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Advocacy & Representation

  • Professional representation before your legislature
  • Representation to the Board of Psychology and access to state regulatory organizations
  • Coordination of efforts with allied health organizations and advocacy groups
  • Access to national efforts with local implications
Communications, News & Resources
  • Up-to-date news, events and articles about current topics of interest (e.g. health reform)
  • Listserv access for information, referrals, and discussions*
  • Discounts on classified postings and advertisements
  • Absence from practice continuity of care plan
  • Member surveys and other opportunities to share your voice
  • Opportunity to write for the MPA publication
  • Public statement submission form
Education & Training
  • Discounts on all education and training events, including convention registration
  • Trainings with CE hours offered monthly
  • Annual Convention and Rural Behavioral Health Practice Conference
  • Bi-annual Trust Ethics conference
  • Mentorship Program
Services & Partnerships
  • Ethics and professional standards consultation
  • Free legal consultation (up to one hour of time) and generous discount on legal fees beyond the consultation
  • Option to purchase two extra one-hour legal consultation sessions for only $45.00/year
  • Option to be included in the Forensic Directory for an additional $50.00/year
And More!
  • Networking with colleagues in the field
  • Eligibility for professional awards
  • Privilege to vote for leadership and serve in leadership roles within MPA
  • And more!

*In order to participate in any of the listservs, you must be an MPA member who has a license from the Minnesota Board of Psychology (or other state board of psychology), or a student member who is a graduate student in a psychology program, and must be a member of the listserv’s division.

Sixty-five percent (65%) of membership dues payments to MPA are deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense. Thirty-five percent (35%) of your MPA membership dues are not tax-deductible because they are used by MPA for direct lobbying expenses. Dues are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal tax purposes. Consult your financial advisor for clarification.