In this podcast IAFOR President, Dr. Joseph Haldane, interviews Psychologist and IAFOR International Advisory Board Member Dr. Monty Satiadarma.
In this interview Dr. Satiadarma addresses some of the ongoing challenges for education reform in Indonesia. Dr. Satiadarma also explains his involvement in the establishing of new guidelines for Psychological Studies in Indonesia and how he became a key contributor to IAFOR and our conferences.
Dr. Satiadarma is a clinical psychologist who has been teaching psychology at Tarumanagara University since 1994. He was one of the founders of the Department of Psychology at Tarumanagara, as well as the Dean of Psychology, Vice Rector and Rector of the university. He is the co-chair of IAFOR’s Asian Conference on Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences and has nationally published a number of books. Dr Satiadarma has a particular interest in educational psychology, and in music and art therapy, methods with which he treated survivors of the Indonesian tsunami on behalf of the International Red Cross and the United Nations. He is a board member and area chair of the International Council of Psychology, and a founder and board member of the Asian Psychology Association.
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