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

29th–30th October 2022 | Virtual Conference

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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.

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

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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)

Online Conference

ICPCE 2022 will be held online. Be part of a conference programme with no borders that highlights the latest cutting-edge research and developments in psychology, mental health, and allied fields.

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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

SPEAKERS

Dr Vicki Gier

Mississippi State University-Meridian (United States)

Dr Vicki Gier

Dr Vicki Gier is a full professor of psychology at Mississippi State University (MSU)-Meridian’s Arts and Sciences Division. Dr Gier began her academic career at the University of Central Missouri participating in the McNair Scholars Program, which prepares first-generation, low-income university students to complete their doctorates. Dr Gier teaches both experimental psychology biological psychology courses. During ICPCE 2022, she will share her research on missing people.

Dr Laura Jenkins

Loughborough University (United Kingdom)

Dr Laura Jenkins

Dr Laura Jenkins has held academic teaching positions at Northumbria University, Oxford Brookes University, and the University of Strathclyde before moving to Loughborough University in 2018. Dr Jenkins is a Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol) with the British Psychological Society and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. During ICPCE 2022, she will share her research on dark triad personality traits in relation to students’ responsibility for their own learning.