorate in Counselling Psychology & Psychotherapy Metanoia Institute | Speech and Language Assistant ACADEMICS | Junior Assistant Psychologist Lexxic Ltd | Learning Support Assistant - Personal Care | London Local Authorities looking for Newly Qualified Eps | Sociology Teacher in DUNBAR EDUCATION PREMIUM | Human Performance Director Mandara

USA

Assistant Professor University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) | Faculty Appointment – Psychopharmacology | Faculty Positions - Cellular Neuroscience Faculty Positions at Florida Gulf Coast University- Fort Myers, FL | Princeton Neuroscience Institute Intensive Summer School 2018 | PROJECT SCIENTIST, STEP I to VI – ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | Tenure Track - Basic a/o Translational Research Interests in Behavioral Neuroscience and Psychiatry | Tenure Track - With Research Interests in the Gut Microbiome and Psychiatric Illnesses a/o Behavior | Tenure-track: Collaborative research for revolutionary neuroscience discoveries Iowa Neuroscience Institute at University of Iowa | Assistant Professor in University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee | Faculty Positions - Systems Neuroscience Yale University | Lecturer in Discipline Washington University in St Louis - School of Medicine | Tenure Track positions in STEM ed/DBER research: Cognitive Psychology, Organic Chemistry Education | Freelance Editors - Physical Sciences, Medicine, Life Sciences, Psychology in Cactus Communications | Assistant Professor-Interdisciplinary Cognitive Science/Computational Cognition-Department of Psychology

Asia

Assistant Research Officer at The Hong Kong Jockey Club Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention | Cheeloo College of Medicine (CCOM), Shandong University Recruits Outstanding Talents | Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Guidance and Counselling in JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY | Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Psychology in JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY | Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in Educational Psychology CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG | Assistant Professor in Psychology in QATAR UNIVERSITY | Assistant/ Associate/ Full Professor in Social Sciences | Clinical Medicine, Qingdao University | Post-doctoral Fellow in the Community Action & Research Lab THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG | Tenure-Track Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in Educational/School Psychology THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG |  Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor/Professor in Psychology ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY

Africa

Educational Psychologist Nova Pioneer | Independed Treatment Professionals, Gumtree.co.za | Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor in University of the Free State | OD Consultant – Psychometrist  Bridgena Barnard Personnel Group | OD Consultant, Afrizan Personnel | Organisation Development Consultant, Investec | Organisational Developmant Consultant/Registered Psychometrist, Recru-IT | Qualified Educational Psychologist, The Kenmont School | Support Services Counselor, AIDS Healthcare Foundation | Treatment Professionals, Candid Colours  Clinical Psychologist, Rose Clinic |  Disability Claims Assessor, DAV Professional Placement Group | Human Resources Development Specialist in Greenpeace Africa

Psychology Hospitals and Institutions

Europe

Mossbourne Community Academy | Hospital Center Jacques Lacarin | Docteur Jean Francois | European Medical Cente | Psychoterapia ZMIANY.EU | Bonnet Olivier Marie Denis | Northfleet School for Girls | Montaigne Daigle Annick | | Clinic Europe | Aumont France|  Quak Psychocare | European Psychiatric Association | Centre de Sexologie Paris | MEDICAL CENTER EUROPE SRL | Dr. Rossella Mainieri | FIDELIO VAL d'EUROPE | Brovet-Europe | lapnlpourlesenfants | PsychiatraWarszawa.EU |Psychology Counseling Center Europe |  Daniel Elina Joelle |  European Federation of Psychologists Associations | IntelliReport Europe BV | Autism Europe | Hakomi Institute of Europe | The European College Of Hypnotherapy |  Pantoproject Europe | Building Families Europe SL | NYKET CENTER EUROPE | Scott Associates Europe Ltd | European Association for Counselling |  Advatech Healthcare Europe Ltd

