APF/Div. 29 Early Career Award
This early career award was established as The Jack D. Krasner Memorial Award and first bestowed in 1981. In 2007, the Division raised $50,000 in donations, which endowed this award for administration by the American Psychological Foundation (APF). This award is now named the APF/Division 29 Early Career Award and is administered by APF.
Award recipients receive an honorarium of $1,600 from APF.
The division also provides an award plaque to the recipient at its Awards Ceremony at the APA Annual Convention.
For more information about Division 29, please see their website.
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Membership in Div. 29.
Be within 10 years of receipt of the doctorate.
Demonstrated accomplishment and achievement related to psychotherapy theory, practice, research or training.
Conformance with stated program goals and qualifications.
Application materials include:
A nomination letter written by a colleague outlining the nominee's career contributions (no self-nominations are allowed).
A current curriculum vitae.
Catherine Eubanks, PhD, Yeshiva University
Tony Rousmaniere, PhD, University of Washington
Rayna D. Markin, PhD, Villanova University
2016Christian Webb, PhD, Harvard Medical School
Joshua K. Swift, PhD, Idaho State University
Stephanie L. Budge, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Zachary E. Imel, PhD, University of Utah
James Boswell, PhD, Boston University
Jesse Owen, PhD, University of Louisville
Andres De Los Reyes, PhD, University of Maryland at College Park
Tami Jo De Coteau, PhD, Indian Health Service
Katherine L. Muller, PsyD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Kenneth N. Levy, PhD, Pennsylvania State University
Michael J. Constantino, PhD, University of Massachusetts