Psychiatry and Mental Health 2019

CME Accredited

Aug 28-29, 2019

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)



Lexis Conferences welcome you to Dubai, UAE; the most populous and largest city focusing on modern architecture with extravagance shopping and exuberant nightlife scene. Middle East Meetings on ‘’Psychiatry, Women’s Mental Health and Child Protection’’ slated on August 28-29, 2019 at Dubai, UAE will be organized around the theme “Innovations and Excellency in Psychiatry and Mental Health for a better Healthcare”.

Understanding the links between mind and body is the first step in developing strategies of having mental health and physical wellbeing, as quality care from young age can have a substantial impact on the future successes of children.

Psychiatry and Mental Health 2019 Conference will focus on the relevance and effectiveness of Mental Health awareness and education for adolescents, children and older people. Psychiatrists, Mental Health professionals, Social Workers, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Scientists, Doctors, Physicians, Nurses, Academicians, Pharmacists, Neurologists, Neuropsychiatrists, Neuropsychologists, Therapists, Experts in Yoga and Meditation, Counsellors, Business professionals and Students around the globe from multidisciplinary departments and subjects are welcomed to participate actively.

Why to attend Psychiatry and Mental Health 2019 Conference?

  • A worldwide gathering of Psychiatrists, Mental health professionals, Psychologists, Social Workers, Registered Nurses, Psychotherapists, Academicians and Students
  • Multiple Panels, Workshops, Affinity Group Lunches, Distinguish Speaker Session, Keynote sessions followed by Plenary talks, Special sessions by world’s most eminent persons in the field of Psychiatry and Mental Health, Student Poster Presentations and Young Research Forums
  • Gather knowledge, Explore and Implementation of latest techniques on ongoing projects and recent advancements
  • Have a chance to meet and communicate with world’s leading business professionals


  • August in Dubai, the beginning of Academic Session. We can expect a huge gathering of innovative and recent techniques in the Psychiatry and Mental Health conference along with visitors can enjoy the city beauty as they can escape the crowd due to summer.
  • Dubai, the most populous city in UAE is considerably neglected with mental health research as a result, a high occurrence of anxiety, depression, stress and psychosomatic disorders found.
  • So, it’s time to provide psychological care in the UAE with the utilization of psychological services.
  • Even though some milestones have been made, but are still in its initial phase.

Expected Outcomes/ Aim of Dubai Psychiatry and Mental Health 2019 Conference:

  • Presentation of trends, various concerns, the latest research results and recent advancements in the fields of Psychiatry, Psychology, Mental Health, Neurology, Neuroscience and related Psychiatric, Psychological and Neurological Disorders.
  • To establish coordination or providing the strategy for the collaboration between higher education institutions and public health sectors, to meet the rising demand for psychotherapy.
  • Providing institutional support (financial and nonfinancial) for researchers that will facilitate the development of indigenous therapeutic models.

Details of Psychiatry and Mental Health Conference 2019 in Dubai, UAE:

Conference Name Place Date
Psychiatry and Mental health 2019 Dubai, UAE August 28-29, 2019


[Note: Abstract Submission Open Now]

Maxine Outerbridge
Mental Health and Healing Advocate, Certified Public Accountant
Bank of America


Maxine Outerbridge is a New York City native, hardworking and passionate mother of two (including a special needs child) and mental health and healing advocate. Maxine’s testimony of surviving domestic violence and sexual abuse, teen pregnancy and financi

Researches :

  • Anxiety, Domestic Violence, PTSD, Self-Love, Sexual Abuse
Sam Vaknin
Visiting Professor
Southern Federal University


Sam Vaknin is Visiting Professor of Psychology, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia and Professor of Finance and Psychology in CIAPS (Centre for International Advanced and Professional Studies). He is the author of Malignant Self-love: Narc

Researches :

  • Personality disorder, Psychology
Leyla Akoury Dirani
Associate Professor
American University of Beirut


Leyla Akoury Dirani has earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology from Paris. She is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry of the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. She provides clinical services and teaches

Researches :

  • Clinical Psychology, Psychopathology
Margaret Reece
Hope Restored


Margaret Reece is passionate about helping people with C-PTSD overcome their struggles. Through her life-time experiences of C-PTSD and courses with world trauma experts, she hopes to narrow the gap between therapist and client. A childhood, devoid of any

Researches :

  • PTSD, Trauma
David Briskham


David Briskham is the youngest of 3 children. His parents divorced when he was 14 and he lived with his mother until he was 16. Twenty plus years of active addiction took him to some dark places and he attended residential treatment when he was 34 years o

Researches :

  • Addiction and Recovery
Brian Van Brunt
Executive Director
National Behavioral Intervention Team Association


Brian Van Brunt has worked in the counseling field for more than 20 years, and specializes in educational counseling, behavioral intervention and support, and issues related to mental health and alcohol/substance abuse by students. He served as Director o

Researches :

  • Counseling, Mental Health, Behavioral intervention,

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