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Marvin R. Goldfried SEPI New Researcher Award
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SEPI members who are (a) researchers with 10 or fewer years post-terminal degree (e.g., PhD, MD) and (b) are not currently members of the SEPI research committee are eligible.  Early career researchers who are more than 10 years post-training but have taken time off within their first 10 years (e.g., parental leave) will also be considered on a case-by-case basis.  This $1,000 monetary award will be based on a body of work that is impressive with regard to quality, quantity, and connection to psychotherapy integration.  At least one relevant empirical paper that is in press or has been published within the last 2 years must be submitted as part of the nomination. This award can be used as the awardee decides, although it is encouraged that it be used for SEPI conference attendance. Candidates must be nominated by a SEPI member and cannot nominate themselves. Awardees will summarize their work at a SEPI conference.

Dr. Kramer received his Ph.D. from the University of Fribourg (Switzerland), and is currently a faculty member in the department of psychiatry at the University of Lausanne Switzerland. He is also an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Windsor Canada. He was nominated by Franz Caspar. As written by one of his letter writers:  [Dr. Kramer’s] track record with regard to quality, quantity, and connection to psychotherapy integration is truly impressive. His list of publications shows him as one of the most productive integratively oriented colleagues currently contributing to our growing knowledge, also through high impact journals.Dr. Kramer’s track record with regard to quality, quantity, and connection to psychotherapy integration is truly impressive. His list of publications shows him as one of the most productive integratively oriented colleagues currently contributing to our growing knowledge, also through high impact journals.

 

The committee had no doubt that Dr. Kramer has and will continue to be an extremely original and productive contributor to psychotherapy research in general and the integrative movement in particular, and he is highly deserving of this honor.

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