CONFERENCE AGENDA


OCTOBER 25, 2018


08.30 – 09.30 Registration of participants

09.30 – 10.00 Opening and greetings of organizers and honorable

guests

10.00 –12.00 Informative session І “Society, Politicum, Science. The

Discourse for effective MHC systems developing”

(keynote participants: representatives of Governmental and

International Institutions)

12.00 –12.30 Coffee-break. Informal communication. Networking

12.00 – 12.30 Contact session B2B

12.30 - 14.00 Informative session ІІ “Society, Politicum, Science. The

Discourse for effective MHC systems developing”

(keynote participants: representatives of Religious,

Academic, Research, Educational, Public Institutions,

Associations, Volunteer Movements, Societies and

Communities)

14.00 – 15.00 Lunch. Informal communication. Networking

14.00 – 15.00 Contact session B2B

15.00 – 17.00 Seminar-workshop sessions

17.00 – 17.30 Contact session B2B

17.30 Social activities (cultural program)


OPENING AND GREETINGS

FROM ORGANIZERS AND HONORABLE GUESTS

(Venue – Conference-Hall of NAES)


Vasyl Kremen president of NAES, Doctor of Science, Professor,

Academician, member of NAS and NAES of Ukraine

Silvia Prati President of NDSAN Network (Italy)

Panagiotis Plageras Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly (Greece)

Daniela Dumitru Bucharest University of Economic Studies (Romania)

Maureen Flaherty University of Manitoba (Canada)

Aristides Daglas Hellenic Regulatory Body of Nursing (Greece)

Marta Barandiy “Promote Ukraine” (Belgium)

Olaf Hoos Julius Maximilian University of Wuerzburg (Germany)

Marta Pyvovarenko “Development Foundation” (Ukraine)

Larysa Klymanska Lviv Polytechnic National University (Ukraine)

Mykola Sliusarevskiy director of ISPP, Corresponding Member of the Ukrainian National Academy of Educational Science (Ukraine)


INFORMATIVE SESSION І


“Society, Politicum, Science. The Discourse for effective MHC systems developing”

(keynote participants: representatives of Governmental and International Institutions)

(Venue – NAES, Event Hall, Institute of Pedagogy, Sichovykh Striltsiv 52d)

Moderator:

Dr. Viktor Vus, Coordinator of the Conference, Ph.D. in Psychology, Associate

Professor, ISPP, R&D Laboratory for Community Health (LPNU), NDSAN Network (sector of partnership building)

Information regarding presentation of Mental Health Care issues in social, legal and economic spheres of modern humankind:

1. Dr. Viktor Vus, report “Interdependent: Mental Health, Social Development, Youth”

Governmental Institutions

2. Ministry of Health (Ukraine), Center for Mental Health and Monitoring Drugs and Alcohol of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. Artem Osypian, Oleksiy Suchoviy, report

“The state of mental health and resource provision”

3. Ministry of Health (Ukraine). Prof. Vitaly Klymchuk, expert in Mental Health, report “National Program for MHC - 2030”

4. Ministry of Social Policy (Ukraine), Katerina Ivanova, report “Mental Health issues of Internally Displaced Persons: Concealed Consequences of the Conflict”


International Institutions

6. US Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, representative of the American Embassy

7. Former Manager at the Veteran's Health Administration, James G Cahill, US Veteran, report "The VA and personal understanding of the Veteran journey: what the US military learned after our experience in Iraq and Afghanistan"

8. International Medical Corps, Dr. Inka Weissbecker, report “Toolkit for the Integration of Mental Health into General Healthcare in Humanitarian Settings”

9. Médecins Sans Frontières, Carlos Camilo Garcia Bernabe, Mental Health Activity Manager from MSF, report “Integration of MH for NCD care in Eastern Ukraine. Shared experiences from MSF"


INFORMATIVE SESSION ІI


“Society, Politicum, Science. The Discourse for effective MHC systems developing”

(keynote participants: representatives of Governmental and International Institutions)

(Venue – NAES, Event Hall, Institute of Pedagogy, Sichovykh Striltsiv 52d)

Moderator:

Dr. Viktor Vus, Coordinator of the Conference, PhD. in Psychology, Associate Professor,

ISPP, R&D Laboratory for Community Health (LPNU), NDSAN Network (sector of partnership building)

Information regarding presentation of Mental Health Care issues in social, legal and economic spheres of modern humankind:

