Fort Bend Psychological Association
Welcome to FBPA

Fort Bend Psychological Association (FBPA) was formally organized to promote psychology as a science and as a profession, to promote human welfare and mental health, to represent psychological practitioners in Southeast Texas, to uphold ethical standards for psychologists, to provide a basis for professional growth and social interaction among area psychologists, and to attract new professionals to Southeast Texas.

Serving the Communities of:
  • Sugar Land
  • Katy
  • Richmond
  • Rosenberg
  • Missouri City
  • Stafford
  • Southwest Houston

The Fort Bend Psychological Association has been in existence since the early 1990's. It was  founded to provide ongoing education to and collaboration among local psychologists and other mental health professionals. Not only does it meet these goals today, but it also serves to champion the benefits of psychology to this community.   If you are a local psychologist and you are looking to become involved in your local mental health community, please contact a member of the Executive Committee.

FBPA meets monthly to hear various topics of interest presented by subject-area experts. Meetings occur on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, and they are held in various locations. The topics and locations are updated on the Upcoming Events page of this website.

If you would like more information about joining Fort Bend Psychological Association, or if you would like to renew your dues for 2018, see the Members page of this website.

Fort Bend Psychological Association

2018 - 2019 Legislative Update for Texas Psychologists

Megan Mooney, Ph.D.

When: Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Time: 7:00 - 8:15 PM
Where: Corporate Park Atrium Building
10701 Corporate Dr. (between US 59-S and Executive Dr.)
Stafford, TX 77477

About the Topic:

This presentation will provide a summary of the legislative and advocacy priorities of the Texas Psychological Association for the 2018-2019. A high priority for psychologists in Texas is the continuing Sunset Review of TSBEP which was continued from the 2017 legislative session. Attendees will learn about opportunities to become more engaged and knowledgeable about the political processes and activities that impact the daily practice of psychology in Texas.

About the Speaker:

Megan A. Mooney, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist who specializes in working with children and families. Dr. Mooney’s undergraduate degree is from Vanderbilt University and her doctorate degree is from the University of Arkansas. She completed her internship in professional psychology with the Baylor College of Medicine Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Mooney is currently an Assistant Professor in the Trauma and Grief Center for Youth at Texas Children’s Hospital in the Department of Pediatrics with Baylor College of Medicine. She also serves as adjunct faculty for the Baylor College of Medicine Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. She carries an active caseload of therapy clients and has presented locally and nationally about trauma and treatments for trauma in children and families. Dr. Mooney is a member of the Houston Psychological Association (HPA), the Texas Psychological Association (TPA), and the American Psychological Association (APA). She is currently the President Elect Designate for TPA as well as the Grassroots Committee Chair. Dr. Mooney also serves on numerous TPA committees and is the Legislative Liaison between TPA and HPA.

Fort Bend Psychological Association

Psychologists of Ft. Bend County 2018:
Our Past, Present and Future

Wednesday, August 15, 2018
7:00 PM - 8:15 PM

Dr. Charles Cox and Dr. Carolyn Davis will present and lead the discussion of professional activities of Fort Bend Psychologists. All psychologists in attendance will be invited to participate in the discussion. Bring your business cards and any other informational materials you would like to share about your practice of psychology.

Meet in the Corporate Park Atrium Building Conference Room (next to Suite 155)
10701 Corporate Dr. (between US 59-S and Executive Dr.)
Stafford, TX 77477.

Park in covered parking, and enter the nearest door.

Attendance and PD certificates are a free benefit for FBPA members. Attendance is free and open to all professionals and students in medical or mental health fields.

Fort Bend Psychological Association
Fall Workshop

Working With Diverse Male Patients:
Masculinity and Intersectionality

Jonathan Schwartz, Ph.D.

When: Friday, September 28, 2018
Time: 1:00 - 4:00
Where: Corporate Park Atrium Building
10701 Corporate Dr. (between US 59-S and Executive Dr.)
Stafford, TX 77477

3 Hours of PD credit in Diversity.

Space is limited, so please register early to hear this
accomplished and informative speaker!

FBPA members registering on or before September 18, 2018 - $50.00 - Click here to pay.
FBPA members registering after September 18, 2018 - $80.00

FBPA non-members registering before September 18, 2018 - $60.00 - Click here to pay.
FBPA non-members registering after September 18, 2018 - $90.00

Students - $25.00 - Click here to pay.

About the Topic:
Learn insights into working with male patients including:
  • The Gender Role Strain Paradigm;
  • What we know about Masculinity and Mental Health;
  • How men typically present mental health issues;
  • The intersectionality of culture and Masculinity;
  • Research on treatment and men.

About the Speaker:
Jonathan Schwartz, Ph.D. is the Associate Dean for Graduate Studies at the UH College of Education. He won the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Prevention Section of the American Psychological Association's Society of Counseling Psychology and is a Past President of APA Division 51, Psychology of Men and Masculinity.

Schwartz has published in the area of men and masculinity, prevention, intimate violence, and bullying. He has received numerous grants supporting his work. He was named in 2010 the fourth most productive scholar in the area of men and masculinity. He also was awarded the 2008 Researcher of the Year Award from APA's Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity division. He received the 2011 Fritz and Linn Kuder Early Career Scientist/Practitioner Award from APA's Division of Counseling Psychology.

Time to Renew Your FBPA Dues for 2018!

We have had an exciting year with GREAT presentations during 2017. More to come in 2018!

Just look at these wonderful membership benefits:
  • Professional Development credits! The opportunity to earn up to 16-20 required PD hours each year, including 3 hours of Cultural Diversity and 3 hours of Ethics! Plus, reduced PD fees for each 3-hour training in Ethics and Diversity. (All PDs acquired through FBPA meet the requirement of Board Rule 461.11(c)(3), because FBPA is a Local Psychological Association.)
  • Monthly meetings to learn about developments in psychology AND earn PD credits.
  • Free professional posting on the FBPA website, including your contact information and a link to your website.
  • Representation with TPA through the local area society meetings.
  • Membership in the FBPA Listserve.
  • Information flow from TPA about Division/SIG activities, professional affairs, legislative issues and Texas Psychological Foundation.
  • Access to a local peer group for consultation or book study. (If you are looking for such a group, let us know.)
  • Networking with colleagues, sharing ideas, and making friends. Who is doing psychology in Fort Bend County??

Dues for membership in Fort Bend Psychological Association are $75.00 per year and are due in January.

To renew your membership, or to join FBPA, follow this link.

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