Stress-Relief Mind Training – 57th Mind&Brain International Neuropsychiatric Congress

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Mind&Brain is an International Neuropsychiatric Congress which will be held for the 57th time in Pula, Croatia from May 24th to 27th 2017.

Main themes of the congress are recent advances in neuroimaging & treatment, depression, eating disorders, personality disorders, neuro-psychoanalysis, multiple sclerosis, dementia, and stroke.

We will present N2SED Stress-Relief Mind Training workshop to all the participants of the Congress.

Objective: The main intention of our workshop is that all the participants get a simple and most up-to-date understanding of stress-relief mind training and its implications, followed by 15-minute practical demonstration for everyone.

Abstract: Everybody wants to experience pleasure, be happy and calm. Nobody wants to be disturbed, experience stress, conflicts, and pain. Despite that aspiration, most of the people are not reaching that goal. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression and other mental health conditions are on the rise globally. It is estimated that by 2020, depression will be the second-leading cause of work disability and by 2030, it is expected to be the largest contributor to disease burden. Those facts are horrifying.

Stress does not happen by itself. Stress has its causes. An oak also does not happen by itself. An acorn is the main cause of an oak. If stress was a choice, nobody would experience it, isn’t it? Since nobody wants to experience stress; stress would not occur. Stress is the effect of different causes and conditions.

By recognizing and eliminating the causes and conditions of stress; stress can be eliminated. Stress-relief mind training is a set of powerful tools to do it effectively.

Preliminary program 2017

For more information and registration visit:

Location: Hotel Park Plaza Histria, Verudela 17, 52 100 Pula – Google Mapa