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PREVENTION OF MENTAL DISORDERS TO PROMOTE THE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Opening Ceremony & Opening Sessions

8 October (FRIDAY)

10.00 – 11.30      Plenary Session «Child and Adolescent Mental Health: Challenges, Solutions and Development»

           

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Norman Sartorius, Honorable Chairman of the International Organizing Committee, President of the Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programmes (Switzerland)

Dr. Oleg Salagay, Co-Chairman of the Russian Organizing Committee, Deputy Minister of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)      

Dr. Melita Vujnović, WHO Representative & Head of WHO Office to the Russian Federation

Dr. Natalia Treushnikova, Co-Chairman of the Russian Organizing Committee, President of the Union for Mental Health (Russia)

 

Keynote speeches:

Child and Adolescent Mental Health: A Priority Concern for the Future of Society

Professor Norman Sartorius, Honorable Chairman of the International Organizing Committee, President of the Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programmes (Switzerland)

 

Mental Health as a Dimension: Implication for Children, Society, and the Future

Prof. Dr. Shekhar Saxena, Professor of the Practice of Global Mental Health, Global Health and Population, Harvard T H Chan School of Public Health, Past Director of the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse of the WHO (USA)        

           

Planning the Future of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Beyond the Common-Sense Perspective

Professor Bruno Falissard, Past President of the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions IACAPAP, Director of the Center for Epidemiology and Population Health (France)

 

WPA’s Future Agenda & Action Plans for Youth Mental Health

Professor Afzal Javed, President World Psychiatric Association, Consultant Psychiatrist, Honorary Professor Institute of Applied Health Research, University of Birmingham, UK, Honorary Associate Clinical Professor, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, UK, Chairman Pakistan Psychiatric Research Centre, Fountain House, Lahore, Pakistan (UK)

 

Human Development as a Key Strategy for Person-Centered Medicine, Health and Education

Professor Juan E. Mezzich, Secretary General of the International College of Person-Centered Medicine (ICPCM) (USA and Peru)

 

11.30-11.45         Break

 

11.45-12.45         Opening WHO SESSION «Integration of Child and Adolescent Mental Health into the Global Sustainable Development Agenda: Strategies to Achieving Universal Health Coverage»

 

COMPONENT 1

“PREVENTION OF MENTAL DISORDERS TO PROMOTE THE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS”

Hall 1

8 October (Friday)

Hall 1

Goal: Discussion of integrated approaches to prevention of mental disorders for improving mental health and well-being of children and adolescents.

Objectives:

- To set up a platform for sharing research, evidence-based practices, and innovations in the field of prevention of mental disorders for improving mental health and well-being of children and adolescents.

- To discuss the best practice and resources in the field of prevention of mental disorders to improve mental health outcomes in children and adolescents.

- To develop innovative and applicable approaches to ensure quality prevention programs for improving mental health and well-being of children and adolescents. 

 

 

 

13.00-15.00      Plenary Session “MENTAL HEALTH IN PRENATAL AND POSTNATAL CARE FOR MOTHERS AND NEWBORNS”

 

Chaired by:

Professor Janna Glozman, Psy.D, President of International Society of Applied Neuropsychology (ISAN), Research Director of the Luria Research Center for Developmental Neuropsychology, Professor of the Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

Dr. Emilia Afrange, Director at Instituto do Prematuro, Director of Institutional Relations at Mamãe Associação de Assistência a Criança Santamarense NGO (Brazil)

 

Format:  Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

PERINATAL HEALTH: AN ISSUE FOR INFANTS, CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS

Professor Gisèle Apter, MD PhD, Professor Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of the University Rouen Normandy, Chief of the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of Groupe Hopsitalier Le Havre, Director of Research Unit in Psychiatry and Psychopathology, Founding Chair of WPA Section on Perinatal and Infant Mental Health, President of French Society SIP (Société de l’Information Psychiatrique) (France)

 

FAMILY-GENETIC PREVENTION OF MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Professor Elena Gutkevich, MD, leading researcher of the Research Institute of Mental Health at the Tomsk National Research Medical Center of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Professor of the Department of Genetic and Clinical Psychology at the Faculty of Psychology at the National Research Center of the Tomsk State University (Russia)

 

GENETIC CAUSES OF MENTAL RETARDATION IN CHILDREN. HISTORY OF THE STUDY AND CURRENT ACHIEVEMENTS IN DIAGNOSTICS

          Professor Elena Dadali, MD, Head of the Research Department at the Bochkov State Medical and Genetic Research Center, Professor of the Department of Molecular and Cell Genetics at the Pirogov Russian National Research University (Russia)

 

ORGANIZATION OF OBSTETRIC AND GYNECOLOGICAL CARE AND PREVENTION OF MENTAL DISORDERS

Professor Boris Kazakovtsev, MD, Professor and Deputy Director of Research at the Serbsky Federal State National Medical and Research Center of Psychiatry and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

ASSESSMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH OF WOMEN WITH DIFFERENT PREGNANCY PATHOLOGIES IN THE CONTEXT OF PREVENTION OF MENTAL DISORDERS IN CHILDREN

Professor Irina Kupriyanva, MD, Professor and leading researcher of the Research Institute of Mental Health at the Tomsk National Research Medical Center of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Professor at the National Research Center of the Tomsk State University (Russia)

 

WHY KEEP CONCERNED ABOUT PREMATURES?

Dr. Emilia Afrange, Director at Instituto do Prematuro, Director of Institutional Relations at Mamãe Associação de Assistência a Criança Santamarense NGO (Brazil)

 

15.00-15.15         Break

           

15.15-17.15         Plenary Session “MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN”

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Nikolay Veraksa, Psy.D, Rector of the International Pedagogical Academy of Pre-School Education, Head of the UNESCO Department of Early Childhood Education and Development; seniour researcher at the Institute for Family, Childhood and Upbringing Studies of the Russian Academy of Education, the Moscow City Pedagogical University, Professor at the Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

Professor Martin Musalek, Professor of the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport at the Department of Kinanthropology and Humanities of the Charles University (Czech Republic)

  Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

           

            Keynote speeches:

 

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COGNITIVE AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN PRESCHOOL CHILDHOOD

Professor Nikolay Veraksa, Psy.D, Rector of the International Pedagogical Academy of Pre-School Education, Head of the UNESCO Department of Early Childhood Education and Development; seniour researcher at the Institute for Family, Childhood and Upbringing Studies of the Russian Academy of Education, the Moscow City Pedagogical University, Professor at the Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

 

A NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE PREVENTION OF MENTAL DISORDERS IN CHILDREN

Professor Janna Glozman, PsyD, President of International Society of Applied Neuropsychology (ISAN), Research Director of the Luria Research Center for Developmental Neuropsychology, Professor of the Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

 

PREVENTIVE MEASURES TO ENHANCE NEUROCOGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD

Professor Carla Anauate, psychologist and neuropsychologist, PHD in Clinical Psychology by the Pontificial Catholic University of São Paulo, Director of CINAPSI - Centro Integrado de Neuropsicologia e Psicologia, specialist in Rorschach Test, Neuropsychology, Psychotherapy and Domestic Violence, Professor of Neuropsychopedagogy at CENSUPEG University (Brazil)

 

THE ROLE OF OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES IN CHILDREN’S TRANSVERSAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

Dr. Jane Murray, PhD, Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Centre for Education and Research at the Faculty of Health, Education and Society of the University of Northampton, Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Early Years Education, Co-Convenor for EECERA Young Children's Perspectives SIG (UK)

 

PHYSICAL FITNESS AND DAILY EATING HABITS IN NORMAL-WEIGHT OBESE PRESCHOOLERS

Professor Martin Musalek, Professor of the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport at the Department of Kinanthropology and Humanities of the Charles University (Czech Republic)

MENTAL DISORDERS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD: DETECTION, PREVALENCE, PREVENTION

Dr. Mikhail Ivanov, PhD (Psychology), senior researcher of the Department of Child Psychiatry at the Federal State Research Center for Mental Health, Head of the Department on Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology at the Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis (Russia)

Professor Natalia Simashkova, MD, Professor and Head of the Department of Child Psychiatry at the Federal State Scientific Center for Mental Health, WHO expert on ICD-11, Chief Child Psychiatrist for the Central Federal District of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Russia)

Professor Galina Kozlovskaya, MD, Professor and Chief Researcher of the Department of Child Psychiatry at the Federal State Scientific Center for Mental Health (Russia)

                                                           

THE ROLE OF THE GAME IN DEVELOPMENT OF PRESCHOOL CHILD

Dr. Alexandra Soboleva, PhD (Psychology), Director of the Luria Research Center for Child Neuropsychology (Russia)

17.15-17.30         Break

           

17.30-19.30         Plenary Session “MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING IN SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN” 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Rakesh Kumar Chadda, MBBS, MD, FAMS, FRCPsych, DFAPA, Secretary General of the World Association of Social Psychiatry, Chair OC WASP Hybrid Congress 2021, Professor and Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Chief of the National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre at the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (India)

Professor Natalia Mazaeva, MD, Professor and Head of the Department on Adolescent Psychiatry at the Federal State Research Center for Mental Health (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

Opening report:

 

MENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION AND PROMOTION IN SCHOOLS: STRATEGIES AND EXPECTATIONS

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Chadda, Secretary General of the World Association of Social Psychiatry, Professor and Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Chief of the National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre at the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (India) 

 

Keynote speeches:

ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AND DEVELOPMENT CONDITIONS OF A CHILD WITH DISABILITIES IN THE CONTEXT OF MODERN EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE

Professor Igor Korobeinikov, Psy.D., Deputy Director for Research of the Institute for Correctional Pedagogy at the Russian Academy of Education, Editor-in-Chief of the journal “Defectology”, member of the Expert Council of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

IMPROVING ACCESS TO PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS FOR CHILDHOOD ANXIETY DISORDERS

Professor Catharine Creswell, PsyD, Professor of Developmental Clinical Psychology at the University of Oxford and an Honorary Consultant Clinical Psychologist (UK)

           

ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT AND DEVELOPING BRAIN

Harvey Milkman, PhD, Professor Emeritus of the Department of Psychology at the Metropolitan State University of Denver, Senior Advisor, Planet Youth (USA)

 

SKILFUL CLASS – A PLAYFUL AND SOLUTION-FOCUSED AND EVIDENCE-BASED SOCIAL SKILLS LEARNING PROJECT FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLASSES TO IMPROVE THE ATMOSPHERE OF THE CLASS, REDUCE THE STRESS OF THE TEACHER AND ENHANCE LEARNING

Dr. Ben Furman, Co-Director of the Helsinki Brief Therapy Institute (Finland)

 

PREVENTION OF BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS IN THE EDUCATIONAL SETTING

Professor Natalia Sirota, MD, Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Clinical Psychology, Head of the Department of Clinical Psychology at the Evdokimov Moscow State Medical and Dental University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

PROSPECTS FOR THE PREVENTION OF MENTAL DISORDERS IN CHILDHOOD

Professor Natalia Mazaeva, MD, Professor and Head of the Department on Adolescent Psychiatry at the Federal State Research Center for Mental Health (Russia)

Dr. Alla Golovina, MD, Senior researcher of the Department on Adolescent Psychiatry at the Federal State Research Center for Mental Health (Russia)

 

 

9 October (Saturday)

Hall 1

 

10.00-12.00         Plenary Session “ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH”

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Sam Tyano, M.D., FRCPsych., FAPA, HFWPA, Professor Emeritus in Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Tel Aviv University School of Medicine, Honorary President of the Israeli Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Association, Visiting Professor in Lille and Strasbourg School of Medicine (France), Chairman of the WPA Standing Committee on Ethics (Israel)

Professor Vladimir Borodin, MD, Vice-President of the Union for Mental Health, Professor of the Methodical Department at the Serbsky Federal State Medical Research Center of Psychiatry and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

ADOLESCENTS’ ATTACHMENT AND RESILIENCE

Professor Sam Tyano, M.D., FRCPsych., FAPA, HFWPA, Professor Emeritus in Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Tel Aviv University School of Medicine, Honorary President of the Israeli Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Association, Visiting Professor in Lille and Strasbourg School of Medicine (France), Chairman of the WPA Standing Committee on Ethics (Israel)

 

PROMOTION OF MENTAL HEALTH OF ADOLESCENTS – RESOURCES FOR PARENTS OF ADOLESCENTS

Professor Dr. Sabine Bährer-Kohler, President of the Association for Mental Health- Global Mental Health, UN Representative in Geneva, WHO Representative in Geneva, Managing Director for Dr. Bährer-Kohler & Partners, President of the Swiss Association for Global Mental Health (Switzerland)

 

TRANSGENDER IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS - DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPEUTIC SUPPORT

Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner Gessmann, PsyD, Doctor of Clinical Psychology, Director of the International Center of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Aichach (Germany)

 

PROBLEMS OF PRESERVING THE REPRODUCTIVE POTENTIAL OF CHILDREN'S POPULATION

Professor Sergey Yatsyk, MD, Professor and Head of the Department of Reproductive Health at the State National Medical Research Center for Child Health of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)

 

AN APPROACH TO CURRENT SITUATION OF ADOLESCENTS PROBLEMS IN THAILAND

Dr. Waralak V. Siricharoen, Assistant Professor and Assistant Dean for International Affairs of the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology at the Silpakorn University (Thailand)

 

DESTRUCTIVE INTERNET CONTENT AND ADOLESCENT AUTOAGRESSION

Professor Alexandre Sofronov, MD, Professor and Head of the Department of Psychiatry and Narcology at the Mechnikov Federal Northern-West State Medical University   of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Chief Doctor of the St.Petersburg Skvortsova-Stepanova Psychiatric Hospital #3 (Russia)

 

EARLY DETECTION AND PREVENTION OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS IN ADOLESCENTS

Dr. Irina Karaush, MD, senior researcher of the Research Institute for Mental Health at the Tomsk National Research Medical Center (Russia)

Dr. Bairma Dashieva, MD, senior researcher of the Research Institute for Mental Health at the Tomsk National Research Medical Center (Russia)

 

12.00-12.15         Coffee Break

 

12.15-14.15         Plenary Session “PREVENTION OF SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR IN ADOLESCENTS”

                       

            Co-Chaired by:

Professor Ella Arensman, Professor of Public Mental Health, School of Public Health, College of Medicine and Health, Chief Scientist, National Suicide Research Foundation, WHO Collaborating Centre for Surveillance and Research in Suicide Prevention, Visiting Professor, Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention, School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University (Ireland)

Professor Boris Polozhi, MD, Professor and Head of the Department of Clinical and Preventive Suicidology at the Moscow Research Institute of Psychiatry of the Serbsky State National Medical Research Center of Psychiatry and Narcology, Honored worker of science of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion

 

            Opening report:

 

SELF-HARM AND SUICIDE IN YOUNG PEOPLE: ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS AND EVIDENCE BASED INTERVENTIONS

Professor Ella Arensman, Professor of Public Mental Health, School of Public Health, College of Medicine and Health, Chief Scientist, National Suicide Research Foundation, WHO Collaborating Centre for Surveillance and Research in Suicide Prevention, Visiting Professor, Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention, School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University (Ireland)

 

Keynote speeches:

 

TO BE OR NOT TO BE? PREVENTION OF SUICIDE IN ADOLESCENTS

Professor Boris Polozhi, MD, Professor and Head of the Department of Clinical and Preventive Suicidology at the Moscow Research Institute of Psychiatry of the Serbsky State National Medical Research Center of Psychiatry and Narcology, Honored worker of science of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR IN ADOLESCENTS

