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Iranian Psychological Student Association (PIPSA)

The Iranian Psychological Student Association (PIPSA) is a nonreligious, nonpolitical, student-affiliated group focused on the development of a socially supportive mentorship network through educational, cultural, and social meetings. We welcome Iranian students, as well as students from all other ethnic backgrounds. PIPSA is open to GSEP master’s and doctoral psychology students, as well as alumni, faculty, and Seaver undergraduate students.

Our goal is to collaboratively mentor and enrich the Pepperdine psychology community with an emphasis on developing competent future clinicians, researchers, and academics that can effectively work with Iranians in mental health care and conduct research related to multicultural issues for Iranian, as well as other Middle Eastern, populations.

For more information, please email us at PIPSA1390@gmail.com

Faculty Sponsor

Judy Ho, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology, Pepperdine GSEP