APP is Approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. APP maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
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Who we are

A resource to our community, promoting human welfare.

The Association of Practicing Psychologists: Montgomery – Prince George’s Counties (APP) works to advance the practice of psychology, to be a resource to the community and to promote human welfare.

APP tracks legislative issues and governmental affairs bearing on Montgomery County and Prince George’s Counties and informs its members when serious concerns arise. APP works with the Maryland Psychological Association regarding state-level issues.

APP members are practicing psychologists who are licensed in Maryland and who reside or practice in Montgomery and/or Prince George’s Counties. APP takes pride in offering its members, affiliates and other mental health professionals high quality continuing education programs at a reasonable cost. The American Psychological Association (APA) has awarded approval for continuing education programs offered by the APP. APP continuing education programs meet the requirements for continued licensure established by the Maryland Board of Examiners of Psychologists.

Current Speakers and Presenters

Our presenters deliver a combination of stimulating professional development and collegiality

Richard Bloch, Esq

Psychology, Law, and Ethics
Richard Bloch, Esq., is President of Shiling, Bloch & Hirsch, P.A. and has been General Counsel to the Maryland Psychological Association since 1979. He has written numerous articles and lectures frequently on legal and ethical issues pertaining to the practice of psychology and mental health.

Hoorie “Ronnie” Sidique, Ph.D.

Minority Mental Health: Everyday Traumas and Microaggressions
Dr. Siddique is trained in psychodynamic, interpersonal, and cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as mindfulness/meditation. She has advanced training in neuropsychology and is certified in Mindfulness-Based Contemplative Psychotherapy and DBT.

Ryan R. Landoll, Ph.D., ABPP, Maj. U.S,A,F.

Innovations in primary care behavioral health – collaborative / integrated care and interprofessional education
Dr. Landoll has over 70 publications and presentations on child, pediatric, and health psychology, school mental health and supervision of clinical assessment. His research focuses on primary care behavioral health, and adolescent peer relationships and internalizing disorders.

Rebecca Resnik, Psy.D.

The Neuropsychology of Reading and Writing Disabilities: Case Study Analysis
Dr. Rebecca Resnik holds a Doctorate in Psychology from the GWU and completed her internship in Pediatric Psychology and Neuropsychology at Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital. Dr. Resnik holds a Masters and Bachelors degree in Special Education from the UMD College Park.

Neal Meiselman, J.D.

Legislative initiatives, including custody, that affect clinicians practicing psychology
Neal J. Meiselman, Esquire, an experienced family lawyer and mediator who has practiced law in Maryland since 1978, is founding partner of Meiselman Helfant & Wills, LLC. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland (BA 1975) and Boston University Law School (JD 1978).

Rolando Diaz, Ph.D.

Psychology of immigration
Dr. Rolando J. Díaz is a clinical psychologist specializing in children and adolescents, learning disabilities assessment, bilingualism and acculturation, men’s issues, post-deployment adjustment for members of the Armed Services, and the clinical needs of Roman Catholic clergy.


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