Professor Marco Sarchiapone, MD, Professor of the Department of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Molise, Via DeSantis, Honorary Professor at the Kazakh National Medical University, named in honor of S.D. Asfendiyarov (Almaty, Kazakhstan), Psychiatrist at the National Institute for Health, Migration and Poverty (NIHMP) Via San Gallicano (Rome, Italy), Chair of the Section of Suicidology and Suicide Prevention at the European Psychiatric Association (EPA), UNICEF Consultant, Co-chair of the Task Force: Suicide Biological Markers of the World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry, Editor of Suicidology Online Open access journal 

(www.suicidology-online.com ) (Italy)

 

MODERN SPECIFICS OF SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR        

Professor Mikhail Reshetnikov, PhD (Medicine), PsyD, Rector of the Eastern and European Institute of Psychoanalysis, St.Petersburg (Russia)

 

ADOLESCENT SUICIDES: STRESS AND VULNERABILITY IN POST-MODERN SOCIETY

Professor Vsevolod Rozanov, MD, Professor of the Department of Psychology of Health and Deviant Behavior at the St.Petersburg State University (Russia)

 

FEATURES OF SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR OF ADOLESCENTS USING PSYCHOSTIMULANTS AND THE INFLUENCE OF THEIR MICROSOCIAL ENVIRONMENT ON THE COURSE OF THE DISEASE

Dr. Andrey Bukhna, PhD, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Psychology and Pedagogy with a course of Psychotherapy at the Tyumen State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

Professor Pavel Zotov, MD, Professor and Head of the Department of Oncology at the Tyumen State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Head of the Siberian School of Preventive Suicidology and Deviantology (Russia)

 

14.15-15.00         Break

 

15.00 – 16.30          Plenary Session “PREVENTION OF SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR IN ADOLESCENTS” (continued)

 

TEENAGERS ON THE WEB: SUICIDOLOGICAL ASPECT

Professor Evgeny Lyubov, MD, Professor of the Moscow Research Institute of Psychiatry at the Serbsky Federal State National Medical Research Center and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

PREVENTION OF SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR IN ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE

Professor Nikolay Kornetov, MD, Professor of the Department of Psychiatry, Narcology and Psychotherapy at the Siberia State Medical University (Russia)

 

A NEW ORGANIZATIONAL MODEL FOR PREVENTION of ADOLESCENT SUICIDES IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION (based on the example of the Republic of Bashkortostan)

Professor Ilgiz Timerbulatov, MD, Professor and Chief Doctor of the State Republican Clinical Psychotherapy Center of the Ministry of Health of Bashkortostan Republic (Russia) 

 

ALGORITHM FOR EARLY DETECTION OF STUDENTS AT RISK FOR SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR

Dr. Gennady Bannikov, PhD (Medicine), senior researcher of the Serbsky Federal State National Medical Research Center and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, senior researcher of the Center for Emergency Psychological Assistance at the Federal Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University (Russia)

 

PREVENTION OF SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN THE KRASNODAR REGION

Professor Yulia Vasyanina, MD, Professor of the State Clinical Psychiatric Hospital #1 of the Ministry of Health of the Krasnodar Krai (Russia)

Dr. Elena Boyko, MD, Ph.D., Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Kuban State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Chief Psychiatrist in the Southern Federal District and the Ministry of Health of the Krasnodar Territory, Chief Physician of the State Hospital 1 of the Ministry of Health of Krasnodar (Russia)

 

BORDERLINE MENTAL DISORDERS AND SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR IN SCHOOL GRADUATES

Dr. Viktoria Ruzhenkova, PhD (Medicine), Associate Professor and Acting Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Narcology and Clinical Psychology of the Belgorod State National Research University (Russia)

 

16.30-16.45             Break

 

16.45-18.15             Symposium “FACTORS EFFECTING SELF-REGULATION IN PRESCHOOLERS”

 

Moderated by:

Professor Alexander Veraksa, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

 

THE ROLE OF SELF REGULATION IN THE FORMATION OF MATHEMATICAL ABILITIES OF PRIMARY SCHOOLCHILDREN

Professor Alexander Veraksa, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

Margarita Aslanova, Researcher, Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

 

FEATURES OF REGULATORY AND SPEECH DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN IN A MONO-AND BILINGUAL ENVIRONMENT

Professor Marina Kovyazina, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Doctor of Psychology, Professor of the Department of Neuro- and Pathopsychology, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

Margarita Gavrilova, Researcher, Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

Ekaterina Oshchepkova, PhD (Philology), Researcher, Department of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

 

MUSIC LESSONS AS A FACTOR IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-REGULATION IN OLDER PRESCHOOLERS

Olga Almazova, PhD (Psychology), Associate Professor of the Department of Developmental Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

Alexandra Dolgikh, PhD (Psychology), Senior Researcher at the Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education (Russia)

 

PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS IN KINDERGARTEN

Svetlana Shabas, PhD (Psychology), ANO VO "Humanitarian University", Yekaterinburg (Russia)

 

MENTAL HEALTH OF CHILDREN FROM BIRTH TO 12 YEARS OLD: CAUSES OF DEVIATIONS, HOW TO AVOID AND ELIMINATE THEM. D-TYPE COMPLEX.

Tatiana Toich, Director of the Institute of Toich Ideal-Method, Founder and President of the Light of Mercy and Love Charitable Foundation (Russia)

 

18.15-19.00             Closing Ceremony

Delivery of the Declaration “Child and Adolescent Mental Health in the XXI Century”

Treatment and Rehabilitation for the Mental Health and Well-Being of Children and Adolescents

Goal: Discussion of integrated approaches to improve quality treatment and rehabilitation for the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents.

Objectives:

  • To set up a platform for sharing research, evidence-based practices, and innovations in the field of treatment and rehabilitation for the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents.
  • To discuss best practice and resources in the field of treatment and rehabilitation for the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents.
  • To develop innovative and applicable approaches to ensure quality treatment and rehabilitation for the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents.

 

8 October (Friday)

Hall 2

 

13.00-15.00         Plenary Session “CHILD PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES: ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS”

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Afzal Javed, President World Psychiatric Association (WPA), Consultant Psychiatrist, Honorary Professor Institute of Applied Health Research, University of Birmingham, UK, Honorary Associate Clinical Professor, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, UK, Chairman Pakistan Psychiatric Research Centre, Fountain House, Lahore, Pakistan (UK)

Professor Petr Morozov, MD, Secretary General of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA), Vice-President of the Russian Society of Psychiatrists, Professor of the Department of Psychiatry of the Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper "Diary of a Psychiatrist" (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

 

 

TRANSITION PSYCHIATRY: ORGANIZING CONTINUING TREATMENT AND CARE FROM CHILD/ADOLESCENCE PSYCHIATRY TO ADULT PSYCHIATRY

Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Gaebel, Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre on Quality Assurance and Empowerment in Mental Health, President of the European Scientific Association on Schizophrenia, and other Psychoses (ESAS) (Germany)

 

CHILD PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES IN EASTERN EUROPE

Professor Evgeny Makushkin, MD, Chief Child Specialist-Psychiatrist of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Deputy Director General on Research at the Serbsky Federal State Medical Research Center of Psychiatry and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

Professor Oleg Skugarevsky, MD, WPA Representative in Eastern Europe, Chair of the Belarus Psychiatric Association (Belarus) 

Professor Kuanysh Altynbekov, генеральный директор Республиканского Центра психического здоровья (Kazakhstan)

Professor Tatiana Galako, MD, President of the Kyrgyzstan Psychiatric Association (Kyrgyzstan)

Professor Zarifzhon Ashurov, MD, Head of the Department of Psychiatry and Narcology at the Tashkent Medical Academy, President of the Association of Psychiatrists of Uzbekistan (Uzbekistan)

MOROCCO PLAN FOR ACTION FOR CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING (Report by the Moroccan Association of Child Psychiatrists and associated professionals in the field of Mental Health)

Professor Kamal Raddaoui, MD, President of the Moroccan Federation of Psychotherapy, Vice-president of the World Council for Psychotherapy (Morocco)

15.00-15.15         Break

           

15.15-17.15         Plenary Session “MODERN APPROACHES TO THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF MENTAL DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS” 

Co-Chaired by: 

Professor Nikolay Neznanov, MD, Professor and Director of the Bekhterev National Medical Research Center for Psychiatry and Neurology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (St. Petersburg), Head of the Department of Psychiatry and Narcology of the Pavlov First St. Petersburg State Medical University, Chief Expert in Psychiatry of the Federal Service for the Supervision of Health Care, President of the Russian Society of Psychiatrists, President of the World Association for Dynamic Psychiatry (WADP, Vienna), Honored Worker of Higher Education

Dr. Gordana Milavić, MD., F.R.C.Psych., Chair of the Association for Child, and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH), President Elect and member of the Psychiatry Council of the Royal Society of Medicine (UK)

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

 

 

THE NEUROSCIENCE OF DEPRESSION IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Dr. Gordana Milavić, MD., F.R.C.Psych., Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist of Maudsley Hospital, London, International Development Director, Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH) (UK)

ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD) OR "ACUTE MANIA"? DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

Professor Yury Shevchenko, MD, Chair of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Medical Psychology at the Russian Academy of Postgraduate Education, Chair of the Moscow Branch at the Association of Child Psychiatrists and Psychologists (Russia)

 

TREATING POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER EFFECTIVELY AND EFFICIENTLY

Professor Anke Ehlers, FBA FMedSci ML MAE, Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellow and Professor of Experimental Psychopathology, Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford (UK)

 

THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN PRESERVING THE HEALTH OF THE NATION

Professor Tatiana Borovik, MD, Head of the Laboratory of Nutrition for Healthy and Sick Child, Chief Researcher of the Russian National Medical Research Center of Child Health of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

Dr. Vera Skvortsova, MD, Chief Researcher of the Russian National Medical Research Center of Child Health of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

Dr. Tatiana Bushueva, MD, Leading Researcher of the Russian National Medical Research Center of Child Health of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF CHILD PSYCHIATRY

Professor Igor Makarov, MD, Head of the Department of Child Psychiatry at the Bekhterev National Medical Research Center for Psychiatry and Neurology of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Chief psychiatrist of the Ministry of Health of Russia in the North-West Federal District, Chairman of the Section of Child Psychiatry of the Russian Society of Psychiatrists, St. Petersburg (Russia)

 

COGNITIVE AND SPEECH DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH EPILEPSY

Professor Valentina Guzeva, MD, Chief Child Specialist on Neurology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Head of the Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics at the Federal St.Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

17.15-17.30         Break  

 

17.30-19.30         Plenary Session “MODERN APPROACHES TO THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF MENTAL DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS” (continued)

Co-Chaired by: 

Professor Tatiana Klyushnik, MD, Professor and Director of the Federal State National Research Center for Mental Health (Russia)

Professor Raymond C. K. Chan, Neuropsychology and Applied Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory, CAS Key Laboratory of Mental Health, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing (China)

 

Keynote speeches:

 

CLINICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS IN THE STUDY OF AUTISTIC AND SCHIZOPHRENIC SPECTRUM DISORDERS IN CHILDHOOD

Professor Natalia Simashkova, MD, Head of the Department of Child Psychiatry at the Federal State National Research Center for Mental Health, Chief Child Specialist-Psychiatrist of the Central Federal District of Russia of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, WHO Expert on ICD-11 (Russia)

Professor Tatiana Klyushnik, MD, Professor and Director of the Federal State National Research Center for Mental Health (Russia)

Dr. Lyubov Yakupova, PhD (Biology), Senior Researcher of the Laboratory of Neurophysiology at the Federal State National Research Center for Mental Health (Russia)

Dr. Svetlana Kostyuk, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Head of the Laboratory of Molecular Biology of the Federal State Scientific Institution "Medical Genetic Research Center named after Academician N.P. Bochkova " (Russia)

Dr. Svetlana Zozulya, PhD (Biology), Senior Researcher of the Laboratory of Neurophysiology at the Federal State National Research Center for Mental Health (Russia)

Svetlana Nikitina, Junior Researcher of the Department of Child Psychiatry at the Federal State National Research Center for Mental Health (Russia)

 

NEW THERAPEUTIC TARGETS FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS

Professor Tatiana Klyushnik, MD, Professor and Director of the Federal State National Research Center for Mental Health (Russia)

 

AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDERS MEET SCHIZOPHRENIA SPECTRUM DISORDERS: EVIDENCE FROM CLINICAL AND SUBCLINICAL FINDINGS

Professor Raymond C. K. Chan, Neuropsychology and Applied Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory, CAS Key Laboratory of Mental Health, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing (China)        

 

PROTOCOL FOR DIAGNOSIS OF AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS

Dr. Natalia Korovina, Head of the Psychiatric Department at the Research and Practical Center of Child Psychoneurology at the Department of Health of Moscow (Russia) 

CATATONIC AND CATANO-REGRESSIVE DISORDERS IN PSYCHOTIC FORMS OF ASD AND CHILD SCHIZOPHRENIA

Dr. Anton Kulikov, PhD (Medicine), senior researcher of the Department of Child Psychiatry at the Federal State National Research Center for Mental Health (Russia)

NORMALIZATION OF LIFE OF CHILDREN WITH MENTAL DISORDERS. NEAREST STEPS AND PROSPECTS.

