Distinguished Psychologist of the Year Award
The Board shall employ the following guidelines for the selection of the recipient of the Distinguished Psychologist of the Year Award:
Distinguished, sustained service in the practice of psychology. While no specific length of service is required, a minimum of 15 to 20 years should be the norm.
The candidate is licensed and devotes a significant portion of time to the delivery of services.
Evidence of having received local, state, or national recognition.
The achievement of recognition by an appropriate specialty board.
Having served on local, state, or national boards, committees, and/or a division of APA.
The publication of theoretical, scientific, and/or research articles, books, monographs, and assessment devices which have made a demonstrable impact on the practice or thinking of colleagues.
The recipient of honors from other professional organizations.
Significant contribution in the areas of the training and/or teaching of colleagues.
Distinguished contribution to public welfare as a psychologist.
Helen Coons, PhD
Nancy Molitor, PhD
T. Richard Saunders
Dorothy W Cantor
Richard H. Mikesell
Michael F. Enright
George D. Goldman
Arthur L. Kovacs
Jack G. Wiggins
Stanley R. Graham
Herbert J. Freudenberger