Religious Institutions

10. Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Viacheslav Iakovenko, report “Church in the time of military conflict: taking care of person' mental health”

11. Greece-Catholic Church, Volodymyr Stanchyshyn, Kateryna Kovalyshyn, report “Church and MHC. Experience, challenges, main principles, advantages. The Therapy of Dignity”


Academic, Research and Educational Institutions

12. National Institute of Health (Istituto Superiore di Sanità -ISS) (Italy), Francesco Gabbrielli, Director of Centre of Telemedicine and innovative Technologies, report: “The contribution on digital technologies to the evolution of Mental Health services”

13. Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly (Greece), Prof. Panagiotis Plageras, Vice-Rector, report: “Research and Educational activities of TEI of Thessaly: Modern

Experiences in the field of Mental Health”

14. Interdisciplinary Council on Development and Learning (USA), Galina Itskovich, LCSW-R, report “Infant and Parent Mental Health: developmental trajectory in the

context of lifelong growth and in the emergence of healthy attachment”

15. EMDR Europe Association, EMDR Institute (Austria), Mag. Eva Münker-Kramer, report “12 years of implementation of trauma – awareness in Ukraine: Raising competence in psychotraumatology and trauma therapy (EMDR) – towards a

European accreditation to treat acute and chronic traumatization”


Public Institutions, Associations, and Volunteer Movement

16. NDSAN Network (Italy), Dr. Valentina Vitale, Director of Operations, NDSAN Network, report “NDSAN (New DSA Network). A European networking project for Child Neuropsychiatry as an integrated approach to Cognitive Health Care”

17. “Development Foundation”, Marta Pyvovarenko, Ukraine, report: “The dynamic of Research: main directions of the Mental Health Study”

18. Public organizations "Fight !!!", Peter Mehed, Oksana Mazur, report “Total mobile rehabilitation of combatants and their families”

19. Human Rights Center "Our World", Andrii Kravchuk, Kyiv, Ukraine, “The sociopsychological issues of the current situation regarding LGBT in Ukraine”


SEMINAR-WORKSHOP SESSION “MODERN TECHNOLOGIES

FOR PREVENTIVE WORK IN THE FIELD OF MENTAL HEALTH CARE”

(Venue – NAES, Event Hall, Institute of Pedagogy, Sichovykh Striltsiv 52d)


Moderator-tutors:

1. Dr. José L.T. Ayala, University of Barcelona (Spain)

Topic: “The Thin Web Line. New technologies and promotion of unhealthy behaviors.

Eating disorders and Pro-Ana(pro-anorexia) subculture. How to fight against them”

2. Dr. María Ángeles Ortega, University of Barcelona (Spain)

Topic: “Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD): Approach by Dialectic-Behavioral

Therapy (DBT)”


October 26, 2018


10.00 – 12.00 Informative sessions “Mental Health Care: Research, Practice, Innovations” (work in sections)

12.00 – 12.30 Coffee-break. Informal communication. Networking

12.00 – 12.30 Contact session B2B

12.30 – 14.30 Master-classes session

14.30 – 15.30 Q&A session. Follow-up.

15.30 – 16.00 Contact session B2B

16.00 Social activities (cultural program)


INFORMATIVE SESSION ІII


“Mental Health Care: Research, Practice, Innovations” (work in sections)


Section1

MHC systems in the context of global social challenges

(Venue – NAES, room 418, Institute of Pedagogy, Sichovykh Striltsiv 52d)


Chair: Dr. April Naturale, PhD, LCSW, ICF International, (USA), Member, Advisory

Board Ukraine NGO "Development foundation"

Moderator: Mariana Hasiak, Lviv Polytechnik National University, (Ukraine)

Expert-consultant, social research and projects in the field of Mental Health, Dr. Evangelos C. Fradelos


Reports:

1. Dr. April Naturale, Boston, USA, Opening Remarks: “Human Beings in Crisis”

2. Dr, Evangelos C. Fradelos, Thessaly, Greece, “Vocational and Educational Training in Family and Community Nursing as a European Priority: The ENhANCE Erasmus+ Project.

