Educational Achievement Award Winners

(Established in 2006)

2022 Fredrick Hickling, M.D. (posthumous) and Hilary Hickling, Ph.D., for the Dream a World Project in Jamaican Schools.

Kathryn McCormick, M.A., LMFT, CMHS, for her work leading a clinical team in the provision and supervision of a psychoanalytic treatment method, called Reflective Network Therapy, at the Betty J. Taylor Early Learning Academy on the Tulalip Indian reservation in Washington State.


Janet Rotter, Studio School of NYC
2018 Donna Elmendorf, Ph. D., Claudia Gold, M. D., and Kate Jewson, B. S., for their Human Development Initiative, centered in the Erikson Institute for Education and Research at the Austen Riggs Center of Stockbridge, Massachusetts.

The Washington Center for Psychoanalysis in partnership with The Jubilee Jumpstart Daycare Center of Washington, D. C.  In recognition of the Work Discussion Group Leaders: Sharon Alperovitz, Silvana Kaufman, Rolando Fuentes, Elizabeth Hersh, Ann Anderson and Rachel Kaplan.


Gilbert W. Kliman, M.D., Medical Director of The Children’s Psychological Health Center of San Francisco

2014 University City Children's Center and Stephen P. Zwolak, CEO of the LUME Institute of St. Louis
2013 Carrie Catapano, LCSW, Head Of School, Leon Hoffman, M. D., Chief Psychiatrist, and the West End Day School of New York City
2012 Elizabeth Cutter Evert, L. C. S. W., and Carla Bauer Rentrop, Ph. D., for the IPTAR On-Site School Program, and for their work with Central Park East II School, Girls' Preparatory Charter School, George Jackson Academy, De La Salle Academy, and the Satellite Academy High School all of New York City
2011 Stuart W. Twemlow, M.D.
2010 Lindsley Park Day School, Dallas, Texas
2008 Jonathan Cohen
President of the Center for Social and Emotional Education in New York
2006 Two winners
Diane Thompson Manning, Ph.D.
Ayelet Barkai, M.D

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