MPA Updates

The Michigan Psychological Association condemns the violence witnessed on Wednesday January 6th 2021 at the U.S. Capitol.  This horrific and deadly incursion was especially troubling to us as Michiganders, as it followed a protest by armed militias in our State Capitol and a domestic terrorist plot against our Governor.  We support the American Psychological Association's statement, and further endorse that trauma is cumulative and psychologists have a critical role to play in informing the public on psychological science as it pertains to anti-racism and building resilience during uncertain times within our communities. 

January 26th at 6PM:  ECPC Seminar - ABPP Board Certification: Early Career and Beyond


During this time of the pandemic, the Michigan Psychological Association has followed with interest the difficulties that psychology licensure applicants have experienced with the EPPP.  Please read MPA's Letter to Board of Psychology
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Did you hear?!  MPA has a YouTube Channel!  Please subscribe and watch the space for future seminars.

Please read Dr. Ellen Keyt's written piece based on interviews with Dr. Jane Robinson, Dr. Amorie Robinson & Dr. Josephine Johnson about "A Brief History of the Michigan/Metro Detroit Association of Black Psychologists, Black Psychology & MPA."

MPA's 2019 Annual Report

MPA's Statement - Black Lives Matter!

Resources related to MPA's Pledges in Support of Black Lives Matter

American Psychological Association #EquityFlattensTheCurve Network

People of Color Surviving COVID-19: Ten Steps to Maintain Physical Distance While Staying Emotionally Close

Scaffolded Anti-Racist Resources

If you would like to learn about racial trauma and healing, please consider the 2019 American Psychologist special issue, by guest editors Drs. Lillian Comas-Diaz, Gordon Nagayama Hall, Helen Neville & Anne Kazak.

American Psychological Association's Division 31 State, Provincial & Territorial Affairs' Interactive Map of State Psychological Association's Black Lives Matter statements.

Thinking about shopping on Amazon?  Want to give back to MPA with your Amazon purchases?  Please use this LINK for MPA!


MPA in the News

Let psychologists practice across state lines with telemedicine.

MPA 2020 President, Joy Wolfe Ensor, PhD, was recently featured in Crain's Detroit discussing the benefits of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

MPA 2020 President, Joy Wolfe Ensor, PhD, & Integrated Care Committee 2020 Chair, Jennifer Peltzer-Jones, PsyD, RN, were featured in COVID's Heavy Toll: Depression, Suicides, Opioid Overdoses

MPA 2020 President, Joy Wolfe Ensor, PhD, was invited to talk on a 3-person panel for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute talking about the mental health impact of COVID-19.  



COVID-19 Resources

Michigan COVID-19 Vaccination Interim Prioritization Guidance.  Updated on 01/06/2021.

Michigan COVID-19 Information & Vaccine Information.

Michigan COVID-19 Vaccines Frequently Asked Questions.

CMS addresses telehealth and supervision of testing in 2021 fee schedule final rule.

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services developed a resource for Michiganders called “Stay Well”.  

Special Olympics Resources for How to Stay Active during a Pandemic!

Wayne State University COVID-19 Resources

Mental Health and Wellness Clinic at Wayne State University is providing FREE mental health treatment at this time!

Information from American Psychological Association on COVID-19 and its impact on professional practice

McLaren Wellness Support for Healthcare Providers

APA's Webinar Series for Students and ECPs

COVID-19 Resources for Rehabilitation Psychology Professionals, found here, from Div 22

Society of Pediatric Psychology, Div 54 - COVID-19 Resources, found here

Coronavirus Resources and Assistance for Michigan

Center for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 Guidance

Applying HHS's Guidance for States and Health Care Providers on Avoid Disability-based Discrimination in Treatment Rationing