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Attention: courses can only be taken on the same day if they are at different times, if they are at concurrent times, the system will not allow you to continue with registration.


See below the list of courses available for registration:
» 20/05/2024 - (09:00 - 18:00) | Curso Experiências Vividas | ABDA
» 20/05/2024 - (09:30 - 18:00) | Course 1 - Clinical pearls in the diagnosis of childhood mental disorders
» 20/05/2024 - (09:30 - 18:00) | Course 2 - Psychopharmacology
» 20/05/2024 - (09:30 - 13:00) | Course 3 - CBT for adolescents and young adults with ADH
» 20/05/2024 - (09:30 - 13:00) | Course 7 - Emotional regulation as a mental health parameter
» 20/05/2024 - (14:00 - 18:00) | Course 4 - Multimodal Cognitive Behavior Therapy for children with externalizing disorders
» 20/05/2024 - (14:00 - 18:00) | Course 6 - Clinical Application of ICD-11 in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Neurodevelopmental, Behavioral and Internalizing Disorders
» 20/05/2024 - (14:00 - 18:00) | Course 8 - Neuropsychological Assessment in Clinical Practice: How to effectively reconcile miscellaneous data. Real-cases presentation & discussion.



Curso Experiências Vividas | ABDA

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN PORTUGUESE.

Program

20, MAY | MONDAY

• | Room 05 |
09:00-18:00
PRE CONGRESS COURSE
Abertura
NEURODIVERSIDADE X TRANSTORNOS DO NEURODESENVOLVIMENTO: MALDIÇÃO OU VANTAGEM COMPETITIVA?
DA CIÊNCIA À HUMANIZAÇÃO: Os diferentes tipos de transtornos e seus desafios
NA PRIMEIRA PESSOA: EXPERIÊNCIAS REAIS
INCLUSÃO X INTEGRAÇÃO NAS ESCOLAS E EMPRESAS: Não adianta só convidar para a festa, é preciso chamar para dançar!
Almoço
SAÚDE MENTAL NA INFÂNCIA E ADOLESCÊNCIA: QUEBRANDO TABUS PARA DISSEMINAR INFORMAÇÃO CIENTÍFICA
PREVENÇÃO E DIAGNÓSTICO PRECOCE: O PODER DA TRANSFORMAÇÃO
ERA DIGITAL E OS DESAFIOS DE UMA GERAÇÃO EXCESSIVAMENTE CONECTADA: ARMAS NAS MÃOS?
Encerramento

Curso Experiências Vividas | ABDA

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN PORTUGUESE.


Amount

  Category Price
IACAPAP Individual members - High Income Countries (3) Free
IACAPAP Individual members - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) Free
IACAPAP Individual members - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (3) Free
IACAPAP Member Associations  - High Income Countries (3) Free
IACAPAP Member Associations  - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) Free
IACAPAP Member Associations - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries (3) Free
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - High Income Countries (2) Free
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Upper Middle Income Countries (2) Free
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (2) Free
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (ABENEPI) Free
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (FLAPIA) Free
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (SOPNIA) Free
Non Members  - High Income Countries* Free
IACAPAP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Free
Non Members  - Upper Middle Income Countries Free
Non Members  - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries* Free



Pre-Congress Course - Course 1 - Clinical pearls in the diagnosis of childhood mental disorders

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.

Program

20, MAY | MONDAY

• | Room 04 |
09:30-18:00
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: COURSE 1 - CLINICAL PEARLS IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF CHILDHOOD MENTAL DISORDERS
Reception and Well-Coming
ASD and ADHD comorbidity
Questions
Challenges in diagnosing ADHD with comorbid anxiety disorders
Questions
Heterogeneity of ASD diagnosis in children under 3 years of age
Questions
The challenges in ASD diagnosis in adolescence and early adulthood
Questions
Lunch Break
Diagnostic challenges in child and adolescent psychosis.
Questions
FAQs: Gender 201?
Questions
Diagnosis of psychiatric comorbidity in patients with ID
Questions
Break
Challenges in diagnosing and developing therapeutic plans for children and adolescents admitted to a Psychiatry Unit
Questions
Suicide prevention: interventions and treatments
Questions
Challenges in diagnosing OCD and Tics Disorders
Questions

Pre-Congress Course - Course 1 - Clinical pearls in the diagnosis of childhood mental disorders

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.


Amount

  Category Price
IACAPAP Individual members - High Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - High Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
IACAPAP Member Associations - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - High Income Countries (2) U$ 50,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Upper Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 50,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 50,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (ABENEPI) U$ 50,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (FLAPIA) U$ 50,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (SOPNIA) U$ 50,00
Non Members  - High Income Countries* U$ 50,00
IACAPAP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE U$ 50,00
Non Members  - Upper Middle Income Countries U$ 50,00
Non Members  - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries* U$ 50,00



Pre-Congress Course - Course 2 - Psychopharmacology

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.

