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PSPP 2015 Annual Giving Form

PSPP is pleased to invite you to help us expand our ability to underwrite student scholarships, awards and programming on highly specialized topics pertaining to the following:

  1.  The Jules Abrams, Ph.D. Fund: Sponsors programming, scholarship, and awards in the area of Psychoanalytic Child Therapy.
  2. The Jane Widseth, Ph.D. Fund: Provides funding for Post-Doctoral psychologists to attend psychoanalytically informed seminars or course work during the years when they are accumulating hours for licensing.
  3. The David Ramirez, Ph.D. Fund: Provides funding for students and Early Career Psychologists to attend the Division 39 Spring Meeting or the National Multicultural Conference and Summit.
  4. The Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, Ph.D. Fund: Sponsors programming, scholarship, and awards in the area of Issues of Sexuality and Gender and Childism.


  5. The Linda Hopkins, Ph.D. Fund: Sponsors programming, scholarship and awards in the area of Psychoanalytic History and Biography.
  6. The Barbara L. Goldsmith, Psy.D. Fund: Provides resources to help underwrite graduate students’ free attendance at PSPP programs, support for the development of programs to meet the needs of graduate students and postdoctoral interns and continued support for the PSPP Mentorship Program.
  7. Fund for General PSPP Expenses: Sponsors general PSPP expenses.

Note: use the following form to donate via credit card. If you wish to send a check, please use this Annual Giving Form (1 page PDF).

If you have any questions about  Donations or our Annual Giving Funds please contact Jeanne Seitler.

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