Bureau for Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Lead person: Dr. Goh Chee Leong ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Our goal is to run over 25 CPD programs in 2016. These programs will be run in partnership with universities and will cater for different areas of practice within psychology including: work and organizational psychology, clinical psychology and counseling, psychometric testing, health psychology, educational and school psychology, sports psychology and other areas of demand within Malaysia. We also plan to run CPD programs for psychology university lecturers on how to teach more effectively and to expose them to the latest trends in assessment of psychology programs.

We hope to attract expert facilitators both from within Malaysia and from overseas to contribute to these CPD programs. Our goal is to publish the 2016 schedule of CPD programs at the beginning of the year.

How you can help?

= We are looking for organizations who could partner with us to organize a CPD program

= If you are a subject expert in a specific area of psychology you could offer to facilitate a CPD program

= If you are good at administration and event organizing you can join our CPD coordination team

= You can help by sharing the CPD schedule with your fellow psychologists

= Contact person: Dr Goh Chee Leong ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

= Please click HERE for the list of upcoming CPD events.


Malaysian Psychology Student Assembly 2017

Date     : 11 November 2017
Venue  : Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Kampar, Perak

2017 Malaysian International Psychology Conference (MIPC) - Call for


 May 13-14, 2017 
Venue: HELP University, Subang 2, Shah Alam

The Malaysian Psychological Association (PSIMA) and HELP University invites you to submit research, proposals for symposia and workshops for the 2017 Malaysian International Psychology Conference (MIPC).

This year’s conference theme is ‘The Psychology of Peace’, and will feature keynote addresses and presentations revolving around diversity, harmony, unity and ethnic relations.

For more information on this event click HERE.


Journal of Malaysian Psychology

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