Aspects for Mental Health Care”

3. Dimitra Lekka, Athens, Greece, “Study of patients’ dehumanization in a hospital setting”

4. Dr. Oleksiy Tanasiienko, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Is autism spectrum disorder (ASD) a mind-andsomatic state "neuro-managing" system malfunction? About some possible mechanisms of this kind of neurodevelopmental disorder”

5. Olga Iakovlieva, NGO "Development Foundation" in Rivne, Ukraine, “MHC in the context of decentralization. First stage”


Seminar\workshop

“The main types of stress responding: body-minded markers”

(moderator Oksana Belova)

Research contributions:

1. Iryna Borovynska, Kyiv, Ukraine, “The Dark Side of Life Success: How to Achieve

Results and Preserve Mental Health”

2. Dr. Angela Borshchevska, Lviv, Ukraine, “Bulling as a model of systemic deficit. Healing

strategies”

3. Dr. Lidiya Chorna, Prof. Pavlo Gornostai, Dr. Halyna Tsyhanenko, Olha Pletka, Dr. Olha Korobanova, Dr. Viktor Vus, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Mental health: dislocation of the concept in the small group”

4. Dr, Ioanna V. Papathanasiou, Dr. Evangelos C. Fradelos, Dr. Sofia Kastanidou, Dr. Konstantinos Tsaras, Francesca Pozzi, Flavio Manganello, Serena Alvino, Loredana Sasso, Annamaria Bagnasco, Giuseppe Aleo, Isabella Roba, Stecy Yghemonos,

Adriana Popa, Hannele Turunen, Christos Kleisiaris, Eftychia Evangelidou, Aris Daglas, Clara Rodrigues, Lars Oertel, Madeleine Diab, “Vocational and Educational

Training in Family and Community Nursing as a European Priority: The ENhANCE

Erasmus+ Project. Aspects for Mental Health Care”

5. Olga Iakovlieva, NGO "Development Foundation", Rivne, Ukraine, “MHC in the context of decentralization. First stage”

6. Prof. Liliya Klos, Dr. Larysa Klymanska, Dr. Nina Hayduk, Dr. Halyna Herasym, Lviv, Ukraine, “On Solving the Problem of Mental Health Care with the Social Work Input”

7. Prof. Vitaly Klymchuk, Dr. Kateryna Kalendruz, Prof. Victoria Gorbunova, Zhytomyr, Ukraine, “Mental health care system and reform efforts in Ukraine”

8. Prof. Zoriana Kunch, Prof, Yaryna Turchyn, Lviv, Ukraine, “Social and Cultural Adaptation: Linguistic Aspects”

9. Dimitra Lekka, Maria Sakalaki, Athens, Greece, “Study of patients’ dehumanization in a hospital setting”

10. Prof. Olexandr Malhazov, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Interdisciplinary technologies in sociopolitical rehabilitation”

11. Igor Proshukalo, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Employee’s mental health in the service organizations as the object of psychological research”

12. Dr. Elena-Ramona Richițeanu-Năstase, Dr. Camelia Stăiculescu, Bucharest, Romania, “Are extrovert people more satisfied with life? Case study”

13. Dr. Oleksiy Tanasiienko, Olena Tanasiienko, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Is autism spectrum disorder (ASD) a mind-and-somatic state "neuro-managing" system malfunction? About some possible mechanisms of this kind of neurodevelopmental disorder”

14. Kateryna Titova, Volodymyr Savinov, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Applying The Semantic Differential to Compare the Experiences of Existential Fears”

15. Dr. Tetiana Vakulich, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Psychological factors of the formation of victimization of women in the modern world”

16. Dr. Viktor Vus, Dr. Liudmyla Omelchenko, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Interdependent: mental health, social development, youth’ socially-oriented activity (on the example of country in transition)”


Section 2 Mental health in times of military conflicts

(Venue - NAES, Event Hall, Institute of Pedagogy, Sichovykh Striltsiv 52d )

Chair: Bruce H. Young (USA), LCSW, USA; 2018 Member, Advisory Board Ukraine Ministry of Health; (PFA) Mental Health First Responder Trainer in NGO "Development foundation"

Moderator: Dr. Iryna Hubeladze, Institute for Social and Political Psychology, (Ukraine)

Reports:

1. Bruce H. Young, USA, Opening Remarks: "The Smart Future of Mental Health in the 21st Century"

2. Josef I. Ruzek, PhD., Stanford University, Former Director of National Center for PTSD, Dissemination and Training Division, Menlo Park, CA., reports:

• “Secondary Prevention - Early Intervention in Emergency Rooms and Hospitals”

