Past Recipients

The Awards and Recognition Committee recognizes the past recipients for the following SCP Awards:

Leona Tyler Award for Lifetime Achievement in Counseling Psychology
John Holland Award for Outstanding Achievement in Career and Personality Research
John D. Black Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Practice of Counseling Psychology
Fritz & Linn Kuder Early Career Award For Distinguished Scientific Contributions To Counseling Psychology
Dorothy Booz Black Award for Outstanding Achievement in Counseling Health Psychology
Social Justice Award
Outstanding Contribution to The Counseling Psychologist
Barbara A. Kirk Award
Donald E. Super Fellowship
Lifetime Mentoring Award
Best in Science Invited Address
Best in Practice Invited Address

Note: Award winners with hyperlinked names gave an award address that was video recorded and posted to the video sharing site, YouTube.  You may watch the video of their award address by clicking on their hyperlinked name.

RECIPIENTS OF THE LEONA TYLER AWARD FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT IN COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY

1980   Donald E. Super
1981    G. Gilbert Wrenn
1982    Harold B. Pepinsky
1983    Anne Roe
1984    Frederic Kuder
1985    Edward S. Borden
1986    Barbara A. Kirk
1987    Thomas M. Magoon
1988    Samuel H. Osipow
1989    John D. Krumboltz
1990    John G. Darley
1991    Roger Myers
1992    Lenore Harmon
1993    Stanley Strong
1994    C. H. Patterson
1995    Charles J. Gelso
1996    Jo-Ida Hansen
1997    Henry Borow
1998    Ursula Delworth
1999    Rene V. Dawis
2000    Nancy E. Betz
2001    Clara Hill
2002    Janet E. Helms
2003    Donald G. Zytowski
2004    W. Bruce Walsh
2005    Donald R. Atkinson
2006    Gerald Stone
2007    Ralph E. (“Ted”) Packard
2008    Terence Tracey
2009    Puncky P. Heppner
2010    Bruce Wampold
2011    Mark L. Savickas
2012    Lucia A. Gilbert
2013    Steven D. Brown
2014    Robert Lent
2015    Melba Vasquez
2016    Sandra L. Shullman

RECIPIENTS OF THE JOHN HOLLAND AWARD

1987    Arnold Spokane
1988    Nancy Betz
1989    Lucia Gilbert and Gary Gottfredson
1990    Gail Hackett
1991    Susan D. Phillips
1992    Louise Fitzgerald
1993    Robert Lent
1994    Mark Savickas
1995    Steven D. Brown
1996    Greg Neimeyer
1997    James Rounds
1998    David Blustein
1999    Frederick T. L. Leong
2000    Linda Mezydlo Subich
2001    No award presented
2002    Mary J. Heppner
2003    Nadya A. Fouad
2004    No award presented
2005    Susan Whiston
2006    David Tokar
2007    No award presented
2008    Ellen Hawley McWhirter
2009    Paul Hartung
2010    No award presented
2011    Donna E. Schultheiss
2012   No award presented
2013   No award presented
2014   Lisa Flores
2015   No award presented
2016   No award presented

RECIPIENTS OF THE JOHN D. BLACK AWARD

1994    Norma Simon
1995    Christine Ann Courtois
1996    Helen Roehlke
1997    Faith Tanney
1998    Jean Carter
1999    No award presented
2000    Melba Vasquez
2001    Louise Douce
2002    No award presented
2003    Sandra L.Shullman
2004    Emil Rodolfa
2005    No award presented
2006    No award presented
2007    Douglas C. Haldeman
2008    Mary O’Leary Wiley
2009    Carol D. Goodheart
2010    Elaine S. LeVine
2011    Armand R. Cerbone
2012    No award presented
2013    Bradley Brenner
2014    Amanda Baden
2015    No award presented
2016    No award presented

