CHANDIGARH-November 23, 2011: “Towards Spirituality through Mental Processes and Brain Culture” is the major theme of the forthcoming International Conference on Psychology and Allied Disciplines, being organized by the Sri Lankan Association for Psychology, Counseling and Psychotherapy, from December 5 to 8, 2011, at Colombo, Sri Lanka. Professor Emeritus of Psychology- Jitendra Mohan of Panjab University, Chandigarh has been invited to deliver the keynote address on ‘Spiritual Well Being, Culture and Psychological Well Being.
Out of many Amercan, European and Asian delegates Professor Mohan has been included in their international consultative council of experts, who are likely to be honored by the Honorable Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, a large number of professionals have been invited to discuss issues related to human welfare, peace and brotherhood.
Special sessions are being devoted to focus on impact of computerization and over-competitiveness on harmony and tranquility. issues related to drug abuse, violence and poverty are to be discussed by the medical experts, spiritual leaders, psychologists and social scientists. Professors Guy Ale, U.S.A; Maria Leventi, Greece; Esther Abel, Germany; and Michael James, Australia and others will share their expertise during the conference. As one of the foremost initiatives of psychologists of Sri Lanka, India, Malaysia, Denmark, Germany, U.S.A. and England, Professor Mohan has been chosen to present the Colombo declaration on role of spiritual psychology in enhancing human welfare and harmony through co-operation, mutual trust and positive orientation.
According to the Conference President Professor H.R.S. Keerthisinghe, the Conference is expected to promote cross-cultural collaboration in research, publication and exchange among psychologists and other professionals.