Dear scholars,

We are pleased to extend an invitation for you to attend the second Southeast Asian Indigenous Psychology conference (SEAIP-2022), which will be taking place virtually on December 3rd, 2022.

The SEAIP-2022 conference is again hosted by the Monash Malaysia Culture and Health Lab (Chair and co-chair: Associate Professor Rachel Ting Sing-Kiat and Professor Elizabeth Jones) together with a team of phenomenal scholars pioneering the development of indigenous psychology in the Asia region.

This event is a continuation of our efforts to empower young IP scholars in the Southeast Asia region by building a community in which collaborative efforts and multidisciplinary research on culturally relevant issues may be fostered and supported. As such, our meeting plan includes plenty of opportunities for dialogue/networking/collaboration, including an open-session in the morning with keynote speaker Professor Laurence J. Kirmayer and symposium presentations from last year’s seed grant awardees. There will be a half day closed meeting, with a max. of 50 registrants in 3 different clusters. You may indicate your preference of attending only the first half of the conference or the whole session. More details can be found on our flyer attached and public SEAIP-2022 website: 

Registration is FREE and only open till 30th September 2022 through the link here:

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you need more details or have any questions.

Thank you.


Durrah Sharifah Ahmad Azlan

Secretarial of SEAIP-2022

On behalf of

SEAIP Organising Committee,

Chairs of the meeting,

Rachel Ting, PhD

Elizabeth Jones, PhD

SEA-IP 2022 Organizing
Southeast Asia Indigenous Psychology Scientific Meeting