Anna Bitova, Chairman of the Board of the Center for Curative Pedagogy, Chairman of the Board of the Alliance "The Value of Everyone", member of the Council on Guardianship in the Social Sphere under the Government of the Russian Federation

9 October (Saturday)

Hall 2

 

10.00-12.00         Plenary session “RELATIONSHIP OF SOMATIC DISORDERS AND MENTAL PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS”

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Svetlana Lazurenko, Doctor of Pedagogy, Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Center of Psychological and Pedagogical Care in Pediatrics at the Federal State Research Center for Child Health of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

Professor Olga Milushkina, MD, Chief Specialist in Child and Adolescent Hygiene of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Head of the Department of Hygiene at the Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

 

Opening report:

 

ON THE RELATIONSHIP OF SOMATIC DISORDERS AND MENTAL PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN. CORRECTION APPROACHES

Professor Carmelo Rizzo, M.D., President of the International Academy of Nutritiology (AINuC) (Italy)

Keynote speeches:

 

PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL ASSISTANCE IN PEDIATRICS: ACHIEVEMENTS AND DEVELOPMENT PROSPECTS

Professor Svetlana Lazurenko, Doctor of Pedagogy, Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Center of Psychological and Pedagogical Care in Pediatrics at the Federal State Research Center for Child Health of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

PREVENTION OF POST-TRAUMATIC DISORDERS IN CHILDREN UNDER HIGH-TECHNOLOGICAL SURGICAL INTERVENTION

Sviridova Tatyana Vasilyevna, Head of the Laboratory of Special Psychology and Correctional Training of the Center for Psychological and Pedagogical Assistance in Pediatrics at the National Medical Research Center of Children's Health of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

            PSYCHOLOGICAL CARE FOR CHILDREN WITH ONCOLOGICAL DISEASES

Dr. Alina Khain, PhD (Psychology), Senior Researcher and Head of the Clinical Psychology Department at the Dmitry Rogachev National Medical Research Center for Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, and Immunology of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Russia) 

Natalia Klipinina, junior researcher and medical psychologist of the Clinical Psychology Department at the Dmitry Rogachev National Medical Research Center for Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, and Immunology of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Russia)

Dr. Tatiana Ryabova, PhD (Psychology), Senior Researcher of the Clinical Psychology Department at the Dmitry Rogachev National Medical Research Center for Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, and Immunology of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Russia) 

Dr. Natalia Nikolskaya, PhD (Psychology), Senior Researcher of the Clinical Psychology Department at the Dmitry Rogachev National Medical Research Center for Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, and Immunology of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Russia) 

Ekaterina Shutkova, junior researcher and medical psychologist of the Clinical Psychology Department at the Dmitry Rogachev National Medical Research Center for Pediatric Hematology, Oncology, and Immunology of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Russia)

 

EXPERIENCE OF THE NATIONAL MEDICAL RESEARCH CENTER FOR CHILD HEALTH OF THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION IN THE TREATMENT OF CHILDREN WITH RARE ILLNESSES

Dr. Lolita Pak, MD, Head of the Center for Rare Diseases of the National Medical Research Center of Child Health of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

LIFESTYLE AND HEALTH OF MODERN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Professor Olga Milushkina, MD, Chief Specialist in Child and Adolescent Hygiene of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Head of the Department of Hygiene at the Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

12.00-12.15       Break

 

12.15-14.15       Plenary SessionREHABILITATION OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH MENTAL DISORDERS” (hall 2)

 

Co-Chaired by:  

Professor Marc H.M. Hermans, Founding member of the Belgian Professional Union for Psychiatrists and the Flemish Psychiatric Association (Belgium)

Professor Tatiana Solokhina, MD, Head of the Department on Organization of Psychiatric Services at the Federal State National Research Center for Mental Health, Chair of the Board of the non-for-profit organization “Family and Mental Health” (Russia)

 

Format:  Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

           

MULTIFUNCTIONALLY DISABLED CHILDREN: WORKING WITH THEIR PARENTS

Professor Marc H.M. Hermans, Founding member of the Belgian Professional Union for Psychiatrists and the Flemish Psychiatric Association (Belgium)

 

PERSONALIZED REHABILITATION. THE WAY TO CHILD'S MENTAL HEALTH.

Professor Tatiana Batysheva, MD, Director of the Scientific and Practical Center for Pediatric Psychoneurology of the Moscow Department of Health, Head of the Department of Neurology, Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine of Pediatric Age of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Honored Doctor of the Russian Federation, member of the Presidium of the All-Russian Society of Neurologists, Chief Pediatric Specialist on Neurology of the Department of Health of Moscow, expert of the European Academy of Childhood Disability (Karolinska University, Stockholm, Sweden) (Russia)

 

SYMBOLIC MEDIATION OF SUBJECT-SUBJECT RELATIONSHIPS IN SCHOOLCHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES AS A FACTOR IN PREVENTING SOCIAL MALADAPTATION

Professor Alexey Polyakov, PsyD, Professor of the Department of Psychology at the Belarus State University (Belarus)

 

PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION AND EVALUATION OF ITS EFFECTIVENESS IN THE SYSTEM OF PSYCHIATRIC CARE AND PUBLIC SECTOR IN VOLGA FEDERAL DISTRICT OF RUSSIA

Professor Tatiana Solokhina, MD, Head of the Department on Organization of Psychiatric Services at the Federal State National Research Center for Mental Health, Chair of the Board of the non-for-profit organization “Family and Mental Health” (Russia)

 

COMPLEX TECHNOLOGIES IN REHABILITATION OF CHILDREN WITH MENTAL DISORDERS

Dr. Marina Bebchuk, PhD (Medical Sciences), Associate Professor, Head of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department, Moscow (Russia)

 

ASD IN THE HUMAN LIFE CYCLE: SYSTEMIC APPROACHES TO REHABILITATION

Igor Shpitsberg, Head of the Rehabilitation Center for Disabled Children “Our Sunny World” (Russia)

 

14.15–15.00        Break

 

15.00–16.30        Symposium “SELF-HARM: DETECTION, INTERVENTION, AND PREVENTION”

 

   Co-Chaired by:

Professor Alla B. Gekht, MD, Director of the Solovyev State Research and Practical Psychoneurological Center of the Moscow Health Department, Professor of the Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics at the Pirogov State Russian Medical University, Vice-President of the International League Against Epilepsy (Russia)

Dr.Melita Vujnovic, WHO Representative& Head of WHO Office to the Russian Federation

Dr. Renat Akzhigitov, PhD (Medicine), Deputy Director of the Solovyev State Research and Practical Psychoneurological Center of the Moscow Health Department (Russia)

 

Speakers:

OPENING SPEECH

Dr.Melita Vujnovic, WHO Representative& Head of WHO Office to the Russian Federation

 

THE MANIFESTATION OF AGGRESSION AND AUTOAGGRESSION IN MODERN SOCIETY: COMPLEX OF MEDICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES

Dr. Renat Akzhigitov, PhD (Medicine), Deputy Director of the Solovyev State Research and Practical Psychoneurological Center of the Moscow Health Department (Russia)

 

THE ROLE OF EARLY TRAUMA IN THE FORMATION OF SELF-HARMING BEHAVIOR

Dr. Mikhail Zinchuk, PhD (Medicine), Leading Researcher of the Solovyev State Research and Practical Psychoneurological Center of the Moscow Health Department (Russia)

 

PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS WITH SELF-INJECTING BEHAVIOR

Evgeny Pashnin, Researcher of the Solovyev State Research and Practical Psychoneurological Center of the Moscow Health Department (Russia)

 

SUICIDAL AND NON-SUICIDAL SELF-INJURIES IN EATING BEHAVIOR DISORDERS

Dr. Alexandra Menshikova, PhD (Psychology), Senior Researcher of the Solovyev State Research and Practical Psychoneurological Center of the Moscow Health Department (Russia)

 

16.30–16.45 Break

 

16.45–18.15 Symposium “CURRENT ISSUES OF CHILD EPILEPTOLOGY” (hall 2)

 

   Co-Chaired by:

Professor Alla B. Gekht, MD, Director of the Solovyev State Research and Practical Psychoneurological Center of the Moscow Health Department, Professor of the Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics at the Pirogov State Russian Medical University, Vice-President of the International League Against Epilepsy (Russia)

Professor Valery Zykov, MD, Chair of the Department on Child Neurology of the Russian Academy of Continuing Professional Education (Russia)

 

Speakers:

EVIDENCE MEDICINE IN THE PRESCRIPTION AND CANCELLATION OF ANTI-CONAULSANTS IN CHILDREN WITH EPILEPSY

Professor Valery Zykov, MD, Chair of the Department on Child Neurology of the Russian Academy of Continuing Professional Education (Russia)

 

CLINICAL DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC MONITORING OF EPILEPSY IN ADOLESCENTS

Professor Valentina Guzeva, MD, Chief pediatric specialist of the Russian Ministry of Health with a degree in Neurology, Head of the Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Medical Genetics of the St. Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation (Russia)

SITUATION-BASED METABOLIC CONSUMULATIONS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN THE PRACTICE OF A NEUROLOGIST AND PEDIATOR. MOROZOVSK CHILDREN’S CITY CLINICAL HOSPITAL OF THE MOSCOW DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

Dr. Inna Schederkina, PhD (Medicine), Head of the Center for the Treatment of Cerebrovascular Pathology in Children at the Morozovsk Children’s City Clinical Hospital of the Moscow Department of Health (Russia)

 

DISCUSSION ISSUES OF COMORBIDITY OF AUTISM AND EPILEPSY: SUBCLINICAL EPILEPTIFORM ACTIVITY

Dr. Grigory Kuzmich, PhD (Medicine), Senior Researcher of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department, Moscow (Russia)

 

9 October (Saturday)

Hall 3

                       

10.00–12.00 CT-PTSD OVERVIEW WORKSHOP

Trainer: Professor Anke Ehlers, FBA FMedSci ML MAE, Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellow and Professor of Experimental Psychopathology, Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford (UK)

 

12.00–12.15 Break

 

12.15–14.15 Symposium “THE MOSCOW STATE SUKHAREV RESEARCH AND PRACTICAL CENTER FOR CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH: ALL FACETS OF CHILD PSYCHIATRY”

 

Chaired by:

Dr. Marina Bebchuk, PhD (Medical Sciences), Associate Professor, Head of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department, Moscow (Russia)

 

Speakers:

UNWANTED CHILDREN? FIGURES AND FACTS.

Dr. Marina Bebchuk, PhD (Medical Sciences), Associate Professor, Head of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department, Moscow (Russia)

 

SAFETY OF THE SPECIALIST. IS IT POSSIBLE TO ESTIMATE SUICIDAL RISK IN PRACTICE?

Dr. Anna Basova, PhD (Medicine), Deputy Director of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department, Moscow; Associate Professor of the Department of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology at the Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Russia)

 

ALGORITHM OF ROUTING, DIAGNOSTICS AND TREATMENT OF A CHILD WITH ASD

Dr. Natalia Ustinova, MD, Chief Researcher of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department, Head of the Department of Social Pediatrics and Organization of Multidisciplinary Support of Children at the Research Institute of Pediatrics of the Central Clinical Hospital of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)

 

RESTORE LOST OR DEVELOP MISSING. REHABILITATION AND ABILITATION OF CHILDREN WITH MENTAL DISORDERS.

Dr. Kirill Abramov, Head of the Department of Rehabilitation, Adaptation and Socialization of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department (Russia)

 

TELEMEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES IN CHILDREN'S PSYCHIATRY: PROS AND CONS.

Dr. Oleg Khairetdinov, PhD (Medicine), Leading Researcher of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department (Russia)

 

NON-SUICIDAL SELF-INJECTING BEHAVIOR AND SUICIDAL ATTEMPT. KEY DIFFERENCES.

Dr. Yulia Severina, researcher of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department, assistant of the Department of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology at the Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University of the Ministry of Health of Russia

 

PSYCHOTHERAPY OF EATING BEHAVIOR DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS. APPROACHES AND METHODS.

Daria Dovbysh, medical psychologist of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Pedagogy and Medical Psychology at the Sechenov Moscow First Medical University of the Ministry of Health of Russia

 

CHILD PSYCHOPHARMACOTHERAPY: PROBLEMS AND WAYS OF THEIR SOLUTION

Dr. Alexandre Abramov, researcher of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department, Assistant of the Department of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology of the Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University of the Ministry of Health of Russia

Farid Aisin, clinical pharmacologist of the Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department (Russia)

 

14.15–15.00 Break

 

15.00–16.30 Symposium “GENETICS AND MENTAL HEALTH” (hall 3)

 

Moderated by:

Professor Elena Dadali, MD, Full Professor and Head of the Scientific Advisory Department at the Federal Bochkov Research Centre for Medical Genetics, Professor of the Department of Molecular and Cell Genetics at the Pirogov National Research University (Russia)

 

Speakers:

 

MARTIN-BELL SYNDROME. ETIOPATHOGENESIS AND MOLECULAR-GENETIC DIAGNOSTICS

Elena Kuznetsova, researcher of the Federal Bochkov Medical Genetic Scientific Center (Russia)

 

CLINICAL AND GENETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DEFICIENCY IN CHROMOSOMIC SYNDROMES

Igor Kanivets, Head of the Department of Genetics at the Laboratory "Genomed" (Russia)

 

MONOGENE VARIANTS OF INTELLECTUAL DEFICIENCY IN CHILDREN

Olga Levchenko, researcher of the Federal Bochkov Medical Genetic Scientific Center (Russia)

 

MONOGENIC VARIANTS OF DEFECTS OF BRAIN DEVELOPMENT LEADING TO INTELLECTUAL DEFICIENCY

Daria Guseva, geneticist of the Federal Bochkov Medical Genetic Scientific Center (Russia)

 

16.30–16.45 Break

 

16.45–18.15 SYMPOSIUM ON PERSON-CENTERED MENTAL HEALTH (hall 3)

 

Moderated by Professor Juan E. Mezzich, M.Sc. degree program in Academic Psychiatry and M.A. and Ph.D. degree programs in Mathematical & Statistical Psychology, Secretary General of the International College of Person Centered Medicine, Tenured Professor of Psychiatry at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, Hipolito Unanue Chair of Person Centered Medicine at San Marcos University School of Medicine, and Editor of the International Journal of Person Centered Medicine (USA and Peru)

 

Introduction:

Professor Juan E. Mezzich, Secretary General of the International College of Person-Centered Medicine (ICPCM) (USA and Peru)

 

PERSON-CENTERED DEVELOPMENT

Professor Michel Botbol, Professor Emeritus of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of the University of Western Brittany, Secretary for Scientific Publication in the Executive Committee of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA) (France)

 

PERSON-CENTERED PSYCHIATRY IN RUSSIA

Professor Valery Krasnov, MD, Professor and Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Continuing Professional Education, the Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Ministry of Health of Russia, Moscow (Russia)

 

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND LIFE PROJECT

Dr. Elena Gayvoronskaya, Voronezh (Russia)

 

PERSON-CENTERED SEXUAL HEALTH

Dr. Olga Beatriz Marega, Doctor in Medicine, Specialist Consultant in Obstetrics-Gynaecology, Specialist in Clinical Sexology. FLASSES nomenclature committee member (2021-2023). IMS Member (International Menopause Society). SASH Member (Argentine Society of Human Sexuality). AASES Member (Argentine Association of Sexology and Sexual Education). Teacher of “Person Centered Sexual Health” in Superior school of Medicine. State University of the Centre of the Province of Buenos Aires. Argentina Director and Teacher of Courses on AASES, AAPEC, author of several books on child sexuality, sexual abuse, child and adolescent sexual education (Argentina)

 

9 October (Saturday)

Hall 4

                       

10.00–12.00 Symposium "PREVENTION OF ADDICTIONS IN CHILDREN" (hall 4)

Chaired by:

Professor Tatiana Klimenko, MD, Deputy Head of the Serbsky National Medical Research Center on Psychiatry and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

Speakers:

 

ALCOHOL DEPENDENT CHILDREN: A LOOK FROM A SUICIDOLOGY POSITION

Dr. Maria Baikova, psychiatrist of the Ryazan Regional Psychiatric Hospital (Ryazan, Russia)

Professor Aleksey Merinov, MD, Professor of the Department of Psychiatry at the Pavlov Ryazan State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Ryazan, Russia)

 

DEVELOPMENT OF VOLUNTEERITY IN PREVENTION OF ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOR OF MINORS. AN EXPERIENCE. PROSPECTS.

