THE CONFERENCE

The conference would include the following subjective variables which intervene in the lives of children, adolescents and adult though there is no agreed definition of the term ‘wellbeing’ in the research literature. However, the term is used in three main ways as follows:
Body image, Family conflict, coping with stress, School or Study problems, Personal safety and Abuse, Bullying or Emotional abuse, Alcohol, Drugs, Excessive focus on Social Networking sites, Suicidal tendencies, Spiritual coping, Spiritual well – being and Health outlook.

SUB THEMES:

The papers can focus on the following sub-themes from a global social work perspective:
  • Indian and Global perspective on Well Being.
  • Counseling, Social Work Practice and Promotion of Well being
  • Wellbeing of Children and Adolescents: Abuse, Care and Protection, Rehabilitation Services, Mental Health Problems, Addiction to Social Networking Sites/Electronic Gadgets.
  • Well Being of Youth in Various Settings : Hostels, Correctional Settings, Communities and De-addiction Centers/Rehabilitation Centers.
  • Well Being of Adults : Women and Related Issues, Disabilities, Old Age.
  • Employees/Patients/ Spiritual Wellbeing.

GUIDELINES:

  • 1.Paper should be original and unpublished.
  • 2. Abstracts on any theme of the Conference must be in Microsoft Word, text should be in 12 point Times New Roman font. Margins must be of 1 inch on all sides, 1.5 spaced with maximum of 300 words containing Authors, Affiliation, Abstract, Keywords. It may be submitted via email: hebersocialwork@gmail.com
  • 3. On the abstracts being accepted, the full paper should be typed in MS-Word format with the Times New Roman font (size 12) in A4 size paper and sent to the organizing secretary. The softcopy of the same needs to be sent to our email ID.
  • 4. Best paper would be awarded in the following categories:
    • Students
    • Scholars
    • Educators
    • Practitioners