• “Tertiary Prevention - A Brief Review of Evidence-based Treatments for PTSD”

3. Laura Gomez, LCSW., Director Transitional Care Program, VA Hospital Palo Alto Healthcare System, Palo Alto, CA, report “Transitional Care - Casemanagement Support for War Veterans with PTSD Living in Communities”

4. Bessel van der Kolk, former Harvard Medical School professor of psychiatry, Bessel van der Kolk has served as president of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, medical director of the Trauma Center at JRI in Brookline, Massachusetts, director of the Complex trauma Network within the National Center for Child Traumatic Stress, and professor of psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine, “Brain, Mind and Body: Building A Safe Container Through Embodied Awareness and Attunement To Prepare For And Respond To Traumatizing Events”


Seminar\discussion session

Research contributions:

1. Natalya Didyk, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Features of Psychosocial Support of Combatants' Wives”

2. Dr. Maryna Dvornyk, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Evaluation of the Ukrainian-Language E-Course “Socio-Psychological Support of Adaptation of Veterans””

3. Dr. Larysa Korobka, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Public health strengthening in the context of community adaptation to the consequences of a military conflict: salutogenic approach”

4. Dr. Svitlana Kravchuk, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Hardiness as a factor of psychological resilience of youth in conditions of military conflict”

5. Dr. Borys Lazorenko, Dr. Katerina Kalnytska Kyiv, Ukraine, “Readaptation of ATO Veterans and their Wives: Experience of Psychosocial Assistance School”

6. Dr. Lyudmila Nikonenko, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Political and legal informing of students in conditions of military conflict between Russia and Ukraine”

7. Dr. Anatoliy Sergiienko, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Psycho-information (psychotronic) technologies for overcoming the effects of operative-combat mental trauma: addictive disorders, drugresistant

major depression, anhedonia and alexithymia. First report”


Section 3.

Mental health and community

(Venue- NAES, Hall of Council, aud. 510, Institute of gifted child, Sichovykh Striltsiv

52d)

Chair: Dr. Maureen Flaherty MSW, PhD, Assistant Prof., Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Manitoba (Canada),

Moderator: Dr. Victoria Mialenko, Institute for Social and Political Psychology, (Ukraine)

Reports:

1. Dr. Maureen Flaherty, Winnipeg, Canada, Opening Remarks: “Peacebuilding and Global Mental Health”

2. Dr. Maryna Shevtsova, Center of European Studies, University of Florida (USA), Program Coordinator at Civil Organization Parеnts Initiatives TERGO, “Psychosocial support of parents met with LGBT-orientation of their children”

3. Dr. Iryna Kryvenko (UCU, Ukraine), “Subjective dimension of mental health: Ukrainian adaptation of the Orientation to Happiness Scale”


Interactive session “Mental Health and community building”

Research contributions:

1. Dr. Halyna Bevz, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Acceptance of own corporeality as sanogenic factor in the development of the marital relationship”

2. Dr. Marin Drămnescu, Dr. Vladimir Enăchescu, Dr. Monica Păduraru, Bucharest, Romania, “The mental health between epigenetics and individual beliefs”

3. Dr. Maureen Flaherty, Helen Sikorski, Prof. Liliya Klos, Dr. Viktor Vus, Winnipeg, Canada, “Peacebuilding and mental health: Moving beyond individual pathology to community responsibility”

4. Dr. Beverly Ann Dexter, USA, “Planned dream intervention”

5. Prof. Zoia Kireeva, Dr. Olena Odnostalko, Odessa, Ukraine, “The research of the “courage to continue" using narrative and ideographic approaches”

6. Dr. Maria Klymenko, Lviv, Ukraine, “The narcissistic ways to the existential selffulfillment”

7. Dr. Iryna Kryvenko, Lviv, Ukraine, “Subjective dimension of mental health: Ukrainian adaptation of the Orientation to Happiness Scale”

8. Dr. Iryna Martyniuk, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Stress resistance in the structure of individual psychological characteristics of students”

9. Dr. Iryna Semkiv, Lviv, Ukraine, “Сonfession as a psychotherapeutic tool to work with Ego inflation”

10. Dr. Tamara Tyurina, Dr. Sofia Stavkova, Lviv, Ukraine, “Intuitive Self-development as an Important Factor af the Spiritual and Mental Self-healing of an Individual and Society”

11. Prof. Tetiana Yablonska, Dr. Natalia Bulatevich, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Ethical grounds of psychological help as a means of preserving mental health of a person”


Section 4

Specific issues of MHC: child neuropsychiatry; support of disabled people, elderly age people; MHC in rural areas; addictive behavior

(Venue - NAES, Conference-Hall, Sichovykh Striltsiv 52a)


Chair: Galina Itskovich MSW, LCSW-R, Clinical Consultant at the ICDL Institute, (New York, USA); Member, Advisory Board Ukraine NGO "Development foundation".

