6th MENTAL HEALTH Conference / Zagreb-Croatia
We had the pleasure of explaining the Trilogos Method at this emerging and increasingly important international congress for the fifth year in a row.
As always, we were quite happy and grateful for the opportunity to present the Trilogos Method—this time the fifth year in a row—at this up-and-coming, increasingly important and by now international congress.
We were again able to get Prof. Dr. Michael Noah Weiss (philosopher and educator at the University of South-Eastern Norway, Oslo, and TRILOGOS graduate) to hold a digital-virtual lecture at this year’s congress.
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The congress was a hybrid event allowing for both on-site and virtual presentations, all of which were conducted in English.
Traditionally, this international, Eastern European conference has been hosted by the Mental Health Association of South-Eastern Europe (MHASEE), the University of Zagreb and the Croatian Psychiatric Association. This year, it took place from October 13 through October 15, 2022.
Die mentale Gesundheit stand wie gewohnt im Zentrum des Interesses.
The three-day conference covered an extremely diverse spectrum of pressing questions about current status of and solutions to:
anxiety disorders; alcohol and drug abuse; autism; bipolar disorder; child and adolescent mental health; depression disorders and more.
This year again, 22 speakers were recruited from among top-tier international experts.
They consisted of:
Mental health professionals (psychiatrists, trainees, psychologists, sociologists, social workers, nurses);
Medical professionals (MDs, trainees, social workers, nurses);
Students (PhD, master’s, undergraduate);
Stakeholders (NGOs, legal professionals).
For your convenience, we’ve uploaded Prof. Weiss’ presentation on YouTube. Recordings from congresses dating further back are archived on www.mhasee.ro
Please feel free to listen in