28th Annual Convention
American Indian Psychologists and Psychology Graduate Students
Monday – Tuesday, June 29 – 30, 2015
Taggart Student Center, Utah State University

Logan Canyon Horse Camp and Bear Lake Training Center
Friday – Sunday, June 26 – 28, 2015
Bear Lake – Logan Canyon

Richard Katz will be the keynote speaker at this year’s convention.
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The annual convention for American Indian Psychologists and Psychology Graduate Students provides professional, government, and academic communities the opportunity to learn more about opportunities and challenges facing indigenous people, their culture, language religious and/or spiritual beliefs and values today.

We invite all (students, faculty, and professionals) to submit abstracts for our oral or poster presentations at the 28th Annual Convention. Submit Abstract now!

The annual convention advances psychological education and training, scientific practice and organizational change to enhance the overall well-being, dignity, welfare, and future of native indigenous people and psychology.

"The SIP Retreat and Conference is a wonderful time to connect with other Native clinicians, researchers and students from around the country. The retreat is an informal time to get acquainted or reacquainted and restore our spirits. It’s the one meeting each year I don’t ever want to miss"
~ Jacque Gray, Past SIP President