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About conference

55th International conference on Psychology & Stress Management [ICPSM-2023] is organized by Conference series LLC Ltd  which focuses on " Insights into Progressive Lookup in Addiction and Psychiatry" [ICPSM-2023]. which will be held from May 25-26, 2023  Milan, Italy  PSYCHOLOGY-2023 assembling all Psychologists and Psychiatrists, Stress Researchers, Public health professionals, Scientists, Academic Scientists, Industry Researchers, Scholars to alternate their superior lookup and work on Stress Management. The Conference will feature Webinar educational programs including panels, workshops, affinity group lunches, paper presentations, and scientific sessions by reputed psychiatrists from all over the World  to the Global Conference Session on  Psychology & Stress Management- [ICPSM-2023].

PSYCHOLOGY-2023 [ICPSM-2023] will be a great platform for exchanging new ideas and research. This gathering will provide networking sessions for Scientists, key note speakers , Professors, Business AssistantsStudents, and individuals from all psychologists . It also helps in continuing education opportunities and quality information shared by Keynote Speakers, Symposia, hands-on workshops, and exhibition.

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Session & tracks

1.Adolescent Psychology

Psychology [ICPSM-2023].is the investigation of mind and behavior, grasping all parts of conscious and unconscious experience and in addition thought. It is a scholastic train which tries to comprehend people and gatherings by setting up general standards and by investigating particular cases. In this field, an expert professional or analyst is known as a psychologist and is named a social, behavioral, or psychological researcher. Therapists endeavor to comprehend part of mental capacities in individual and social conduct, while additionally investigating the physiological and organic procedures that underlie psychological capacities and practices. Analysts investigate mental procedures and conduct, including observation, comprehension, consideration, feeling, knowledge, phenomenology, inspiration (conation), cerebrum working and identity. Psychology is depicted as a "hub science", with mental discoveries connecting to research and viewpoints from the social sciences, natural sciences, medicine, humanities and philosophy.

2.Addicition &Psychology

Psychology[ICPSM-2023] difficulties like depression, anxiety, PTSD, stress often leads an individual towards substance abuse and using these substances often worsen the Psychology. Mental illness and substance abuse often occur together, and it is called Dual Diagnosis or Co-Occurring Disorder. Following are the Psychology problems occur frequently with addiction. Anxiety, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Eating Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia and Personality Disorders.

  • Alcohol addiction
  • Opioid dependence
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Drug use and toxicity

3.Adult &Geriatric psychiatry

Geriatric psychiatry [ICPSM-2023]. is a sub speciality of psychiatry which deals with the study, prevention and treatment of mental disorders in human with old age. It emphasizes the psychological and biological aspects of normal ageing. Geriatric psychiatry emphasizes the biological and psychological aspects of normal aging, the psychiatric effect of acute and chronic physical illness, and the biological and psychosocial aspects of the pathology of primary psychiatric disturbances of older age.

  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Depression
  • Geriatric counselling
  • Dementia

4.Child psychology

Child psychology [ICPSM-2023]. is the weigher of the subliminal and cognitive improvement of childhood. Child psychologists observe how a child interacts with his guardians, himself and the world, to achieve his mental development. Child psychologists can also distinguish irregular practices early, offer assistance to distinguish the root of common behavioral problems such as learning problems, hyperactivity or discomfort, and offer assistance to children at work in the event of early childhood injuries. They can also offer assistance in avoiding, evaluating and analyzing training delays or variations from the norm such as autism. Child psychology reflects on the interaction of some primary areas of development: child brain research is one of the many branches of brain research and one of the regions of strength examined as often as possible.

5.Clinical psychology

Clinical psychology [ICPSM-2023] is a branch of psychology which concerns with practical application of research methodologies and involved in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. The professionals, clinical psychologists classify their basic activities in three main headings, which are assessment, treatment and research. Clinical psychologists are specialized in behaviour therapy, psychoanalysis, group therapy & family therapy. Research is very crucial in clinical psychology as their training in experimental clinical trials and statistical procedures and hence clinical psychologists are very important participants in the studies of Psychology care.

