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Researcher of the Year Award
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Purpose of the Award

Intended to honor and recognize high quality research in the area of mental health counseling.

Procedure for Nomination

Any person who is a current member of AMHCA may make a nomination. Clarity of presentation and complete and specific documentation of the behaviors and/or incidents supporting this nomination will facilitate the committee's selection process.

  1. Nominees may be nominated for a single piece of research published after January of the year prior to the award presentation or for thematic research consisting of several research studies published since January 1, 1988.
  2. The work for which the member is being nominated must be clearly related to the discipline of mental health counseling.
  3. The work must have been published in a professional journal, preferably the Journal of Mental Health Counseling.
  4. There are no work restrictions for this award.
  5. Nominees should not be members of the AMHCA board nor have any connection to the Academy of Clinical Mental Health Counselors on NBCC.
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