Purpose of the Award
The Earl L. Loschen Award for Clinical Practice is given annually to a person whose contribution in the area of clinical practice has resulted in significant improvement in the quality of life for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as mental health needs.
This award will be presented at the 38th Annual NADD Virtual Conference, December 1-3, 2021.
Criteria for Selection
The Earl L. Loschen Award for Clinical Practice is given annually to a professional whose dedication and work have resulted in the provision of excellent clinical services to individuals who have intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as mental health needs.
All nominations must include:
- Statement (up to 1,000 words) outlining your reasons for nominating the candidate for consideration for this award
- The candidate’s curriculum vitae
- Candidate’s contact information, including name, address, and email address
- Nominator’s contact information, including name, address, and email address
Nomination Deadline: October 26, 2021
You may submit your nominations using the form below or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 – Beth I. Barol, PhD, LSW, BCB, NADD-CC
2019 – Robin VanEerden, MS, LPC, NADD-CC
2018 – Barbara Agnello, PhD
2017 – Paul Federoff, MD
2016 – Karyn Harvey, PhD
2015 – Margaret Charlton, Ph.D.
2014 – William Gardner, Ph.D.
2013 – Susan Carpenter, M.D.
2012 – Lauren Charlot, Ph.D.
2011 – David Laman, Ph.D.
2010 – Daniel Baker, Ph.D.
2009 – Julie Gentile, M.D.
2008 – Diane Cox Lindenbaum, A.C.S.W.