NJPA Dr. Stanley Moldawsky Mentor Award

Dr. Moldawsky was a true champion for the profession of psychology and a sought after mentor for psychologists. In honor of his amazing professional life, in April 2018, NJPA created the NJPA Dr. Stanley Moldawsky Mentor Award, recognizing exceptional leadership of an NJPA member in the form of enduring and exemplary contributions to mentoring new psychologists and/or graduate doctoral level students, over a sustained period of time, which collectively, has significantly enhanced the Association’s ability to positively impact the lives and careers of its new membership, as well as advancing the field of psychology in New Jersey, and beyond. 


The NJPA Dr. Stanley Moldawsky Mentor Award, recognize the exceptional leadership of an NJPA member in the form of enduring and exemplary contributions to mentoring new psychologists and/or graduate doctoral level students, over a sustained period of time, which collectively, has significantly enhanced the association’s ability to positively impact the lives and careers of its new membership, as well as advancing the field of psychology in New Jersey, and beyond.

2019 NJPA Dr. Stanley Moldawsky Mentor Award Winners

Joe Coyne, PhD:  For taking advantage of teaching moments whenever they arise, teaching Executive Board members about the nuances of parliamentary procedure or APA resources and politics, and for being a resource to students and ECPs.  Acceptance Statement

 

 

 

  Jeffrey Kahn, PhD:  For his enduring and exemplary contributions to psychologists and graduate doctoral level doctoral students over his forty year career.  Dr. Kahn demonstrates leadership, ability to teach, train, and supervise, as well as innovation in solving problems and in finding creative and sometimes pioneering psychotherapeutic approaches which he could then give to other psychologists.  Acceptance Statement

 

 

 

2018 Winner
Rosalind S. Dorlen, PsyD
Dr. Dorlen combined her nearly 40 year, full time clinical practice with numerous volunteer, pro bono, community-based research and public education initiatives to improve the psychological health of communities and workplaces throughout the country. She has mentored and supervised scores of psychologists through her teaching and community activities. In her role as Chair of the NJPA Public Education Committee she created community projects to educate the public about enhancing resilience, obesity, stress and the economy, bullying, psychological aspects of women's cardiovascular health, diabetes, domestic violence, terrorism, and other issues relating to psychological health.