Member Benefits

General Benefits

  • Support for MPS Advocacy efforts
  • Discounts on liability and office insurance
  • Ethics Resource Service
  • Network with fellow colleagues and students at member events

Website Resources

      • Information about office space and professional opportunities
      • Listing in Referral Directory (for qualifying members)
      • Access to upcoming online members-only resources (coming soon)

Continuing Education

      • Exclusive discounts on MPS-sponsored continuing education (CE) events
      • Opportunities for continuing education credits at our Annual General Meetings

[NEW] Owl Practice Member Benefit:

owlOwl Practice is Canada’s comprehensive practice management solution for psychologists in private practice.

We’ve worked with Owl to create a benefit for MPS members when they purchase the Owl service. Specifically, MPS members are eligible to receive their FIRST MONTH FREE.
This benefit has been available to Ontario Psychological Association members and now will be available to our members as well.
For those of you not familiar with Owl, below is an overview of how they can help clinicians in private practice to save time, get organized and see more clients.  You can also visit their website here:  www.owlpractice.ca
Please remember to mention that you’re an MPS member to take advantage of the new member benefit.
OWL Practice has been very responsive and helpful and I am confident that they would be pleased to answer your questions and facilitate your receiving this benefit.  Feel free to contact me as well if you wish to discuss this new benefit.  See additional information below, as well.

Membership Rates

Full

$ 200

Per Year

Distinguished Life

$ 200

Per Year

Affiliate

$ 75

Per Year

Retired Full

$ 35

Per Year

Student

$ 25

Per Year
Please note:
      • 10% late administration fee will be added to renewals starting February 1, 2016.
      • Memberships with unpaid dues lapse 90 days after year end- April 1, 2016.
      • Prorating for new members starts July 1, 2016.

Description of Membership Levels

Full Member

Any person may be admitted to Full Membership who is entitled to call him/herself a psychologist by virtue of:
(a) being registered under the Psychologists’ Registration Act; (b) being employed as a psychologist by the Government of Canada, the Government of Manitoba, a university in Manitoba, the board of a school district or division, or a hospital within the meaning of the Hospitals Act or other like bodies or agencies thereof; or (c) being deemed, at the discretion of the Executive, to be eligible for membership. Full Members are voting members.

Distinguished Life Member

Distinguished Life Membership may be conferred by the Executive on individuals in recognition of their contribution to psychology in Manitoba. Distinguished Life Members are voting members.

Affiliate Member

Any person who subscribes to the aims and purposes of the Society may be admitted to Affiliate Membership. Affiliate Members are nonvoting members.

Student Member

A student enrolled in a psychology degree program at an accredited university may become a Student Member. Student Members are nonvoting members.

Retired Full Member

Upon retiring completely from practice or employment as a psychologist are eligible to change their status to Retired. Retired Members are voting members.