6.Forensic psychology

Forensic science [ICPSM-2023]. is that the application of psychology to the criminal justice system; it deals with the assessment and treatment of mentally disordered offenders and criminals. it's AN interface between mental state and law. principally individuals get confused between the rhetorical science and rhetorical science .so here we'll discuss on is rhetorical Science and rhetorical science related?? rhetorical psychologists of times influence legal problems, like public policies, and new laws .This topic has the wide scope which incorporates sociology studies, moral problems, Recent Challenges for science and law, recent development and advancement in rhetorical science, Prediction of violence and risk assessment and Case Studies

7.Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety disorders [ICPSM-2023]. are a category of mental illness. It's difficult to get through the day when you're anxious. Nervousness, panic, and terror are common symptoms, as are sweating and a racing heart. Medication and cognitive behavioural therapy  are among the options for treatment.

Anxiety is a normal human reaction that affects both the mind and the body. It performs an essential survival function: Anxiety is a warning mechanism that goes off whenever a person perceives a threat or danger. Physical symptoms of anxiety include a rapid heartbeat and respiration, tense muscles, sweaty palms, a queasy stomach, and trembling hands or legs when the body and mind react to danger or threat. These feelings are a result of the body's fight-or-flight reaction

8.Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia

Bipolar disorder [ICPSM-2023]. is a mental condition characterised by extreme mood fluctuations, at least one episode of mania (an elevated or heightened state of mind), and maybe multiple episodes of sadness. It is a mood condition that affects up to 4 million people in the United States. Schizophrenia is a persistent, severe, and debilitating mental condition characterised by psychotic symptoms, which indicate a loss of awareness of reality. Suicide, substance misuse, and other mental health issues are more common in people with either condition. Bipolar disorder is characterised by dramatic changes in energy, mood, and activity levels. Bipolar disorder causes a person to alternate between intense excitation, or mania, and depression. Schizophrenia is most commonly diagnosed in late adolescence or early infancy. The use of medicines and psychosocial assistance in conjunction with behaviour is successful. 

9.Emotional and Behavioral disorders

Emotional and behavioural disorders [ICPSM-2023]. (EBD) sometimes known as behavioural and emotional disorders  are a type of impairment that allows educational institutions to provide special education and related services to pupils who have shown inadequate social and/or academic progress. . Separation anxiety or another anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), particular or social phobia, obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, and/or an eating disorder are all possible diagnoses for students who engage in internalising behaviour

10.Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-traumatic stress disorder [ICPSM-2023]  (PTSD) is a mental health condition that's triggered by a terrifying event either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event.Most people who go through traumatic events may have temporary difficulty adjusting and coping, but with time and good self-care, they usually get better. If the symptoms get worse, last for months or even years, and interfere with your day-to-day functioning, you may have PTSD.PTSD symptoms are generally grouped into four types: intrusive memories, avoidance, negative changes in thinking and mood, and changes in physical and emotional reactions. Symptoms can vary over time or vary from person to person.

11.Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Psychiatric rehabilitation [ICPSM-2023]. is a type of treatment that focuses on restoring a person's ability to operate at their best and achieving their life goals. This is accomplished through the provision of medical, psychological, and social assistance. Treatment and rehabilitation are not mutually exclusive.Medicine, or a combination of medication and therapy, is often enough to help individuals return to a functional life. For others, rehabilitation may be the crucial last step in the therapeutic process. Treatment for mental illnesses usually consists of two parts: the treatment itself and rehabilitation.The goal of treatment is to alleviate the patient's symptoms of the condition.. Unlike physical illnesses, where medication or surgery may provide a complete cure, mental illnesses necessitate medication in addition to other forms of treatment.