Moderator: Dr. Svitlana Kravchuk, Institute for Social and Political Psychology, (Ukraine)

Reports:

1. Galina Itskovich, LCSW-R, (ICDL, USA), Opening Remarks: “Resilience as a Means and Ends in Work with Special Populations: use of play and narrative therapies to facilitate healing”

2. Dr. Olexandr Avramchuk, (UCU, Ukraine) «Dance movement therapy as a means of

adaptation of the elderly in geriatric institution»

3. Elena Prianishnikova, Kyiv department NGO "Development Foundation," Kyiv, Ukraine, “Features of the EMDR-therapy in the work with children”

4. Valeriy Patonich, Head, “Revocanda Plus”, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Fisiotherapy – an innovation among eating disorders”


Innovative report

NDSAN Network, Italy: “Sport competition carried out by people with disabilities”

Seminar

Training-seminar “Leading trends in MHC. Pro and Contra of most popular approaches. Case studies”

Research contributions:

1. Dr. Olexandr Avramchuk, Lviv, Ukraine, “Comparative analysis of modern methods of psychotherapy for patients with borderline personality disorder”

2. Dr. Vladimir Aurelian Enachescu, Bucharest, Romania, “Understanding the relationship between processing skills and cognitive skills of disabled learners”

3. Dr. Natalie Heisonyuk, Chernivtsi, Ukraine, “Role models' peculiarities of women with crisis pregnancies”

4. Dr. Lyudmyla Kolisnyk, Sumy, Ukraine, “The influence of the emotional intelligence features on the intensity of the loneliness experience in adolescence”

5. Dr. Victoria Khramtsova, Dr, Yulia Honchar, Dnipro, Ukraine, “The adaptability factor of young people with a status of a disabled child in the context of medical and social expertise”

6. Dr. Olexandra Khudoba, Lviv, Ukraine, “Changing approaches to dementia management: How relevant is it for Ukraine?”

7. Dr. Hanna Khvorova, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Parental competence with autism’s children: current and perspective research”

8. Dr. Maryna Martseniuk, Mukachevo, Ukraine, “Reasons of healthy behavior disorders in adolescence age”

9. Prof. Kateryna Milutina, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Relationship between indicators of a person's mental health and attitude to pets”

10. Dr. José Luis Triviño, Dr. María Ángeles Ortega, Barselona, Spain, “The Thin Web Line. New technologies and promotion of unhealthy behaviors. Eating disorders and ProAna(pro-anorexia)

subculture. How to fight against them”

11. Dr. José Luis Triviño, Dr. María Ángeles Ortega, Barselona, Spain, “Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD): Approach by Dialectic-Behavioral Therapy (DBT)”

12. Elena Prianitchnikova, Kyiv department NGO "Development Foundation," Kyiv, Ukraine, “Features of the EMDR-therapy in the work with children”

13. Dr. Lyudmyla Rakhman, Dr. Oksana Plevachuk, Dr. Iaroslav Shpylovyi, Lviv, Ukraine, “The quality of social functioning in patients with depression, as a parameter of

state severity”

14. Оlga Yashna, Prof. Olexandr Makarenko, Dr. Alla Shapovalova, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Neurofitness as a method of psychotherapy for children with psychoneurological

pathologies”

15. Olga Velentza, Nasim Aouant, Athens, London, Greece, UK, “The contribution of mental health nurse to telepsychiatric applications”

16. Thomas Weber, Vienna, Austria, “Traumafokus (ТF) – Psychotherapy for Chronic Pain Regulation and Pain Syndromes”


Section 5

Higher Education and MHC: Research and Innovations

(Venue- NAES, library of UME, Sitchovykh Striltsiv, 52d)

Chair: Dr. Elena Syurina, Global Mental health, Athena Institute, VU University, Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Moderator: Dr. Olga Humeniuk, Institute for Social and Political Psychology, (Ukraine)

