At the annual American Psychological Association Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii, Ronald H. Rozensky, PhD, ABPP, received two major awards.
The first, the American Psychological Association’s Distinguished Career Contributions to Education and Training in Psychology Award citation, presented by APA President Dr. Donald Bersoff, reads, “For his dedication and distinguished contributions to excellence in education and training in psychology including his visionary leadership as Chairperson of a HRSA Advisory Committee making federal healthcare policy recommendations, as Chairperson of APA’s Board of Educational Affairs, Board of Professional Affairs, and Commission for the Recognition of Specialties and Proficiencies in Professional Psychology; for his founding of the Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings; and for leading efforts to bring changes to APA’s Center for Workforce Studies and the APA Commission on Accreditation; for developing a common definition of “specialty,” and a new “taxonomy” for professional psychology. Ronald H. Rozensky is a dynamic, national advocate for quality education in psychology who also is recognized by his own students for his excellence in clinical supervision and classroom teaching.”
Dr. Rozensky’s second award, for Distinguished Service and Contribution to the Profession of Psychology, presented by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP), reads, “Your leadership and dedication will always be valued by those who you served, with whom you served, and by the profession of Psychology.”
Dr. Rozensky presented an invited talk for each of the two awards.