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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Grants & Awards
    International discount Program Discount Newsletter Announcements Recent Announcements Newsletter Useful resources Internship directory and survey Professional Training and Employment Clinical Science Links SSCP APS Psychological Science Career Mentorship Match For members Members only content Board Notes SSCP Listserv Click each link below to see more information Regular awards and grants Susan Nolen Hoeksema Early Career Research Award Due Feb 1 More info Distinguished Scientist Award Due Oct 31 More info

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/Grants-&-Awards (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Susan Nolen-Hoeksema Early Career Research Award
    APS Psychological Science Career Mentorship Match For members Members only content Board Notes SSCP Listserv Home Grants Awards Susan Nolen Hoeksema Early Career Research Award Susan Nolen Hoeksema Early Career Research Award In 2013 the Board of Directors of SSCP created the Susan Nolen Hoeksema Early Career Research A ward This award is dedicated to the memory of Susan Nolen Hoeksema Chair and Professor of Psychology at Yale University and SSCP member who was known during her career as an outstanding clinical research scientist and a strong advocate and mentor to many students in clinical psychology Dr Nolen Hoeksema passed away on January 2 2013 The winner of this award will come from the ranks of members of SSCP in good standing who are within 8 years of their Ph D Outstanding early career research scientists are those who have provided exceptional contributions to the science of clinical psychology in one or more content areas This could include one or more of the following groundbreaking conceptual or theoretical approaches to a problem innovative methodological contributions or highly significant and impactful empirical findings In addition to the above description nominees will be evaluated on multiple criteria including but not limited to publications grants awards presentations and positions attained since the receipt of their Ph D Consideration also will be given to the statements of nominees current and former professional colleagues and mentors about the nominee s research prominence and impact in the field of clinical psychology Nominators should submit applications by email as a single document to the current SSCP President Applications should include a a cover letter nominating a particular individual for the award b a statement of the reasons why the nominee is considered to be outstanding consistent with the definition and criteria provided above c the nominee s

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/Susan-Nolen-Hoeksema-Early-Career-Research-Award (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Early Career Award Winners
    Previous winners Dissertation Grant Award Previous winners Outstanding Student Researcher Award Previous winners Outstanding Student Teacher Award Previous winners Outstanding student clinician award Student Clinican Award Previous Winners Membership Membership application Why join SSCP How to renew Membership discounts Multi year discounts International discount Program Discount Newsletter Announcements Recent Announcements Newsletter Useful resources Internship directory and survey Professional Training and Employment Clinical Science Links SSCP APS Psychological Science Career Mentorship

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/page-18134 (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Distinguished Scientist Award
    Previous winners Outstanding student clinician award Student Clinican Award Previous Winners Membership Membership application Why join SSCP How to renew Membership discounts Multi year discounts International discount Program Discount Newsletter Announcements Recent Announcements Newsletter Useful resources Internship directory and survey Professional Training and Employment Clinical Science Links SSCP APS Psychological Science Career Mentorship Match For members Members only content Board Notes SSCP Listserv Home Grants Awards Distinguished Scientist Award Distinguished Scientist Award The SSCP Distinguished Scientist A ward is given each year to an individual who need not be an SSCP member who has made an extremely important career contribution to the science of clinical psychology A list of previous award winners appears here The award winner will be invited to present a talk at the APS or possibly APA annual meeting and will receive a 1 000 honorarium Nominating individuals for this award is easy and we strongly encourage you to do so E mail us with the individual s name CV and a brief no more than 1 page description of why you believe she or he is deserving of the award Specifically it will be most helpful if you can describe the individual s accomplishments that are

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/page-18084 (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Distinguished Scientist Award - Previous Winners
    winners Dissertation Grant Award Previous winners Outstanding Student Researcher Award Previous winners Outstanding Student Teacher Award Previous winners Outstanding student clinician award Student Clinican Award Previous Winners Membership Membership application Why join SSCP How to renew Membership discounts Multi year discounts International discount Program Discount Newsletter Announcements Recent Announcements Newsletter Useful resources Internship directory and survey Professional Training and Employment Clinical Science Links SSCP APS Psychological Science Career Mentorship Match For members Members only content Board Notes SSCP Listserv Home Grants Awards Distinguished Scientist Award Distinguished Scientist Award Previous Winners Distinguished Scientist Award Previous winners Year Name 2015 Stephen Hinshaw 2014 Phillip Kendall 2013 Ian Gotlib 2012 William Pelham 2011 Richard R Bootzin 2010 Thomas Widiger 2009 William Iacono 2008 Constance Hammen 2007 Susan Mineka 2006 Richard M McFall 2005 Richard McNally 2004 Lyn Abramson Lauren Alloy 2002 Steven Hollon 2001 Marsha Linehan 2000 Alan Marlatt 1999 Alan Kazdin 1998 Thomas Borkovec 1997 Michael Goldstein 1996 Peter M Lewinsohn 1995 Andrew Mathews 1994 Irving I Gottesman 1993 Edna Foa 1992 Loren Chapman 1991 John Neale 1990 John Teasdale 1989 David Barlow 1988 Hans Eysenck 1987 G Terence Wilson 1986 Martin Seligman 1985 K Daniel O Leary 1984 Stanley J Rachman

