APA/Division 39 Grant
An important goal of this grant is to focus is on increasing the public awareness of the benefits of psychoanalytic principles and treatments and on the value of applying psychoanalytic thought to organizational and social problems.
There will be one $4,000 grant annually.
About the Grant
- The Division 39 Grant supports efforts in education, research and service that advance and encourage the field of psychoanalysis.
- This year's grant will support programs in research using psychoanalytic principles. The research may be of an empirical, theoretical or clinical nature. Preference will be given to research related to underserved populations.
The Division 39 Grant:
- Aims to support and demonstrate the values of psychoanalytic principles in research applications.
- Makes a notable contribution to the understanding, health and well-being of an underserved population.
- Will encourage new projects at the interface of psychoanalytic principles and contemporary research that indicates a long-term interest and capability for working in this area.
- Applicant needs to have a demonstrated knowledge of psychoanalytic principles.
- May be, but is not required to be, a practicing psychoanalytic therapist.
- Preference will be given to graduate students involved in dissertation research, early career professionals and/or those who demonstrate a long-term interest in research related to underserved populations.