Reports:

1. Dr. Elena Syurina, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Opening Remarks: “Use of community service learning at the university level to teach mental health and provide training in

transdisciplinary research approach”

2. Prof. Jane Lu (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan), “Creativity and Mental Issues – Behavioral Patterns in Higher Education”

3. Prof. Dr. Olaf Hoos, Wuerzburg, Germany, “Healthy University”

4. Dr. Lilia Klos, Lviv, Ukraine, “Training Future Social Workers for Professional Activity in Mental Health Care”


Seminar\discussion “Healthy Education. Modern trends”

Research contributions:

1. Dr. Daniela Dumitru, Bucharest, Romania, “CRITHINKEDU - a European experience of teaching critical thinking across fields”

2. Dr. Svitlana Baranova, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Emotional characteristic of personality maturity of teachers in conditions of social transformation”

3. Prof. Jane Lu, Taichung, Taiwan, “Creativity and Mental Issues – Behavioral Patterns in Higher Education”

4. Prof. Liudmila Karamushka, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Mental Status of Educational Staff: are they related to the organizational culture of educational Institutions?”

5. Dr. Monica Elisabeta Paduraru, Bucharest, Romania, “Coping strategies for the exam stress”

6. Dr. Olha Savychenko, Dr. Natalia Portnytska, Zhytomyr, Ukraine, “Pilot study of stigmatization of mental health problems in the Ukrainian educational environment”

7. Dr. Camelia Stăiculescu, Dr. Elena-Ramona Richițeanu-Năstase, Bucharest, Romania, “University dropout. Causes and solutions”

8. Valeria Yudina, Dr. Tatiana Danylova, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Mental health problems and the ways of solving them through the eyes of Ukrainian high school students”

9. Christos Tsiongas, Dr. Christos Zilidis, Dr. Evangelos C. Fradelos, Dr. Konstantinos Tsaras, Dr. Dimitrios Papagiannis, Dr. Ioanna V. Papathanasiou, Thessaly, Greece, “Alcohol Use and Mental Health Status Among University Students in Greece”



Section 6

Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches in MHC

(Venue – NAES, aud. 322, Sitchovykh Striltsiv 52d)


Chair: Andrew J. Jones, MPH, International Medical Corps (USA) in Ukraine

Moderator: Dr. Maryna Dvornyk, Institute for Social and Political Psychology, (Ukraine)

Reports:

1. Andrew J. Jones, MPH, International Medical Corps, Ukraine, Opening Remarks: “Reflections of multidisciplinary approaches in mental health care, linking psychosocial

support in the continuum of care”

2. Anna Kogut, (Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv, Ukraine), “Multidisciplinary approach to survey the phenomenon of adherence to treatment in Diabetes Mellitus Patients”

3. Dr. Diana Shtryhol (Kharasin National University, Ukraine), Dr. Larysa Spitsina (Zaporizhya National University), “Attitude to supervision as the form of professional support: survey results of the of helping professions’ specialists”

4. Iryna Natalushko, MA/art therapist, CITRI Fulbright Scholar |Ukraine, “Art-therapy informed trauma integration: the Instinctual Trauma Response method”


Innovative report

NDSAN Network, Italy,: “Re.New.All Skills - Real Estate New Alternative Skills”


Seminar\discussion “Agression of militaries with disabilities”

Research contributions:

1. Dr. Olena Andriienko, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Protecting Mental Health in an Epoch of Virtualization”

2. Anna Kogut, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Multidisciplinary approach to survey the phenomenon of adherence to treatment in Diabetes Mellitus Patients”

3. Dr. Eduard Krainikov, Dr. Eugene Prokopovich, Thais Bezkrovna, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Personality features of pet owners”

4. Dr. Tetiana Melnychuk, Dr. Alla Dushka, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Features of using the metaphorical associative cards in support of sanogenic potential”

5. Prof Katerina Milutina, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Relationship between indicators of a person's mental health and attitude to pets”

6. Dr. Maria Nakonechna, Nizhyn, Ukraine, “Intersubjectness as a Resource to Maintain Mental Health”

7. Prof. Mykola Papucha, Nizhyn, Ukraine, “Psychological Health of a Person: Theoretical Issues”

8. Dr. Anneta Christidou, Prof. Panagiotis Plageras, Dr. Evangelos C. Fradelos, Dr. Konstantinos Tsaras, Dr. Dimitrios Papagiannis, Dr. Ioanna V. Papathanasiou, Thessaly, Greece, “Emotional Intelligence and Caring Behaviors of Mental Health Nurses in Greece”

