This award is named in memory of Tracy Goodall who was tragically killed on Friday 5th March 1993. Tracy was a well‐known member of AACBT (then the ABMA) and was Queensland State president during 1990 and 1991. She was also a very dear friend and colleague of many AACBT members and members of the World Congress Organising Committee.
The aim of the award is to provide encouragement for recent graduate researchers and clinicians in cognitive-behaviour research and therapy. The award is to recognise research or clinical innovation that has made an outstanding contribution to this field in Australia. No award will be made if the quality of applicants is deemed inadequate by the selection committee.
|1995||Andrew Page||2002||Dr Susan Byrne||2012||Dr Karina Allen|
|1996||Adrian Kelly||2003||Dr Jennifer Hudson||2013||Dr Daniel King|
|1997||Dr Sharon Dawe||2004||Dr Nikolaos Kazantzis||2014||Dr Ursula Sansom-Daly|
|1998||Dr Paula Barrett||2005||Dr Reg Nixon||2015||Dr Blake Dear|
|1999||Dr Shirley Morrissey||2008||Dr Adam Gustella||2016||Dr Jill Newby|
|2000||Dr Clare Rees||2009||Fjola Helgadottir|
- You must have completed your PhD within the past 5 years (2013-2017).
- Career disruptions will be considered and are defined as a prolonged interruption (> 28 consecutive days) in your capacity to work, due to: Pregnancy; Major illness/injury; or Carer responsibilities.
- There is no upper age limit stipulated.
- You must be a full financial member of the AACBT at the time of application.
- You must not be a current member of the AACBT Awards Selection Committee.
- You may apply as many times as you wish as long as the criteria for application are met.
- The award is composed of $2,000, to be used for travel to the AACBT National Conference in the year of the award.
- It is a condition of the award that a ”Tracy Goodall Early Career Award Address” is presented at the AACBT National Conference in the year of the award. The 38th AACBT National Conference which is being held in Sydney from the 26th – 28th October 2017.
- All travel, meals, accommodation, etc costs are the responsibility of the award winner.
- Remaining funds, not spent on attending the AACBT National Conference should be used for other CBT related activities including conference travel, research or clinical expenses.