2023 Washington Psychologist Awards - Washington State Psychological Association
Please submit nominations for one or all of the categories below.

Distinguished Scholar: Given in recognition of significant contributions to psychological research or academic scholarship which advances access to the field of psychology. This award is open to both members and non-members. 
Rising star: Given to a pre licensed individual who has demonstrated commitment to public service and shows outstanding aptitude as a Psychologist in training. This award is open to both members and non-members.
Sustained Service Award: Given in recognition to individuals whose many years of practice have been of significant benefit to communities they served. This award is open to members only.
Collective change award: Given to a group of people or an organization that demonstrates significant care for the advancement of psychological health for marginalized communities. This award is open to both members and non-members.
Public steward award: Honors an individual that has contributed to the psychological health and wellness of their community. This award is available to non-members only.
G. Andrew H. Benjamin award: Dr. Benjamin, a Seattle-based JD/PhD provider, has given years of continuous service and has invested countless hours to the professional development of individual members, modeled humility and clearly espouses the values of a lifelong learner. This award recognizes a member whom, like Dr. Benjamin, has been generous with time, creativity, and service towards the development and the sustaining success of WSPA. This award is open to all members, as well as any person on the board or staff, and interns.