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≪Organizer Abstract≫
According to the World Health Organization, mental health disorders are one of the leading causes of disability in young people. Also, common adulthood mental disorders start in childhood and adolescence and it is known that mental health problems can expose young people to a range of risk behaviours and outcomes.
When families struggle in supervising their offspring, community becomes essential in supporting them. Furthermore, educators fulfil the fundamental role of warning and assisting youth, helping in promoting general health of the future adults.
The purpose of this symposium is discussing children's and youth's most common psychological issues, and presenting the main vantages and disadvantages of educational systems nowadays. Finally, the presenters will outline the prospects of the interdisciplinary ontopsychological approach applied in public and private teaching institutions in Europe, Brazil, China and Russia.

Mental disorders and risk behaviours in childhood and adolescence: the basic dyadic relationship.

[Speaker] De Angelis, Floriana:1,2
[Co-author] Palumbo, Gabriella:2,3
1:University College London (UCL) (United Kingdom), 2:AEO (Italy), 3:AIO, NGO in Special Consultative Status with the ECOSOC of the United Nations and Italian National Institute of Health (Italy)

Family: parenting and offspring stereotypes.

[Speaker] Jungova, Hana:1
[Co-author] Wu, Ruijun:1
1:AIO, NGO in Special Consultative Status with the ECOSOC of the United Nations (Italy)

Adolescence and identity: how avoiding dysfunctional behaviours.

[Speaker] Chikota, Horácio:1
[Co-author] Miranda, Clarissa:1,2
1:ANTONIO MENEGHETTI FACULDADE (AMF) (Brazil), 2:Fundação Antonio Meneghetti (Brazil)

New educational models: the ontopsychological interdisciplinary approach.

[Speaker] Bernabei, Pamela:1,2
1:AIO, NGO in Special Consultative Status with the ECOSOC of the United Nations (Italy), 2:Scientific and Humanistic Research Foundation Antonio Meneghetti (Switzerland)

From the total environment to dyadic communication: Intuition in the mother-child relationship.

[Speaker] Milgrom, Jeannette:1
[Co-author] Palumbo, Gabriella:2,3
1:The University of Melbourne (Australia), 2:AIO, NGO in Special Consultative Status with the ECOSOC of the United Nations and Italian National Institute of Health (Italy), 3:AEO (Italy)

[Discussant] Palumbo, Gabriella:1
1:A.I.O. (Italy)

[Discussant] De Angelis, Floriana:1
1:University College London (UCL) (United Kingdom)

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