12.Psychosomatic Medicine

Psychosomatic medicine[ICPSM-2023]. is an interdisciplinary medical field exploring the relationships among social, psychological, behavioral factors on bodily processes and quality of life in humans and animals.The academic forebear of the modern field of behavioral medicine and a part of the practice of consultation-liaison psychiatry, psychosomatic medicine integrates interdisciplinary evaluation and management involving diverse specialties including psychiatry, psychology, neurology, psychoanalysis, internal medicine, pediatrics, surgery, allergy, dermatology, and psychoneuroimmunology. Clinical situations where mental processes act as a major factor affecting medical outcomes are areas where psychosomatic medicine has competence

13.Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety, depression [ICPSM-2023].  and stress -just about everyone feels these emotions at some time. All are common reactions to life’s challenges, from losing a loved one to going through a divorce. On the surface they can look a lot alike, but there are distinct differences.If you often feel anxious or depressed for no apparent reason, you may have an anxiety disorder, depression, or both. It’s not unusual for someone to suffer from both conditions at the same time. In fact, just about half of those diagnosed with depression are also diagnosed with an anxiety disorder.Depression and anxiety are serious but treatable illnesses. The same medications may be used to ease symptoms of each condition. The two also share similar symptoms, like nervousness, irritability, insomnia and problems concentrating, but each has its own causes


Telemedicine[ICPSM-2023]. is the practise of providing health care over a long distance using technology, most often videoconferencing. Mental evaluations, treatment (individual, group, and family therapy), patient education, and medication monitoring are all examples of telepsychiatry, which is a subset of telemedicine. Telepsychiatry allows for direct communication between a psychiatrist and a patient. Psychiatrists that provide primary care practitioners with mental health consultation and expertise are also featured. Mental health care can be delivered through live, interactive communication. It may also require gathering medical information and sending it to a remote site for review.

15.Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive psychology [ICPSM-2023]. is the scientific study of the mental processes underlying behavior, a broad area of ​​research that includes the study of attention, perception, memory, language, reasoning, and problem solving. These research areas are strongly represented by the faculty of the Cognitive Psychology Program along with research on cognitive aging and cognitive neuroscience. The primary research method is behavioral experimentation with humans (both college-age adults and healthy seniors). Other important methods use neuroimaging technologies (such as fMRI and ERP), which allow us to correlate neural processing with cognitive function, eye-tracking technologies, which allow the study of reading and visual perception, and experimentation with populations. special neurologicals, whose deficits may inform our understanding of the effects of brain damage on normal cognition.

Market Analysis

Psychology and market research have a lot in common. In fact, many psychology professionals choose the realm of market research as a career path. Both disciplines seek to understand more about people— and approach that task through research. While the objectives and action taken from the results may vary, both use similar methodologies and processes to achieve their goals. Rather than thinking about these two disciplines separately, we want to learn about the basics of psychology and how to approach market research with psychological thinking in order to build a stronger foundation for research findings.




Psychology has been around since the late 1800’s when it got its start through the studies of Wilhelm Wundt. Today it’s the study of the human mind as it relates to our emotions, attitudes, thought processes, and ultimately our behaviors. There are a variety of specialty areas including consumer behavior, social, clinical, forensic, and so on. Within each specialty many tools are utilized; however, research is one of the most crucial ones. Starting with the scientific method like most “ologies,” psychology approaches a question by making observations, gathering data, forming theories, testing those theories, and interpreting results. Some of the most commonly used research methods include

Controlled experiments: often for the testing of treatments or solutions to a behavior
Case studies: for observational insights into behavior
Correlation studies: to understand relationships between behaviors
Other rigorous methods: brain scans, or other neural testing to understand subconscious factors of behavior



Participation/presentation Option

Oral Presentation: Oral presentations may cover research, theoretical, professional, or private practice topics in a concise manner. People with personal experience are also encouraged to submit personal experiences of particular research that help others in daily life.

Speakers with a 30-minute slot should maintain their speech for 20-25 minutes, and keynote speakers should maintain their speech for 40-45 minutes, with the remaining time to be used for FAQ and discussion by the chair of the meeting. the meeting session.

Workshop: For workshop presenters as well, the lecture topic will be the same as an oral presentation with more exclusive techniques and detailed demonstrations. The general duration of a workshop presentation is about 45-50 minutes. Interested participants can join their respective teams and present the workshop with their research coordinators with a special group upon registration.

