41 NACIACP 2015 Supplementary Announcement

41st NACIACP 2015
Supplementary Announcement
Organizing Committee of 41st NACIACP 2015 wishes “Happy New Year”.
On request of many, the registration date of the conference has been extended
as follows:
Last date for registration without late fee
Last date for registration with late fee
Last date for submission of abstracts
Last date for submission of full paper
Last Date for registering for
Pre-conference workshop
30th November 2014
31st December 2014
31st December 2014
31st December 2014
31st December 2014
Spot registration for Pre-conference Workshop is not accepted. Practicing Clinical Psychology
Professionals with CRR number (in-force or due for renewal) are eligible to register for the Preconference Workshop. Maximum intake is 25. If there are any vacancies, M.Phil Clinical
Psychology Trainees from RCI recognized centers, currently undergoing training, will be given
preference. The trainees however, are not eligible for the CRE points. The trainees can contact
Dr.Ritu Sharma Organizing Secretary, email ID: [email protected] after the Last Date
(31/12/14) for any vacancy.
The following activities have been scheduled in addition to the Scientific
Program already announced.
February 7, 2015, 11.45 – 12.45 p.m.
Symposium – 4 (Lecture Theater 2): From Intervention to Preparedness: Role of Military
Psychology in National Security
A) Personality Profiling for High Risk Job: Challenges for National Security –Dr. Y.K.Nagle,
B) Assessment of Affect: An Objective Approach for Selection of Officers of Indian Armed
Forces. Dr.Nishi Misra, DIPR, DRDO, Delhi
C) Gathering of People: A Challenge for National Security – Dr. Suresh Kumar, DIPR, DRDO,
D) Suicide and Suicide Contagion: A Threat to National Security – Dr.Kalpana Anand, DIPR,
DRDO, Delhi
February 8, 2015, 2.15 – 3.15 p.m.
Symposium – 6 (Lecture Theater 2): Research Findings on Therapist’s Variables among
Clinical Psychology Professionals in India
A) Therapist’s Variables and Psychotherapy Processes – Dr.Naveen Grover, Assistant Professor,
IHBAS, Delhi
B) Training and Supervision Variables among Clinical Psychology Professionals in India –
KanikaMalik, PhD Scholar, Department of Clinical Psychology, NIMHANS, Bangalore
C) Therapeutic Identity among Clinical Psychology Professionals in India – Amanpreet Kaur,
Clinical Psychologist, Delhi
D) Therapist’s Comfort among Clinical Psychology Professionals in India – Alisha Arora, Clinical
Psychologist, Delhi
February 8, 2015, 04 – 04.45 p.m.
Workshop – 2 (Lecture Theater 1): by Dr.Ramaa, Professor of Special Education, Regional
Institute of Education (NCERT), Mysore
Interventional Strategies for Learning Disabilities: Evidence Based Practices
The Chairman
Organizing Committee - 41st NACIACP 2015
Raksha Shakti University
Ahmedabad – 380 016