At Home MePA CE Offerings 

The Maine Psychological Association is now offering a new, easy way for Maine psychologists to get continuing education credits. MePA Home Study will provide you with the convenience and affordability of getting CE credits by mail without leaving home.

This is how it works: You choose a book or article from the MePA listing. Books can be purchased at the local bookstore or on-line through through the MePA website. Fill in the MePA CE form, and we will send you a test, which you complete and return. If you earn a 75% or above, we will send to you a CE certificate in the mail. It’s as easy as that.

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Upcoming events

    • 09 Nov 2018
    • 8:45 AM - 4:15 PM
    • Clarion Hotel, Portland ME

    The Maine Psychological Association presents....

    Telehealth and Psychotherapy: Best Practices, Current Research and Ethical Considerations

    Featured Speaker: 
    Dan Florell, Ph.D. Eastern Kentucky University

    6 CE Credits  

    Registration fee includes breakfast, lunch and morning break.

    $129 Members
    $179 Non-members
    $35 Students     

    Workshop Description: Ethical decision making has become very difficult for psychologists as more of the job requires using a variety of technology. Often the technology is so new that psychologists have difficulty learning how to utilize the technology much less be aware of possible ethical issues in its use. One of these expanding areas using technology is providing therapy through telehealth which has been rapidly expanding in clinics, hospitals and private practice. This session will review the major concepts to consider when using technology in the field and specifically providing telehealth services.

    Learning Objectives

    1. Participants will be able to identify services that can be provided by telehealth in clinics and private practice.
    2. Participants will be able to describe questions that should be asked prior to using particular technologies to ensure the maintenance of client confidentiality and privacy.
    3. Participants will be able to describe issues that need to be considered when deciding to be a virtual psychologist.
    4. Participants will be able to describe common legal and ethical pitfalls when using technology and telehealth.

    Presenter: Dr. Dan Florell is an Associate Professor in the School Psychology Program at Eastern Kentucky University and he has a private practice that focus on children and adolescents. He has published several journal articles and book chapters on the topics of cyberbullying and the use of technology in professional practice. His research focuses on the effect of technology on adolescents and in the practice of psychology.

    Hotel Stays: We have arranged with the Clarion Hotel for a special rate of $99. Please register by November 1 to get this rate.

    Cancellations: No refunds after November 2, 2018.

    Directions: From I-95 North and South: Take exit 44 onto I-295 North. Take exit 5 west (Congress St) and follow the signs around the clover leaf to Route 22 West. At the second light turn left onto Route 22 (Congress St West) The hotel is 100 yards on the left. From Route 295 North: Take Congress St exit 5B. At the bottom of the ramp, turn right onto Route 22 (Congress St West) merge into the left lane. At the first light turn left into driveway. The hotel is located behind the Mobil gas station.

    Questions? Email the MePA office at or call 1/800-287-5065