Andrian Liem earned his PhD in clinical and health psychology from the School of Psychology, the University of Queensland, Australia (2015-2019) with scholarship from Indonesian Government. Andrian’s research interests are including clinical and health psychology, indigenous and cultural psychology, community psychology, migrants and refugees, gender and sexuality, drug abuse, HIV-AIDS, and interfaith dialogue. His dissertation project is about knowledge of and attitudes towards complementary-alternative medicine (CAM) among clinical psychologists since CAM is a part of culture and heritage in Indonesia particularly and in Asia generally. For Master thesis he created empathetic services modules towards people with HIV for midwives in public health centres. He was awarded the Jung Tae-gon Young Scholar Awards for excellence in research by Asian Association of Social Psychology (2013) and Graduate Student Achievement Award by International Association of Applied Psychology, Division 8 Health Psychology (2018). Andrian actively involved in social-humanity NGO such as Indonesia Planned Parenthood Association that focus on health reproduction and gender equality. Since September 2019, he joined Department of Psychology, the University of Macau, as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Global and Community Mental Health Research Group and be mentored by Prof. Brian J Hall in improving migrant domestic workers' mental health in Macao.