RECIPIENTS OF THE FRITZ AND LINN KUDER EARLY CAREER SCIENTIST/PRACTITIONER AWARD

1987    Gail Hackett
1988    Martin Heesacker
1989    Ed Watkins and Steven Robbins
1990    Brian McNeill
1991    David Blustein
1992    Brent Mallinckrodt
1993    Fred Leong
1994    Joseph Ponterotto and Timothy R. Elliott
1995    Judy M. Chartrand
1996    Patricia Frazier
1997    Ruth Fassinger
1998    No award presented
1999    Mary Heppner
2000   Madonna Constantine and Kathleen Bieschke
2001    Ellen Hawley McWhirter
2002    Susan L. Morrow and Elizabeth M. Vera
2003    Karen O’Brien
2004    Dorothy Espelage
2005    James L. Werth, Jr.
2006    Bryan Kim
2007    Bonnie Moradi
2008    Lisa Flores
2009    Meifen Wei and Krista Chronister
2010    David L. Vogel
2011    Jonathan Schwartz
2012   Lisa B. Spanierman
2013    Nathaniel Wade
2014    Meghan Davidson
2015    Jesse Owen
2015    Francisco Javier Sanchez
2016    Mindi Thompson

RECIPIENTS OF THE DOROTHY BOOZ BLACK AWARD

2000    Carl Thoreson
2001    John Alcorn
2002    Mary Ann Hoffman
2003    Elizabeth M. Altmaier
2004    Timothy R. Elliott
2005    Marilyn Stern
2006    Carolyn Tucker
2007    No award presented
2008    Larry C. James
2009    Sharon E. Robinson Kurpius
2010    Lydia P. Buki
2011    Everett L. Worthington
2012    Kathleen Chwalisz
2013    Matthew Martens
2014    Donald Nicholas
2015    Donald Eggerth
2016 No award presented

RECIPIENTS OF THE SOCIAL JUSTICE AWARD

2007    Maria Prendes-Lintel
2008    Arthur (Andy) M. Horne
2009    Kathryn L. Norsworthy
2010    Sharon S. Rostosky
2011    Etiony Aldarondo
2012   No award presented
2013    Karen M. O’Brien
2014   No award presented
2015    Brent Mallinckrodt
2015   Joseph Miles
2016 No award presented

THE OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION AWARD IN THE COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGIST

2000
John Westefeld
“Suicide: An Overview”

2001 (awarded in 2002)
Derald Wing Sue
“Multidimensional Facets of Cultural Competence”

2002 (awarded in 2003)
Bruce E. Wampold, James W. Lichtenberg, Charles A. Waehler
“Principles of Empirically supported interventions in counseling psychology”

2003 (awarded in 2004)
Kathy Zamostny, Mary O’Leary Wiley, Karen M. O’Brien, Richard M. Lee, Amanda L. Baden
“Breaking the Silence: Advancing Knowledge about Adoption for Counseling Psychologists”

2004 (awarded in 2005)
Susan L. Morrow, A. Lee Beckstead, Jeffrey A. Hayes, Douglas C. Haldeman, Erinn E. Tozer
“Conversion Therapies for Same-Sex Attracted Clients in Religious Conflict: Context, Predisposing Factors, Experiences and Implications for Therapy”

2005 (awarded in 2006)
David L.  Blustein, Ellen Hawley McWhirter, Justin C. Perry
“An Emancipatory Communitarian Approach to Vocational Development Theory, Research, and Practice”

2006 (awarded in 2007)
Rebecca Weston and Paul A. Gore
“A brief guide to structural equation modeling”

2007 (awarded in 2008)
Robin K. Henson, Janet E. Helms, Alissa Sherry, Jeffrey H. Kahn, and Rebecca Weston
“Qualitative Issues and Analyses in Counseling Psychology: Part 1”

2008 (awarded in 2009)
Sally M. Hage, John L. Romano, Robert K. Conyne, Maureen Kenny, Connie Matthews,
Jonathan P. Schwartz, and Michael Waldo
“1st practice guidelines on prevention, practice, research, training and social advocacy for psychologists”

2009 (awarded in 2010)
James M. O’Neil
“Summarizing 25 Years of Research on Men’s Gender Role Conflict Using the Gender Role Conflict Scale: New Research Paradigms and Clinical Implications”

