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Keynote Speakers

Jian-Bin Li Jian-Bin Li

The Education University of Hong Kong. China

COVID-19 and Adolescent Mental Health

Mateu Servera Mateu Servera

University of the Balearic Islands. Spain

Children with Slow Cognitive Tempo: Are we ready for a diagnosis and treatment?

JILL EHRENREICH JILL EHRENREICH

University of Miami. United States

The Promise and Pitfalls of Transdiagnostic Approaches to Treatment for Youth with Emotional Disorders

Applied Sessions

Ginny Sprang Ginny Sprang

University of Kentucky. United States

Caregiver and Child Mental Health in the Wake of a Pandemic: A Tale of Two Pandemics

Esther CalveteEsther Calvete

University of Deusto. Spain

Child-to-parent violence: Solving the puzzle to intervene

Ana Martínez y Laura MerinoAna Martínez y Laura Merino

University of Deusto. Spain

Post-divorce group intervention with boys and girls. Children’s Egokitzen

Maravillas AmorósMaravillas Amorós

Laude Newton College. Spain

How to detect psychological problems in the school context: Resources for prevention and intervention

MANUEL GÁMEZMANUEL GÁMEZ

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Spain

Promoting the proper use of the Internet and Smartphones among minors: From a risk management to education in values

OpEN questions

Kenneth Griffin Kenneth Griffin

George Mason University. United States

Incorporating Digital Content Into Drug and Violence Prevention Programming Delivered in Schools

Sara Lera Sara Lera

Hospital Clínic de Barcelona. Spain

Is online cognitive behavioral therapy effective and safe for the treatment of anxiety disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder?

Cristina Larroy Cristina Larroy

Complutense University of Madrid. Spain

Does remote psychotherapy really work?

SIMON PETER NEUMER SIMON PETER NEUMER

The Arctic University of Norway. Norway

Why should we prevent emotional disorders in children and adolescents?

Elena Hughet Elena Hughet

Private practice. Spain

What approaches are most appropriate in working with suicidal behavior?

Jonatan Molina Jonatan Molina

Private practice. Spain

Can ADHD be prevented?

Desiree Ruiz Desiree Ruiz

University Loyola Andalucía. Spain

How can we help to improve the management of type 1 diabetes in adolescents?

FRANCISCO ALCANTUD FRANCISCO ALCANTUD

University of Valencia. Spain

Differences in the diagnosis of ASD between men and women. Are Autism Spectrum Disorders, Male Disorders?

JO MAGNE INGUL JO MAGNE INGUL

Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Norway

Early identification of School Refusal, is it possible?

Miguel Ángel Carrasco Miguel Ángel Carrasco

National University of Distance Education. Spain

How to explain and address aggression in children and adolescents?

Concha López Concha López

University of Murcia. Spain 

What does the EMMA-CHILD VR system contribute to the therapy of traumatized minors?

Ana Rosa Sepúlveda

Autonomous University of Madrid. Spain 

How have etiological models advanced in eating disorders?

Simposiums

Jonatan MolinaJonatan Molina

Private practice. Spain

Casos clínicos en psicología infanto-juvenil. Estudio de casos en psicología clínica infantil

Agustin Ernesto MartínezAgustin Ernesto Martíneza

University of Alicante. Spain

Perspectiva integral del autismo: Dolor, síntomas gastro-intestinales, gut-microbiota y probióticos

Mateu Servera Mateu Servera

University of the Balearic Islands. Spain

Los fenotipos de la inatención en el niño: perfiles conductuales y neuropsicológicos

Ana Tur Ana Tur

University of Valencia. Spain

Proceso emocionales y comportamentales en la adolescencia

Denise Brend

Université Laval. Canada

The “other” in the helping relationship: examining child welfare professionals’ wellbeing, moral and relational needs in an era of trauma-informed care

Isabel Maria Costa Soares

University of Minho. Portugal

ProChild Collaborative Laboratory: Innovative models for child protection, mental health, early education, and social participation

Elisa Delvecchio

University of Perugia. Italy

The COVID-19 psychological impact in children. Evidence across different settings