Join us for our upcoming EACLIPT x UMH Conference on March 21st – 22nd, 2024, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and contribute by presenting your own research: Ticket registration and Call for Abstracts are open now!
For this year’s conference, EACLIPT partnered up with the Amsterdam-based Centre for Urban Mental Health to host a two-day event on the quest to help people thrive and reduce the burden of common mental disorders in a globalized and increasingly urbanized world. We are thrilled to announce our keynote speakers:
Prof. Dr. Rosa Baños Rivera, University of Valencia: “Exploring the Potential of Microinterventions to Boost Mental Health”
Prof. Dr. Denny Borsboom, University of Amsterdam: “Network approaches to psychopathology: An overview and an agenda for future research”
Dr. David Weissmann, California State University: "Can public policy interventions reduce inequality in neurodevelopment and mental health?"
If you would like to join the conference as a participant, you can get your tickets here. A special student discount is available. Please be aware that this is a boutique high-class conference - tickets are highly limited and likely sold out soon, so please plan ahead in time.
Call for Abstracts: We further invite researchers and practitioners in the field of Clinical Psychology, Psychological Treatment, as well as Mental Health Research and Complexity Sciences at every level of their professional development, to actively contribute by presenting their recent research findings, insights, and evidence-based practices. Submissions spanning topics such as prevention, diagnostics, interventions, availability and delivery of psychological help, policy making, innovative methods, classifications, and evidence-based recommendations are specifically encouraged. The extended deadline for submissions is December 8th, 2023, there are four different ways to contribute:
Poster presentations: Poster presentations can report on completed studies, research in progress, or innovative ideas.
Rapid presentations: 5-minute oral presentations, including time for questions and discussion. We suggest that presentations in this format should not exceed 5 slides.
Oral research talks: 15-minute oral presentations, including time for questions and discussion.
Symposia: (Groups of) researchers who wish to be allocated into one of the sessions, based on similarity of the presented topics, are encouraged to apply for symposia.