Dr. Alexandre Volkov, Chief Physician of the Yaroslavl Regional Clinical Narcological Hospital (Yaroslavl, Russia)

 

CONTENT ANALYSIS OF INFORMATION RESOURCES OF DESTRUCTIVE CONTENT IN THE RUSSIAN-SPEAKING SEGMENT OF THE INTERNET AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON THE BEHAVIOR OF ADOLESCENTS

Professor Sergey Igumnov, MD, Head of the Clinical Narcology Department of the National Narcological Center - a branch of the Serbsky National Medical Research Center for Psychiatry and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Republic of Belarus)

 

LEGAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL ASPECTS OF PREVENTING THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF NICOTINE CONSUMPTION BY CHILDREN

Professor Tatiana Klimenko, MD, Deputy Head of the Serbsky National Medical Research Center on Psychiatry and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

ADOLESCENTS AS A SPECIAL CATEGORY OF PATIENTS IN A DRUG CLINIC

Professor Yury Sivolap, MD, Professor of the Department of Psychiatry and Narcology of the Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Russia)

 

INTERNET DEPENDENCE: SCREENING, DIAGNOSTICS, THERAPY, AND LONG-TERM RESULTS

Professor Lev Perezhogin, Head of the Department of Social Psychiatry for Children and Adolescents at the Serbsky National Medical Research Center on Psychiatry and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

12.00–12.15 Break

 

12.15-14.15       Symposium “EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICALLY COMPROMISED CHILDREN: UNDERSTANDING CLINICAL APPLICATIONS POST LURIA AND REITAN” (hall 4)

 

Chaired by:     

Professor Janna Glozman, Ph.D., D.Sc., President of International Society of Applied Neuropsychology (ISAN), Research Director of the Luria Research Center for Developmental Neuropsychology, Professor of the Psychology Department at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

HERITAGE OF REITAN AND LURIA TO THE 21ST CENTURY DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

Professor Quintino Aires Joaquim Maria, Founder and Director of the Vygotsky Institute, Doctor in Psycholinguistics with graduation on Clinical Psychology, Professor of Psychotherapy and Neuropsychology in Lisbon and São Paulo, and Clinical Psychologist and Neuropsychologist (Portugal)

POSSIBILITIES OF INTEGRATING QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE MEASURES TO NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT

Professor Janna Glozman, Psy.D, President of International Society of Applied Neuropsychology (ISAN), Research Director of the Luria Research Center for Developmental Neuropsychology, Professor of the Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

COMBINING LURIAN AND PSYCHOMETRIC METHODS IN EVALUATION OF EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS IN ADHD

Dr. Irina Shevchenko, PhD (Psychology), child neuropsychologist, specialist in neuropsychological diagnostics and remediation (Russia)

 

FORMATION OF HIGHER MENTAL FUNCTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS VIA SOCIAL INTERACTION

Professor Vitaly Rubtsov, Psy.D., President of the Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University, President of the Federation of Educational Psychologists of Russia (Russia)

Andrey Konokotin, psychologist of the Lomonosov Moscow High School # 1530 (Russia)

 

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE VASCULAR FACTOR IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPEECH DISORDERS IN CHILDREN

Dr. Marina Abramova, PhD (Medicine), Senior Researcher of the Sukhareva State research Center for Child Mental Health, Associate Professor of the Department of Ultrasound Diagnostics at the Pirogov Russian National Medical Research Center of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Russia)

 

14.15-15.00       Break

15.00–16.30      Symposium “EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICALLY COMPROMISED CHILDREN: UNDERSTANDING CLINICAL APPLICATIONS POST LURIA AND REITAN” (hall 4) (continued)

                         

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Janna Glozman, Ph.D., D.Sc., President of International Society of Applied Neuropsychology (ISAN), Research Director of the Luria Research Center for Developmental Neuropsychology, Professor of the Psychology Department at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

Dr. Darlyne G. Nemeth, Ph.D., M.P., M.P.A.P., Director NCLA, WCP's Co-Secretary General, Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the World Council for Psychotherapy (USA)

 

LAYING THE FRAMEWORK FOR DEVELOPING EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS IN TWEENS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES

Cody M. Capps, B.S., graduate of Louisiana State University (LSU) in 2020 with a major in psychology, serving a clinical & research externship at the Neuropsychology Center of Louisiana (USA)

Patricia A. McElroy, educational consultant with the Neuropsychology Center of Louisiana (USA)

Johnson Scott, a statistical and data analyst, a clinical and research assistant at the Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Health Clinic and the Neuropsychology Center of Louisiana (USA)

 

RALPH M. REITAN AND THE CLINICAL INTERPRETATION OF CHILD NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TEST DATA

Arthur MacNeill Horton, past president of ABN, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the Maryland Psychological Association, the author/editor of 17 books, 47 book chapters, and more than 130 journal articles, editor in chief of both APPLIED NEUROPSYCHOLOGY-ADULT and APPLIED NEUROPSYCHOLOGY-CHILD (USA)

 

THE ROLE OF THE FAMILY IN SPEECH REHABILITATION IN CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES

Professor Nataliya Karpova, Psy.D, PhD (Philosophy), leading researcher at the Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education (Russia)

Professor Elena Nikolaeva, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor of the Department of Psychology and Psychophysiology of the Herzen Child of the Russian State Pedagogical University (Россия)

WHEN MEDICATION MAY BE HELPFUL

Dr. John A. Flatt, M.D., pediatric neurologist, addressing a wide array of neurological conditions as well as psychological comorbidities or neuropsychiatric syndromes. The chief medical officer of the Jason Foundation, a not-for-profit organization founded by his family for the awareness and prevention of youth suicide (USA)

Dr. Darlyne G. Nemeth, Ph.D., M.P., M.P.A.P., Director NCLA, WCP's Co-Secretary General, Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the World Council for Psychotherapy, Founding Member of the Louisiana Academy of Medical Psychologists (USA)

 

16.30 – 16.45    Break

 

16.45–18.15      Symposium “EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICALLY COMPROMISED CHILDREN: UNDERSTANDING CLINICAL APPLICATIONS POST LURIA AND REITAN” (hall 4) (continued)

 

Chaired by:

Dr. Darlyne G. Nemeth, Ph.D., M.P., M.P.A.P., Director NCLA, WCP's Co-Secretary General, Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the World Council for Psychotherapy (USA)

 

Speakers:

 

EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS DEFINED

Dr. Darlyne G. Nemeth, Ph.D., M.P., M.P.A.P., Director NCLA, WCP's Co-Secretary General, Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the World Council for Psychotherapy (USA)

Olesia Palamar, B.A., clinical research assistant at the Neuropsychology Center of Louisiana (NCLA) (USA)

 

UNDERSTANDING HOT AND COLD EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Olesia Palamar, B.S., clinical research assistant at the Neuropsychology Center of Louisiana (NCLA) (USA)

Dr. Darlyne G. Nemeth, Ph.D., M.P., M.P.A.P., Director NCLA, WCP's Co-Secretary General, Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the World Council for Psychotherapy (USA)

 

EARLY INTERVENTION: UNDERSTANDING. CLINICAL APPLICATIONS POST LURIA AND REITAN

Professor Carla Anauate, Psychologist and Neuropsychologist, PHD in Clinical Psychology by the Pontificial Catholic University of São Paulo, BRAZIL, Director of CINAPSI - Centro Integrado de Neuropsicologia e Psicologia, Specialist in Rorschach Test, Neuropsychology, Psychotherapy and Domestic Violence, Professor of Neuropsychopedagogy at CENSUPEG University (Brazil)

Professor Edna Maria Severino Peters Kahhale, Ph.D., an associate professor, and the leader of the research group coordinator of LESSEX (Laboratory of Health and Sexuality Studies), linked to the Psychosomatic and Hospital Psychology Center of the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (Brazil)

ORGANIZATION OF LIFESTYLE AND CORRECTION OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM AS A WAY FOR STRENGTHENING OF MENTAL HEALTH

Professor Yulia Solovieva, Professor of the Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Tlaxala (Mexico)

 

16.30 – 16.45    Break

 

16.45–18.15      Symposium “EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICALLY COMPROMISED CHILDREN: UNDERSTANDING CLINICAL APPLICATIONS POST LURIA AND REITAN” (hall 4) (continued)

 

Chaired by:

Dr. Darlyne G. Nemeth, Ph.D., M.P., M.P.A.P., Director NCLA, WCP's Co-Secretary General, Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the World Council for Psychotherapy (USA)

 

Speakers:

 

EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS DEFINED

Dr. Darlyne G. Nemeth, Ph.D., M.P., M.P.A.P., Director NCLA, WCP's Co-Secretary General, Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the World Council for Psychotherapy (USA)

Kayla Mckenzie Chustz, B.S., graduater from Louisiana State University in 2018 with a major in psychology, serving a clinical externship under Darlyne G. Nemeth, Ph.D., M.P., at the Neuropsychology Center of Louisiana (USA)

 

UNDERSTANDING HOT AND COLD EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Kayla Mckenzie Chustz, B.S., graduater from Louisiana State University in 2018 with a major in psychology, serving a clinical externship under Darlyne G. Nemeth, Ph.D., M.P., at the Neuropsychology Center of Louisiana (USA)

Dr. Darlyne G. Nemeth, Ph.D., M.P., M.P.A.P., Director NCLA, WCP's Co-Secretary General, Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the National Academy of Neuropsychology, and the World Council for Psychotherapy (USA)

 

EARLY INTERVENTION: UNDERSTANDING. CLINICAL APPLICATIONS POST LURIA AND REITAN

Professor Carla Anauate, Psychologist and Neuropsychologist, PHD in Clinical Psychology by the Pontificial Catholic University of São Paulo, BRAZIL, Director of CINAPSI - Centro Integrado de Neuropsicologia e Psicologia, Specialist in Rorschach Test, Neuropsychology, Psychotherapy and Domestic Violence, Professor of Neuropsychopedagogy at CENSUPEG University (Brazil)

Professor Edna Maria Severino Peters Kahhale, Ph.D., an associate professor, and the leader of the research group coordinator of LESSEX (Laboratory of Health and Sexuality Studies), linked to the Psychosomatic and Hospital Psychology Center of the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (Brazil)

ORGANIZATION OF LIFESTYLE AND CORRECTION OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM AS A WAY FOR STRENGTHENING OF MENTAL HEALTH

Professor Yulia Solovieva, Professor of the Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Tlaxala (Mexico)

 

18.15 – 19.00    CLOSING CEREMONY. Presentation of the Declaration “CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING IN THE XXI CENTURY”.

 

 

 

9 October (Saturday)

Hall 5

 

10.00–18.15 FORUM OF THE VI ALL-RUSSIAN FESTIVAL OF REHABILITATION PROGRAMS FOR

PEOPLE WITH MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS

            The Festival of Rehabilitation Programs for People with Mental Health Conditions is an annual project of the Union for Mental Health aimed at improving the health and quality of life of people suffering from mental disorders through the development of the system of rehabilitation services, as well as community-based psychiatric care and social protection.

THE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF GIFTED CHILDREN

Hall 3

Goal: Discussion of integrated approaches to improving mental health outcomes in gifted children and adolescents

Objectives:

  • To set up a platform for sharing research, evidence-based practices and innovations for improving mental health outcomes in gifted children and adolescents.
  • To discuss best practice and resources to improve mental health outcomes in gifted children and adolescents.
  • To develop innovative and applicable approaches for improving mental health outcomes in gifted children and adolescents.

8 October (Friday)

13.00-15.00         Plenary Session “THE PERSONAL AND PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND BEHAVIORS OF GIFTED CHILDREN”

 

                          Co-Chaired by:

Professor Tracy Riley, PhD in gifted education, Professor of Education and the Dean of Research at Massey University, Secretary for the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, an elected Board member of giftEDnz, the Deputy Chair of the New Zealand Deans and Directors of Graduate Schools, a member of the Australian Council of Graduate Research (New Zealand)

Professor Diana Bogoyavlenskaya, Psy.D, Head of the Creative Diagnostics Laboratory at the Federal State Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Honorable   member of the Russian Academy of Education (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

RECOGNISING AND REALIZING POTENTIAL TO PROMOTE WELL-BEING IN GIFTED CHILDREN

Professor Tracy Riley, PhD in gifted education, Professor of Education and the Dean of Research at Massey University, Secretary for the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, an elected Board member of giftEDnz, the Deputy Chair of the New Zealand Deans and Directors of Graduate Schools, a member of the Australian Council of Graduate Research (New Zealand)

 

PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF GIFTEDNESS: PSYCHIATRIC AND PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACHES

Professor Diana Bogoyavlenskaya, Psy.D, Head of the Creative Diagnostics Laboratory at the Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education, Honorable   member of the Russian Academy of Education (Russia)

 

MENTAL HEALTH IN GIFTED CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL FOCUS ON MENTAL DISORDERS

Professor Fabian Guenole, MD, PhD, Professor of child and adolescent psychiatry of the University of Caen, France; Head of the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of the Caen University Hospital, France; member of the joint research unit UMR-1077 "Neuropsychology and imaging of human memory" at the National Institute of Health and Medical Research - Practical School of Higher Studies - Caen Normandy University (France)

 

SOME PROBLEMS OF PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT OF GIFTED CHILDREN AND YOUTH

Professor Akmaral Satova,      Doctor of Psychology, Professor and Head of the Department of General and Applied Psychology at the Abai Kazakh National University (Kazakhstan)

Arstan Satanov, Deputy Director of the Republican Scientific and Practical Center "Daryn", Academician of the "Academy of History and Social Sciences", Regional Expert of the World Bank in the field of education (Republic of Kazakhstan)

 

PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTATION OF PARENTS OF GIFTED CHILDREN

Professor Rano Sunnatova, Doctor of Psychology, Professor and Academician of the International Academy of Sciences of Pedagogical Education (Uzbekistan)

15.00-15.15         Break

 

15.15-17.15         Plenary Session “GIFTED CHILDREN IN EDUCATIONAL SETTING” 

 

Chaired by:

Professor Lyudmila Larionova, Psy.D, Professor of Department of Psychology at the Institute of Pedagogy and Educational Psychology at the State Moscow Pedagogical University (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (30 min.) followed by discussion

Keynote speeches:

           

MENTAL HEALTH OF GIFTED CHILDREN IN EDUCATIONAL SETTING

Professor Lyudmila Larionova, Psy.D, Professor of the Department of Psychology at the Institute of Pedagogy and Educational Psychology at the State Moscow Pedagogical University (Russia)

 

SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF INTELLECTUALLY GIFTED CHILDREN AS PREDICTORS FOR THEIR MENTAL HEALTH

Dr. Elena Tsheblanova, Psy.D, Head of the Laboratory for Psychology of Giftedness at the Federal State Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education (Russia)

 

WHAT PROBLEMS INTELLECTUALLY GIFTED ADOLESCENTS FACE IN FAMILY AND AT SCHOOL

Professor Natalia Shumakova, Psy.D, senior researcher of the Federal State Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education (Russia)

THE HELP FOR GIFTED CHILDREN IN DIFFICULT LIFE SITUATIONS

Professor Victor Panov, Psy.D, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Head of the Laboratory at the Federal State Psychological Institute of the Russian Academy of Education (Russia)

GIFTEDNESS AND TEMPORALITY: A CULTURAL AND DIALOGICAL META-PERSPECTIVE

Professor Vladimir Yanchuk, Psy.D, Honorable Specialist in Education of the  Belarus Republic, Dean of the Faculty on Professional Development of the specialists in education at the Academy of Post-Diploma Education  (Belarus Republic)

17.15-17.30         Break

           

17.30-19.30         Plenary Session “CONTEMPORARY CONCEPTS OF GIFTEDNESS: INTELLECTUAL, CREATIVE, CULTURAL, SOCIAL AND PHYSICAL DOMAINS”

 

Co-Chaired by:

Dr. Maria Karaivanova, Doctor in Pedagogy of the Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts (Bulgaria)

Professor Alexandre Savenkov, Doctor in Pedagogy, Psy.D, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Director of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology at the State Moscow Pedagogical University (Russia)  

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion

Keynote speeches:

 

CHILD GIFTEDNESS: NON-COGNITIVE FACTORS OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMNETS AND WELL-BEING

Professor Alexandre Savenkov, Doctor in Pedagogy, Psy.D, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Director of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology at the State Moscow Pedagogical University (Russia) 

 

THE WAYS OF COPING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL DISCOMFORT IN EDUCATIONAL SETTING FOR FUTURE MUSICIANS AND ARTISTS

Dr. Maria Karaivanova, Doctor in Pedagogy of the Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts (Bulgaria)

 

PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN MATHEMATICALLY GIFTED CHILDREN

Dr. Olga Menshikova, Assistant Professor of the Department “Stock Markets and Financial Engineering” at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow Institute of Physics and Mathematics, School of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, High School of Corporative Management (Russia)

 

PREDICTING THE RISK OF PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT DISHARMONIES AS A FACTOR IN MAINTAINING THE MENTAL HEALTH OF GIFTED YOUNG ATHLETES

Professor Galina Gorskaya, Psy.D, Professor of the Federal State Kuban State University of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism (Russia)

 

PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT OF SPORTS GIFTED CHILDREN AS A MEANS OF PREVENTION OF NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF EARLY SPECIALIZATION (PROFESSIONALIZATION)

Dr. Elena Khvatskaya, PhD (Psychology), Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Psychology at the Lesgaft State University, St. Petersburg (Russia)

THE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN IN DIFFICULT LIFE SITUATIONS

Goal: Discussion of integrated approaches to improve mental health outcomes in children and adolescents in difficult life situations

Objectives:

  • To set up a platform for sharing research, evidence-based practices, and innovations for improving mental health outcomes in children and adolescents in difficult life situations.
  • To discuss best practice and resources to improve mental health outcomes in children and adolescents in difficult life situations.
  • To develop innovative and applicable approaches for improving mental health outcomes in children and adolescents in difficult life situations.

