Please join us in honoring the following 2015 award recipients – congratulations!
Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Clinical Psychology
presented to Jalie Tucker, Ph.D., M.P.H. for distinguished theoretical or
empirical contributions to Clinical Psychology throughout their careers.
Florence Halpern Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to
presented to Arthur Nezu, Ph.D., (Hon.) D.H.L., ABPP
for distinguished advances in psychology leading to the understanding or
amelioration of important practical problems and outstanding contributions
to the general profession of clinical psychology.
Stanley Sue Award for Distinguished Contributions to Diversity in Clinical
presented to Guillermo Bernal, Ph.D. for remarkable contributions
to the understanding of human diversity and whose contributions have
significant promise for bettering the human condition, overcoming prejudice,
and enhancing the quality of life for humankind.
Toy Caldwell-Colbert Award for Distinguished Educator in Clinical Psychology
presented to Lizabeth Roemer, Ph.D. for excellence in mentoring clinical
psychology graduate students, interns, postdoctoral fellows and junior
David Shakow Early Career Award for Distinguished Scientific Contributions
to Clinical Psychology
presented to Rebecca Kathryn McHugh, Ph.D. for
contributions to the science clinical psychology by a person who has
received the doctorate within the past seven years and who has made
noteworthy contributions both to science and to practice.
Samuel M. Turner Early Career Award for Distinguished Contributions to
Diversity in Clinical Psychology
presented to Monnica Williams, Ph.D. for an
early career psychologist who has made exemplary contributions to diversity
within the field. Such contributions can include research, service,
practice, training, or any combination thereof.
The American Psychological Foundation Theodore Blau Early Career Award for
Distinguished Professional Contributions to Clinical Psychology
presented to Jonathan Comer, Ph.D., for professional accomplishment and promise in
Clinical Psychology. Accomplishments may include promoting the practice of
clinical psychology through professional service; innovation in service
delivery; novel application of applied research methodologies to
professional practice; positive impact on health delivery systems;
development of creative educational programs for practice; or other novel or
creative activities advancing the service of the profession.
The American Psychological Foundation Theodore Millon Award
presented to John Edens, Ph.D. for outstanding mid-career advances in the science of
personality psychology including the areas of personology, personality
theory, personality disorders, and personality measurement. This award is
given jointly by The American Psychological Foundation and the Society of