Mary Sigourney created The Sigourney Award because she understood the significant contributions and lasting benefits of psychoanalysis, its ability to reduce human suffering, and its value to understanding human affairs.
Through the prize, Mary sought to reward efforts that were applied, as well as clinical or scholarly. Mary wanted to attract individuals across gender, race, culture, location, and professional categories to highlight how psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic thought intersects with academic, humanitarian, and arts-focused fields.
During the past four years, the Sigourney Trust has modernized the prize application and evaluation processes; actively cultivating a more international applicant pool through expanded outreach. Ultimately, these changes will strengthen the Award’s influence and enhance the Trust’s ability to reach a wider, more diverse audience.
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