8 October (Friday)

13.00-15.00       Plenary Session “MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN FROM FAMILIES WHO ARE REFUGEES, IDPs AND MIGRANTS”

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Helen Herrman, MD, MBBS, BMedSc, FRANZCP, FFPH, FAFPHM, Past President of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA), Professor of Psychiatry at the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, and the Centre for Youth Mental Health at the University of Melbourne, Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Mental Health, Melbourne, Strategic Advisor, Orygen Global (Australia)

 

Professor Vincenzo Di Nicola, MPhil, MD, DipPsych, PhD, FRCPC, DFAPA, FCPA, FCAHS, President, Canadian Association of Social Psychiatry (CASP) and President-Elect, World Association of Social Psychiatry (WASP); Professor of Psychiatry, University of Montreal, and the Montreal University Institute of Mental Health (Canada) and The George Washington University (USA)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

IMPROVING THE MENTAL HEALTH OF MARGINALISED CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN OUT-OF-HOME CARE

Professor Helen Herrman, MD, President of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA), Professor of Psychiatry at the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, and the Centre for Youth Mental Health at The University of Melbourne, Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre in Mental Health, Melbourne (Australia)

 

ACCESS TO CARE FOR DISPLACED PERSONS, MIGRANTS & REFUGEES: EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES

Professor Marianne C. Kastrup, Past Treasurer of the World Association of Social Psychiatry, Past Immediate Head of the National Centre for Transcultural Psychiatry (Denmark)

 

FAMILY MATTERS: THE FAMILY AS A RESOURCE FOR THE MENTAL, SOCIAL, AND RELATIONAL WELL-BEING OF YOUTH MIGRANTS, ASYLUM SEEKERS, AND OTHER DISPLACED POPULATIONS
Professor Vincenzo Di Nicola, MPhil, MD, DipPsych, PhD, FRCPC, DFAPA, FCPA, FCAHS, President, Canadian Association of Social Psychiatry (CASP) and President-Elect, World Association of Social Psychiatry (WASP); Professor of Psychiatry, University of Montreal, and the Montreal University Institute of Mental Health (Canada) and The George Washington University (USA)

 

DISPO-TEENS: OUTPATIENT TREATMENT FOR ADOLESCENTS WHO ABUSE SUBSTANCES

Dr. Rafael Groisman, psychiatry specialist, psychoanalyst, DBT and ACT therapist, Magister in Psychoneuropharmacology, Member of the Dispositivo Pavlovsky (Pavlovsky Device), and a member of the team of Supervisors of this institution (Argentina)

Lic. Tamara Kritzer, child and adolescent clinical psychologist, member of the Dispositivo Pavlovsky, coordinator of Dispo Teens (Argentina)

 

DIFFICULTIES OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN IMMIGRATION: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO THERAPY AND PREVENTION

Dr. Natalia Spokoinaya, Director of IIS-Berlin (Germany)

 

HOMELESSNESS OF INDIAN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH PSYCHIC ILLNESSES

Vishal Lohchab, Scientific Assistant of the International Centre Of Psychology and Psychotherapy (ICCPP) (India)

 

15.00-15.15       Break

           

15.15-17.15       Plenary Session “MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN AFFECTED BY ARMED AND TRANSNATIONAL CONFLICTS”

           

Chaired by:

Professor Zurab Kekelidze, Chief Psychiatrist of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Director General of the Serbsky Federal Medical Research Center for Psychiatry and Narcology (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

TBC

Professor Zurab Kekelidze, MD, Chief Psychiatrist of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Director General of the Serbsky Federal Medical Research Center for Psychiatry and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)

 

PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC CARE FOR CHILDREN VICTIMS AT SCHOOLS

Professor Lev Perezhogin, MD, pediatric psychiatrist, psychotherapist, Head of the Department of Social Psychiatry of Children and Adolescents at the Serbsky Federal Medical Research Center for Psychiatry and Narcology, Ministry of Health of Russian Federation (Russia)

 

MENTAL DISORDERS IN CHILDREN RETURNED FROM WAR ZONES

Dr. Natalia Zakharova, PhD (Medical Sciences), Head of the Department of Emergency Psychiatry and Emergency Care of the Serbsky National Research Medical Center of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

THE MAIN DIRECTIONS OF MEDICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION OF CHILDREN RETURNED FROM WAR ZONES

Dr. Alla Milekhina, PhD (Medical Sciences), Senior Researcher of the Department of Speech Pathology and Neurorehabilitation of the FSBI "NMITS PN named after V. P. Serbsky" of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

RESILIENCE AND FORGIVENESS OF AN ADOLESCENT SURVIVOR OF HIROSHIMA, AND WHAT MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS CAN LEARN FROM IT FOR SERVING POST-DISASTER CHILDREN AND YOUTHS

Dr. Akiko Mikamo, President of the US-Japan Psychological Services in San Diego, California (Japan and USA)

 

PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS AFFECTED BY A LONG-TERM EMERGENCY IN THE CHECHEN REPUBLIC

Professor Kyuri Idrisov, MD, Chief Psychiatrist of the Ministry of Health of the Chechen Republic, Professor of the Federal Chechen State University (Russia)

 

17.15-17.30       Break

                       

17.30-19.30      Panel Session “MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN AFFECTED BY ENVIRONMENTAL, TECHNOLOGICAL, AND NATURAL DISASTERS IN HUMANITARIAN CRISES

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Yulia Shoigu, PhD in Psychology, Director of the Emergency Center for Psychological Assistance of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation, Vice-President of the Russian Psychological Society, Head of the Department on Extreme Psychology of the Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

Dr. Judy Kuriansky, PhD in Psychology, Chair of the Psychology Coalition of NGOs and the main representative of the World Council of Psychotherapy and the International Association of Applied Psychology at the United Nations, Professor of the Columbia University Teachers College and Visiting Professor at Peking University Health Science Center in China (USA)

 

Introduction by co-chairs

 

Keynote speeches

 

PROVIDING EMERGENCY PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSISTANCE IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS AS A FACTOR IN MAINTAINING THE MENTAL HEALTH OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Professor Yulia Shoigu, PhD in Psychology, Director of the Emergency Center for Psychological Assistance of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation, Vice-President of the Russian Psychological Society, Head of the Department on Extreme Psychology of the Faculty of Psychology at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia)

 

HELPING CHILDREN COPE WITH NATURAL DISASTERS AND EPIDEMICS: TECHNIQUES FOR PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT AND RESILIENCE-BUILDING, POLICIES AND PROGRAMS WITH CASES EXAMPLES OF EARTHQUAKES AND COVID-19

Dr. Judy Kuriansky, PhD in Psychology, Chair of the Psychology Coalition of NGOs and the main representative of the World Council of Psychotherapy and the International Association of Applied Psychology at the United Nations, clinical psychologist on the adjunct faculty at Columbia University Teachers College and Visiting Professor at Peking University Health Science Center in China (USA)

 

Programmes in the Field - Worldwide Interventions

 

Panelists:

 

PSYCOSOCIAL SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN IN COVID-19: THE CASE OF NEPAL

Dr. Kamal Gautham, Nepal Transcultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO NEPAL)

 

ADDRESSING MENTAL WELLNESS CHALLENGES FOR HAITIAN CHILDREN IN A TRAUMATIZED COUNTRY

Father Wismick Jean-Charles, Haitian priest who launched a Center for Mental Health in Haiti to deal with post-trauma from the earthquakes and floods (Republic of Haiti)

 

A SUNBURNT COUNTRY: DISCUSSION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN AUSTRALIA IN THE LIGHT OF A SEASON OF CATASTROPHIC BUSHFIRES

Dr. Anthony Korner, Director of the Westmead Psychotherapy Program of the Master of Medicine and Master of Science in Medicine (Trauma-Informed Psychotherapy) Programs at the University of Sydney (Australia)

 

THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN IN AFGANISTAN

Dr. Wais Aria, Executive Director, Tabish Organization, Psychosocial support program (Afghanistan)

 

ADDRESSING THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH

Donald F. Nemeth, Ph.D. (Technical Sciences), environmental geologist (USA)

 

9 October (Saturday)

Hall 8

 

10.00-12.00       Plenary Session “PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR JUVENILE OFFENDERS” (hall 4)

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Roy Abraham Kallivayalil, MD, Past Immediate President of the World Association of Social Psychiatry (WASP), Vice-Principal, Professor and Head at Department of Psychiatry at Pushpagiri Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre (Tiruvalla, Kerala) (India)

Dr. Fyedor Ushkov, PhD in Psychhology, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Extreme Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Head of the Working group on the prevention of deviant behavior of minors, prevention of crimes against minors and protection of the rights of children - victims of crime, observance of the rights of children in conflict with the law of the of the Public Council under the Presidential Commissioner for Children's Rights (Russia)  

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

Keynote speeches:

 

ALCOHOL AND SOCIETY: CULTURAL INFLUENCES IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE AND CHANGING PERSPECTIVES

Professor Roy Abraham Kallivayalil, MD, Past Immediate President of the World Association of Social Psychiatry (WASP), Secretary General of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA), Vice-Principal, Professor and Head at Department of Psychiatry at Pushpagiri Institute of Medical Sciences (Tiruvalla, Kerala) (India)

 

DEVIANT TEENAGERS:  IDEAS ABOUT IDEAL PARENTS AND THEIR LIFE

Professor Natalia Belopolskaya, PsyD, Head of the Department on Clinical Psychology at the Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis, Professor of the Russian Medical Academy on Continuing Professional Education of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

NEUROTIC DISORDERS IN ADOLESCENTS WHO HAVE COMMITTED ILLEGAL ACTIONS

Maria Pasyutina, Head of the Department "Helpline" of the State Regional Clinical Psychiatric Hospital named after V. H. Kandinsky", Chita (Russia) (Russia)

Alexandre Sakharov, MD, Assistant Professor of the Department of Psychiatry, Narcology and Medical Psychology at the Federal State Medical Academy of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

Olga Stupina, MD, Chief Doctor of the Kandinsky State Psychiatric Hospital, Professor of the Department of Psychiatry, Narcology and Medical Psychology at the Federal State Medical Academy of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

THE IMPORTANCE OF HOLISTIC STORIES AND COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN AUTHORITIES IN PREVENTING AND BREAKING EXCLUSION/ YOUTH DELINQUENCY

Julia Saarholm, Director of the national and non-political organization Aseman Children's Association (Aseman Lapset) in Helsinki (Finland)

Jouko Heikki, Development manager of the national and non-political organization Aseman Children's Association (Aseman Lapset) in Helsinki (Finland)

 

SOURCES OF SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT FOR JUVENILE OFFENDERS

Dr. Fyedor Ushkov, PhD in Psychhology, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Extreme Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Head of the Working group on the prevention of deviant behavior of minors, prevention of crimes against minors and protection of the rights of children - victims of crime, observance of the rights of children in conflict with the law of the of the Public Council under the Presidential Commissioner for Children's Rights (Russia)  

 

PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL BASES FOR CHILD HOMES IN CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS

Professor Mikhail Debolsky, PhD in Psychology, Professor of the Faculty of the Law Psychology at the Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University, Vice-President of the Society of Psychologists  at the power structures, member of the Coordinating Council on Social, Psychological and Educational Assistance for Youth Offenders at the Federal Penitentiary Service of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

MENTAL DEVELOPMENT OF MINORS WITH PERSONAL IMMATURITY WHO COMMITTED SOCIALLY DANGEROUS ACTS

Dr. Anastasiya Fedonkina, PhD in Psychology, researcher of the Serbsky Federal Medical Research Center for Psychiatry and Narcology (Russia)

 

JUVENILE DELINQUENTS: MENTAL REASONS AND SOLUTIONS. THE TOICHEV-EINSTEIN PRINCIPLE OF RELATIVITY OF BEHAVIOR

Galina Sobol, specialist in consciousness, behavior and heredity, author and presenter of educational programs, head of projects for cooperation with schools of LLC "Institute of the IDEAL method of Toys", founder of the international educational project "IAM"

Tatyana Toich, Founder and Director of the Toich Ideal Method Institute LLC, Founder and President of the Light of Mercy and Love Charitable Foundation.

 

12.00-12.15       Break

 

12.15-14.15       Plenary Session “MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN WITHOUT PARENTAL CARE

 

Co-Chaired by:

Dr. Marina Gordeeva, PhD (Economics), Chair of the Board of the Foundation to Support Children in Difficult Life Situations (Russia)

Professor Galina Semiya, PsyD, Professor of the Department of Psychological Anthropology at the Institute of Childhood of the Moscow Pedagogical State University (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

FAMILY FOR CHILD: PRESERVATION AND RESTORATION

Dr. Marina Gordeeva, PhD (Economics), Chair of the Board of the Foundation to Support Children in Difficult Life Situations (Russia)

 

SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN LEFT WITHOUT PARENTAL CARE

Professor Galina Semiya, PsyD, Professor of the Department of Psychological Anthropology at the Institute of Childhood of the Moscow Pedagogical State University (Russia)

 

SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL READINESS OF FOSTER PARENTS

Dr. Aigul Aldasheva, PsyD, leading researcher of the Institute of Psychology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)

Dr. Olga Sivash, Doctor of Psychology, Leading Researcher at the Institute of Psychology of the Russian Academy of Sciences

           

USING A CLIENT CENTERED APPROACH TO TRAIN AND SUPPORT POTENTIAL PARENTS

Tatiana Dorofeeva, Head of the Support Service at the Charitable Foundation “Children are Waiting” in St. Petersburg (Russia)

 

PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL ASSISTANCE TO CHILDREN WITH SEVERE SOMATIC DISEASES WHO FOUND THEMSELVES WITHOUT PARENTAL CARE: RESULTS OF THE 30-YEAR WORK OF THE FOUNDATION

Lina Saltykova, President of the Charitable Foundation “Children msk.ru”

Professor Victor Zaretsky, PhD (Psychology), Professor of the Department on Individual and Group Psychotherapy at the Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University (Russia)

Dina Nikina, volunteer of the Charitable Foundation “Children msk.ru”

Natalia Shumilkina, artistic director and teacher of the Inclusive Theater "Our Balaganchik" of the Charitable Foundation “Children msk.ru” (Russia)

 

ASSESSMENT OF CHILD MALADJUSTMENT IN THE CONDITIONS OF PARENTS ' DIVORCE

Dr. Natalia Lysenko, PhD (Psychology), researcher of the Laboratory on Mental Hygiene and Psychoprophylaxis at the Serbsky Federal Medical Research Center for Psychiatry and Narcology (Russia)

 

14.15-15.00 Break

 

15.00-16.30 Symposium "HELPLINE FOR CHILDREN: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSISTANCE TO CHILDREN IN CRISIS SITUATIONS”.

