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The Mary Ellen Strong Foundation (MESF)  presents: A Wellness Retreat designed specifically for Black/African American women who are mental health providers. The facilitators for the retreat are all Black/African American women from various healing backgrounds. Dr. Reba Peoples, a psychiatrist

(1.5 CE credits each) Attention ABPsi members and friends! MnABPsi is offering an EXCITING FREE BENEFIT as part of our upcoming regular meetings: Free Continuing Education credits approved by the Minnesota Board of Psychology ( If you are NOT a

MnABPsi president Willie Garrett spoke recently on the shortage of Black mental health professionals

  Next MnABPsi Meeting Sunday 10/13/19.   5:30-7:00 PM Dear ABPsi Family, I hope you all had a wonderful summer and had the chance to enjoy all that our ancestors have given us. However, the struggle for our communities mental

Four members of our local chapter participated at the recent National Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi) conference in Orlando Florida, July 24-28. President Dr. Willie Garrett was in attendance, as was first-time attendee, Sue Govern. Drs. Harvey Linder and Pearl

MnABPsi chapter President, Dr. Willie Garrett to become President of MPA

Thad Wilderson, MEd, LP was honored Feb 1 as this years recipient of the John M. Taborn Award for Outstanding Contributions to Psychology by a Person of African Descent. The award was established more than a dozen years ago as

Last year, Rudy Rousseau, LP, MEq, a long time Twin Cities mental health provider, was honored as the 2018 recipient of the John M. Taborn Award for Outstanding Contributions to Psychology by a Person of African Descent. Rousseau had worked

Hotep,A big shout out to Dr. Willie Winston III for his co-authored article in the May 2017 issue of the Journal of Black Psychology!Note that Dr. Winston lists his affiliation as Minnesota Association of Black Psychologists. Congrats, Willie!Pearl Barner II

Currently, we are in the process of starting a local Student Circle Chapter with the help of Ms. Rashida Fisher and several students at the Adler Graduate School.  If you, too, are interested, please contact: Rashida Fisher, MS, LPCC, LADC Faculty/