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Florence Tyson Grant to Study Music Psychotherapy
The Florence Tyson Grant to Study Music Psychotherapy of the American Music Therapy Association has been established in Florence's memory by Michael G. McGuire, MM, MT-BC, to support professional music therapists in post-undergraduate training in music psychotherapy, music and psychotherapy, or psychotherapy.
Award: The Tyson Grant provides free registration to attend the upcoming Annual AMTA Conference and attend a CMTE. Continuing education credits selected should focus on training in music psychotherapy, music and psychotherapy, or psychotherapy (if available).
The award is not transferable and may not be redeemed for cash or for any other continuing education activity. A final written report is required and must be submitted to AMTA within 30 days of the end of the award period. The report will include a summary of the continuing education activities, the anticipated impact these activities will have on the recipient's career and clients. Award winners may not reapply for a period of 5 years. AMTA Executive Board members, review committee members, and AMTA National Office staff are not eligible to apply.
Requirements: The application narrative should be a maximum of two (2) pages. Briefly describe how the study of music psychotherapy, music and psychotherapy, and/or psychotherapy is important to your work as a music therapist. Statement of need, potential professional development and client impact, and strength/appropriateness of continuing education goals and opportunities should also be included.
Application Deadline: All entries must be received by 6:00 pm EST June 27, 2014 without exception.
Oskar Pfister Award
The Oskar Pfister Award was established in 1983 in memory of Oskar Pfister, an ordained minister who studied and used psychoanalytic principles in his work. The award is given to honor outstanding contributions in the field of psychiatry and religion.
The award recipient receives a plaque and a $1,000 honorarium upon presentation of the award lecture at the APA Annual Meeting or the Institute on Psychiatric Services.
A nomination consists of a letter summarizing how and why the nominee is deserving of the award, a one-page biographical sketch of the nominee, and the nominee’s curriculum vitae. Nominations must be submitted electronically at email@example.com.
Deadline: June 1
Selection is made by a work group of the APA Council on Minority Mental Health and Mental Health Disparities consisting of a representative from the Council and the officers of the Caucus on Religion and Psychiatry, and the Association of Professional Chaplains.
Johanna K. Tabin Press Book Proposal Prize
The aim of this prize is to encourage psychoanalytic writing by Division 39 members who have yet to publish a psychoanalytic book.
This is the fifth annual contest for a first book by a psychoanalytic author. The winner receives a $1000 cash prize, certificate of recognition, and guarantee of publication by the APA Press. The aim of this prize is to encourage psychoanalytic writing by Division 39 members who have yet to publish a psychoanalytic book. We look for good writing, originality, as well as clinical and scholarly relevance. While some previously published material may be included, the proposed book should consist primarily of new work and promise to be an original and coherent monograph. Edited collections of previously published papers are not acceptable, nor are edited volumes of contributions by more than one author. Simultaneous submissions to other publishers will disqualify the entry.
Division 39 and APA Press announce that beginning in 2012, the Johanna K. Tabin/Division 39 APA Book Proposal Prize will be awarded at the Division 39 Spring Meeting, consequently, the deadline for submissions has been changed.
Annual submissions are due by December 31.
We look for good writing, originality, as well as clinical and scholarly relevance. While some previously published material may be included, the proposed book should consist primarily of new work and promise to be an original and coherent monograph. Edited collections of previously published papers are not acceptable, nor are edited volumes of contributions by more than one author. Simultaneous submissions to other publishers will disqualify the entry.
How To Apply
The proposal should consist of:
a cover letter with the only mention of the author's identifying and contact information
a full CV (with name deleted)
a statement of the mission, scope, and potential contribution of the project to psychoanalysis; this statement should be complete enough that the reviewers can gain a good sense of the theme of the book and its potential contribution to the field
table of contents
one, and only one, sample chapter that represents the theme of the monograph
Submissions are accepted in hard copy only and must be in quintuplicate. Blind review evaluations are conducted by the Book Proposal Prize Committee and an Honorary Judge.
All submissions for a given year's award must be submitted by December 31 of the previous year to:
Book Prize Division of Psychoanalysis
2615 Amesbury Road
Winston Salem, NC 27103
Questions should be addressed to:
Frank Summers, PhD, ABPP
Telephone: (312) 266-8230
American Psychoanalytic Association Scientific Paper Prize
The $1000 Scientific Paper Prize recognizes the most outstanding empirical research paper relevant to psychoanalysis published in the previous calendar year.
Sponsor: Committee on Scientific Activities - Subcommittee on Science Paper Prizes
Empirical research papers published in English in any peer-reviewed journal. Authors need not be APsaA members. Judges review the major psychoanalytic journals to identify papers for consideration, and encourage the submission of papers published elsewhere.
Deadline for submission is February 1 of the subsequent year. Electronic submission is encouraged, or five hard copies addressed to Chair of the Subcommittee on Science Paper Prizes.
Barbara Milrod, M.D., Chair
Tina Faison firstname.lastname@example.org
American Psychoanalytic Association
309 East 49th Street
New York, NY 10017
American Psychological Foundation/Division 29 Early Career Award
This award recognizes promising contributions to psychotherapy, psychology and the Division of Psychotherapy by a Division 29 member with seven or fewer years of postdoctoral experience.
Deadline: January 1, 2014
Sponsors: APF; Division 29
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 $2,500 from APF.
The division also provides an award plaque to the recipient at its Awards Ceremony at the APA Annual Convention.
Membership in Division 29.
Be within seven 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.
How to Apply
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.
Application materials must be submitted online.
Please contact William Stiles, PhD, awards chair, for additional information.