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    • The Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32): HERITAGE AWARDS CERMONY: Outstanding Contributions to Humanistic Psychology
    • Division 32 Heritage Awards ~ 2011
      • “ The division awards have a symbolic dimension, which reminds us that the division is a family--a personal, relational, gathering place, where we come together to honor our heroes, and rekindle our visions, with ritual and ceremony .”
      • (Louise Kuen-Wei Sundararajan, Ph.D., Ed.D.)
    • Symbols of Our Heritage
      • These awards richly commemorate the achievements and vision of the founders of the humanistic movement in psychology:  
      • Charlotte and Karl Bühler Award: given to an institution, and an individual associated with an institution that has made an outstanding and lasting contribution to humanistic psychology. 
      • Abraham Maslow Award: given to an individual for an outstanding and lasting contribution to the exploration of the farther reaches of human spirit.
      • Carl Rogers Award: given to an individual for an outstanding contribution to the theory and practice of humanistic psychology.
      • Rollo May Award: given to an individual for independent and outstanding pursuit of new frontiers in humanistic psychology.
      • Award for Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Humanistic Psychology: given to an individual in recognition of distinguished lifetime contribution to humanistic psychology. 
      • Mike Arons and Mark Stern Award for Outstanding Lifetime Service to the Society for Humanistic Psychology: given to an individual who has, throughout their career, given sustained loyal service to the Society.
      • Carmi Harari Early Career Awards: given to psychologists, no more than 15 years after receiving their Ph.D., for contribution in the areas of: 1) Inquiry, 2) Application, and 3) Social Action.  
      • Sidney M. Jourard Student Paper Award: distinguished undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels of work in humanistic psychology.
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    • Award Presenters
      • Cochairs: Susan Gordon, Ph.D., National University, Awards Chair
      • Kirk Schneider, Ph.D., Saybrook University
      • Orah T. Krug, Ph.D., Saybrook University
      • Maureen O’Hara, Ph.D., National University
      • E. Mark Stern, Ph.D., Iona College
      • Leslie S. Greenberg, Ph.D., York University, Toronto, ON
      • Frederick J. Wertz, Ph.D., Fordham University
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    • Award Recipients
      • Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement
      • James F. T. Bugental, Ph.D., Saybrook University (Acceptance by Kirk Schneider/Orah Krug)
      • Charlotte and Karl Bühler Award
      • Steve S. Olweean, M.A. and Common Bond Institute
      • Transgenerational Trauma: It's Implications for Intergroup Conflict and Challenge
      • for a Global Culture of Peace
      • Abraham Maslow Award
      • Eugene I. Taylor, Ph.D., Saybrook University
      • Self-Realization as a Legitimate Method in Experimental Psychology
      • Carl Rogers Award
      • Godfrey T. Barrett-Lennard, Ph.D., Murdock University, Perth, WA, Australia
      • Psychopathology or Disturbed Relationship? Rethinking Suffering, Disorder and Healing
      • Carmi Harari Early Career Award
      • Rhonda N. Goldman, Ph.D., Argosy University
      • Soothing Vulnerable Emotions: Recent Advances in Emotion-Focused Therapy
      • Sidney M. Jourard Student Paper Award
      • Sarah R. Kamens, M.A., Fordham University
      • Phenomenological Approaches to Psychiatric Discourse: The DSM-V Controversies
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    • Kirk Schneider presents a tribute to James F. T. Bugental, Recipient of the Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement
    • Orah T. Krug presents a tribute to James F. T. Bugental
    • Orah Krug & Kirk Schneider accept the Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement on behalf of the family of James F. T. Bugental
    • Maureen O’Hara presents Steve Oweean and the Common Bond Institute with the Charlotte and Karl Bühler Award (video)
    • Susan Gordon presents Steve S. Olweean, Recipient of the Charlotte and Karl Bühler Award, with a plaque
    • Steve S. Olweean : Transgenerational Trauma: It's Implications for Intergroup Conflict and Challenge for a Global Culture of Peace
    • Susan Gordon presents Eugene I. Taylor with the Abraham Maslow Award
    • Eugene I. Taylor, Recipient of the Abraham Maslow Award and Susan Gordon
    • Eugene I. Taylor: Self-Realization as a Legitimate Method in Experimental Psychology
    • E. Mark Stern presents Godfrey T. Barrett-Lennard with the Carl Rogers Award
    • E. Mark Stern, and Carl Roger’s Award Recipient, Godfrey T. Barrett-Lennard Address: Psychopathology or Disturbed Relationships? Rethinking Suffering, Disorder and Healing  
    • Leslie S. Greenberg presents Rhonda N. Goldman with the Carmi Harari Early Career Award (video)
    • Susan Gordon presents Rhonda N. Goldman, Recipient of the Carmi Harari Early Career Award, with a plaque
    • Rhonda N. Goldman: Soothing Vulnerable Emotions: Recent Advances in Emotion-Focused Therapy
    • Scott D. Churchill, Chair, Sidney M. Jourard Student Paper Awards, Introduces Award Presenter, Frederick J. Wertz
    • Frederick J. Wertz presents Sarah R. Kamens with the Sidney M. Jourard Student Paper Award
    • Fred J. Wertz and Sarah R. Kamens, Recipient of the Sidney M. Jourard Student Paper Award
    • Sarah R. Kamens: Phenomenological Approaches to Psychiatric Discourse: The DSM-V Controversies
    • The Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32): INVITED ADDRESS and AWARD CERMONY: Mike Arons and E. Mark Stern Award for Outstanding Lifetime Service
    • E. Mark Stern presents David N. Elkins with the Mike Arons and E. Mark Stern Award for Outstanding Lifetime Service to the Society
    • E. Mark Stern presents David N. Elkins: Lifetime Service Award
    • David N. Elkins: Lovingkindness: A Legacy of Mike Arons and Mark Stern  
    • Mike Arons (October 17, 1929 – February 18, 2008) In our hearts… The Humanistic Psychologist, 36 (3-4), p. 377. Photo reprinted with permission
    • The Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32) thanks you for attending these celebrations of our Heritage!