2010 (awarded in 2011)
Laurie B. Mintz, Kathleen J. Bieschke, Aaron P. Jackson, Helen A. Neville, Joyce Illfelder-Kaye, Carrie L. Winterowd, Michael L. Loewy, Eve M. Adams, Marie L. Miville, Cindy L. Juntunen, Changming Duan, Karen Lese-Fowler, Kevin Bursley, Elizabeth Reyes, Elizabeth M. Vera, Catherine L. Grus, Stephen R. McCutcheon, and Zac E. Imel
“Counseling Psychology Model Training Values Statement Addressing
Diversity”

2011 (awarded in 2012)
Dawn M. Szymanski, Lauren B. Moffitt and Erika R. Carr
“Sexual Objectification of Women: Advances to Theory and Research”

2012 (awarded in 2013)
Mary Sue Richardson
“Counseling for Work and Relationships”

2013 (awarded in 2014)
Femina P. Varghese, Erica L. Fitzgerald, Krista M. Chronister, Devon L. Cummings, Linda M. Forrest and Lindsey E. Brown
“Vocational Psychology and Corrections”

2014 (awarded in 2015)
Shannon Chavez-Korell, David Acevedo-Polakovich, Adriana J. Umana-Taylor, Megan O’Donnell, George P. Knight, Mark W. Roosa, Cady Berkel, Rajni Nair, Jennifer R. Cousineau, Kelley M. Quirk, James I. Gerhart, Katrina M. Bell, Maame S. Adomako, Lucas Torres, Gregory Benson-Florez, Angelica Delgado Rendon and Rene Farias
“2015 TCP Outstanding Paper Award, 2014 Major Contribution, February Issue”

2015 (awarded in 2016)
Joseph P. Gone, Donna K. Nagata, and Dennis C. Wendt
“Potentially Harmful Therapy and Multicultural Counseling”

RECIPIENTS OF THE BARBARA A. KIRK AWARD

1988
Carolyn Enns, U. of California – Santa Barbara
Advisor: Gail Hackett
Title:   A comparison of nonfeminist and profeminist women’s reactions to nonsexist, liberal feminist, and radical feminist counseling and therapy

1989
Donna Moilanen, SUNY – Albany
Advisor: Myrna Friedlander
Title:   An investigation of the relationship of depression, vulnerability, and cognitive development to the cognitive processing of adolescents and young adults

1990
Beth Haverkamp, University of Minnesota
Advisor: Jo-Ida C. Hansen
Title:   An investigation of the hypothesis testing behavior of counseling trainees

1990
Robert Powell, North Carolina State University Advisor: Don C. Locke
Title:   Moral and ego development among female offenders

1991
Karen Multon, Loyola University – Chicago
Advisor: Steve Brown
Title: The relationship of self-efficacy and academic achievement: A meta-analytic investigation (not her dissertation)

1992
Paul M. Spengler, SUNY – Albany
Advisor: Douglas C. Strohmer
Title:   Diagnostic and treatment overshadowing of vocational problems by personal problems (not his dissertation)

1993
Kathleen Chwalisz, University of Iowa
Advisor: Ursula Delworth
Title:   Development of the perceived stress model of caregiver burden among spouses of head-injured persons

1994
James Rogers, University of Akron
Advisor: Linda Subich
Title:   Development and psychometric analysis of the suicide assessment check list

1995
Willis Elton Metcalfe, University of North Carolina
Advisor: John Galassi
Title:   Men who batter women: The identification of a typology using cluster analysis

1996
Beth S. Richie, University of Maryland
Advisor: Ruth Fassinger
Title:   Persistence, connection, and passion: A qualitative study of the career development of highly achieving African-American and Caucasian women

1997
Jeffrey H. Kahn, Iowa State University Advisor: Norman Scott
Title:   Predictors of research productivity and science-related career goals among counseling psychology doctoral students

1998
Sharon Gizara, Michigan State University
Advisor: Linda Forrest
Title:   Supervisor’s constructions of intern impairment and incompetence at APA accredited internship sites

1999
Marjorie Dennin, State University of New York at Albany Advisor: Michael Ellis
Title:   Effects of a method of self-supervision for Counselor trainees

1999
Tania Israel, Arizona State University
Advisor: Gail Hackett
Title: Comparing counselor education models for Training counselors to work with lesbian, And bisexual clients

2000
David Donnay, Iowa State University
Advisor: Fred Borgen Title:

2000
Lisa Flores, University of Missouri-Columbia
Advisor: Michael J. Patton
Title:   Factors contributing to the career choices of Mexican American adolescent women.

