Darlyne G. Nemeth, Ph.D., M.P., M.P.A.P.
“I believe that the hallmark of resilient people is their ability to be firmly grounded in today, to benefit from yesterday, and to imagine themselves in tomorrow. Resilient people are firmly grounded in today, while benefitting from yesterday, so that they can see themselves in tomorrow. In general, resilience promotes good mental health and better coping strategies for both today’s and tomorrow’s worlds.
The more informed people are, the better they will be prepared to cope with whatever lies ahead. Being prepared requires education. Education advances knowledge. Individual knowledge can lead to collective wisdom rather than reactive panic.
The purpose of this Congress is to promote the importance of Mental Health and Well-Being. These presentations are designed to inspire the collective wisdom of mental health educators and practitioners throughout the world”.
Darlyne G. Nemeth will give a key report on “Resilience: The Mental Health Requirement of Our Time” within the framework of the II Congress : Meeting the Needs of the XXI Century.
Prof. Darlyne G. Nemeth is a Co-Secretary General of the World Council for Psychotherapy, Council Member of the American Psychological Association’s Council of Representatives, Ph.D., M.P., M.P.A.P. Clinical, Medical, and Neuropsychologist.
Her practice interests include working with individuals who have brain-behavior dysfunction either due to head injury, medical trauma, and/or aging, as well as attention deficit disordered, learning disabled, and other special needs individuals. Prof. Nemeth has established a special outpatient program, Resilience after Brain Injury, at NCLA for Brain Injured individuals who are experiencing Executive Dysfunction. Prof. Nemeth has been a pioneer in the area of Clinical Neuropsychology for over 30 years, and was the first in Louisiana to establish a private practice Neuropsychology Laboratory in 1977. She has been a WCP/DPI/NGO Delegate to the United Nations.