The SIP Executive Committee and the USU Convention Planners have put a lot of heart, thought, and prayer into how we should hold the convention this year. For the health and wellbeing of our SIP community and our home communities, we will be moving to a virtual format for this year.

We are working to find ways that allow for the renewal we are accustomed to by coming together and sharing. Please hold the originally scheduled dates for the retreat and convention. More information with be posted in a May.

33rd Annual Convention

American Indian Psychologists and Psychology Graduate Students
Monday – Tuesday, June 29 - 30, 2020
Utah State University

Deadline for the Abstracts is April 28, 2020


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.

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