Organized by the Foundation to Support Children in Difficult Life Situations (hall 8)

 

Chair:

Dr. Marina Gordeeva, PhD (Economics), Chairman of the Board of the Foundation for Support of Children in Difficult Life Situations (Russia)

 

THE ROLE OF THE HELPLINE IN THE SYSTEM OF PREVENTION OF SUICIDAL BEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Anna Ermolaeva, Head of the Children's Helpline Service, Scientific and Practical Center for Emergency Psychological Aid, Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University (Russia)

 

CALLS CONTAINING INFORMATION ABOUT CHILD ABUSE: ALGORITHMS FOR THE WORK OF A PSYCHOLOGIST

Anna Salmanova, Deputy Director of the State Republican Resource Center "Family" of the Republic of Bashkortostan (Russia)

 

THE GAME AS A COMPONENT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING OF CHILDREN ON THE PHONE

Pavel Petrov, specialist-expert, psychologist-consultant of the State Karelian Resource Center for the Development of Social Technologies of the Karelian Republic (Russia)

 

REMOTE PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSISTANCE TO A CHILD EXPERIENCING THE LOSS OF A LOVED ONE

Natalia Belaya, Head of the Department of Counseling and Psychological Assistance by Phone at the State Regional Methodological Center of the Krasnodar Krai (Russia)

 

HOW TO SET UP A CHILDREN'S HELPLINE SERVICE TO PROVIDE HIGH-QUALITY PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSISTANCE TO CHILDREN AND PARENTS AFFECTED BY SCHOOL BULLYING

Vera Kozharskaya, General Director, Head of the Service of the Regional Children's Helpline "Change Plus", General Director of the NGO "Institute of Social Services and Innovations "VECTOR" of the Perm Region (Russia)

Selishcheva Alina Nikolaevna, Senior supervisor-methodologist of the Service of the Regional Children's Helpline "Change Plus", Director of the Educational and Methodological Center of the NGO " Institute of Social Services and Innovations "VECTOR" of the Perm Region (Russia)

 

16.30-16.45 Break

 

16.45- 18.15 Symposium “LIVING AND ADAPTING IN AGE OF THE CORONAVIRUS”.

           

Moderated by:

Dr. Natalia Treushnikova, President of the Union for Mental Health (Russia)

 

Speakers:

 

ALL-RUSSIAN INTERNET SURVEY OF MEDICAL WORKERS REGARDING THEIR MENTAL HEALTH DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Professor Vladimir Borodin, MD, Professor of the Methodological Department and member of the Problem Council for Clinical and Social Psychiatry of the Federal State Serbsky Medical Center of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, a psychiatrist of the highest category, Vice-President of the Union for Mental Health (Russia)

 

RESULTS OF THE ALL-RUSSIAN ONLINE SURVEY OF STUDENTS OF GRADES 8-10 OF EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION "THE IMPACT OF THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE SELF-ISOLATION REGIME ON THE MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING OF ADOLESCENTS"

Dr. Olga Pazyna, PhD (Economics), Vice-President of the Union for Mental Health (Russia)

 

18.15 – 19.00                  Closing Ceremony

Delivery of the Declaration “Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Well-Being in the XXI Century”

 

9 October (Saturday)

Hall 7

 

12.15–14.15      Plenary Session: PREVENTION AND SOCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT OF CHILDHOOD: EVIDENCE ISSUES OF CARE PRACTICES

 

Co-Chaired by: 

Dr. Ben Furman, Co-Director of the Institute for Brief Therapy in Helsinki, psychotherapist (Finland)

Dr. Rimma Chirkina, PhD (Psychology), Head of the Department of Legal Psychology and Law, Faculty of Legal Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

Keynote speeches:

 

EVIDENCE APPROACH TO EVALUATION OF METHODS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CARE FOR CHILDREN IN SITUATIONS OF SOCIAL RISK

Dr. Ben Furman, Co-Director of the Institute for Brief Therapy in Helsinki, psychotherapist (Finland)

Dr. Rimma Chirkina, PhD (Psychology), Head of the Department of Legal Psychology and Law, Faculty of Legal Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education (Russia)

 

RISK, VULNERABILITY AND RESOURCES: TECHNOLOGIES FOR PREVENTING DEVIANT BEHAVIOR

Dr. Natalya Bogdanovich, PhD (Psychology), Associate Professor of the Department of Legal Psychology and Law, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education (Russia)

Dr. Varvara Delibalt, Associate Professor of the Department of Legal Psychology and Law, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education (Russia)

 

SOCIAL OSTRACISM: THE PATH TO ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND RADICALIZATION OF MINORS

Ekaterina Boykina, coordinator of the research program "Ecosystem of Childhood", Federation of Educational Psychologists of Russia

 

CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH IN THE CONTEXT OF THE PROBLEM OF REFUSING TO ATTEND SCHOOL

Dr. Olga Sokolova, Head of the Clinic of Social Psychiatry and Psychotherapy for Children, Adolescents and Families, Dusseldorf (Germany)

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: FACTORS OF AGGRESSION OF CHILDREN AGAINST PARENTS

Dr. Jose Abdon Palma Duran, University of Alicante (Spain)

Dr. Raul Ruiz-Callado, University of Alicante (Spain)

 

MINORS IN CONFLICT WITH THE LAW: IS LIABILITY POSSIBLE WITHOUT STIGMATIZATION

Dr. Lyudmila Karnozova, PhD (Psychology), Associate Professor of the Department of Public Law Disciplines of the National Research University Higher School of Economics, Associate Professor of the Department of Legal Psychology and Law of the Moscow State Pedagogical University (Russia)

 

CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS ARE VICTIMS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND INTERNET ABUSE

Dr. Elena Nutskova, PhD (Psychology), the Serbsky National Medical Research Center for Psychiatry and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of Russia (Russia)

 

MODERN TECHNOLOGIES AND METHODS OF PREVENTIVE SOCIAL AND PEDAGOGICAL WORK WITH YOUTH ON THE INTERNET

Sergey Aruin, Head of the Recognition-Trust-Perspective Union (Akzeptanz, Vertrauen, Perspektive —AVP e.V.), Dusseldorf (Germany).

The Impact of Sports on the Mental Health and Well-Being of Children and Adolescents

Hall 5

 

Goal: Discussion of modern sports technologies and their impact on the child and adolescent mental health.

 

Objectives:

  • Exchange of experience on improving the influence of physical culture and sports on the child and adolescent mental health.
  • Presentation of the best practices in the use of adaptive sports and physical activity for the rehabilitation of children and adolescents with mental disabilities.
  • Preparation of recommendations for improving the sports technologies for the mental health of children and adolescents, including children with disabilities and students with disabilities.

8 October (Friday)

13.00-15.00       Plenary session: IMPACT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SPORT ON MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Thomas Wenzel, Head of the Exercise, Psychiatry and Sports Chair at the Department of Psychiatry of the Medical University of Vienna (Austria)

Professor Sergey Evseev, Doctor of Education, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, President of the Russian Sports Federation of Persons with Intellectual Impairment, Vice-President of the Russian Paralympic Committee, Russian Sports Federation of Persons with Intellectual Impairment, Saint-Petersburg Lesgaft National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health, Saint-Petersburg (Russia)

 

            Opening report:

SPORT AND MENTAL HEALTH AN OVERVIEW

Professor Thomas Wenzel, Head of the Exercise, Psychiatry and Sports Chair at the Department of Psychiatry of the Medical University of Vienna (Austria)

 

Keynote speeches:

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF COMPANIES IN PROMOTING SPORTS AND ITS IMPACT ON THE MENTAL HEALTH OF YOUNG PEOPLE

Dr. Alexandra Glazkova, PhD (Economics), Director for Organizational Development and Communications of URALCHEM JSC (Russia)

 

DYNAMICS OF LEVEL OF ADOLESCENTS’ CLAIMS BY SCALES “HEALTH” AND “SELF-CONFIDENCE” IN THE PROCESS OF FITNESS-SWIMMING TRAINING

Dr. Natalia Shumova, PhD (Psychology), Associate Professor of the Russian State University of Physical Education, Sport, Youth and Tourism, Moscow (Russia)

PLACE OF CONSTRUCTIVE PHYSICAL CULTURE IN THE EDUCATION OF MENTALLY AND PHYSICALLY HEALTHY YOUTH

Dr. Vasily Volkov, PhD (Medical Sciences), Associate Professor of the Voronezh State Institute of Physical Culture, Voronezh (Russia)

 

MENTAL HEALTH AND SUCCESS IN JUNIOR SPORTS

Alexandra Banayan, Saint-Petersburg State Research Institute for Physical Culture, Saint-Petersburg (Russia)

 

REVISITING PSYCHOLOGICAL DIFFICULTIES OF YOUNG ATHLETES: ELEMENTS OF REGULATION AND PRE-COMPETITIVE PREVENTION

Dr. Leonid Vinokurov, PhD (Psychology), Associate Professor of the Saint-Petersburg Scientific-Research Institute for Physical Culture, College of Tourism and Hotel Service of St. Petersburg, Saint-Petersburg (Russia)

 

THE LEVEL OF PSYCHOMOTORIC DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN AT THE PRESENT STAGE

Dr. Denis Shadrin, PhD (Education), Associate Professor of the Department of "Sports Medicine and Health Technologies" at the Lesgaft National State University

Dr. Nadezhda Samoilo, Doctor of Physical Therapy, St. Petersburg State Medical Institution "City Polyclinic No. 30”, Children's Polyclinic Department No. 14

Natalia Rakina, instructor-methodist, Saint-Petersburg Lesgaft National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health, City Polyclinic No 30, Children’s Polyclinic Department No 14, Saint-Petersburg (Russia)

 

THE IMPACT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON THE PSYCHО-EMОTIОNAL WELL-BEING ОF TROUBLED ADОLESCENTS

Vorobev S. A., Director, PhD (Education), Associate Professor, Gavrilоva M. P., Research Assistant, Saint-Petersburg State Research Institute for Physical Culture, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

 

15.00-15.15       Break

                       

15.15-17.15       Plenary Session “ADAPTIVE SPORTS FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS”

 

Co-Chaired by:

Mr. Marc Truffaut, INAS President, FFSA President (UK)

Professor Sergey Evseev, Doctor of Education, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, President of the Russian Sports Federation of Persons with Intellectual Impairment, Vice-President of the Russian Paralympic Committee, Russian Sports Federation of Persons with Intellectual Impairment, Saint-Petersburg Lesgaft National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health, Saint-Petersburg (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (10 min.) followed by discussion

 

Докладчики:  

INAS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF LIN SPORTS IN THE WORLD

Marc Truffaut, INAS President, FFSA President (UK)

 

STATE AND PROSPECTS OF ADAPTIVE SPORTS DEVELOPMENT IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Professor Sergey Evseev, Doctor of Education, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, President of the Russian Sports Federation of Persons with Intellectual Impairment, Vice-President of the Russian Paralympic Committee, Russian Sports Federation of Persons with Intellectual Impairment, Lesgaft National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

 

ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL CULTURE AND ADAPTIVE SPORT AS THE BASIS FOR MENTAL STABILITY OF CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS WITH INTELLECTUAL IMPAIRMENT

Tatiana Olkhovaya, General Manager of Russian Sport Federation of Persons with Intellectual Impairment, Chief Coach of Russian National ID Team, INAS-Europe Vice-President, USSR Master of Sport in swimming, Russian Sport Federation of Persons with Intellectual Impairment, Moscow, Russian Federation

 

SOCIAL REHABILITATION OF PERSONS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES BY ADAPTIVE SAILING METHODS: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS

Dr. Vladimir Kulikov, PhD (Technical Sciences), Associate Professor of the Lesgaft National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

Dr. Natalia Skok, PhD (Sociology), Associate Professor of the Lesgaft National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

 

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PSYCHOPHYSICAL CAPABILITIES OF PEOPLE WITH ASD, INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES AND DOWN SYNDROME

Dr. Sergey Vorobev, PhD (Education), Associate Professor, Director of the Saint-Petersburg State Scientific and Research Institute of Physical Culture

Professor Evegenia Naboichenko, Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Saint-Petersburg State Scientific and Research Institute of Physical Culture, Saint-Petersburg, the Ural State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation

 

17.15 – 17.30    Break

                       

17.30-19.30       Plenary Session “ADAPTIVE SPORTS FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS” (continued)

 

                        PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE PROCESS OF PREPARING A SPORTS RESERVE IN PARALYMPIC SPORTS

Professor Sergey Evseev, Doctor of Education, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, President of the Russian Sports Federation of Persons with Intellectual Impairment, Vice-President of the Russian Paralympic Committee, Russian Sports Federation of Persons with Intellectual Impairment, Lesgaft National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

Professor Olga Evseeva, Director of the Institute of Adaptive Physical Culture, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor of the Lesgaft National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

 

THE COACH-ATHLETE RELATIONSHIP AND ITS EFFECT ON THE ATHLETES WITH MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURIES

Dr. Tatiana Vetvitskaya, PhD (Psychology), Head of the Psychological Service of the School No. 616 of the Admiralteysky district of St. Petersburg, Habilitation Center with individual forms of training "Dynamics" (Russia)

 

THE ROLE OF THE FAMILY IN THE ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR PRESCHOOLERS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES

Dr. Alexey Shelekhov, PhD (Education), Lesgaft National State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Health, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

 

USING THE RELAXED STRETCHING METHOD FOR PRESCHOOLERS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES

Dr. Elina Bulanova, PhD (Psychology), Senior Lecturer of the Tver State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Tver, Russian Federation

The Impact of Culture and Art on the Mental Health and Well-Being of Children and Adolescents

Hall 6

Goal: Discussion of integrated approaches to improve mental health outcomes for children and adolescents through the arts and cultural participation

Objectives:

  • To set up a platform for sharing research, evidence-based practices and innovations to support the arts and cultural participation as a tool to improve mental health outcomes in children and adolescents.
  • To discuss best practice and resources to support the arts and cultural participation as tools to improve mental health outcomes for children and adolescents.
  • To develop innovative and applicable approaches improving mental health outcomes for children and adolescents through the arts and cultural participation.