2001
Naomi M. Dogan, The Pennsylvania State University
Advisor:
Title: Navigating Disruption: Women Students Experiences of Sexual Harassment

2001
Aaron B. Rochlen, University of Maryland
Advisor: Karen O’Brien
Title: The Relation of Male Gender Role Conflict and Attitudes Toward Career Counseling to Interest in and Preference for Different career Counseling Styles

2002
Michele L. Speranza, University at Albany-State University of New York
Advisor: Michael Ellis
Title: Counselor Hypothesis-Testing Strategies in Implicity and Explicit Diagnostic Contexts

2002
Ezemenari M. Obasi, The Ohio State University
Advisor: Lisa Y. Flores
Title: Construction and Validation of theWorldview Analysis Scale

2003
Michelle A. Swagler, University of Albany—State University of New York.
Advisor: Michael V. Ellis
Title: Crossing the Distance: Adjustment of Taiwanese Graduate Students in the U.S.

2004
Mark Taylor
Advisor: Michael Mobley  Title: The Effects of Success and Failure Situations in Relation to Hope and Explanatory Style for Perfectionists

2005
Patrick Armstrong, University of Illinois
Advisor: Jim Rounds.  Title: The Strong ring:  A basic interests model of occupational structure

2006
Rob Bedi, University of British Columbia
Advisor: Beth Haverkamp
Title: Concept-mapping the Client’s Perspective on Counseling Alliance Formation

2007
Jennifer Bradford, University of North Texas

2008
V. Paul Poteat, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Advisor: Lisa Spanierman
Title: Peer Group Socialization of Homophobic Attitudes and Behaviors during Adolescence

2009
David S. Shen Miller, University of Oregon
Advisor: Linda Forrest
Intersections of Diversity and Trainee Competence Problems: Faculty Perspectives from Context to”Colorblindness”

Mindi Thompson, University of Akron
Advisor: Linda Subich
Social Status Identity and Classism in Relation to Vocational Outcomes

2010
Alisa R. Caban, University of Oregon
Advisor: Ellen Hawley McWhirter
Development and initial validation of a multicultural competence change scale for psychology trainees

2011
Melanie Brewster
Advisor: Bonnie Boradi
Title: Perceived Experiences of Anti-Bisexual Prejudice: Instrument Development and Evaluation

2012
Manijeh Badiee
Title: Portraits of Empowerment Exhibited by One Million Signatures Campaign Activists

Angela Garrison
Title: Disentangling the Effects of Depression Symptoms and Adult Attachment on Emotional Disclosure

2013
Joseph H. Hammer

Terrance L. Walker

2014
Brandon Velez

2015
Blake Allan

2016
Theodore T. Bartholomew

RECIPIENTS OF THE DONALD E. SUPER FELLOWSHIP

1996
Maria Gomez, University of Maryland
Advisor: Ruth Fassinger
Title:   The career development of notable Latinas

1997
No award presented

1998
Naomi Dogan, Pennsylvania State University
Advisor: Kathleen Bieschke
Title:   Towards a theory of sexual harrassment: Giving voice to victims’ experiences

1998
Kathryn A. Foley, University of Notre Dame
Advisor: Naomi Meara
Title:   Predictions of vocational identity of rural Adolescents

1999
Luis Rivas, Southern Illinois University
Advisor: Jane Swanson
Title:   Career maturity, exploration and identity Foreclosure of student athletes and student Non-athletes

1999
Sherry Vidal Brown, Texas A & M University
Advisor: Bruce Thompson
Title:   The career assessment diagnostic inventory: A psychometric study

2000
Bianca Schaefer

2001
Krista Gragg   University of Oregon
Advisor: Ellen McWhirter
Title: Women, Domestic Violence, and Career Counseling: An Empirical Investigation of the Efficacy of Two Career Intervention Programs.