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/page-18085 (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Varda Shoham Clinical Scientist Training Initiative
    For members Members only content Board Notes SSCP Listserv Home Grants Awards Varda Shoham Clinical Scientist Training Initiative Varda Shoham Clinical Scientist Training Initiative A message from the SSCP Varda Shoham Clinical Scientist Training Initiative Committee The SSCP Clinical Scientist Training Initiative was created in 2011 to support innovative efforts to advance the integration of science into clinical training programs at all levels In 2014 this initiative was dedicated to the memory of Varda Shoham who held positions at Arizona State University and the National Institute of Mental Health and was a renowned champion of clinical science and a past President of SSCP Dr Shoham passed away on March 18 2014 Winners of this award typically 3 per year will be training programs predoctoral graduate practicum externship internship or postdoctoral levels offering especially innovative transformative or impactful proposals to improve scientifically grounded training Funds are intended to support programs in launching new projects or supporting ongoing initiatives that are designed to more effectively integrate science and practice into their training program Typically faculty and senior staff apply for this award but it is also possible for students to apply so long as their application clearly has the support of their department Applications will be evaluated in terms the feasibility of the proposal the likelihood that clinical science will be enhanced innovation impact on underrepresented populations and sustainability including institutional support after completion of the project Programs that have applied previously but were not funded are especially encouraged to apply New this year applicants must specify one of three tracks representing the most notable strength of their application Applications will compete within tracks with the aim of identifying one winning application per track The tracks are 1 Conducting science in on applied settings 2 Innovation in clinical science training or resources

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/page-18087 (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Previous winners
    Modular Approach to Therapy for Children with Anxiety Depression Trauma or Conduct Problems MATCH ADTC as well as a core set of common clinical outcomes electronically 2012 Mississippi State University Department of Psychology Disseminating and Measuring Empirically Supported Treatments in a Rural Area Goals advance a rural clinic that disseminates empirically supported treatments to underserved patients The grant will help to 1 provide an increase in technological and material resources available to the clinic 2 establish an online patient data repository to monitor treatment change and 3 conduct a supervisory workshop hosted by an in house clinical supervision expert The goal of this project is to continue the transition of the clinic from a site that offers primarily testing services to one that can also offer empirically supported therapeutic interventions Center for Palliative Care at the James Cancer Hospital and Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University Inpatient psycho oncology and palliative care distress screening Utilizing technology to enhance screening intervention and outcomes assessment Goals purchase a tablet PC to 1 improve the efficiency of patient screening and communication of results and recommendations to other medical team members 2 refine the distress screening measure and 3 report on outcomes of the interventions The clinical data that would be captured using electronic distress screening would allow us to better understand the areas of psychological distress experienced by palliative care inpatients and enhance our ability to modify and target psychological interventions to address patient distress University of Rhode Island Department of Psychology Enhancing therapy and clinical training through evidence based assessment of psychotherapy progress and outcomes A three pronged plan Goals 1 To increase graduate student knowledge and understanding of issues related to the empirically based assessment of psychotherapy progress and outcomes we will invite one or more experts in the

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/page-18088 (2015-03-27)
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  • Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology - Lawrence H. Cohen Outstanding Mentor Award
    H Cohen Outstanding Mentor A ward was initiated in 2013 and is dedicated to the memory of Lawrence H Cohen Professor of Psychology at the University of Delaware and SSCP member who was known during his career as a strong advocate and mentor to many students in clinical psychology The 2014 recipient was Dr Constance Hammen Professor of Psychology UCLA The winner of this award will come from the ranks of members of SSCP in good standing with substantial experience mentoring clinical psychology graduate students interns and or postdoctoral fellows in clinical psychological science Outstanding mentors are those who have provided exceptional guidance through leadership role modeling advising supervision instruction advocacy and other activities aimed at providing opportunities for scientific growth professional development and networking Nominees will be evaluated on these criteria as well as the accomplishments of their current and former doctoral students interns and or postdoctoral fellows in terms of award grants publications presentations and positions attained upon completion of their training etc However these criteria will be weighed in the context of the mentor nominee s stage of career Strong consideration will be given to the statements of nominees current and former doctoral students interns and or postdoctoral fellows about their mentor s qualitative and specific impact on their professional training and development Appropriate nominators are current or past trainees of the mentor Fellow colleagues may nominate a mentor as well if they have sufficient knowledge of the mentoring practices of the nominee Nominators should submit applications by email to the current SSCP president as a single document Applications should include a a cover letter nominating a particular individual for the award b a statement of the reasons why the nominee is considered to be outstanding consistent with the definition and criteria provided above c a list

    Original URL path: http://www.sscpweb.org/page-18089 (2015-03-27)
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