11th International Congress and 16th National of Clinical Psychology

Country: Spain

City: Granada

Abstr. due: 18.06.2018

Dates: 25.10.18 — 28.10.18

Area Of Sciences: Psychology;

Organizing comittee e-mail: https://congresopsi11.ronincoders.net/ psclinica.sec@aepc.es

Organizers: International Committee

 

We are accepting four types of proposal formats including WRITTEN PRESENTATIONS and CLINICAL CASES (Poster format), CLINICAL SESSIONS and SYMPOSIUM, require an APA (American Psychological Association) style, all which must be submitted through our computer application found at the end of this page (Click the SUBMIT ABSTRACT button). All submissions require an abstract, which must be written using APA (American Psychological Association) style, and it cannot be less than 250 but no more than 300 words in length.  Abstracts must include the following information:

    Introduction, objectives, methods, results and discussion (Do not include citations or references).
    When the papers are not strictly research papers, the methodology that has been followed must be specified.   

The presentations may be conducted in any of the official languages of the Congress (Spanish, English, Portuguese and Russian).
 
The scientific committee and the organizing committee reserve their right to decide the final format of any submission for presentation. The committee will timely inform the participants about the acceptance or rejection of the proposals made, once the submission deadline has expired.

Individual proposals for clinical cases must be submitted in a written format. The Committee will group them according to the topic. All summaries of clinical cases must include the following information to be expanded in the poster presentation:


-Patient's characteristics (no name)      
-Reason for seeking help    
-History of the problem
-Description of the problematic behavior
-Established goals and treatment
-Therapeutic objectives
-Choosing the appropriate treatment
-Choosing and applying evaluation techniques and results obtained in this phase
-Application of the treatment
-Evaluating the treatment's efficacy
-Follow up: how and when it was done
-Observations

 

Authors can classify their communication into any of the following topics:

    Mood disorders: depressive disorders, bipolar disorders, affective disorders
Anxiety and Stress Disorders
Sexuality Disorders, and Sexual Identity Disorders: affectivity and sexuality
Cognitive Disorders: delirium, dementia, amnesic disorders,...
Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders
Sleep Disorders
Youth Clinical Psychology
Personality Disorders
Educational areas: learning problems
Eating Disorders
Pathological game
Somatomorphic Disorders
Adaptative, Dissociative and Factitious Disorders
Family Violence
Public Health: use and abuse of substances
New Addictions
Atypical Disorders
Chronic Disorders
Autism
Mental Retardation
Environmental/Organizational/Job Health
Other Disorders regarding control of impulses
Currents Status and Challenge of psychological Treatments: third generation therapies
Psychological evaluation
Construction an validation of instruments
Clinical evaluation
Forensic evaluation
Clinical Cases
Other areas related to the Congress's Themes (specify area)

 

Conference Web-Site: http://www.aepc.es/PsClinicaXI/presentaciontrabajos_en.html