Program

20, MAY | MONDAY

• | Room 08 |
09:30-18:00
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: COURSE 2 - PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
Developmental aspects of pediatric psychopharmacology
Questions
Autism spectrum disorder
Questions
Early-onset schizophrenia and psychotic disorders
Questions
Lunch Break
Bipolar disorder
Questions
Major depressive disorder
Questions
Anxiety disorders
Questions
Break
Disruptive behavior disorders and aggression
Questions
Thinking about prescribing: the psychology of psychopharmacology
Questions

Pre-Congress Course - Course 2 - Psychopharmacology

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.


Amount

  Category Price
IACAPAP Individual members - High Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - High Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
IACAPAP Member Associations - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 50,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - High Income Countries (2) U$ 50,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Upper Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 50,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 50,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (ABENEPI) U$ 50,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (FLAPIA) U$ 50,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (SOPNIA) U$ 50,00
Non Members  - High Income Countries* U$ 50,00
IACAPAP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE U$ 50,00
Non Members  - Upper Middle Income Countries U$ 50,00
Non Members  - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries* U$ 50,00



Pre-Congress Course - Course 3 - CBT for adolescents and young adults with ADH

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.

Program

20, MAY | MONDAY

• | Room 03 |
09:30-13:00
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: COURSE 3 - CBT FOR ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH ADH

Pre-Congress Course - Course 3 - CBT for adolescents and young adults with ADH

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.


Amount

  Category Price
IACAPAP Individual members - High Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - High Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - High Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Upper Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (ABENEPI) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (FLAPIA) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (SOPNIA) U$ 35,00
Non Members  - High Income Countries* U$ 35,00
IACAPAP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE U$ 35,00
Non Members  - Upper Middle Income Countries U$ 35,00
Non Members  - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries* U$ 35,00



Pre-Congress Course - Course 7 - Emotional regulation as a mental health parameter

Behavioral sciences have traditionally left emotions out of the equation, of its scope of study. Everything related to the scientific study of the brain reported functions related to consciousness, such as: attention, perception, judgment, decision making, problem solving andmemory. Although neuroscience has brought to light the protagonism of emotions, in the second half of the nineties, mental health sciences have not yet definitively added the topic of emotional regulation to their clinical protocols. At the beginning of the 2000s, Caminha (2002) developed
an emotional regulation model for the treatment of children and adolescents, and this model was clinically improved and published in clinical instrument called the Regulation Triad Deck (2022). At the In this instrument, emotional regulation is worked on, taking as a starting point departure from empathy, precisely because this is the function that promotes emotional self-awareness. The instrument is structured with exercises original clinicians, having neurosciences, biology behavior and cognitive psychotherapies, organized in the form of three modalities, emotions, cognitions and behaviors, understanding that such functionsThey are interrelated and have an emotional base as a starting point. The instrument also expands the concept of regulation to the functions not only of emotions, but also cognitions and behaviors.

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN PORTUGUESE.

Program

20, MAY | MONDAY

• | Room 07 |
09:30-13:00
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: COURSE 7 - EMOTIONAL REGULATION AS A MENTAL HEALTH PARAMETER

Pre-Congress Course - Course 7 - Emotional regulation as a mental health parameter

Behavioral sciences have traditionally left emotions out of the equation, of its scope of study. Everything related to the scientific study of the brain reported functions related to consciousness, such as: attention, perception, judgment, decision making, problem solving andmemory. Although neuroscience has brought to light the protagonism of emotions, in the second half of the nineties, mental health sciences have not yet definitively added the topic of emotional regulation to their clinical protocols. At the beginning of the 2000s, Caminha (2002) developed
an emotional regulation model for the treatment of children and adolescents, and this model was clinically improved and published in clinical instrument called the Regulation Triad Deck (2022). At the In this instrument, emotional regulation is worked on, taking as a starting point departure from empathy, precisely because this is the function that promotes emotional self-awareness. The instrument is structured with exercises original clinicians, having neurosciences, biology behavior and cognitive psychotherapies, organized in the form of three modalities, emotions, cognitions and behaviors, understanding that such functionsThey are interrelated and have an emotional base as a starting point. The instrument also expands the concept of regulation to the functions not only of emotions, but also cognitions and behaviors.

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN PORTUGUESE.


Amount

  Category Price
IACAPAP Individual members - High Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - High Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - High Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Upper Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (ABENEPI) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (FLAPIA) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (SOPNIA) U$ 35,00
Non Members  - High Income Countries* U$ 35,00
IACAPAP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE U$ 35,00
Non Members  - Upper Middle Income Countries U$ 35,00
Non Members  - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries* U$ 35,00



Pre-Congress Course - Course 4 - Multimodal Cognitive Behavior Therapy for children with externalizing disorders

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.

