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Starting in 2022, MPA has reduced membership fees for early career psychologists and post-doctoral fellows in an effort to make MPA membership more accessible! Please see the Member Types under Membership for more information.

Information regarding Implicit Bias training requirement:

  • Requiring implicit bias training in healthcare was a recommendation made by the Michigan Coronavirus Task Force on Racial Disparities in Summer 2020.  The Executive Order directed LARA to develop rules/requirements for implicit bias training, and to consult with relevant stakeholders during that process.  Representatives from hundreds of organizations within those 25 affected professions participated in work-groups that gave input on best practices for implicit bias training. Dr. Ellen Keyt represented MPA in the work-group. 
  • LARA Implicit Bias Training Stakeholder Engagement Summary
  • Final Rule - Public Health Code
  • Implicit Bias FAQ

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Sunday, February 12, 2023
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
**Eligible for 1 FREE CE to MPA Members ONLY**
(Registration is FREE, but required for all attendees)


Event Description:

Many clinicians have minimal training in providing supervision before becoming a supervisor. In recent years, APA has established guidelines for supervision and has started to consider supervision as its own clinical competency. This presentation will focus on enacting these guidelines, establishing a supervisory agreement, managing common issues in supervision, and briefly discussing billing for your supervisee.

Presenter Info:

Dr. Bryce Hella completed her graduate training in clinical psychology at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago in 2011. Her predoctoral internship was at the University of Minnesota Medical School, where she received specialty training in pediatric health psychology, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and disruptive behavior disorders. After graduate school, Dr. Hella has worked in private practices and at La Rabida Children’s Hospital (Chicago), where she was the psychologist on the sickle cell team and adolescent medicine team. Currently, Dr. Hella is the Director at Thriving Minds Behavioral Health, a private practice whose mission is to provide research supported therapy to children, adolescents and their families.

Specialty interests for Dr. Hella include ADHD evaluations, pediatric health psychology and parent training for behavioral concerns. Throughout Dr. Hella’s 10+ year career, she has remained committed to and supervised psychologists at all levels of training. In her current role she supervises practicum students, predoctoral interns, post-doctoral fellows and staff members using the developmental model of supervision.