Mental Health

Mental Health is the base for well-being and active functioning for an individual and for a Community. Neither mental nor physical health can exist alone. Mental, physical, and social functioning is interdependent. Mental health and mental illness are determined by various and interacting social, psychological, and biological factors, just as health and illness in general. Positive mental health has been variously conceptualized as a positive emotion (affect) such as feelings of happiness, a personality trait inclusive of the psychological resources of self-esteem and mastery, and as resilience, which is the capacity to cope with adversity. An aspect of good mental health is the capacity for mutually satisfying and enduring relationships.

  • Track 1-1 Infant and Prenatal Mental Health
  • Track 2-2 Promotion of Mental Health
  • Track 3-3 Migration and Mental Health of Immigrants
  • Track 4-4 Sexual Medicine and Mental Health
  • Track 5-5 Women’s Mental Health
  • Track 6-6 Alcohol, Cannabis and Mental Health
  • Track 7-7 Gender Mental Health
  • Track 8-8 Psychiatric Social Work
  • Track 9-9 Mental Health Care
  • Track 10-10 Mental Health Policies

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