“Stress is more accurate pressure is an unavoidable part of everyday life.”

Stress is the feeling of being under too much mental and emotional pressure. Pressure turns into stress when you feel unable to cope with the situation. Stress can affect how you feel, how you think, how you behave and how your body works. Stress is not itself an illness but it can cause serious illness if not tackled. The early signs of stress are high blood pressure, anxiety and depression.

Depression is characterized by a number of common symptoms include a persistent sad, anxious, “empty” mood and feeling hopelessness (or) pessimism that lasts everyday for week or end.


At the end of the conference all the delegates will be able to,

  • Update the knowledge regarding stress and depression
  • Gain insight into psychosocial sketch process & adaptation model.
  • Identify the new treatment modalities and therapies in stress and depression.
  • Enrich the Knowledge about psychiatric emergencies and crisis intervention.