Family Psychologist of the Year

Awarded for outstanding sustained contributions to family psychology.
Description

For outstanding sustained contributions to the field of family psychology. This can be in education, research or practice through:

  1. Service on local, state, or national boards and committees in family psychology organizations.
  2. Publication of theoretical, scientific, research or clinical articles, books or monographs or assessment devices which have made a demonstrable impact in family psychology.
  3. Significant contribution in the areas of training, supervision, and/or teaching students of colleagues throughout the years in the area of family psychology.
  4. Record of making presentations and/or leading workshops on family psychology topics at universities, professional meetings and conferences, or on special programs.
  5. Service on journal boards in the field of family psychology.
Past Recipients
2013

Alan S. Gurman, PhD

2012

John Thoburn

2011

Thomas L. Sexton 

2010

Gerald Weeks 

2009

William Watson

2008

James H. Bray

2007

Mark Stanton

2006

Jay Lebow

2005

David Hargrove

2004

Froma W. Walsh

2003

Anne Kazak, PhD

2002

Nancy Boyd-Franklin

2001

William Pinsof

2000

Roberta Nutt

1999

Nadine Kaslow

1998

Michele Harway

1997

Charles Figley

1995

Susan H. McDaniel

1994

Luciano L'Abate

1993

James F. Alexander

1992

Carolyn Attneave

1991

Howard A. Liddle

1990

Arthur Bodin

1989

Harold Goolishian

1988

George Nixon

1987

Don-David Lusterman

1986

Florence W. Kaslow

1984

Richard H. Mikesell