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Founded in 1956, the Maryland Psychological Association (MPA) is the statewide Professional Association for Maryland Psychologists. We are affiliated with the American Psychological Association. Our purpose is to support the psychologists in Maryland advancing 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 officers and representatives elected by the members and board chairs appointed by the elected members. The Board of Directors meets monthly to set policy for the Association. Members of the Board of Directors can be reached through the Association office.


Our Commitment to Diversity

MPA values the many faces of diversity, including age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, disability, and religious/spiritual affiliation. We are committed to increasing our knowledge, professional competence, and appreciation of differences and similarities of diverse peoples in our roles as educators, practitioners, researchers, administrators, and policy makers. We actively encourage participation of psychologists of diverse backgrounds in our organizations membership and leadership. Our value and knowledge of diversity guide our service to our membership, fellow professionals and the community at large.


Questions?

Stefanie Reeves, Executive Directorexec@marylandpsychology.org
General e-mails should be directed to this address.

Veronica Rand, Membership and Continuing Education CoordinatorVRand@marylandpsychology.org
Inquiries regarding MPA Membership or Continuing Education inquiries should be directed to this address

Erika Pierson, Administrative Coordinatoradmin@marylandpsychology.org
Questions about dues,ads or changing contact information should be directed to this address

Becky Ford, Public Relations Coordinatorpr@marylandpsychology.org Public Information/Media inquiries should be directed to this address.