No Surprises Act Q&A Session - Tuesday February 1, 7 pm EST

Join MPA's Legal Counsel Richard Bloch, Esq. and MPA's Director of Professional Affairs Paul Berman, Ph.D. for a Q&A session on the new federal No Surprises Act. The session will be held on Tuesday February 1 from 7 to 8 pm EST via Zoom. Free for MPA members, $40 for nonmembers. As you register, you also have an opportunity to submit a question. Please note that we may not get to every question asked but we’ll try our best.

Register for the February 1 No Surprises Act Q&A

 

Check out our No Surprises Act web page for information on the new federal law.

 

Deadline Extended: Proposed Revisions to Maryland Psychological Association Bylaws

Every five years, the Maryland Psychological Association conducts a review of its Bylaws. We are coming to the membership with proposed changes for the 2022-2023 Membership Year which begins on September 1, 2022. Please read through them carefully and make your selection. We're extending the deadline for the vote to Monday, February 14, 2022.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact MPA at [email protected]g. Thank you in advance for participating in this important initiative.

VOTE ON PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE MPA BYLAWS   ⇢

 

 

 

MPA Virtual Annapolis Day - Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Registration is now open for our Virtual Annapolis Day, Wednesday February 23, 8:30 to 9:45 am. Join MPA for a meet and greet with our legislators in Annapolis as we discuss our key legislative initiatives. The event is free for MPA members, but you must register to attend. 

Register for MPA Virtual Annapolis Day

 

 

Upcoming Professional Practices Committee Events 

Mark your calendars for Professional Practices Committee (PPC) workshops including the return of MPA's Business of Practice event in March. Registration will open for February and March events soon. Watch your email and social media for more! All events will be presented virtually. Interested in joining PPC? Contact MPA at [email protected] 

Thurs Feb 24 12-1:30 with Paul Berman - Preparing and Responding to an Audit - Registration is now open!

Friday March 25 (AM and PM sessions) - Business of Practice Event: Money and Marketing for the Modern Practice

Tues May 3, 12-1:30 pm with Pauline Wallin - Media Interviews 

Tues June 14 from 12-3:30 with Paul Berman - HIPAA Refresher

Date TBA: Webinar on Preventing Burnout in Telehealth 

 

 

The Maryland Psychological Association

Founded in 1956, the Maryland Psychological Association (MPA) is the statewide professional membership association for psychologists, psych associates and other mental health professionals. Our mission is to support the advancement of the science and practice of psychology for the health and welfare of the public. MPA is governed by its members through the Board of Directors, which consists of elected officers and committee chairs appointed by MPA Executive Committee. The Board of Directors meets monthly from September – June to set policy for the Association. Members of the Board of Directors can be reached through the Association office. MPA is not a chapter of the American Psychological Association (APA). However, MPA maintains an affiliate relationship with the association. 

Need information on licensure in Maryland? Please contact the Maryland Board of Examiners of Psychologists

For those looking for a psychologist in Maryland, search MPA’s online referral service for a psychologist in your area.