The Sigourney Award-2022 Honors Five Recipients For Outstanding Work Advancing Psychoanalytic Principles Globally
Distinguished Panel Of Judges Select Psychoanalytic Work From Italy, UK, And USA
SEATTLE, Nov. 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The Sigourney Award annually rewards achievements that advance psychoanalytic thought with international recognition and a substantial cash prize for recipients. This year, a panel of distinguished judges evaluated work from an exceptional pool of global applicants. Today, work meriting The Sigourney Award-2022 is announced by Robin A. Deutsch, PhD, Analyst Co-Trustee of The Sigourney Award Trust.
The Sigourney Award-2022 Winning Work (Alpha order)
Giuseppe Civitarese, PhD (Pavia, Italy)
Jack Drescher, MD (New York, NY)
Dorothy E. Holmes, PhD (Bluffton, SC)
Alessandra Lemma (London, UK)
Edward Tronick, PhD (Boston, MA)
"We resolutely seek to reward and encourage work that moves psychoanalysis forward and influences important advancements to better the human condition worldwide. Whether the work is done by a group, organization or individual, we hope to inspire others to apply their originality and purpose towards expanding the reach and positive results of psychoanalytic principles and are eager to recognize their work in the future," says Barbara Sherland, J.D., Attorney Co-Trustee of The Sigourney Award Trust.
Find details of all winning work on The Sigourney Award website and watch for personal introductions to each winner's work via individual videos presented on The Sigourney Award website in early 2023. Applications for The Sigourney Award-2023 will be accepted beginning March 2023 for qualifying work completed between 2012 and 2022. Visit www.sigourneyaward.org for information.
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