Update on ADHD Medications in the Child, Adolescent and College Age Students
Online registration is closed but you can still register onsite starting at 8:15AM.
MPA in your Neighborhood!
MPA is hosting a series of events throughout the state as a way for our members to get together and learn in a casual environment. Our first event is on Sunday January 29 from 2 to 5 pm in Crownsville, MD. Dr. Robert Nay will present a free one-hour CE session. Space is limited to the first 50 RSVPs. Priority for this event will be given to those who live or work in Anne Arundel County. If you have any questions or to RSVP, please email Stefanie Reeves at email@example.com no later than Wednesday January 25.
Registration open for 2017 Continuing Education workshops!
Registering online is quick and easy! Workshops offerings from January through April.
Time to renew your MPA membership!
Renewing online is quick and easy! Time is running out to renew your MPA membership! Don't lose your member benefits including free Ethics Committee consultation! Renew online or call 410-992-4258 today!
Resources for coping with traumatic events in the news
It is typical for people to experience a variety of emotions following such a traumatic event. These feelings can include shock, sorrow, numbness, fear, anger, disillusionment, grief and others. You may find that you have trouble sleeping, concentrating, eating or remembering even simple tasks. This is common and should pass after a while. Over time, the caring support of family and friends can help to lessen the emotional impact and ultimately make the changes brought about by the tragedy more manageable. You may feel that the world is a more dangerous place today than you did yesterday. It will take some time to recover your sense of equilibrium. APA offers some tips on how to strengthen your resilience after a shooting and indirect exposure to terror. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network also offers resources for parents and educators on talking to kids about news.