About the MPS

The Michigan Psychiatric Society is a state specialty medical society, and a district branch of the American Psychiatric Association. Founded in 1908, MPS has served as the voice of Michigan psychiatry for more than a century.

Our mission is to represent the interests and professional needs of psychiatric physicians in Michigan while striving to ensure quality care for people with mental disorders and their families through promotion of education, research, and advocacy.


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If you missed the Michigan Psychiatric Society's Annual Spring Meeting in April you can still secure your 6 hours of CME and watch the speakers' presentations. Just click below to access it.


Our Keynote Speakers
Christina L. Wichman, D.O. | “Perinatal Psychiatry for the General Psychiatrist”
Kipling Bohnert, PhD | "Medical Cannabis Use: Recent Findings and Emerging Topics Relevant to Psychiatry"
Arash Javanbakht MD |"PTSD, its Neurobiology, Treatments, and Refugee Trauma"
Brandon T. Unruh, M.D. | “Top 10 Tips for Managing Borderline Personality Disorder in General Psychiatric Practice" 
Cheryl D. Wills, M.D., DFAPA, ACP | "Using Structural Competence to Achieve Health Equity"
C. Chauncey Spears, MD | "An Update on Tardive and Drug Induced Movement Disorders"

Email us for more information at michpsychsoc@gmail.com.

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Michigan Psychiatric Society
P. O. Box 1781
East Lansing , Michigan 48826