Temporary Office Closure Notice
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MPA staff is working remotely. The best way to reach them is via email at [email protected]. Phone calls will be answered Monday - Friday, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. If you call outside of those hours, please leave a voicemail and a staff member will return your call. Thank you for your patience during this time.

Statement Regarding Daunte Wright
April 13, 2021: It is with continued grief, sadness, and anger that we learn of the death of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, who was shot and killed by police in Brooklyn Center on Sunday. The Minnesota Psychological Association stands with his family, and all those in our community impacted by this tragedy, particularly our Black colleagues, patients, friends, and family who have already been experiencing stress and re-traumatization during the Chauvin trial. Click here to continue reading.

Statement on Chauvin Trial and Attacks on AAPI Community
March 22, 2021: The Minnesota Psychological Association seeks to add our voice to the growing community of advocates, allies, and supporters speaking out about the marked increase in hate crimes against the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities. We also recognize the psychological impact of the recurring traumatization of our Black community during the trial of former Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, in the murder of George Floyd. Click here to continue reading.


Register and join us for our 85th Annual Virtual Conference on April 8-9! We have exciting and clinically rich presentations focusing on health psychology and primary care, assessments and consultation, children, adolescents, adults, and families and couples. Click on the image to get more information!



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MPA Diversity Statement

The Minnesota Psychological Association actively encourages the participation of all psychologists regardless of age, creed, race, ethnic background, gender, socio-economic status, region of residence, physical or mental status, political beliefs, religious or spiritual affiliation, and sexual or affectional orientation. Although we are an organization of individuals from diverse cultures and backgrounds, the Minnesota Psychological Association also recognizes our core unifying identities as Psychologists who practice in America. We also recognize that we may hold unintentional attitudes and beliefs that influence our perceptions of and interactions with others. Within this context of unity and self-exploration, we are committed to increasing our sensitivity to all aspects of diversity as well as our knowledge and appreciation of the unique qualities of different cultures and backgrounds. We aspire to become alert to aspects of diversity, previously unseen or unacknowledged in our culture. In this spirit, we are committed to collaborating with multicultural groups to combat racism and other forms of prejudice as we seek to promote diversity in our society. To this end, we are dedicated to increasing our multicultural competencies and effectiveness as educators, researchers, administrators, policymakers, and practitioners.