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SIP is an official APA CE sponsor

Registration for Virtual Retreat & Convention will be free this year (CEs are an additional fee based on the number of credits desired)

    Registration Fees for Virtual attendance found on the online registration link
  • Retreat ($0)
  • Convention ($0)

CE Registration fees for virtual attendance is $20 per 1 CE or $150 for entire convention = 10 CEs total

Option 1: Discount of $150 for Entire Convention (10 CEs) found on the online registration link

Options 2: Select the number of credits you would like to purchase found on the online registration link

Monday, June 29 - ALL TIMES Listed are in MOUNTAIN TIME

    $60: Morning Session 9am-12p (3 CEs)
  • Invited Keynote: Stories of Our People: Stepping into Our Identity and Our Sacredness Dee Bigfoot
  • Mentoring Through Pandemic and Pandemonium: The Native-to-Native SIP Mentoring Program Stays Nimble and Relevant in 2020 Alberta Arviso, Linda Forrest, Becky Foster, DS Red Haircrow, Brian McNeill & Denise L. Newman
  • Indigenous Women Facing Social Injustices Related to Incarceration Kelli Tillquist*, Sharon Houlahan*, Tina Lincourt, & Royleen Ross
  • Overview of Human Trafficking: A Call to Action for Mental Health Professionals Christina Tsoi*, Caleb Andreason**, & Matthew Siufanua**
    $30: Afternoon Session 1:15p-2:45p (1.5 CEs)
  • A Decolonizing Way of Therapy and Mindfulness: The IFS (Internal Family Systems) Model Susan McVicker & Warren Pourier
  • Taking the EPPP: Guidelines for Native Candidates Janet T. Thomas & Anita L. Mihecoby

Tuesday, June 30 - ALL TIMES Listed are in MOUNTAIN TIME

    $70: Morning Session 8:30am-12p (3.5 CEs)
  • Indigenous Women's Leadership Jacque Gray
  • Invited Keynote Speakers: Navigating the Landscape of a Successful Research Career: Keys to Success in Indian Country Dedra Buchwald & Spero M. Manson
  • Indigenous Utmost of Care Shaun Hains
  • Urban Area: waštito̓ y̓ - bridge within worlds
    Christina Cruz*
    $40: Afternoon Session 1:00pm-3:00pm (2 CEs)
  • Perceptions of Disabilities among Native Americans in Utah Erica Ficklin*
  • Reducing Challenging Behaviors Through a Response Cost Token Economy in Adults with Intellectual Disability Kelli Tillquist*
  • Overview of Current Polynesian Psychology and Psychotherapy Research Christina Tsoi*, Hokule’a Conklin, Rachel Chapman*, Cameron Hee*, Sami Chun*, Keona Chandler**, & Kawika Allen
  • Therapeutic Preference in Polynesian Americans Elizabeth Cutrer-Parraga, Hokule’a Conklin, Cameron Hee*, Rachel Chapman*, Christina Tsoi*, Sami Chun*, Emily Tanner*, Keona Chandler**, Chaylene Mataalii**, Tiffany Lotulelei**, Misty Coplan*, & Kawika Allen

Cancellation Policy

A full refund will be given to those registrants who submit in writing (email: robbie.gerber@usu.edu) a cancellation request by June 25, 2020.