4th International Conference on Psychology, Counselling and Education (ICPCE 2022)

29th–30th October 2022 | Reyna Hotel | Saigon, Vietnam

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About ICPCE 2022

ICPCE 2022 brings together a collaborative scientific community to advance and support rigorous, evidence-based empirical research in the intertwined fields of psychology, counselling, and education.

This year’s theme is: ‘It’s Time to Flourish’.

The conference proceedings will be published on 1st March 2023 in Psychreg Journal of Psychology.


Last Year’s Conference

In collaboration with different organisations, Psychreg hosts international events to further promote discussion on psychology, mental health, and well-being. ICPCE 2022 is our latest event. 

Here are previous Psychreg events: 

  • ICPCE 2021 (Virtual) 
  • Good Mental Health 2020 (Virtual)
  • ICPCE 2019 (held at Universiti Malaysia Sabah)
  • MHBC 2018 (held in London, UK)
  • ICIPED 2018 (held at Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacau, Romania)
  • ICPCE 2018 (held at New Era University, Philippines)
  • ICIPED 2017 (held at Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacau, Romania)

Perfect Venue

ICPCE 2022 will be held at the Reyna Hotel, Saigon, Vietnam. 

Situated in Hanoi, 1.8 miles from My Dinh Stadium, Reyna Hotel Hanoi features views of the city. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and a shared kitchen, along with free wifi throughout the hotel. There is free private parking and the property features paid airport shuttle service.

Reyna Hotel

Dates and Registration Fees

  • Last day of early registration: 01 June 2022. Fee: £75
  • Last day of regular registration: 21 October 2022. Fee: £150
  • Late registration: 22 October 2022 onwards: £200
  • ISPCE member: 25% off registration fee



London Metropolitan University


Professor Nigel MacLennan is a consultant at London Metropolitan University. He provides psychotherapy for leaders and executives, globally via Zoom, WhatsApp, or Skype. He qualified with a Diploma in Psychotherapy 35 years ago, and shortly after completed his honours degree in psychology and has been practising psychology since. Along the way he has written many books in the field of applied psychology including 'Counselling for Managers', 'The Perfect Gift', 'The Perfect Coach', 'Coaching and Mentoring', 'Self-responsibility Therapy', and 'i Shrink', and other original works in the field of psychology – the research for which led to the award of Nigel’s doctorate from Middlesex University.

Dr Amoneeta Beckstein

Webster University (Thailand)

Dr Amoneeta Beckstein

Dr Amoneeta Beckstein completed his PhD in counselling psychology. His dissertation examined the influence of decision-making style and self-construal on the subjective happiness of Native Americans. As a scientist-practitioner, Amoneeta’s research and practice mutually inform each other. His research interests include Native American psychology, positive psychology, multiculturalism, life balance, underrepresented groups’ leadership development and educational success, and understanding and augmenting subjective happiness. His research aims to contribute to marginalised groups’ growth, resilience, and life enhancement.

Shalhavit Simcha-Cohen

University of Edinburgh (UK)

Shalhavit Simcha-Cohen

Shalhavit-Simcha Cohen is a multi-award-winning PhD researcher at the University of Edinburgh, musician, and creative director. She did her master's degree in Digital Media Design at Harvard University. Passionate about people’s mental health and multimedia, Shalhavit-Simcha is the winner of Harvard University’s Bok Prize for Public Service and founder of PosiFest, an online well-being festival.