Poster Presentation: The Student Poster Competition will be held during the ICD conference to encourage students and recent graduates to present their original research. The presenter's duration is about 5-7 minutes to present the poster, including questions and answers. FAQs will be asked by judges on presentation. This is an opportunity for young scientists to learn about the latest discoveries from their peers in order to develop their capacity as multidisciplinary researchers. The poster will be in 1x1 M long paper size.

For any other details on poster presentation and judging criteria, kindly check the poster presentation guidelines.

Webinar: The webinar presentation is designed for interested participants who are unable to attend in person due to scheduling conflicts or other obligations. In this option, the presenter can record the presentation and their presentation will be displayed in the webinar presentation session.

E-Poster: E-Poster is also like a webinar presentation. At this session, the E- poster will be displayed on the website page in the E-poster category and the presenter's abstract will be published in the conference memento and in the journal with DOI.

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Abstract Submission Guidelines

How to submit an abstract/article?

Abstract submissions invite all of you to submit abstracts on Psychology 2023 topics. Please see the submission guidelines below.

Full abstracts accepted for registered attendees will be published in the open-access conference support journal and conference memorabilia.

Submit your abstracts via the online ABSTRACT SUBMISSION link

Abstracts should be submitted in English and should be between 250 and 300 words, along with a 60-70 word presenter biography.

Submissions are welcome on all topics related to the dentistry conference.

The presenting author must provide the following details: presenter's full name, affiliation details: department, institution/hospital, country, phone number, email address, and photo

For co-authors, the following details are required: Full names and affiliation details such as the name of the department, institute/organization, and country should be included

All abstracts will be reviewed by a review committee approved by the ICD Conference Review Committee. The final decision will be taken by committee members.

All accepted abstract presenters will need to register and book a slot to attend the conference.

Request you to note your affiliation and abstract title in the final program and in the journal will appear exactly as you submit them. Please, therefore, follow the guidelines provided as to the required format and the Letter of Acceptance does not imply any travel grant or scholarship.

Next steps
A confirmation email will be sent to you after successful acceptance of the abstract by the members of the organizing committee. If the abstract is accepted, presenters must confirm the presenter(s) and reserve a slot to confirm their attendance at the conference. Failure to do so may result in your paper being excluded from the Dentistry 2023 conference program.

How to complete the registration?
To complete registration, visit the ONLINE REGISTRATION PAGE where the following registration categories are available

Applicants from academia/academic backgrounds should register their application under the academic category

Registration options available in this category: Oral presentation | Poster Presentation | Registration of delegates | Package A (includes your registration and 2 nights accommodation) | Package B (includes your registration and 3 nights accommodation) | Online

For businessmen the registration will be in Business category
Registration options available in this category: Speaker Registration | Registration of delegates | Package A (includes your registration and 2 nights accommodation) | Package B (includes your registration and 3 nights accommodation) | Advertising | Exhibitor

Participants who are still pursuing their studies will register in the student category.

Registration options available in this category: Speaker Registration | Poster presentation | Registration of delegates | Package (includes registration and 2 nights accommodation).

Outside of any category mentioned above, please email [email protected] or WhatsApp +44 7360538394 for GROUP REGISTRATION, ADDITIONAL NIGHT ACCOMMODATION, ADVANCE TOKEN PAYMENT, MORE A PRESENTATION, etc. These options are available upon special request and discussion with management.

VISA requirements

The Psychology 2023 Organizing Committee hereby reiterates that we are NOT involved in VISA processing. We can help you by providing supporting documents such as an invitation letter, abstract acceptance letter, and registration payment receipt.

You may need to submit additional documents along with these documents to the embassy.

Invitation Letter: The official invitation letter is proof that your submitted paper and registration request are accepted by the conference board. It will be indicated in English and can help you with your visa application.

* Only registered participants will receive an official invitation letter

* Participants must complete registration and submit authenticated information to obtain an official invitation letter [i.e. passport (scanned copy), date of birth, mobile phone number, physical address, and a photograph].

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• Official invitation letters will be provided only to attend the conference.


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