THE CONFERENCEThe 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:
- 1. Wellbeing is described as a dynamic process, emerging from the way in which people interact with the world around them.
- 2. In Health Policy terms it has been used to focus attention on the promotion of good mental and emotional health associated with fulfilling one’s potential.
- 3. In ecological concept it encompasses developmental stages across the life course, integrating physical, cognitive, and social-emotional functions, and also having a subjective dimension in the sense of satisfaction .
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.