9. Dr. Diana Shtryhol, Dr. Larysa Spitsina, Kharkiv, Zaporizhya, Ukraine, “Attitude to supervision as a form of professional support of specialists: the results of a survey of specialists helping professions in Ukraine”

10. Dr. Oksana Strilchuk, Kyiv, Ukraine, “The cognitive methods of protection the adolescences’ mental health in the World Wide Web”

11. Prof. Tetiana Tytarenko, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Psychological Health Restoration as a Way of Socio-Psychological Rehabilitation of a Person”

12. Dr. Maria Liana Lacatus, Bucharest, Romania, “Rational and irrational in decision making processes. An economic perspective”

13. Dr. Robert Alexandru Mihailia, Bucharest, Romania, “Impact of modern communication technologies on mental health”


Section 7

MHC and Mass-Media

(Venue - NAES)

Chair: Prof. Lyubov Naydonova, Doctor of Science, member-correspondent of NAES of Ukraine, Deputy Director in Science. Head of Department of Mass Communication Psychology and Media Education, Institute for Social and Political Psychology, NAES of Ukraine

Moderator: Dr. Natalia Obukhova, Institute for Social and Political Psychology, (Ukraine)

Reports:

1. Prof. Liubov Naydionova, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Media literacy as factor of mental health in conditions of information war”

2. Dr. Julia Chaplinska, Institute for Social and Political Psychology, NAES of Ukraine, “Peculiarities of parasocial relations with robots among Ukrainian pupils”

3. Dr. Nataliya Cherepovska, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Psychological support of combatants by means of mediapsychology in group work”

4. Dr. Iryna Bondarevska, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Role of mediapsychology in citizenship education”

5. Dr. Natalia Obukhova, Lyudmila Cherkashina, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Psychological effect of the sensory room in the day-care center for children and youth with disabilities”

6. Prof. Lyubov Naydonova, Nadiia Diatel, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Extreme selfies, cybersport, self-harm, suicide groups and other practices risky for mental health of adolescents”


Research contributions:

1. Dr. Olesya Bik, Lviv, Ukraine, “Preserving human mental health through control of pathogenic text in mass media by means of indexing and marking”

2. Dr. Olena Voznesenska, Kyiv, Ukraine, “Media-art-therapy for mental health care”


Master-classes and workshops session: (Venue - NAES)

Moderator-tutors:

1. Dr. Maria Liana Lacatus, A.S.E., Romania

Topic: Choices and decisions making

(Venue – NAES, aud. 322, Sitchovykh Striltsiv 52d)

2. Dr. Camelia Staiculescu and Dr. Elena Ramona Richiteanu-Nastase A.S.E., Romania

Topic: Students counselling for a better mental health

(Venue- NAES, library of UME, Sitchovykh Striltsiv, 52d)

3. Dr. Marin Aurel Dramnescu and Dr. Vladimir Aurelian Enachescu, A.S.E., Romania

Topic: Behind the curtain. The dream between desire and interpretation

(Venue- NAES, Hall of Council, aud. 510, Institute of gifted child, Sichovykh Striltsiv 52d)

4. Dr. Monica Elisabeta Paduraru, A.S.E., Romania

Topic: Stress management for mental health

(Venue - NAES, Conference-Hall, Sichovykh Striltsiv 52a )

5. Dr. Daniela Dumitru and Dr. Robert Alexandru Mihaila, A.S.E., Romania

Topic: Critical thinking and reasoning. A good start for a healthy mental life

(Venue – NAES, Event Hall, Institute of Pedagogy, Sichovykh Striltsiv 52d)

6. Dr. Liudmyla Musychko, Nataliia Kanska, KNEU, Ukraine

Topic: Workaholism as a demonstration of professional deformation of a personality

(Venue – NAES, room 418, Institute of Pedagogy, Sichovykh Striltsiv 52d)


Q&A SESSION. FOLLOW-UP of THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MENTAL HEALTH CARE “MENTAL HEALTH: GLOBAL CHALLENGES OF XXI CENTURY”

(Venue – NAES, Event Hall, Institute of Pedagogy, Sichovykh Striltsiv 52d)