The following awards and grants are sponsored by Div. 39.
- Div. 39 Scholars Program
All graduate students as well as early career professionals (10 years or fewer of postdoctoral experience) in clinical psychology and related fields are eligible to apply for the scholars program.
Recognizes an individual who has made important contributions in expanding knowledge and advancing issues of diversity within psychoanalytic psychology.
Early Career Professional Paper Award
This award is given to the best paper submission for the Div. 39 Spring Meeting by a participant who is within the first seven years after training.
Honors members who have made enduring contributions to psychoanalytic psychology.
Johanna K. Tabin Press Book Proposal Prize
The aim of this prize is to encourage psychoanalytic writing by Div. 39 members who have yet to publish a psychoanalytic book.
This award is given to a person who has dedicated him/herself to the advancement of Psychoanalysis and/or by service to Div. 39.
Scholarship and Research Award
This award is given to a person who has made significant contributions in advancing psychoanalytic psychology in the areas of theory, practice, and/or research.
Stephen 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.