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Counselling or crisis support

The AIPA website and LinkedIn pages are not able to provide a crisis or counselling service. If you need urgent assistance or support, please contact emergency services on 000, Lifeline on 13 11 44, GP and/or local health centre.


Keep in touch

AIPA Website

The AIPA Website includes information on the association, its purpose, steering committee and members. The site also includes important news items, conference and workshop details.  Visit the website regularly to keep up-to-date.

LinkedIn Groups

The Australian Indigenous Psychologists Association (AIPA) has helped to set up two groups to provide both information and networking opportunities.  Both groups are hosted on the social media platform LinkedIn.

Australian Indigenous Psychology Group

The Australian Indigenous Psychology Group is open to anyone supporting the aims and objectives of AIPA.  The group provides up-to-date information on news, events, workshops, consultations and other issues of interest.  The group is open and members are encouraged to contribute.  This group also provides the opportunity for those seeking the expertise of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander psychologists and others working in a culturally responsive manner for Indigenous social and emotional wellbeing to promote appropriate positions and contracts.

To join the Australian Indigenous Psychology Group you must first join LinkedIn (  Then go to and send a request to join.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Psychology Students Network (ATSIPSN)

ATSIPSN is a closed group that is co-moderated by AIPA and the Australian Psychological Society (APS).  The group provides a private forum for the sharing of information and support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander undergraduate and postgraduate psychology students across Australia.  ATSIPSN was established as part of the Australian Indigenous Psychology Education Project (AIPEP) and has grown to over forty members.  As a result of the network the 2015 and 2016 APS national conferences have included opportunities for students to meet with AIPA members and participate formally in AIPA and AIPEP forums.  Two ATSIPSN members are also representatives on the Indigenous Psychology Advisory Group (IPAG) to the APS Board.

To join ATSIPSN you should be an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander undergraduate or postgraduate psychology student and first join LinkedIn (  Then go to and send a request to join.


Contact Us

AIPA is a member organisation, representing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander psychologists nationally.  Our primary purpose is to support our members and their work.

AIPA currently exists on minimal funding and the voluntary contributions of our members.  While every effort is made, we are not able to respond to all requests and queries.

AIPA members and member enquiries

AIPA members and those seeking information on becoming a member should contact the AIPA Executive Officer at:

Finding an Indigenous Psychologist

For queries regarding how to locate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander psychologists please contact:

-          Your local Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation

-          APS Find a Psychologist

Alternatively you can post a position description or call for expression of interest on our LinkedIn Group (see above).

Media Enquiries

For media enquiries please contact the AIPA Executive Officer at: