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Announcing Free Trauma and Grief Treatment Trainings for Maine Clinicians:

Strengthening Maine’s Trauma Informed Learning Community

We are excited to announce a new program being provided by the Co-Occurring Collaborative Serving Maine (CCSME), "Strengthening Maine’s Trauma Informed Learning Community: Workforce Preparedness."

In response to the tragic event in Lewiston last year, this initiative, in partnership with NAMI Maine and AdCare Maine and funded by SAMHSA, offers free trainings on evidence-based practices for trauma and grief treatment. These trainings are designed for clinicians treating victims or those affected by such events, or for those who wish to prepare to support similar clients.

The program aims to equip professionals with the skills and knowledge needed to effectively address trauma and grief, enhancing the resilience and recovery of individuals and communities in Maine.

To see all offerings, visit: ccsme.org/strengthening-maines-trauma-informed-learning-community



About MEPA

The Maine Psychological Association (MePA) is a non-profit association which represents the 600+ psychologists and psychological examiners in Maine. Our mission is to advance psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare. Our membership consists of practicing psychologists, academicians, students, retirees, associates and affiliates. For consumers, the Maine Psychological Association, at no charge, offers assistance with locating psychologists around the state for referral. Our online database, available to all, can be used to search for a psychologist.

For psychologists and psychological examiners, MePA offers advocacy on behalf of psychologists in the legislature and with state agencies, continuing education workshops, at home continuing education, and a newsletter, The Maine Psychologist. We also provide no-cost ethics consultations for members with the MePA Ethics Committee, and act as a clearinghouse on laws, regulations, managed care, and other topics affecting the practice of psychology. Members also have exclusive access to the Members Portal, where current issues are discussed and pertinent information is shared.

If you are a psychologist or psychological examiner, living or working in Maine, please consider joining your state association.

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Maine Psychological Association
P.O. Box 82
saco, ME 04072

phone:

800-287-5065
207-621-0732

E-MAIL: 

Randy Moser
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Endorsed by the Maine Psychological Association