Al-Ahliyya Amman University organised a forum on women’s health entitled “Women’s Mental Health and its Repercussions on the Family and Society” in partnership with the Doha International Family Institute
Doha International Family Institute (DIFI), in partnership with the Behavioral Healthcare Center (Daam) in Doha, organized a workshop on January 31, titled Marital Relationships and Mental and Behavioral Health Disorders.
The workshop, targeting psychologists and social specialists, was presented by Dr. Mamoun Mobayed, Consultant Psychiatrist and Director of the Treatment and Rehabilitation Department, Daam. The discussion covered a wide range of topics related to mental and behavioral health within marital relationships.
The workshop delved into behavioral and psychological disorders affecting marriages, including the different forms and types of mental and behavioral health disorders, their impact, the importance of early detection, diagnosis, intervention, and the ways to deal with them within the marital institution.
The workshop held in preparation for the next international conference organized by DIFI, a member of the Qatar Foundation (QF), in partnership with the League of Arab States, which is taking place from February 23-25, and titled Marriage: Formation and Constituents of Stability. Through a group of top researchers, policymakers, specialists, and youth, the conference seeks to explore the main elements of marital stability.
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