Division 17 and APF Support Counseling Psychology Programs

Division 17 and APF Support Counseling Psychology Programs

Division 17 and the American Psychological Foundation support the science and practice of counseling psychology through grants for innovative programs and models. Following is a list of the recipients of these awards.

RECIPIENTS OF A DIVISION 17 AND APF SUPPORT COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY PROGRAMS GRANT
2007
Ruth Chao, PhD
“The development and evaluation of the Multicultural Sensitive Mental Health Checklist”

2007
Saba Rasheed Ali, PhD
“Future in Iowa, a career intervention program for 300 ninth-grade students who attend rural high schools”

2007
Clara E. Hill, PhD, and Charles J. Gelso, PhD
“The Maryland Psychotherapy Research Center”

2007
Jo Ida Hansen, PhD, and Amy L. Conlon, PhD
“A partnership between the University of Minnesota’s Vocational Assessment Clinic and the Neighborhood Involvement Program”

2008
Asma Jana-Masri
“Gender Role Conflict and Attitudes about Seeking Professional Help in an Egyptian Sample”

2008
Ryan D. Duffy, PhD
“Development of the Work Volition Scale”

2008
Frederick T.L. Leong, PhD
“Creating a Model Curriculum for Internationalizing Counseling Psychology”

2009
Meifen Wei, PhD
“Coping with Discrimination among Asian American Community Adults.”

2010
Karen O’Brien, PhD
“Work-Family Enrichment and Work-Family Conflict: an International Investigation of Employed Mothers in Israel, South Korea, and the United States”

2010
Edward Delgado-Romero, PhD
“The Impact of Multicultural Competence on Working Alliance and Therapeutic Outcome”

2010
Hung-Bin Sheu, PhD
“The Pathways to Well-Being of College Students: A Cross-Cultural Investigation”

2010
Michael B. Madson, PhD
“A Psychosocial Intervention for College Student Drinkers”

2011
Frederick Lopez, PhD
“Preliminary Development and Validation of a Measure of Late Adult Attachment Security”

2011
Steven Danish, PhD
“Movement to Contact”

2011
Emily Bullock-Yowell, PhD
“Outcomes of a Group Career Counseling Intervention: A Cognitive Information Processing Manualized Approach”