What is the AGENDA of this workshop?

Introducing our Psychological and Psychiatric Emergency Care course, specially designed for psychology students in South Asia. This comprehensive program equips aspiring psychologists with the knowledge and skills necessary to handle psychological and psychiatric emergencies effectively. Our course boasts trainers with over 40 years of experience in governmental, non-governmental, and private organisations, contributing their expertise to the course syllabus. These seasoned professionals bring a wealth of practical knowledge to the training, ensuring that students receive the most relevant and up-to-date information in the field. Take the first step towards becoming a compassionate therapist.

Who can ATTEND this workshop?

You are eligible to register if you are,


Psychology students,Law students, Sociology students,Engineering students



Social workers

Doctors, Nurses

Police people

It's basically open to the general public!

What will you LEARN at the end of this workshop?

Assess the need for psychological and psychiatric and emergency care.

Recognise the procedures, rights and ethics surrounding emergency and inpatient care using World Health Organisation standards

Understand the relationship between psychiatry and pharmacology, and how they relate to psychotherapy.

Gain an understanding of the initial stages of drug absorption and metabolism with respect to the human body.

Address the risks, adverse effects and benefits of medications as a psychotherapist.

Acquire skills needed to work collaboratively with psychiatrists.

Meet your TRAINER

What to EXPECT

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