8 October (Friday)

13.00-15.00       Plenary Session “THE ARTS AND CULTURAL PARTICIPATION AS A TOOL TO IMPROVE MENTAL HEALTH OUTCOMES IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS”

 

Chaired by:

Dr. Andrei Gelasimov, PhD in Philology, independent writer, Assistant Professor at the Department of Literary Excellence of the Federal State Gorky Literary Institute (Russia)

 

Opening report followed by discussion:

 

MODERN CIVILIZATION: WILL NEURAL AND SOCIAL NETWORKS WITHSTAND?

Tatiana Chernigovskaya, PhD in Physiology and Theory of Language, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Education, Honored Worker of Higher Education and Honored Worker of Science of the Russian Federation, Professor of the Department of General Linguistics at the St. Petersburg State University, Head of the Laboratory of Cognitive Studies and the Department of Problems of Convergence of Natural and Human Sciences of the St. Petersburg State University (Russia)

 

Keynote speeches:      Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion.

 

THE ROLE OF READING IN PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF ADOLESCENTS

Andrei Gelasimov, PhD in Philology, independent writer, Assistant Professor at the Department of Literary Excellence of the Federal State Gorky Literary Institute (Russia)

 

HOW CHILDREN LISTEN TO POPULAR MUSIC IN THE XXI CENTURY

Boris Barabanov, journalist, music reviewer for the newspaper “Kommersant”, radio presenter and producer (Russia)

 

ANIMATION AS A NEW EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Galina Svechkopalova, Head of the Department of Educational Programs at the Federal State Enterprise “SOYUZMULTFILM” (Russia)

 

INCLUSIVE PROJECTS OF THE STATE HERMITAGE MUSEUM

Ilya Ermolaev, Assistant to the General Director of the State Hermitage Museum (Saint Petersburg, Russia)

 

THE RELATIONSHIP OF READING PREFERENCES AND VALUE ORIENTATIONS OF YOUNG PEOPLE

Dr. Ekaterina Ogareva, PhD (Psychology), Director of educational programs "Psychology", "Personnel Management", Associate Professor of the Department of Social Technologies at the Northwestern Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, expert of the World Club of Petersburgers, member of the Union of Writers of Russia, member of the Executive Committee of the Council of Young Writers of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)

 

15.00-15.15       Break

                       

15.15-17.15       Plenary Session “THE ARTS AND CULTURAL PARTICIPATION AS A TOOL TO IMPROVE MENTAL HEALTH OUTCOMES IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS” (continued)

           

Keynote speeches:      Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion.

 

the arts for improvement of mental health in children and adolescents

Alexander Kopytin, MD, Professor of the Department of Psychology at the Russian State St. Petersburg Academy of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education, Associate Professor of the Department of Psychotherapy and Sexology at the North-Western State Mechnikov Medical University, Chairman of the National Association for the Development of Art Therapy Science and Practice "Art Therapy Association" (Russia)

 

INCLUSION: CREATIVE AND EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN THE PUSHKIN STATE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

Evgeniya Kiselyeva, PhD in Cultural Sciences, Head of the Department of Inclusive programs at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (Russia)

 

FM CHILDREN'S RADIO: NATIONAL BROADCASTING NETWORK FOR CHILDREN

Elena Tishchenko, brand manager of the radio station "FM CHILDREN'S RADIO"(Russia)

 

THE USE OF MINDFULNESS PRACTICES AND OTHER HUMANITARIAN TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROFESSIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION AND PRESERVATION OF MENTAL HEALTH OF ADOLESCENTS

Timur Zhabbarov, CEO and co-founder of Smart Course, Concept Director, author, and presenter of developmental and educational programs for teenagers, coaches and teachers working with teenagers (Russia)

 

THEATRE AND MENTAL HEALTH OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Professor Alexandre A. J. Buysse, PhD, Full Professor, developmental psychology, at the Faculty of Educational Sciences of Laval University (Quebec City, Canada)

Andrei Afonin, Art Director and producer of the Inclusive Theatre “Krug II”, Chair of the Board of the non-for-profit organization «Equal Opportunities» (Russia)

 

PSYCHOSOCIAL PATHOMORPHOSIS

Professor Valery Krasnov, MD, Professor and Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Continuing Professional Education, Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Ministry of Health of Russia, Moscow (Russia)

 

17.15.-17.30 Break

 

17.30-19.30       Plenary Session “THE ARTS AND CULTURAL PARTICIPATION AS A TOOL TO IMPROVE MENTAL HEALTH OUTCOMES IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS” (continued)

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Alexander Kopytin, MD, Professor of the Department of Psychology at the Russian State St. Petersburg Academy of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education, Associate Professor of the Department of Psychotherapy and Sexology at the North-Western State Mechnikov Medical University, Chairman of the National Association for the Development of Art Therapy Science and Practice "Art Therapy Association" (Russia)

Dr. Barbara Parker-Bell, PsyD, ATR-BC (Board Certified Art Therapist), Director of the Florida State University Art Therapy Program in Tallahassee, Florida (USA)

 

Keynote speeches:      Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

 

ART THERAPY: HISTORY, MODERN CONDITION, PROSPECTS FOR DEVELOPMENT

Dr. Natalia Nazarova, PsyD, art therapist of the St. Petersburg State Psychoneurologic Dispensary №5 (Russia)

FOSTERING RESILIENCE IN YOUTH AND ADOLESCENTS WITH ART THERAPY STRATEGIES AND INTERVENTIONS

Dr. Barbara Parker-Bell, PsyD, ATR-BC (Board Certified Art Therapist), Director of the Florida State University Art Therapy Program in Tallahassee, Florida (USA)

 

ART THERAPY IN HELP TO CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN A DIFFICULT LIFE SITUATION

Dr. Ruth H.G. Hampe, Prof. Dr.em., Catholic University of Applied Sciences (Germany)

 

ART EDUCATION IN HELP TO IMPROVE MENTAL HEALTH OUTCOMES IN CHILDREN, PARENTS, AND EDUCATORS

Dr. Vladimir Anisimov, PhD (Pedagogics), Chair of the Musical Education at the Tver State Institute of Education and Social Technologies, Director of the Research and Educational Center for Art Education  (Russia)

 

PSYCHOPROPHYLACTIC RESOURCES OF GROUP ART THERAPY WITH ADOLESCENTS IN A SITUATION OF EMOTIONAL BULLING

Dr. Lyudmila Lebedeva, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Vice-Rector for Research and International Cooperation of the Metropolitan Institute of Professional Education (Russia)

 

EFFICIENCY OF APPLICATION OF ART THERAPY IN PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT FOR PARTICIPANTS OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS

Dr. Lyudmila Belozorova, PhD (Psychology), Leading Expert of the Center for Research Activities of the Voronezh Institute for the Development of Education (Russia)

9 October (Saturday)

Hall 6

10.00-12.00       Plenary Session “ART THERAPY AND ART PEDAGOGY IN EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AS A MEANS OF PRESERVING MENTAL HEALTH AND ADAPTATION OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

 

Keynote reports:

THE USE OF ART THERAPY IN THE PROCESS OF SUPPORTING ORPHANCY CHILDREN OR CHILDREN REMAINED WITHOUT PARENTAL SUPPORTING

Zhanna Glazunova, educational psychologist of the Department of support for foster families at the Center "SemYa", trainer of the School of Foster Parents, full member of the Art Therapy Association, Lipetsk (Russia)

 

ART THERAPY AND ART PEDAGOGY BASED ON ALTERNATIVE PEDAGOGICAL SYSTEMS

Dr. Marta Alvarado, art therapist at the Montessori School, Paris (France)

 

DEVELOPMENT OF CREATIVE ABILITIES IN CHILDREN BY THE METHOD OF MARIA MONTESSORI

Dr. Maria Smirnova, Founder and Director of the Montessori International School, Paris (France)

 

ART THERAPY WITH CHILDREN OF PRESCHOOL AND YOUNG SCHOOL AGE TO OVERCOME FEARS

Dr. Victoria Shustova, PhD (Psychology), psychologist at the Mir Children's Development Center, Khimki, Moscow Region (Russia)

 

ECOPSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH TO ARCHITECTURAL AND LANDSCAPE ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL SPACE

Lilia Sharafieva, psychologist, Master of landscape architecture, Head of the Laboratory of Eco-art therapy of the Botanical Garden of Tver State University (Russia)

 

USE OF THE POSSIBILITIES OF IMPRESSIVE ART THERAPY IN THE PROCESS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL SUPPORT OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Natalya Stepanchuk, Deputy Director for educational work, teacher-methodologist, State Professional Educational Institution "Donetsk Art College" (Donetsk, Donetsk People's Republic)

 

THE USE OF ART THERAPY METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL SUPPORT OF STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS

Svetlana Pastukhova, teacher at the State Autonomous Educational Institution "Trajectory", Gryazi, Lipetsk region

 

INTERGENERATION ART THERAPY AS A MEANS OF PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS AND THE ELDERLY

Svetlana Kozhokhina, senior teacher of additional education and Head of the Art studio "Blue Bird" at the State Educational Autonomous Institution of Continuing Education of the Yaroslavl Region "Center for Children and Youth" (Russia)

 

ART THERAPY AND ART PEDAGOGY IN OUT OF CLASS EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Elena Parshina, teacher of additional education and Head of the Creative Studio "Firebird" at the State Educational Laboratory "Baltic Star", St. Petersburg (Russia)

 

12.00-12.15 Break

 

12.15-14.15 Symposium “CLINICAL AND SOCIAL ASPECTS OF ART THERAPY WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH MENTAL DISORDERS AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS”           

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Alexander Kopytin, MD, Professor of the Department of Psychology at the Russian State St. Petersburg Academy of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education, Associate Professor of the Department of Psychotherapy and Sexology at the North-Western State Mechnikov Medical University, Chairman of the National Association for the Development of Art Therapy Science and Practice "Art Therapy Association" (Russia)

Dr. Natalia Nazarova, PsyD, art therapist of the St. Petersburg State Psychoneurologic Dispensary №5 (Russia)

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

 

INDIVIDUAL ART THERAPY TO HELP FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS IN THE SYSTEM OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL SUPPORT

Margarita Glazeva, PhD in Psychology, Assistant Professor of the Department on Psychiatry and Narcology at the Federal State Orenburg Medical University (Russia)

 

SCHIZOPHRENIC / SCHIZOTYPAL CREATIVE WORLDS. FEATURES OF ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPY

Olga Levkovskaya, psychotherapist of the Sukharev State Research Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (Russia)

 

ART-THERAPEUTIC METHODS OF WORKING WITH CHILD-PARENT CONFLICT IN THE ADOLESCENT CRISIS

Irina Khokh, PhD (Psychology), Head of the Department on Psychological Support at the Bashkortostan State Psychotherapy Center of the Ministry of Health of Republic of Bashkortostan, Chief specialist in medical psychology of the Ministry of Health of Republic of Bashkortostan (Russia)   

 

MULTIMODAL ART THERAPY IN A CHILDREN'S HOSPICE

Dr. Leonid Khaet, PhD (Psychology), consultant of the Psychological Support Center (Germany)  

Tatyana Kadinskaya, consultant of the Nursing Service (Burghausen, Germany)

 

THE KEY TECHNIQUE OF SANOGENETIC APPROACH OF CLINICAL SYSTEMIC ART THERAPY FOR BORDERLINE MENTAL DISORDERS

Aleksey Lebedev, psychotherapist of the Department for the War Veterans, senior lecturer of the Department on General and Clinical Psychology of the Volgograd State Medical University (Russia)

 

14.15 – 15.00 Break

 

15.00 – 16.30 Master class “JOURNEY TO THE WORLD OF HEROES: EDUCATIONAL ART THERAPY PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN”

Dr. Marta Esperansa Alvarado, art-therapist of the International Montessori School, Paris (France)

 

16.30 – 16.45 Break

 

16.45 – 18.15 Master class “DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN ART THERAPY FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS”

Dr. Barbara Parker-Bell, PsyD, ATR-BC (Board Certified Art Therapist), Director of the Florida State University Art Therapy Program in Tallahassee, Florida (USA)

 

9 October (Saturday)

Hall 7

 

15.00 – 16.30 Symposium "THEATRE: REMEDY OR POISON FOR MENTAL HEALTH". 

Annotation:

The symposium aims to identify the conditions in which theater can be an important tool for improving mental health and global human development in various contexts. The symposium will be a meeting place for researchers and practitioners to exchange views on this topic. Each speaker will only have 10 to 15 minutes to present a topic to allow for a maximum time of dynamic exchanges between participants.

Co-Chaired by:

Andrey Afonin, Art director of the inclusive Theater "Kroog II" (NGO “Cultural and Educational Center of Special Art "PROLIV"); Chairman of the Regional branch of the Interregional public organization in support of people with mental disabilities and psychophysical disorders "Equal opportunities" (Moscow); Board member of the Association of Artists of Inclusive Art; member of the Union for Mental Health (Russia)

 

Alexandre A.J. Buysse, Doctor in Educational sciences of the Faculty of Psychology and education of the University of Geneva; Director of the center for Intervention on Development “Arts for you(th)”; Retired full professor of Laval University, specialized in Developmental Psychology; Researcher of the Centre of Research and intervention for Student and School Success (CRIRES); Associate researcher of the Interuniversity research centre on teaching and  teacher training (CRIFPE); Theatre director and actor; Former Artistic director of different school theatre companies in Switzerland and Quebec; Former teacher at the National Theatre School of Canada (NTS) (Canada)

 

Keynote speakers:

 

THEATRE IN SCHOOLS FOR GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT IN TIMES OF PANDEMIC

Alexandre A.J. Buysse, Doctor in Educational sciences of the Faculty of Psychology and education of the University of Geneva; Director of the center for Intervention on Development “Arts for you(th)”; Retired full professor of Laval University, specialized in Developmental Psychology; Researcher of the Centre of Research and intervention for Student and School Success (CRIRES); Associate researcher of the Interuniversity research centre on teaching and  teacher training (CRIFPE); Theatre director and actor; Former Artistic director of different school theatre companies in Switzerland and Quebec; Former teacher at the National Theatre School of Canada (NTS) (Canada)

 

THEATER IN CORRECTION SCHOOL: THEATER CHANGES SCHOOL!

Vladimir Chikishev, Founder, Artistic Director and Director of the Piano Theater at the Boarding School for Deaf Children, Nizhny Novgorod, Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

IMPACT OF THEATER TRAINING ON CHILD’S DEVELOPMENT: IMMERSIVE THEATER AND COLLECTIVE CREATION

Ekaterina Vetrov, Master of Fine Arts in Theatre Directing from the University of Ottawa; Theatre Director and educator; Founder and Artistic Director of the children’s theatre KingDom Theatre (Ottawa, Canada) which represented North America at the 15th World Festival of Children's Theatre (Germany); Co-founder of the international Children's Theatre Exchange program (Canada)

 

THEATRICAL TECHNIQUES IN PEDAGOGY

Patrick Sanson, Special educator; Educational consultant on autism for the BICE ( International Catholic Child Bureau) , partner of the International consortium for Autism (Krasnoïarsk) and the Faculty of Special pedagogy and psychology (Moscow); Former Director of the Center for adolescents with autism (France)

 

16.30-16.45 Break

 

16.45-18.15 Symposium "THEATRE: REMEDY OR POISON FOR MENTAL HEALTH" (continued)

 

"LOOK, FEEL, CHANGE!" - FORUM-THEATER AS A WAY TO CREATE A RESPECTIVE AND SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR TEENAGERS

Yulia Sheveleva, Head of the "Forum-Theater" direction at the Tolerance Center of the Jewish Museum (Russia)

 

INCLUSIVE THEATER AND THE FIGHT FOR IDENTITY: IS THERE ANY PLACE FOR THE SCIENCE OF MENTAL HEALTH?

