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Challenges in Child Mental Health
November 4, 2013
 
On November 04, 2013, One day workshop on “Challenges in Child Mental Health” was held by Dr. Anjum Bashir consultant Neuro Psychiatrist and Dr. Eaisha Tareen, Clinical Psychologist, from England with the help of Special Education and Training Center, Johar Town, Lahore.
Around 50 participants from concerned fields such as Special Education Teachers, Clinical Psychologist, Psychiatrist, and Pediatrician, Play Therapist, Parents and the Students were there to contribute in this healthy and interactive discussion. Different issues were highlighted in the workshop such as, Child Sexual Abuse, Child Labor, Terrorism, Parenting, Media’s  Impact, Bullying, that are putting great deal of impact on the Child’s Mental Health. Experts emphasized many challenges faced by Psychiatrist and Clinical Psychologist as well as Parents of Special Children.
And later solutions of those challenges were also discussed by all the experts.  It was also lighted upon that what should be our goals as a Clinical Psychologist, Psychiatrist, and Special Education Teacher and as Parent while treating these Children. 
The workshop was chaired by Dr. Zahid Mahmood Chairman, Department of Clinical Psychology Department, UMT, Lahore he concluded the whole discussion with the beautiful phrase that
“It’s not the child; it’s the childhood that is vulnerable”.
 
 
 
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