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If we were to sum up 2021 in three words, it'd be "what a ride"!

We went through problems and difficulties and managed to survive as a network. We have successfully completed our main project INALMΗ  and managed to join new European projects, and we plan new project submissions in view of the new call for proposals in March 2022

We believe that 2022 will be even more exciting for ΕΝΑLΜΗ  as we continue to expand. Stay tuned!

Last but not least, we wish you a happy New Year with your loved ones.

Thank you for being a part of our Network

Best Regards

For  the  ENALMH / Network

The The Board of Directors

Magda Tsolaki

From May 4-6 2022, Athens will host the 9th IOPTMH CONFERENCE. Its theme will be Physiotherapy in mental health; what’s next?

The conference is organised by the International Organization of Physical Therapy in Mental Health (IOPTMH), which is subgroup of the World Confederation of Physiotherapy (WCPT / official consultant of the United Nations & the World Health Organization) in collaboration with the Panhellenic Physiotherapists Association / Scientific section "Physiotherapy in mental health" and is held for the first time in Greece. For more information please visit the site:

The conference, which will be held in a hybrid manner (physical presence & online) in full harmonization with the Ministerial Decisions and the current Health Protocols for the holding of conferences, is under the auspices of the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Region and the Municipality of Athens while the President of the World Physiotherapy Organization will participate, among others, as a Keynote speaker and will address a greeting. More than 250 Health Professionals from all over the world have participated in the conference.

The cost  for participating is  350 euros. This cost covers the same privileges for the participants with physical and/or online presence and includes

• Access to the conference proceedings and workshops throughout the conference and the Live streaming platform

• Eligibility to offer coffee and light lunch (for attendees with physical presence )

• Sending a certificate of attendance and e-book


Please visit the online registration form by clicking on the following link:

The registration amount can be paid only in one of the following banks

PIRAEUS BANK Bank Account Number: 6856 1419 88712 IBAN: GR11 0171 856000 6856 1419 88712 Swift Code / BIC: PIRBGRAA Account Holder: Alpha Public Relations & Integrated Marketing S.A

EUROBANK Bank Account Number:0026 0474 06 0200261009 IBAN: GR 29 026 0474 0000 06 0200261009 Swift Code/BIC: ERBKGRAA Account Holder: Alpha Public Relations & Integrated Marketing S.A

To consider the registration as valid, it is MANDATORY the proof of deposit to be sent to the conference secretariat at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The registration will be completed as soon as you receive a reply email from the organizing company up to 5 days after sending the transaction receipt. The cancellation and refund policy is the same as indicated on the registration website / registration /

We hope to have your participation.

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) is a UN day that is celebrated every year on 3 December.

The day is about promoting the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities at every level of society and development, and to raise awareness of the situation of persons with disabilities in all aspects of political, social, economic, and cultural life. WHO joins the UN in observing this day each year, reinforcing the importance of securing the rights of people with disabilities, so they can participate fully, equally and effectively in society with others, and face no barriers in all aspects of their lives.

Annually WHO decides on a theme and develops evidence-based advocacy materials such as brochures, flyers, posters, banners, infographics, and presentations, among others. These materials are shared with partners in government and civil society around the world as well as WHO regional and country offices. At its headquarters in Geneva, WHO organizes an annual IDPD event to educate the public, raise awareness, advocate for political will and resources, and celebrate WHO’s achievements.





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The Conference on "Sports and Mental Health", coordinated by the European Network ENALMH-European Network of Active Living for Mental Health,  was successfully completed online on Thursday 4th November. The results of the European project InALMH were presented and experts on mental health field participated.
We'd like to thank all the participants and the MEP Mr. Stelios Kybouropoulos for the greeting he addressed to the Conference.

We invite you to the final conference of the European project "InALMH - Inter-Active Living for Mental Health" which is coordinated by the European Network of Active Living for Mental Health.

The conference will be held online on Thursday, November 4, 2021, from 10:00 to 13:00 CET on "Sports and Mental Health", will present the results of the project and the benefits of sports in mental health.

In order to join our conference, please register here:

Σας προσκαλούμε στο τελικό συνέδριο του Ευρωπαϊκού έργου “ InALMH - Inter-Active Living for Mental Health” το οποίο συντονίζει το Ευρωπαϊκό Δίκτυο ENALMH (European Network of Active Living for Mental Health.

Το συνέδριο θα διεξαχθεί διαδικτυακά την Πέμπτη 4 Νοεμβρίου  2021, από τις 11:00 έως τις 14:00 (ώρα Ελλάδος) με θέμα «Αθλητισμός και Ψυχική Υγεία», θα παρουσιαστούν τα αποτελέσματα του έργου  και τα οφέλη του αθλητισμού στην ψυχική υγεία.

Για να συμμετάσχετε, κάντε την εγγραφή σας στην παρακάτω φόρμα:


World Mental Health Day is on Sunday, October 10th, and this year, the focus is on Mental Health in an Unequal World. At Spring Health, we’re strongly aligned with the cause — every day, we work to make mental health universally accessible by eliminating every barrier to care.

Mental health conditions are on the rise, and inequality can exacerbate these issues. 

  • Nearly one billion (970 million)people worldwide have a mental health or substance abuse disorder. (Our World in Data, 2018)
  • Anxiety is the most common mental illness in the world, affecting 284 million people. (Our World in Data, 2018). Spring Health, a mental health and wellness benefit, offers support for anxiety and other mental health conditions. 87% of people who used their Spring Health benefit experienced a reduction in anxiety symptoms.

We’re taking this opportunity to highlight the changes needed to address mental health in an unequal world and talk about ways anyone can help.

Global Mental Health Inequalities

The global pandemic, climate crisis, and social upheavals throughout the United States and the world, have highlighted the systemic inequalities disproportionately affecting Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, as well as historically marginalized people at the intersection of various identities. Along with socioeconomic inequities across race, gender identity, and sexual orientation, access to mental health remains unequal.Between 75% and 95%of people with mental health issues in impoverished and developing communities do not have access to any mental health services.

Significant societal changes need to happen in order to address the effects of an unequal world on mental health. And while there’s work to be done, we’re proud to be leaders in the field when it comes to diversity. 47% of our in-network clinicians identify as Black, Indigenous, or People of Color — 3x the American Psychological Association National Average.



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ENALMH participated in the conference that was organized by "Epioni" about the family carers. The event was held under the auspices of the Municipality of Vari - Voula - Vouliagmeni, the Hellenic Psychiatric Society and was supported by the European Parliament office in Greece. Representatives of organizations across Europe.

The conference was held at the Amarilia Hotel in Vouliagmeni and hosted Mr. Stecy Yghemonos, Director of the Eurocarers Federation, who spoke about the effects of COVID-19 on caregivers across Europe, Dr. Kelly Panayotopoulou who spoke about the prevention of care. Mr. Dimitrios Nikolski referred to the institution of personal assistant representing the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs.

Ms Noor Seghers from KU Leuven University mentioned good support practices for carers in Belgium. Finally, Mr. Christos Prapas, Lecturer in Applications at the University of West Attica, referred to the importance of caring for carers as a public and community health issue.

More information abou "Epioni":


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ENALMH is seated in Brussels, Belgium, operates under the A.I.S.B.L. status (Not for profit International Association) and is governed by Title III of the Belgian Law of 27 June 1921.
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