USA

Big Spring State Hospital | Windmoor Healthcare of Clearwater |  South Mississippi State Hospital |  Peak View Behavioral Health | Spring Grove Hospital Center | Northlake Behavioral Health System | Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital | Barnabas Health Behavioral Health Center | Taunton State Hospital |  Sheets Melanie N |  Manhattan Psychiatric Center | Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri | KAILO BEHAVIORAL HOSPITAL | Cascade Behavioral Health Hospital | Austen Riggs Center | St. Elizabeths Hospital | BryLin Outpatient Mental Health Clinic | Greenleaf Behavioral Health Hospital | Seven Hills Behavioral Health Hospital |  Memorial Behavioral Health | Brentwood Outreach Center | Behavioral Centers of America | San Jose Behavioral Health Hospital | Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre | Options Behavioral Health Hospital | North Tampa Behavioral Health Hospital | Quincy Center | Meadowwood Behavioral Health Hospital |  Cedar Hills Hospital |  Mid America Hospital Management Co | Rebound Behavioral Health Hospital | CAMH - College Street Site | The Mount Sinai Hospital | Hospital Corporation of America | Samaritan Pacific Community Hospital | Belmont Behavioral Health Hospital | Va Mental Health | The Menninger Clinic | Belmont Behavioral Health Hospital | Silver Hill Hospital | Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital | Georgetown Behavioral Hospital |  Allina Health Mental Health |  Staten Island University Hospital |  Cedar Hills Hospital | Allina Health Mental Health | Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment | Laureate Psychiatric Clinic & Hospital | CAMH - Queen Street Site | Unity Mental Health | Chelsea Community Hospital Behavioral Health | Vantage Point Behavioral Health Hospital | Oasis Behavioral Health Hospital | Montevista Hospital | Park Royal Hospital | Mendota Mental Health Institute | Mental Health Associates | Georgetown Behavioral Hospital | Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital | Momentum For Mental Health | Vancouver Coastal Health | BryLin Hospital - Mental Health Service | Laureate Psychiatric Clinic & Hospital | Oasis Behavioral Health Hospital | Chester Mental Health Center  | Montevista Hospital | Millwood Hospital | Allina Health Mental Health | CAMH - Queen Street Site | United Clinic | Desert Parkway Behavioral Healthcare Hospital | Silver Hill Hospital | Allina Health Mental Health – Unity Clinic | Valle Vista Health System | Staten Island University Hospital | Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital | Winnebago Mental Health Institute | Vista del Mar Hospital | Swedish Mental Health Services – Edmonds | Providence Care Hospital | State Hospital North | Vantage Point Behavioral Health Hospital | River Oaks Hospital | Elgin Mental Health Center | Valley Hospital | Dallas Behavioral HealthCare Hospital | Highland-Clarksburg Hospital Inc | Columbus Springs Dublin | Anchor Hospital | Catawba Hospital | Catawba Hospital | Dallas Behavioral HealthCare Hospital | Behavioral Health Services at El Camino Hospital | Pediatric Mental Health Institute at Children'HospitalColorado | SummitRidge Hospital | Missouri Department of Mental Health | Riverview Behavioral Health Hospital | West Hills Hospital | Pacific Grove Hospital | Columbus Springs Dublin | Moccasin Bend Mental Health Institute | Chicago Lakeshore Hospital - Lakeshore Center for Behavioral Health | Red River Hospital | River Oaks Hospital | Behavioral Hospital of Bellaire | Cedar Hills Outpatient Services |  Mental Health Resources, PLLC

 Asia

Adam Road Hospital |Institute of Mental Health (Singapore) | Brain Mind Specialist Clinic Sdn Bhd |  Serene Psychological Services |  Malaysian Mental Health Association |  Hospital Bahagia Ulu Kinta | Loh Guan Lye Specialists Centre | Neuropsy Clinic , Kuala Lumpur  | TAN & NG PSYCHIATRY CLINIC (PJ) | Pantai Hospital Ipoh | TAN & NG Mental Health Specialist | Beacon Hospital | Ding Child & Adult Psychology Centre | Hospital Putrajaya | International Psychology Center | Erragadda Mental Hospital | Chaitanya Mental Health Care Center | Sevac Mental Hospital | World Brain Center Hospital | Nur Manzil Psychiatric Centre | Tokyo Metropolitan Matsuzawa Hospital | National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry | Tokyo Mental Health | Shanghai Mental Health Center | Somdet Chaopraya Hospital | Manarom Hospital | Suan Pung hospital

Africa

Life St Joseph's Psychiatric Hospital | We Do Recover - South Africa's Best Alcohol Rehab, Addiction & Mental Health Treatment | Africa Mental Health Foundation | Valkenberg Hospital | Oasis Africa | Life Bay View Private Hospital - Mental Health | Denmar Specialist Psychiatric Hospital | Weskoppies Psychiatric Hospital | Community Mental Health and PsychiatrY | Twin Rivers Rehab Addiction Disorders Centre-South Africa | Papillo | St Mark's Clinic | Alexandra Hospital | SA Federation for Mental Health | Durban & Coastal Mental Health Society | Cape Mental Health | Helderberg Clinic | The South African Depression And Anxiety Group (SADAG) | Sterkfontein Hospital | Kimberley mental health hospital | Akeso Crescent Clinic Randburg | Stikland Hospital | Lentegeur Psychiatric Hospital | PsySSA (Psychological Society of South Africa)

Medicines for psychological Disorders

Ambien |  zolpidem | Ativan | Restoril |  Prosom | Ambien CR temazepam | Dalmane | Lunesta  |Rozerem | Halcion | Xanax  |Valium | clonazepam | buspirone | Ativan | hydroxyzine | alprazolam | Xanax | Cymbalta | Prozac | bupropion | Wellbutrin XL  |Zoloft | Celexa Latuda  |Clozaril  Geodon Zyprexa | Risperdal

Psychological Journals

American Journal of Psychology | Asian Journal of Social Psychology |  British Journal of Developmental Psychology |  Couple and Family Psychology | Acta Psychologica | Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology | British Journal of Psychology | Behavior Therapy | Evolutionary Psychology | British Journal of Clinical Psychology | Psychotherapy | Psychological Review | Annual Review of Psychology | Canadian Journal of School Psychology | Current Directions in Psychological Science | European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology | The International Journal of Psychoanalysis | Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology | Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology | Journal of Health Psychology | Psychological Bulletin | Psychological Medicine | The Journal of Psychology | Journal of Experimental Psychology | Journal of Applied Psychology | International Journal of Psychology | Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Depression and Anxiety | Cognitive Neuropsychology | Archives of Scientific Psychology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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