Stephen Mitchell Award (for Graduate Students and Early Career Clinicians)

Stephen Mitchell Award (for Graduate Students and Early Career Clinicians)

PLEASE CIRCULATE TO current graduate students and graduates who have received their degree within the last FIVE years:

Submit Your Paper for the Mitchell Award

Papers are invited for the 2013 Stephen A. Mitchell Award. Established by Psychoanalytic Psychology and the Board of the Division of Psychoanalysis, the award honors our esteemed colleague as well as a graduate student whose paper is deemed exemplary by a panel of Judges.

The award includes a $500 cash prize, airfare and registration for the Division Spring Meeting, at which the paper will be read, and publication in Psychoanalytic Psychology.
The deadline for submissions for the 2013 Mitchell Prize is August 1, 2012.

All current graduate students and graduates who have received their degree within the last FIVE years are eligible to apply for the Mitchell Award.

An electronic version of the paper, along with a cover letter, should be submitted to the editor, Elliot Jurist, to: psychoanalyticpsychology@gmail.com   (please include “Mitchell Award” in subject line).

Elliot L. Jurist, Ph.D., Ph.D.
Director, Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology
Graduate Center, CUNY
Professor, Department of Psychology, CCNY
Editor, PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOLOGY
Official Journal of Division 39
Published by the Educational Publishing Foundation of the American Psychological Association)

 

** PLEASE DIRECT ALL QUESTIONS TO  psychoanalyticpsychology@gmail.com **

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