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Outstanding Early Career Achievement Award
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The early career award is granted no more than 9 years after the person hascompleted his or her main research training (e.g., award of terminal degree, postdoctoral training if any).

The award should reflect the significance of the nominee’s contributions, productivity, as well as promise in making scientific contributions to psychotherapy research. To make a nomination, the nominator should prepare three sets of the supporting documents and then send (via email) one set to each member of the Awards Committee.

The documents are: (a) the nominee's curriculum vitae; (b) a personal statement from the nominee that summarizes his/her program of research; (c) copies of four representative publications (the nominee should be the first author on some of these publications); (d) at least three letters of recommendation (one from the nominator) attesting to the quality, significance, and promise of the nominee's work. The three recommenders should represent more than one institution.

All of the materials, except for the publications, must be in English. If any publications are not in English, please include an abstract of each in English.


Please note: In order to be eligible, nominees for the 2018 awards must be planning to attend the Conference in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.


Deadline for submission of names for the Early Career award is extended to January 15, 2018.


Award Committee

Chris Muran (Chair)
Chris Perry
Jeanne Watson


Please email your nominations to

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