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Welcome to Amsterdam!


 

Less than 24 hours to go until this years EACLIPT x UMH International Conference on Urban Mental Health 2024 will open its doors - we look forward to welcoming you to Amsterdam and are very excited to meeting you all!


To give you an impression of what to expect from the coming two days, the Centre for Urban Mental Health conference team has compiled some information, which we would like to share with you today.


We would also like to specifically draw your attention to the EACLIPT Members Meeting on Friday - if you would like to participate, please register before the meeting using the link below.

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS


Prof. dr. Rosa Banos Rivera

Exploring the Potential of Microinterventions to Boost Mental Health


Rosa Banos is currently Professor of Psychopathology, attached to the department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatments, and the Polibienestar Institute, University of Valencia.


Prof.  dr. Henning Tiemeier 

Population Neuroscience: Research in Children and Underserved Populations that matters for Public Health


Henning Tiemeier is Professor of Social and Behavioral Science and the Sumner and Esther Feldberg Chair of Maternal and Child Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, as well as Professor of Psychiatric Epidemiology at the Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam. Henning Tiemeier received both his medical and sociological degree from the University of Bonn, Germany, and his PhD from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, Netherlands. 


Dr. David Weissman

Can public policy interventions reduce inequality in neurodevelopment and mental health?


David Weissman is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at California State University, Dominguez Hills. He obtained his PhD in Psychology from the University of California, Davis, and was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University. His research examines how childhood adversity impacts neurodevelopment in adolescence and how this manifests in risk for psychopathology. Importantly, childhood adversity occurs within the context of broader societal structures that influence who experiences adversity and the resources available to them, and Dr. Weissman has conducted pioneering work examining the role of the macrostructural context in neurodevelopment and mental health.


Prof.  dr. Denny Borsboom 

Network approaches to psychopathology: An overview and an agenda for future research


Denny Borsboom is Professor in the Psychological Methods Group at the Psychology Department of the University of Amsterdam and director of its Social and Behavioural Data Science Centre. His research focuses on the conceptual analysis of psychometric concepts, the development of new psychometric techniques, and the formation of formalized psychological theory.


SESSION SPEAKERS


Prof. dr. Cory Newman

Public Supervision: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


Cory Newman is Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry in at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and Director at the Center for Cognitive Therapy.




Dr. Joan Marsh

Introduction to Lancet Psychiatry

Joan Marsh is Editor-in-Chief at the Lancet Psychiatry. Joan will give an introduction to this journal on the Thursday, as well lead a Panel discussion on the Friday of this conference.




Prof. dr. Winfried Rief

Introduction to Clinical Psychology in Europe


Winfried Rief is Professor of Clinical psychology and Psychotherapy at the University of Marburg and Editor-in-Chief at the Clinical Psychology in Europe journal. Winfried will give an introduction to this journal on the Thursday of the conference.


Prof. dr. Stefan  G. Hofmann

Panel Discussion (Friday)


Stefan G. Hofmann, Ph.D. is the Alexander von Humboldt Professor at Philipps University of Marburg (Germany). Stefan is a leading expert in researching and treating anxiety disorders, with a focus in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. He has been the editor of Cognitive Therapy and Research regulation.



 

Location: Tolhuistuin Amsterdam, IJpromenade 2, 1031 KT Amsterdam, Netherlands


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