Foundation for Rehabilitation Psychology
The Foundation of Rehabilitation Psychology (FRP) was founded in 2005 to “enhance health, independence, and quality of life throughout the lifespan…through education and research in the field of Rehabilitation Psychology”. Incorporated as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization in 2008, the organization’s mission and vision have evolved over time and are now the following:
Mission: Advancing the psychology of disability and chronic health conditions
Vision: Improving society by making the foundational insights of the psychology of disability and chronic health conditions common knowledge
An endowment was initiated in 2005 to support FRP initiatives intended to achieve that mission and vision and now amounts to over $100,000. Current FRP activities include providing a source of financial support for the annual mid-Winter meeting of Division 22, encouraging the growth of the field through financial support to promising students via dissertation and Mid-Winter meeting research awards, and identifying and promoting a series of classic publications which provide the scholarly foundations for our specialty. The Foundation remains actively engaged in fund raising with the goal in mind of increasing the endowment used to support those initiatives.
The foundation is accepting tax deductible donations to support:
The Bernard Brucker Continuing Professional Education Fund supports professional education in Rehabilitation Psychology (The annual accrual of funds in this account is provided to Division 22 in support of the Mid-Winter annual meeting).
The Mitchell Rosenthal Student Scholarship Fund supports pre-doctoral research in Rehabilitation Psychology.
Non-designated activities (General Fund).
SUPPORT THE FOUNDATION
Your contribution to FRP ensures that the foundation’s mission is achieved. Initial donors helped the foundation achieve its first milestone of raising $100,000. Your gift will help the foundation toward its intermediate goal of $250,000, which will in turn allow the foundation to provide more support to the division for research and training.
Dan Rohe, PhD, ABPP, Mayo Clinic and College of Medicine, President
John D. Corrigan, PhD, ABPP, Ohio State University, Treasurer
J. Scott Richards, PhD, ABPP, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Secretary
Kate Brown, PhD, Independent Practice
Suzanne Bruyere, PhD, Cornell University
Dana S. Dunn, PhD, Moravian College
Dawn Ehde, PhD, University of Washington
Allen Heinemann, PhD, ABPP, Northwestern University
Barry Nierenberg, PhD, ABPP, Nova Southeastern University
Stephen Wegener, PhD, ABPP, Johns Hopkins University
Joseph Rath, PhD, New York University School of Medicine, President for Division 22
Sarah Johnstone, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Student representative
Beatrice Wright, PhD
Leonard Diller, PhD
J. Scott Richards, PhD
1717 6th Ave S
Spain Rehabilitation Center
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, AL 35233
Phone: (205) 991-3941