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NCSPP Awards and Recognition:

NCSPP is pleased to announce their awards and award winners. NCSPP and its Standing Committees give awards to individuals and programs. Awards may also be given by the EC or designated Committees. The award criteria and frequency are determined by the committees. More on specific awards...


NCSPP is pleased to announce the following award winners:


2012 NCSPP Awards

NCSPP Distinguished Professional Psychologist Award:
Patricia McIntosh Bricklin, Ph.D., Widener University,
was the posthumous recipient of the 2012 NCSPP Distinguished Professional Psychologist Award for Outstanding Lifetime Contributions as a Pioneer, Educator, Program Leader, Ethicist, Advocate, and Visionary for Professional Psychology.

NCSPP Innovation Award:
NCSPP Innovation Award for Innovation in Professional Psychology was presented to Long Island University C.W. Post Trauma Response Team.

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Committee Student Award:
The GLBT Committee Student Award was presented to Raymond Prince, Antioch University at Santa Barbara.


2011 NCSPP Awards

Innovation Award:
The Innovation Award was presented to Pacific Graduate School of Psychology for Palo Alto University’s “Diversity and Community Mental Health” Program.

Advocacy Award:
The Advocacy Award was presented to Adler School of Professional Psychology for their commitment to advocacy efforts within their training model and and their community service.


2010 NCSPP Awards

Innovation Award:
The Innovation Award was presented to University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology Internship Consortium.

Ethnic and Racial Diversity Individual Committee Award:
The Ethnic and Racial Diversity Individual Committee Award was presented to Lavita Nadkarni, Ph.D., University of Denver, GSPP & Dan McKitrick, Ph.D., Pacific University, GSPP.

Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Committee Student Award:
The Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Committee Student Award was presented to Laura M. Alie, John F. Kennedy University
In recognition of outstanding commitment to Professional Psychology and her advocacy for the welfare of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered (GLBT) individuals and the establishment of GLBT Affirmative communities.

 

 


2009 NCSPP Awards

Distinguished Professional Psychologist Award:
The Distinguished Professional Psychologist Award was presented to Dr. Roger Peterson, Antioch University.
The Distinguished Professional Psychologist Award is given each year to an individual who has made exemplary professional contributions to professional psychology education. The purposes of this award are to recognize an outstanding psychologist for his/her work in professional education; make a visible, public commitment to NCSPP to foster quality professional education; and encourage more psychologists to work toward the enhancement of professional psychology education. This award is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the National Council of Schools and Programs in Professional Psychology.Roger Peterson receiving Distinguished Psychologist Award from NCSPP President James Dobbins.

Dr. Peterson received his Bachelor's degree from Harvard University and was trained in clinical psychology at the Purdue University and completed his internship as Duke University. He is the Dean of the Antioch New England School of Professional Psychology and a past president of the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology. His service to the profession includes a long list of accomplishments which also mirrors his long list of publications. Among those that I think are most notable for the NCSPP are his many years of sustained high quality service to the Committee on Accreditation, with his most recent appointment being that of Member-at-Large. I also draw attention to two of his publications that are a must read for anyone who is

involved with education and training in professional psychology. The first is the Chapter in the NCSPP publication The Core Curriculum in Professional Psychology. It was in this publication that I first understood why social responsibility is and must be a foundational principle for professional psychology. The second "must read" is the article that he wrote with his mentor Don Peterson and Jules Abrams on the "Professional Psychology Training Model". This paper has also become the foundation for the formation of new programs since its publication almost fifteen years ago. His work on standards in professional psychology are also foundational and a testimony to the vision that he has as a leader and pioneer in the professional psychology movement.

Advocacy Award:NCSPP President Clark Campbell presenting Advocacy Award to Nina Levitt
The NCSPP Advocacy Award was presented to Dr. Nina Levitt of the APA Education Practice Directorate for her years of dedicated service in advoacting for professional psychology.

Innovation Award:
The Innovation Award:was presented to Argosy University, Washington, DC, for its Parenting Coordination Project.

Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered Committee Professional Psychologist Award: The GLBT Committee Professional Psychologist Award was presented to Timothy Moragne, Psy.D., Nova Southeastern University in recognition of his outstanding commitment to Professional Psychology, his advocacy for the welfare of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered (GLBT) individuals and his involvement in the establishment of community based AIDS treatment organizations.

Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered Committee Student Award:
The GLBT Student Award was presented to Kyle Kittleson, Roosevelt University. In recognition of outstanding commitment to Professional Psychology and his advocacy for the welfare of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered (GLBT) individuals and the establishment of GLBT Affirmative communities


2008 NCSPP Awards

Innovation Award:
The Innovation Award was presented to Loyola College in Maryland, Department of Psychology.

