Middle East Psychological Association Conference And Expo
Awareness , Resourcefulness, Collaboration
The 2022 Conference and Expo aim to raise awareness and further destigmatize the perception of the Mental Health field within the Middle East region. The conference will allow participants the opportunity to collaborate with numerous professionals and colleagues in addition to providing updates on current topics, trends, theories, techniques, products, and research within the field of Psychology.
This virtual MEPA Conference and Expo is a vital one of a kind event within the field of Psychology in the Middle East because is designed to benefit any individual with an interest in Psychology. The field of psychology is a fundamental one in everyone’s’ life and this event is here to help to enhance people’s well-being. This event attracts psychological centers and clinics, hospitals, and schools. In addition, rehabilitation and treatment centers, companies interested in providing happiness and retention of their employees, and lastly the general community who is interested in enhancing their daily living.
Furthermore, presenters are experts from all over the world ready to share their knowledge and experience with the audience. This unique conference will provide three different tracks: for professionals, students, and for the general community.
The Middle East Psychological Association (MEPA) was established in November 2010, to unify psychologists and other mental health practitioners in the Middle East. The Middle East Psychological Association has several goals. For one, it aims to unify all of the psychologists and mental health clinicians in the Middle East. The organization also aims to be a resource for the Middle East community and to destigmatize the practice of psychology, which has traditionally been seen as a Western phenomenon. The Middle East Psychological Association will also provide ongoing professional development activities in the form of workshops, training, and public information for both consumers of mental health resources and social service professionals.