License & Registration Review Course
Maryland State Portion - Online Format
Michael C. Heitt, Psy.D. - Moderator
MPA is pleased to offer a self-study review course entirely devoted to assisting those professionals preparing to take the Maryland portion of the licensing exam. This is an ongoing access format that allows registrants to self pace their studies for the exam. Emphasis will be placed on the Maryland Licensure & Registration Law, the Maryland Code of Ethics for psychologists, and exam technique. The online format will offer participants increased convenience as well as interaction with the moderator and other participants. The level of participation on the interactive forum depends entirely on each registrant’s desire to participate. New exam content areas are added on an ongoing basis based on the materials that the Board provides to the examinees.
Participants in this online review course will learn strategies for taking the exam, such as which sections of Maryland law on which to focus attention, and which are relatively less important and therefore studied less intensely. At your own pace, you will be guided through each line of all applicable state laws and regulations, enhancing your understanding of the material.
The course moderator will strive to answer all of the participants’ content-related questions posted on the web forum. Discussion of practice answers and the rationale behind different responses are just some examples of the participant queries. Again, the level of this type of activity on the forum depends entirely on course registrants’ desire to participate, and on the type of questions posted.
The exam study materials sent to you by the Maryland Board of Examiners of Psychologists and the information provided to you during this 3-month online self-study course, are all you will need for preparation to take the Maryland ethics and law portion of the state psychology licensing and registration exam.
Timeline for Course Completion
Registration allows participant access to the Review Course for up to 3 months. After 3 months, access to the course will be removed. We strongly recommend that you plan your study accordingly. Most registrants have a firm exam date scheduled with the Board of Examiners before registering for this course, and find 3 months sufficient time to prepare.
MPA/MSPA Member $185.00
Registration for this course must be completed online. Once you register, you'll receive and email containing the information necessary to access the course – please be sure your email address is typed in correctly so you receive your information.
Full refunds prior to course access. No refunds thereafter.
If you have questions call Ann Cipro at the MPA office at 410-992-4258 or 301-596-3999.
About the Moderator:
Michael C. Heitt, Psy.D., is a licensed psychologist in private practice. The primary focus of his expertise centers around working with physicians, executives and other professionals who are dealing with personal and work-related challenges. He is also a consultant to small and mid-size companies on a variety of workplace and organizational issues, and is recognized by local Courts as being an expert witness in Clinical Psychology.
Dr. Heitt is on the faculty of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the Johns Hopkins University School of Education and Loyola University Maryland. He has given talks internationally on topics ranging from workplace violence and professional impairment to human resources and personnel development, in addition to topics such as psychological ethics, disaster psychiatry and clinical assessment.
Within MPA, Dr. Heitt has served on the Ethics Committee for over seven years, co-chairing the Committee for two years and chairing for two years. Currently he chairs the Colleague Assistance Committee. He has also served on the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards Committee and has been a member of the Workplace Psychologists special interests discussion group for years.
Dr. Heitt earned his Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree in clinical psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago in 1996 and has worked in a variety of settings, including employee assistance programs, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, outpatient mental health centers, emergency departments and not-for-profit organizations.