Previous conferences

2021 Conference:

Relational resilience in a changing world: Our lives, our futures- Tō tātou oranga i te ao hurihuri

Academic convenors are: Professor Ian Lambie, Dr Julia Ioane & Dr Karmyn Billing

Opening speaker:

Cheryl de la Rey, Vice-Chancellor University of Canterbury

Keynote speakers

Gwenda Willis
Keynote Challenging societal norms for improved wellbeing of stigmatised persons and groups: My experiences in the field of child sexual abuse prevention 

Susan Clayton (via Zoom)
Keynote Preparing for climate change: how psychology can help

Kamana'o Crabbe (via Zoom)
Keynote I Mana Ka Mauli`ola: The immense potential of Polynesian beliefs and practices of Mauli`ola as a wholistic approach towards healing in contemporary psychology

Bridgette Masters-Awatere
Keynote Community Psychology in Aotearoa; walking backwards into the future

Nathan Consedine
Keynote Compassion as a value versus compassion as a science: How to sustain care in the helping professions

Maria Baker
Keynote Tē tōia, tē haumatia 

Conference programme

Click here to view the programme


Handbooks from previous conferences

2020 Conference online

2019 Conference in Rotorua - link to attendify app:

2018 Jubilee Conference in Auckland

2017 Conference in  Christchurch

2016 Conference in Wellington

2015 Conference in Hamilton

2014 Conference in Nelson

2013 Conference in Auckland

2012 Conference in Wellington

Video recordings of keynote speakers from the 2018 Jubilee Conference

Margaret Dudley-  How can we improve current neuropsychological practices when evaluating Māori?

John Sommers-Flanagan: A Strengths-Based Approach to Suicide Assessment and Intervention

Philippa Howden-Chapman: As safe as houses


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