88th Annual MPA Conference 
Thursday, April 4 & Friday, April 5, 2024 
 
We invite you to attend the Minnesota Psychological Association’s 88th Annual Conference! Our audience for this event is focused on psychologists, mental health professionals, and students in psychology and related areas. REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
 

                          

Questions?  Email: [email protected]

Please check this website page for the most current conference information!

Click here to view and download a PDF schedule.

MPA Conference Refund Policy: A 100% refund will be made if the event is cancelled. Refunds, less a $20 handling fee, will be given if a written or emailed cancellation is received at least five working days before the scheduled program begins. If cancellation is necessary due to illness within five days, registrants will be given a full credit to use toward towards other MPA CE offerings minus the $20 handling fee.

 

MPA Conference Code of Conduct

MPA is committed to and works diligently to provide a safe, productive, secure, and welcoming environment for all meeting participants. All participants, including but not limited to, attendees, speakers, volunteers, exhibitors, sponsors, MPA staff and all others, are expected to abide by this Conference Code of Conduct. Harassment will not be tolerated. Unacceptable or harassing behavior includes but is not limited to:

• Verbal, written, and nonverbal comments or communications or actions that are insulting, degrading, aggressive, or threatening, including but not limited to those based on race, color, culture, religion or no religion, gender identity, gender expression, age, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, citizenship, education, ability, physical appearance, health, neurotype, marital/parental status, socio-economic background, sexual orientation, and/or military status.
• Sustained or disrespectful disruption of sessions, presentations, meetings, classes, or events in MPA sponsored spaces or while representing MPA;
• Deliberate intimidation, whether in physical spaces or online;
• Inappropriate or unwelcome physical contact, stalking, or photography or recording;
• Unwelcome sexual attention, including repeated flirtations or advances.

Note that harassment does not require intent to offend. Please be aware that what one person considers teasing or kidding, another person may perceive as insulting, aggressive, degrading, or threatening. Members or guests of MPA who are victims of harassment, or who observe any such acts, are strongly encouraged to report the incident to a staff member or Governing Council member. The Executive Committee or a committee designated by the Governing Council will respond to incidents and reports based on the circumstances of the situation and may investigate the incident and/or impose sanctions against the individual or individuals responsible for the harassment. The sanctions may include but are not limited to a formal warning, temporary or permanent suspension of access to a program, or removal from the premises during a live event. In extreme circumstances, membership in MPA may be revoked.