Norine Johnson, PhD, Psychotherapy Research Grant (Division 29)

The annual Norine Johnson, PhD, Psychotherapy Research Grant (Division 29) provides $10,000 toward the advancement of research on psychotherapist factors that may impact treatment effectiveness and outcomes, including type of training, amount of training, professional degree or discipline of the psychotherapist, and the role or impact of psychotherapists' personal characteristics on psychotherapy treatment outcomes.

Deadline: April 1, 2014

Sponsor Division 29

Description

This grant funds research on psychotherapist factors that may impact treatment effectiveness and outcomes, including type of training, amount of training, professional degree or discipline of the psychotherapist, and the role or impact of psychotherapists’ personal characteristics on psychotherapy treatment outcomes.

Program Goals 
  • Advance understanding of psychotherapist factors that may impact treatment effectiveness and outcomes through support of empirical research.

  • Encourage researchers with a successful record of publication to undertake research in these areas.
Funding Specifics 
  • One annual grant of $10,000.

  • Award to be paid in one lump sum to the researcher, to his or her university's grants and contracts office, or to an incorporated company. Individuals who receive the funds could incur tax liabilities.

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