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Dr. Carmen Inoa Vazquez, PhD, ABPP’s Awards and Recognitions

Since the beginning of her career, Dr. Vazquez has consistently shown excellence and made valuable contributions to psychology. See the complete list of awards and recognitions she has earned through the years.
  • Recipient of Premio Montecinos. UASD. 2006. Awarded to Dominicans Who Have Excelled in the Promotion of the Sciences in Other Countries.
  • APA Fellowship Recipient. Minority Fellowship Program. 1977-1980.
  • Director and Principal Investigator. 1985-1992. NIMH Grant # MH18292. Clinical Internship with Hispanic Emphasis Training for Pre- and Postdoctoral Psychology Students.
  • Office of Multicultural Affairs, New York State Regional Office of Mental Health Grants. 1991-1992. Self-Help Group Development Program for Hispanic Families with Chronically Mentally Ill Relatives.
  • APA Minority Fellowship. Second Annual Achievement Award for Teaching and Training. Boston, MA. 1990.
  • Nassau County Medical Center Psychology Internship Program. Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Career Achievement. 1990.
  • Listed in Who is Who of American Women. 1991.
  • Clinical Excellence Award. Bellevue Hospital Center Department of Psychiatry. 1993.
  • Fellow. Academy of Clinical Psychology (#0677). 1996.
  • NYSPA Distinguished Service Award for Excellent Service. 2003.
  • APPIC Award for Excellence in Diversity Training. 2003.
  • Citation of Honor Presented by Claire Shulman, President Borough of Queens. Hispanic Heritage Celebration of Queens. 1996.
  • Citation of Honor for Cultural Development to the Community. Presented by Rebeca Sosa, Mayor West Miami. 1997.
  • 100 Hispanic Women in El Museo Del Barrio. Oct. 12, 1997. Hispanic Heritage Month.
  • Recognition for Education and Teaching. El Diario de La Mujer. Miami, FL. 1997.
  • Recognition as One of the Most Outstanding Women. El Mes Internacional de la Mujer. 1997.
  • El Diario-La Prensa. New York. Leadership and Community Service Award. Sixth Annual Latin Heritage Month. Harlem Hospital, New York. 1997.
  • Recipient. Hispanic Entrepreneur Award. Hispanic Magazine and Johnson & Johnson. 1998.
  • William Paterson University. Latin American Heritage Month Presentation. 1999.
  • Recipient of The Welcome Back Award for Community Service for Work on Behalf of the Latino Clinically Depressed. 2000.
  • Recipient of The Rafael Tavares Award for Excellent Community Service Association of Hispanic Mental Health Providers. 2001.