Recognizing Significant Contributions
to the Field of Psychoanalysis

Seeking 2014 Award Nominations - Latin American Region
Nominations for 2014 Awards are being accepted through July 15, 2014.  Nominations for 2014 are limited to persons who are citizens and residents of the Latin American Region (countries in the Western hemisphere, excluding the United States and Canada).  Nominees should have made significant contributions to clinical psychoanalysis or psychoanalytical research, including its application to the fields of medicine, psychiatry, or other sciences, the humanities, or the public good; or should have increased the public awareness, as well as the study of, psychoanalysis.
 
Recipients of the 2013 Sigourney Award – European Region

We are pleased to announce the following recipients of the 2013 Sigourney Award:

★ Ronald Britton, United Kingdom

Judith Dupont, France

Haydée Faimberg, France

Neville Symington, Australia

The Sigourney Award recognizes significant contributions that have generated new interest and activity in psychoanalysis and related disciplines. Judges look for major contributions to clinical psychoanalysis or psychoanalytical research, including its application to the fields of medicine, psychiatry, or other sciences, the humanities, or the public good.  The Award also recognizes work that increases the public awareness and the study of psychoanalysis.  The 2013 Sigourney Award recognizes contributions in the European Region. 

The 2013 recipients will be recognized and honored at a reception on Friday, January 17, 2014 at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City. 

 
New Regional Definitions

The Sigourney Award recognizes significant contributions to the field of psychoanalysis throughout the world, and to that end, Awards are made on a rotating geographic cycle. The geographic regions have been revised to align with those of the International Psychoanalytical Association as follows:

2013 European Region (countries in Europe plus Asia, Australia, India, Israel and South Africa)

2014 Latin American Region (countries in the Western hemisphere, excluding the United States and Canada)

2015 North American Region (the United States, Canada, Korea and Japan)

 
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