Outstanding SPTA Award

This award honors a psychological association that provides a model for other associations to emulate, by achievements and outstanding accomplishments, such as:

  • Initiating innovative programming and services

  • Advancing the profession through advocacy and significant legislative accomplishments

  • Increasing membership growth and retention

  • Demonstrating strategies for promoting financial stability of the Association

  • A proven history of producing leaders in organized psychology

  • Promoting diversity within the Association

  • Contributing significantly to the public good

Annual Deadline: June 1

Eligibility

Recipients of this award exhibit the following achievements: initiating innovative programming and services; advancing the profession through advocacy and significant legislative accomplishments; increasing membership growth and retention; demonstrating strategies for promoting financial stability of the Association; a proven history of producing leaders in organized psychology; promoting diversity within the association; and contributing significantly to the public good.

How To Apply

Please submit nominations to to Sallie Hildebrandt, PhD.

Past Recipients

2014:  California Psychological Association
2013:  New Hampshire Psychological Association
2012:  Montana Psychological Association 
2011:  Utah Psychological Association
2010:  Massachusetts Psychological Association
2009:  Michigan Psychological Association
2008:  Iowa Psychological Association
2007:  California Psychological Association

Awards Recipient

outstanding-2012

Andy Benjamin, JD, PhD, ABPP, Division 31 President; George Watson, PhD – Montana’s Federal Advocacy Coordinator; Marti L. Wangen, CAE – Montana’s Executive Director; Patrick Davis, PhD – President, Montana Psychological Association