Asia

The Second Southeast Asian
Indigenous Psychology Scientific Meeting
(SEAIP-2022)

December 3, 2022

Virtual via ZOOM

8.45am - 5pm (UTC+8) 

Registration Deadline:

30th September 2022

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THEME

Translating Research into Mental Health Interventions with Indigenous Communities

This second scientific meeting hopes to empower local psychologists in SEA regions to (i) conduct indigenous and culturally relevant research, and (ii) translate their research outcomes into community engagement and mental health interventions, especially with marginalised indigenous groups. Amplifying both the SEA researchers and the indigenous community's voices will enable psychologists to achieve a more equitable global psychology. 

OBJECTIVES

  1. Expand the knowledge and practice of indigenous psychology in SEA through an educational and scientific network

  2. Continue the multidisciplinary IP research clusters and collaborations in SEA

  3. Translate culturally relevant research outcomes into actions and interventions

  4. Explore the indigenous well-being and mental health systems espoused by indigenous populations and minorities in SEA

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

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Professor Laurence J. Kirmayer

James McGill Professor and Director, Division of Social and Transcultural Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, McGill University

INDIGENOUS PSYCHOLOGY
RESOURCES

Weaving Process

Register today to join the 2022 Southeast Asian Indigenous Psychology Scientific Meeting!

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Organizers
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