Conference venue: Pullman Kuching - Hotel and Resort

13th International Conference on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology

Prof. Cecilia A. Essau – Conference Chair

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

 

It gives me great pleasure to invite you to the 13th International Conference on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology (ICCAP2018) in Kuching, Sarawak (on Borneo Island), Malaysia from the 6th to 8th August 2018. This will be the first time that the ICCAP will be hosted outside of London, UK.

 

The conference theme “Enhancing resilience in children, young people and families through innovative research, prevention and service development” will take an integrated global and multidisciplinary perspective. ICCAP2018 is therefore of relevance to researchers and academics who do research with children, young people and their families, as well as to practitioners and policy makers who work within youth mental health, education (schools), social work, and youth justice systems.

 

Kuching, the capital of Sarawak, with its romantic history and charm is not only a unique tourism destination, but also an ideal base from which to go exploring. Sarawak, famously known as the “Hidden Paradise of Borneo”, and with its rich cultures, heritage and natural wonders, offers an exotic range of attractions to see and things to do.

 

Come join us at the ICCAP2018 in Kuching from August 6 – 8, 2018 for a fruitful intellectual experience and enjoy the warm hospitality that is unique to Sarawakians.

 

We look forward to welcoming you to Kuching.

 

Prof Dr Cecilia A Essau, University of Roehampton

Chair, Organizing and Scientific Committees of the ICCAP2018

Keynote Speakers

Professor Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg
Professor Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg
Leiden University - The Netherlands
Child Maltreatment: Risk factors, consequences, and possibilities for prevention and intervention.
Professor David Daley
Professor David Daley
University of Nottingham - UK
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): From theory to practice
Professor Paul Delfabbro
Professor Paul Delfabbro
University of Adelaide - Australia
Youth gambling in a digital age: Understanding the risk and protective factors
Professor Emeritus Susan H. Spence
Professor Emeritus Susan H. Spence
Griffith University - Australia
Using new technologies to deliver psychosocial interventions for anxiety and depression in youth
Professor Alice M. Gregory
Professor Alice M. Gregory
Goldsmiths - University of London UK
Sleeping like a baby: Genetic and environmental influences on sleep in children and adolescents
Associate Professor Kylie M. Gray
Associate Professor Kylie M. Gray
Monash University - Australia
Current trends in the treatment of autism spectrum disorder in children
Assoc Professor Rachel Pye
Assoc Professor Rachel Pye
University of Reading Malaysia, Malaysia
Why learning to read is difficult, and what we can do about it?
Professor Ruzita Abd. Talib
Professor Ruzita Abd. Talib
Universiti Kebangsaan - Malaysia [UKM], Malaysia
Facilitators and barriers in childhood obesity intervention: Malaysian experiences
Professor Rebecca P. Ang
Professor Rebecca P. Ang
National Institute of Education, Singapore
Addressing child/adolescent aggression and antisocial behavior – The need for multipronged, school-wide approaches
Doctor Selvasingam Ratnasingam
Doctor Selvasingam Ratnasingam
Sarawak General Hospital - Kuching, Malaysia
Child and adolescent psychiatry - The Sarawak General Hospital experience
Professor Louise Arseneault
Professor Louise Arseneault
Institute of Psychiatry - London UK
The pervasive and persistent impact of childhood bullying victimization
Professor Cecilia A. Essau
Professor Cecilia A. Essau
University of Roehampton
Addressing mental health needs in schools

Symposium Chairs

Assoc. Prof. Rachel Pye

Assoc. Prof. Rachel Pye

University of Reading Malaysia - Malaysia


Prof. Chérie Armour

Prof. Chérie Armour

Ulster University - UK


Dr Abdul Rahman bin Ahmad Badayai

Dr Abdul Rahman bin Ahmad Badayai

National University of Malaysia - Malaysia


Dr Luna Centifanti

Dr Luna Centifanti

University of Liverpool, UK


Dr Iliana Magiati

Dr Iliana Magiati

National University of Singapore - Singapore


Dr Nadzirah Ahmad Basri

Dr Nadzirah Ahmad Basri

International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuantan, Malaysia


Assoc. Prof. Dr Bilge Uzun

Assoc. Prof. Dr Bilge Uzun

Bahçeşehir University- Istanbul, Turkey


Associate Professor Roseann Tan-Mansukhani

Associate Professor Roseann Tan-Mansukhani

De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines


Dr Beatriz Olaya Guzman

Dr Beatriz Olaya Guzman

Parc Sanitari Sant Joan de Déu-CIBERSAM, Barcelona, Spain


Dr Umar Toseeb

Dr Umar Toseeb

University of York, UK


Workshop speakers

Prof David Daley

University of Nottingham - UK


New Forest Parenting Programme: Intervention for Preschool ADHD

Dr Jean O’Callaghan

University of Roehampton, UK


Watch what you say! The power of language in therapeutic work for personal change

Assoc Prof Kylie M. Gray

Monash University, Australia


Best practice diagnostic assessment in autism

Prof Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg

Leiden University - The Netherlands


Video Feedback Intervention to Promote Positive Parenting

Lisa Gordon-Clark

University of Roehampton, UK


Play Therapy: Not “just playing”

Sharing Academic Experience

Prof. Alice M. Gregory and Prof. Louise Arseneault
Prof. Alice M. Gregory and Prof. Louise Arseneault
Goldsmiths, University of London, UK and Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK
Peer review articles: How to get articles accepted in high impact peer-review journals
Prof. Emeritus Susan H. Spence
Prof. Emeritus Susan H. Spence
Griffith University - Australia
Research proposal: How to be successful in securing external funding.

Invitation to Participate

Submit your papers before the 15th of May 2018

Abstract submission is now extended to May 15th!

Prices and Registration

Early bird is now extended to May 31st!

  Early bird registration

(before May 31, 2018)

Regular Registration

(after May 31, 2018)

On-Site Registration
Registration Fee International

– Regular rate

– Student rate

 

 

£230

£160

 

£300

£200

 

£350

£230

Registration Fee Local (Malaysian)

– Regular rate

– Student rate

 

£160

£120

 

 

£200

£150

 

£230

£180

Workshop

– International

– Local (Malaysian)

 

 

£30

£30

 

£50

£50

 

£55

£55

Gala dinner £30 £50  

Registration

Registration fee includes the conference package (conference programme, name badge), certificate of attendance, refreshments during the breaks, and lunches.

Please note that a certificate of attendance will be provided to presenters / co-authors who have registered and paid the conference fee, and who actually attended the conference by email following the congress.

 Confirmation

Each participant will receive the registration overview and email notification confirming the received payment and the amount outstanding after the completion of the Online Registration Form.

Cancellation / Refund policy

Registration fee will be refunded for cancellation received before April 15, 2018. But the charge fee will not be returned.

After April 15, 2018 there will be no refund.

Responsibility

The participant acknowledges that he/she has no right to lodge damage claims against the conference organizer should the event be hindered by unexpected events or generally by force majeure, or should the non-appearance of speakers or other reasons necessitate program changes. With registration, the participant accepts this proviso.

Travel Information

Pullman Kuching - Hotel and Resort

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