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Counseling Psychology News

Wampold (Counseling Psych) receives Hilldale Award

June 07, 2011
Bruce Wampold, professor and chair of Counseling Psychology, has been named a 2010 recipient of the Hilldale Award, UW-Madison's top honor for faculty members who excel in teaching, research and service.

By examining both clinical trials and psychotherapy in real-world settings, Wampold has influenced the delivery of mental health services in the United States and other countries. His review of studies on psychotherapy identified the therapist, not the technique or treatment, as the most important factor leading to patient progress.

As a teacher and mentor, he treats his students as full partners in research. In the last six years, he has coauthored more than 20 articles with his students.
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