Ethnic and Racial Diversity Committee Award:
The Ethnic and Racial Diversity Committee award was given to Joy Keiko Asamen, Ph.D. in recognition for significant individual contributions to the enhancement of ethnic and racial diversity in professional psychology training.

Gay Lesbian Bisexual transgendered Committee Student Award:
The Gay Lesbian Bisexual transgender Committee Student Award was presented to Brad W. Larsen, Pacific University. In recognition of outstanding commitment to Professional Psychology and his advocacy for the welfare of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered (GLBT) individuals and the establishment of GLBT Affirmative communities.


2007 NCSPP Awards

Innovation Award:
The Innovation Award was presented to Forest Institute of Professional Psychology.

Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered Committee Professional Psychologist Award:
The GLBT Committee Professional Psychologist Award was presented to Peter Goldblum, Ph.D., Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, in recognition of his outstanding commitment to Professional Psychology, his advocacy for the welfare of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered (GLBT) individuals and his involvement in the establishment of GLBT Affirmative communities.


2006 NCSPP Awards

Innovation Award:
The Innovation Award was presented to the International Disaster Psychology Program at the University of Denver's Graduate School of Professional Psychology. The program is the first of its kind in the nation and represents the first training program housed within a professional psychology graduate program designed to train both clinicians and humanitarian workers to respond to the ever increasing number of national and international crises. The University offers a Masters Degree in International Disaster Psychology, as well as a specialty focus tool in International Disaster Psychology within the existing Psy.D. Program at the Graduate School of Professional Psychology.
     The mission of the International Center for Disaster Psychology is to provide comprehensive and humane graduate-level education of the highest quality in the development and application of psychological interventions to persons across the globe suffering the effects of armed conflict, natural disasters, epidemics and terrorism; to promote scientifically based professional training for applied clinical work; and to accomplish this within an academic environment of cooperation that fosters critical thinking and self-determination.

Innovation Award:
The Innovation Award was presented to the Widener University's
Neuropsychology Assessment Center Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology
.

Advocacy Award:
The
Advocacy Award was presented to Luli Emmons, Ph.D. for her longstanding leadership and advocacy on behalf of the advancement of education and training in professional psychology.

Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered Committee Student Award:
Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered Committee Student Award was presented to Gregory M. Jones, Nova Southeastern University, in recognition of outstanding commitment to Professional Psychology and his advocacy for the welfare of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered (GLBT) individuals and the establishment of GLBT Affirmative communities.


2005 NCSPP Awards

Distinguished Professional Psychologist Award:
The Distinguished Professional Psychologist Award was presented to
Henry Tomes, Ph.D., for a career of service to psychology in the public interest and for support of professional psychology.

Institutional Advocacy Award:
The Institutional Advocacy Award given to the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in recognition of its outstanding commitment to advancing the attitudes, skills and knowledge of professional advocacy and public policy.


2004 NCSPP Awards

Institutional Diversity Award:
The Institutional Diversity Award was presented to Widener University, in recognition for significant institutional contributions to the enhancement of ethnic and racial diversity in professional psychology training.

Widener University faculty accepting award

Patrick DeLeon, Ph.D., J.D.Inaugural Advocacy Award:
The Inaugural Advocacy Award was presented to Patrick H. DeLeon, Ph.D., J.D., for his passionate lifelong advocacy effort on behalf of the advancement of education and training in professional psychology.

Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered Committee Individual Award:
The Gay Lesbian Bisexual Committee Individual Award:was presented to Kristin A. Hancock, Ph.D., in recognition of her outstanding contributions and commitment to raising awareness and increasing knowledge of Lesbian Gay, Bisexual and Transgender concerns within educational institutions.

Lynn H. Collins, Ph.D.Inaugural Women’s Issues Committee Individual Award:
The Inaugural Women’s Issues Committee Individual Award was presented to Lynn H. Collins, Ph.D., in recognition for significant and individual contributions to the enhancement of women’s issues in professional psychology.

 

 

 

 


2003 NCSPP AwardsNancy Boyd-Franklin, Ph.D.

Ethnic Racial Diversity Committee Award:
The Ethnic Racial Diversity Committee Award was presented to Nancy Boyd-Franklin, Ph.D., in recognition for significant individual contributions to the enhancement of ethnic and racial diversity in professional psychology training.

Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgendered Committee Individual Award:
The Gay Lesbian Bisexual Committee Individual Award was presented to
Kristin A. Hancock, Ph.D.


2002 NCSPP Awards

Ethnic and Racial Diversity Committee Institutional Award:
Ethnic and Racial Diversity Committee Institutional Award was presented to Argosy University/Honolulu for significant contributions to the enhancement of ethnic racial diversity.


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