Peter J.N. Linnerooth National Service Award

Offered to an early career psychologist (within seven years of receiving a doctorate degree), this award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding clinical or research contributions in the areas of suicide prevention, posttraumatic stress disorder or provider burnout related to working with active duty military and veterans.

Deadline: June 1


Nominees will have demonstrated their commitment to improving the lives of those who serve or have served in the military as well as their family members. This award was established in remembrance of Dr. Peter J.N. Linnerooth, who worked for the U.S. Army and Veterans Administration as a psychologist. After suffering with depression and posttraumatic stress disorder related to his own combat deployment, Linnerooth took his life in January 2013.

How to Apply

A letter containing the name of the individual being nominated, the nominee’s qualifications and a copy of the nominee’s curriculum vitae is requested. In addition, other supporting materials such as article reprints, other letters of recommendation, etc. may be included. All nomination materials for this award should be sent via electronic mail to Bret Moore, PsyD, ABPP.

Past Recipients

2013: Craig J. Bryan, PsyD, ABPP