Aleksey Shemanov, Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Department of Special Psychology and Rehabilitation, Leading Researcher at the Institute of Inclusive Education Problems of the Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University, member of the Expert Council of the All-Russian Festival of Special Theaters "Protheatr" (Russia)

 

THE CONTRIBUTION OF ART TO THE RECOVERY AND SOCIAL INCLUSION OF MARGINALIZED PEOPLE

Carole Marceau, Professor at the École supérieure de théâtre from the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM); Codirector of the Research group on theatre teaching (GRET); Associate researcher of the UQAM Research chair on the development of innovating practices in art, culture and well-being ; Member of the Board of Directors of the Theatre-Education Association of Quebec (ATEQ) ; Co-Editor of the training program in drama (secondary school) for the Ministry of Education of Quebec (MEQ) (Canada)

 

SEARCH FOR INTEGRITY THROUGH THEATRICAL INTIMACY

Andrey Afonin, Art director of the inclusive Theater "Kroog II" (NGO “Cultural and Educational Center of Special Art "PROLIV"); Chairman of the Regional branch of the Interregional public organization in support of people with mental disabilities and psychophysical disorders "Equal opportunities" (Moscow); Board member of the Association of Artists of Inclusive Art; member of the Union for Mental Health (Russia)

 

18.15 – 19.00    Closing Ceremony

Delivery of the Declaration “Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Well-Being in the XXI Century”

THE ROLE OF EDUCATION IN THE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Hall 7

 

Goal: Fostering an educational environment that promotes and preserves the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents with interdisciplinary, multi-sectoral and multi-stakeholder interaction, contribution, and cooperation.

Objectives:

  • To set up a platform for sharing research, evidence-based practices and innovations in the field of professional training that promotes and preserves the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents.
  • To set up a platform for sharing research, evidence-based practices and innovations in the field of education in the public and private sectors that promotes and preserves the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents.
  • To set up a platform for sharing research, evidence-based practices and innovations in the field of inclusive education that promotes and preserves the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents.
  • To develop innovative and applicable approaches to ensure adequate qualified personnel and core competency at all stages within and across disciplines for improving the mental health and well-being of children and adolescents.

8 October (Friday)

13.00-15.00         Plenary Session “PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION FOR MEDICAL SPECIALISTS THAT PROMOTES AND PRESERVES THE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS”

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Marc Hermans, MD, Founding member of the Belgian Professional Union for Psychiatrists and the Flemish Psychiatric Association (Belgium)

Professor Vladimir Borodin, MD, Vice-President of the Union for Mental Health, Professor of the Serbsky Federal Medical Research Center for Psychiatry and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

 

 

UEMS CRITERIA FOR HARMONISING TRAINING IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY IN WESTERN EUROPE

Professor Marc Hermans, MD, Founding member of the Belgian Professional Union for Psychiatrists and the Flemish Psychiatric Association (Belgium)

EDUCATION IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Professor Vladimir Borodin, MD, Vice-President of the Union for Mental Health, Professor of the Serbsky Federal Medical Research Center for Psychiatry and Narcology of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (Russia)

 

MEDICAL STUDENT WELFARE ACROSS FIVE CONTINENTS – WHAT HAS GONE WRONG?

Professor Andrew Molodynski, MD, Consultant Psychiatrist at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Oxford University, Deputy National Mental Health Lead for the NIHR Clinical Research Network, National Mental Health Lead for the British Medical Association Consultant Committee, WASP Treasurer (UK)

 

HOW TO ATTRACT MEDICAL STUDENTS TO PSYCHIATRY?

Professor Petr Morozov, MD, Secretary General of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA), Vice-President of the Russian Society of Psychiatrists, Professor of the Department of Psychiatry of the Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper "Diary of a Psychiatrist" (Russia)

INTERACTIVE TRAINING FOR SPECIALISTS IN CHILD HEALTH CARE

Dr. Victor Chernikov, PhD (Medicine), Assistant Professor at the Russian National Medical Research Center for Child Health (Russia)

CHILD MENTAL HEALTH: CRITICAL EVALUATION OF THE LAST DECADES GLOBAL CHANGES AND EXPLANATORY HYPOTHESES

Professor Vsevolod Rozanov, MD, Department of Health Psychology and Abnormal Behavior at the St. Petersburg State University (Russia)

 

15.00-15.15         Break

           

15.15-17.15         Plenary Session “PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION FOR NON-MEDICAL SPECIALISTS THAT PROMOTES AND PRESERVES THE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS”

 

                        Co-Chaired by:

                       

Pr. Dr. Christine Roland-Lévy, President of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP), Professor of the University of Reims Champagne Ardenne (France)

Professor Vitaliy Rubtsov, Psy.D., Honorable Rector and Professor of the Moscow State University of Psychology and Pedagogy, President of the Federation of Psychologists in Education of Russia (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

 

EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PEDAGOGICAL SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Professor Vitaliy Rubtsov, Psy.D., Honorable Rector and Professor of the Moscow State University of Psychology and Pedagogy, President of the Federation of Psychologists in Education of Russia (Russia)

 

REALIZING THE MASS PUBLIC BENEFIT OF EVIDENCE-BASED PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES: SOME LESSONS FROM THE ENGLISH IAPT PROGRAM

Professor David M. Clark, Director of the Oxford Center for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma University of Oxford, Professor of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford, the UK Government’s Clinical and Informatics Advisor for IAPT (UK)

A CENTURY OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY IN CONNECTION TO MENTAL HEALTH 

Pr. Dr. Christine Roland-Lévy, President of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP), Professor of the University of Reims Champagne Ardenne (France)

 

DEFECT AND OVER-COMPENSATION. VYGOTSKY'S IDEAS IN JAPANESE PEDAGOGY

Professor Nobuo Hirose, Honorary Professor of the University of Yamanashi (Japan)

 

RISKS OF MODERN EDUCATION AND CREATING EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT THAT PRESERVES THE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Professor Alla Kholmogorova, PsyD, Head of the Laboratory of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at the Moscow Research Institute, Dean of the Advisory and Clinical Psychology at the Moscow State University of Psychology and Pedagogy (Russia)

 

PSYCHOLOGY AND PEDOPSYCHIATRY IN PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH IN THE XXI CENTURY

Professor Joaquim Quintino-Aires, Founder and Director of the Vygotsky Institute,

Doctor in Psycholinguistics with graduation on Clinical Psychology, Professor of Psychotherapy and Neuropsychology at the Institute Vygotsky (Portugal)

 

TRAINING FOR DEFECTOLOGISTS IN THE CONTEXT OF MODERN REQUIREMENTS OF SPECIAL PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE

Professor Tatiana Soloviyeva, PsyD, Director of the Institute of Childhood at the Moscow Pedagogical State University (Russia)

17.15-17.30         Break

           

17.30-19.30         Plenary Session “INCLUSIVE EDUCATION THAT PROMOTES AND PRESERVES THE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS”

 

Co-Chaired by:

Professor Svetlana Alyekhina, PhD (Psychology), Deputy Rector on Inclusive Education of the Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University (Russia)

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (15 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote speeches:

 

 

 

CURRENT DISCOURSES OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

Dr. Svetlana Alyekhina, PhD (Psychology), Deputy Rector on Inclusive Education of the Moscow State Psychological and Pedagogical University (Russia)

 

REGULATORY AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK AND MODERN TRENDS OF GETTING EDUCATION FOR DISABLED AND CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES WITH MENTAL FUNCTIONING

Evgeniya Zhukova, Deputy Head of the Scientific and Methodological Center for Comprehensive Rehabilitation of the Federal Center for Scientific, Methodological and Methodological Support for the Development of the System of Comprehensive Rehabilitation and Habilitation of Disabled and Disabled Children of the Ministry of Labor of Russia, medical psychologist (Russia)

 

INCLUSIVE COMPETENCE OF A TEACHER AS A RESOURCE FOR IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF CARE FOR CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

Professor Elena Indenbaum, PsyD, Professor and Head of the Department of Complex Correction of Child Developmental Disabilities at the Federal Irkutsk State University (Russia)

MODEL OF JOINT TRAINING OF A TEACHER AND A PSYCHOLOGIST FOR WORKING IN AN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT

Dr. Tatiana Kuzmicheva, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Director of the Psychological and Pedagogical Institute at the Murmansk Arctic State University (Russia)

 

KNOWLEDGE ABOUT PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN THE DIGITAL ERA

 Nattanun Siricharoen, researcher of the Faculty of Communication Arts at the Huachiew Chalermprakiet University (Thailand)

 

DIFFERENTIATION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN WITH MENTAL RETARDATION IN CONDITIONS OF INCLUSION

Dr. Natalia Babkina, PsyD, Assistant Professor and Head of the Laboratory of Education and Comprehensive Habilitation for Children with Mental Retardation at the Institute of Correctional Pedagogy of the Russian Academy of Education (Russia)

Legal, Economic and Policy Frameworks Concerning the Mental Health and Well-Being of Children and Adolescents

Hall 7

 

Goal: Formation of the main approaches to solving the complex of legal problems that arise in the process of ensuring the rights of children and adolescents to mental health.

 

Objectives:

  • Creating a platform for sharing experiences on child and adolescent mental health problems.
  • Identification of key problems in the legal protection of the rights of children and adolescents to mental health.
  • Discussion of mental health issues and the identity of a juvenile delinquent.
  • Preparation of recommendations for improving legislation aimed for ensuring the rights of children and adolescents to mental health.

8 October (Friday)

13.00-15.00       Plenary Session “GENERAL LAW ISSUES OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH

 

Сопредседатели:

Professor Igor M. Matskevich, Doctor of Law, Professor and Head of Criminology and Executive Law Chair at the Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Professor of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Honored Scientist of Russia, President of the Union of Criminalists and Criminologists, President of the International Foundation for Legal Initiatives, Moscow, Russian Federation

Professor Alexandre A. Mokhov, Doctor of Law, Professor and Head of Medical Law Chair of the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Moscow, Russian Federation

 

Format:            Presentation with Power Point (20 min.) followed by discussion

 

Keynote reports:

 

IMPROVING THE LEGAL REGULATION OF PSYCHIATRIC CARE IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Dr. Georgy Kostyuk, Chief Doctor of the Alekseev State Psychiatric Clinical Hospital № 1 of the Moscow Health Department, Chief psychiatrist of the Moscow Health Department, member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation

QUALITY OF PSYCHIATRIC CARE FOR CHILDREN. WHO ARE THE JUDGES?

Dr. Marina Bebchuk, PhD (Medical Sciences), Associate Professor, Sukhareva Research and Practical Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health of the Moscow Health Care Department, Moscow, Russian Federation

LEGAL BASES OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH PROTECTION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Dr. Evgeny Pazyna, PhD (Law), Associate Professor at the Department of International Law of the Saratov State Law Academy, Saratov, Russian Federation

 

PROBLEMATIC ISSUES OF LEGAL REGULATION OF COMPULSORY PSYCHIATRIC EXAMINATION

Dr. Anton Kolokolov, PhD (Medical Sciences), Head of the Department for Organization of Control of Medical Examinations of Roszdravnadzor, Associate Professor of the Department of Health Organization and Quality Management of the Faculty of Management in Medicine of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation (Moscow, Russia)

 

LEGAL PROBLEMS OF MENTAL HEALTH PROTECTION OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Professor Tatiana Otcheskaya, Doctor of Law, Professor and Head of the Department of Organization of Judicial and Prosecutorial-Investigative Activities of the Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Moscow, Russian Federation

Nadezhda Mishakova, lecturer of the Department of Organization of Judicial and Prosecutorial-Investigative Activities of the Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Moscow, Russian Federation

15.00 – 15.15 Break

 

15.15-17.15       Plenary session: CRIME AND MENTAL HEALTH OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

 

FUTUROLOGICAL TECHNIQUES FOR STUDYING CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR

Professor Igor M. Matskevich, Doctor of Law, Professor and Head of Criminology and Executive Law Chair at the Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Professor of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Honored Scientist of Russia, President of the Union of Criminalists and Criminologists, President of the International Foundation for Legal Initiatives, Moscow, Russian Federation

 

PSYCHIATRIST IN THE COURT

Professor Vladimir Mendelevich, MD, Professor and Head of the Department of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology, Kazan State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Executive Director of the Institute for Mental Health Research, Member of the Board of the Russian Society of Psychiatrists, WHO expert (Kazan, Russia)

 

STUDENT TERRORIZING THE CLASSMATES: THE SEARCH FOR LEGAL SOLUTIONS TO SITUATIONS INVOLVING A STUDENT WITH DEVIANT BEHAVIOR

Professor Marina Maleina, Doctor of Law, Professor, Honored Lawyer of Russian Federation, Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Moscow, Russian Federation

 

PROBLEMS OF INVOLVEMENT OF SUBJECTS OF PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC ACTIVITY TO ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITY

Professor Alexey Pozdeev, MD, Professor, Izhevsk State Medical Academy, Izhevsk, Russian Federation

 

PROBLEMS OF LEGAL REGULATION OF THE USE OF MEASURES OF PHYSICAL RESTRAINT AND ISOLATION IN RELATION TO MINORS

Pavel Kantor, lawyer of the Center for Therapeutic Pedagogy, member of the Commission for the Protection of the Rights of Citizens living in organizations of inpatient Social Services of the Department of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of Moscow (Russia)

 

17.15-17.30       Break

 

17.30-19.30       Plenary session: “SPECIFIC LEGAL PROBLEMS OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH”

 

INCAPACITY. RESTRICTION OF LEGAL CAPACITY. PROBLEMS OF SOCIALIZATION.

Elena Zablotskis, lawyer of the NGO "Center for Therapeutic Pedagogy", expert of the Council under the Government of the Russian Federation on guardianship in the social sphere (Russia)

 

PREVENTION OF MENTAL DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: PROBLEMS OF LAW ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Natalia Posulikhina, PhD (Law), Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Moscow, Russian Federation

           

LEGAL PROBLEMS OF GENODIAGNOSTICS IN CHILD NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY

Professor Alexandre A. Mokhov, Doctor of Law, Professor and Head of Medical Law Chair of the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Moscow, Russian Federation

 

APPLICATION OF PSYCHOGENETICS, GENODIAGNOSTICS AND GENE THERAPY IN MEDICAL PRACTICE FOR ENSURING CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH

Professor Anatoly Levushkin, Doctor of Law, Professor of the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Moscow, Russian Federation

 

DISTRIBUTED CUSTODY AS A FORM OF LEGAL PROTECTION FOR CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH

Dr. Alexey Pеkshev, PhD (Medical Sciences), Associate Professor of the Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Moscow, Russian Federation

 

MODELS OF INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC FACTORS ON MENTAL HEALTH OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Dr. Vyacheslav Mitikhin, PhD (Physics and Mathematics), Leading researcher of the Department of Organization of Psychiatric Services of the Federal State Scientific Center for Mental Health

Dr. Tatyana Solokhina, MD, Head of the Department of Organization of Psychiatric Services of the Federal State Scientific Center for Mental Health

Dr. Galina Tyumenkova, PhD (Medical Sciences), Researcher of the Department of Organization of Psychiatric Services of the Federal State Scientific Center for Mental Health (Moscow, Russia)