Recently transferred to a different NHSC site and I am now working at a center that has all of the licensed mental health professionals LPC, LCSW, LMFT, and Psychologist use the QMHP as their title. I worked very hard to obtain licensure as a psychologist and prefer to use either Dr. or PsyD in my signature with Licensed Psychologist. I am now working at a multi site nationwide agency/corporation where each site has MD/DO, ARNP/PA, Psychologist, LPC, LCSW, or LMFT, two RN's and one office staff in the Behavioral Health Unit and we are integrated with Medical Unit which has mostly LPN, RN's, ARNP, Dentist, Ophthalmologist, PA, and one to two MD/DO. Although nobody knows each others salaries it seems assumed that the Psychologist position is the highest salary out of the LPC, LCSW, LMFT positions and I have felt subtle and obvious hostilities directed my way. We were meeting recently where training of each specialty was discussed and unfortunately it seemed that turf issues are developing and it seems that the master's level trained staff have a biased in favor of master's level over doctoral level training believing the only difference is training in psychometrics at the doctoral level despite my clarification of doctoral level training being comprehensive and integrated rather than being a psychometrist. Rather than engage in trying to justify the differences in training, I have resorted to try to limit my interactions with the MS trained staff. The LMSW who is the administrative supervisor has asked me to not use Dr. or PsyD in my signature and to use QMHP in all of my paperwork. I have continued to use PsyD and Psychologist but not use Dr. After all of the years of working to become a DR. I am now being told that it is confusing to the patients and they believe I am a MD or DO so they would prefer that I use QMHP. I have informed the supervisor that I am aware of the Psychologist at the other sites around the state and country for this large corporation using Dr. or PhD or PsyD in their title and that I am authorized to use such titles by the Psychology Board and my training. I am curious if other doctoral level psychologist have had similar issues working in a Integrated FQHC where you may be the only PhD/PsyD. My job description indicated Psychologist with clinical supervisory responsibilities over MS level staff when needed.