Program

20, MAY | MONDAY

• | Room 03 |
14:00-18:00
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: COURSE 4 - MULTIMODAL COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY FOR CHILDREN WITH EXTERNALIZING DISORDERS

Pre-Congress Course - Course 4 - Multimodal Cognitive Behavior Therapy for children with externalizing disorders

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.


Amount

  Category Price
IACAPAP Individual members - High Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - High Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - High Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Upper Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (ABENEPI) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (FLAPIA) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (SOPNIA) U$ 35,00
Non Members  - High Income Countries* U$ 35,00
IACAPAP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE U$ 35,00
Non Members  - Upper Middle Income Countries U$ 35,00
Non Members  - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries* U$ 35,00



Pre-Congress Course - Course 6 - Clinical Application of ICD-11 in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Neurodevelopmental, Behavioral and Internalizing Disorders

Course Overview:

This pre-congress course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the clinical application of the ICD-11 guidelines in child and adolescent psychiatry, with a specific focus on neurodevelopmental, behavioral, and internalizing disorders. Participants will gain practical insights into how to recognize and manage these disorders based on the latest ICD-11 classifications.

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify the main diagnostic criteria and clinical characteristics of neurodevelopmental, behavioral and internalizing disorders in children and adolescents according to ICD-11.
2. Apply ICD-11 guidelines in the evaluation and differential diagnosis of these groups of disorders.
3. Discuss evidence-based management strategies and treatment considerations for each disorder category.
4. Analyze case studies to reinforce understanding and application of ICD-11 principles in real-world clinical settings.

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN THE SPANISH LANGUAGE.

Program

20, MAY | MONDAY

• | Room 06 |
14:00-18:00
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: COURSE 6 - CLINICAL APPLICATION OF ICD-11 IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY: NEURODEVELOPMENTAL, BEHAVIORAL AND INTERNALIZING DISORDERS
Section 1: Neurodevelopmental Disorders (NDDs)
Section 2: Behavioral Disorders, including Disruptive Behavior Disorders
Section 3: Internalizing Disorders

Pre-Congress Course - Course 6 - Clinical Application of ICD-11 in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Neurodevelopmental, Behavioral and Internalizing Disorders

Course Overview:

This pre-congress course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the clinical application of the ICD-11 guidelines in child and adolescent psychiatry, with a specific focus on neurodevelopmental, behavioral, and internalizing disorders. Participants will gain practical insights into how to recognize and manage these disorders based on the latest ICD-11 classifications.

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify the main diagnostic criteria and clinical characteristics of neurodevelopmental, behavioral and internalizing disorders in children and adolescents according to ICD-11.
2. Apply ICD-11 guidelines in the evaluation and differential diagnosis of these groups of disorders.
3. Discuss evidence-based management strategies and treatment considerations for each disorder category.
4. Analyze case studies to reinforce understanding and application of ICD-11 principles in real-world clinical settings.

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN THE SPANISH LANGUAGE.


Amount

  Category Price
IACAPAP Individual members - High Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - High Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - High Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Upper Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (ABENEPI) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (FLAPIA) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (SOPNIA) U$ 35,00
Non Members  - High Income Countries* U$ 35,00
IACAPAP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE U$ 35,00
Non Members  - Upper Middle Income Countries U$ 35,00
Non Members  - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries* U$ 35,00



Pre-Congress Course - Course 8 - Neuropsychological Assessment in Clinical Practice: How to effectively reconcile miscellaneous data. Real-cases presentation & discussion.

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.

Program

20, MAY | MONDAY

• | Room 07 |
14:00-18:00
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: COURSE 8 - NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT IN CLINICAL PRACTICE: HOW TO EFFECTIVELY RECONCILE MISCELLANEOUS DATA. REAL-CASES PRESENTATION & DISCUSSION.

Pre-Congress Course - Course 8 - Neuropsychological Assessment in Clinical Practice: How to effectively reconcile miscellaneous data. Real-cases presentation & discussion.

ATTENTION: COURSE TEACHED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.


Amount

  Category Price
IACAPAP Individual members - High Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Individual members - Low & Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - High Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations  - Upper Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
IACAPAP Member Associations - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries (3) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - High Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Undegraduate students, post-graduate students, Master‘s, Fellow - Upper Middle Income Countries (2) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (ABENEPI) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (FLAPIA) U$ 35,00
Members os LATAM Supporting Associations (SOPNIA) U$ 35,00
Non Members  - High Income Countries* U$ 35,00
IACAPAP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE U$ 35,00
Non Members  - Upper Middle Income Countries U$ 35,00
Non Members  - Low&Lower Middle Income Countries* U$ 35,00



 

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Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22620-220


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