2002
Yuli Liu, University of Southern California
Advisor: Ruth Gim Chung
Title: The Roles of Acculturation, Gender, and Family in the Career Decision Self-Efficacy of Asian American College Students

2003
Christa Schmidt, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Advisor: Johanna Nielson
Title: “The Effects of Simultaneous Developmental Processes: The Prediction of Career Development Outcomes for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youth.”

2004
Rachel Navarro, University of Missouri-Columbia
Advisors: Roger L Worthington and Lisa Y Flores
Title: Examining the Career Development of Mexican American Middle School Students: A Test of Social Cognitive Career Theory

2005
Catalina D’Achiardi

2006
Anne B. Scott, University of Missouri-Colombia
Advisor: Mary Heppner
Examining Social Class Privilege and Perceived Career Options in Adolescent White Women: A Qualitative Study

Theodore Tsaousides, University at Albany, State University of New York
Advisor: LaRae Jome
The Effects of Career Compromise on Expected Emotional States and Work-related Satisfaction in College Students

2007
Denis “Woodja” Flanigan, University of Florida
Advisor: Ken Rice
The Influence of Cultural context on Vocational Assessment with Bicultural Latina/o College Students.

2008
Erica Medlock, University of Oregon
Advisors: Dr. Krista Chronister and Dr. Linda Forrest
Title:  Preparing Inmates for Community Re-entry: An Employment Preparation Intervention

2009
Marianne Dunn, University of Maryland College Park
Advisor: Karen O’Brien
Affective Pathways of Work-Family Enrichment Among Dual-Earner Couples

2010
Cristina M. Risco, University of Maryland, College Park Advisor: Karen M. O’Brien
A meta-analytic investigation of the predictors of educational and vocational goals for Latina/o students

2011
Patton O. Garriott
Advisors: Lisa Y. Flores and Matthew P. Martens
Title: Testing a Social Cognitive Model of Math/Science Career Goals in Low-Income Prospective First Generation College Students

2012
QuaVaundra A. Perry
African American Father Influences on the Career Development of Emerging Adults

2013
TaeSun Kim

2014
Jillian Wasson

2015
Basak Kacar-Khamush

2016
Brittan L. Davis

RECIPIENTS OF THE LIFETIME MENTORING AWARD

2007  Rosie Phillips Bingham, Michael Connor, Puncky Paul Heppner, Thomas A. Parham, Helen J. Roehlke, Melba J.T. Vasquez, Joseph L. White
2008    Helen S. Farmer
2009    Dennis Kivlighan, John C. Dagley
2010    Linda M. Forrest
2012     Charles J. Gelso
2013     Suzanne Lease
2014    Mary Heppner
2015    Alvin Alvarez
2016    Jo-Ida C. Hansen

BEST IN SCIENCE INVITED ADDRESS

2005    Clara Hill
2006    Jim Lichtenberg
2007    Timothy R. Elliott
2008    Steven Brown
2009    No award presented
2010    No award presented
2011    Richard M. Lee
2012    Paul Poteat
2013    Brent Mallinckrodt
2014    Joel Wong
2015    Dorothy Espelage
2016    Mindi Thompson                                                                                                                           2017    Bonnie Moradi

BEST IN PRACTICE INVITED ADDRESS

2005    Melba Vasquez
2006    Lillian Comas-Dias
2007    Carol Goodheart
2008    Jean Carter
2009    Mary O’Leary Wiley
2010    Merla Arnold
2011     Manny Casas
2012     Gargi Roysircar-Sodowsky
2013    Shane Lopez
2014    Louise Douce
2015    Rosie Bingham
2016   Ben Locke                                                                                                                                   2017   Greg Keilin

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