Dean of Arts Prize for Accessible Scholarly Outreach, University of Regina
Distinguished Career Award from the Special Interest Group on Pain in Older Persons, International Association for the Study of Pain.
Elected Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies for distinguished contributions to cognitive and behavioural therapies in Canada.
University of Regina Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Research Mentorship (Sponsored by the University of Regina Alumni Association).
The article by Santos, Castro-Caldas and Hadjistavropoulos (2012) won the award of Best Clinical Paper published in the Portuguese journal “Dor” during 2012.
The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal (Recognized by the Government of Canada in the National Precedence of Orders, Decorations and Medals).
Silver Quill Award for Knowledge Translation (T. Hadjistavropoulos, T. Dever Fitzgerald and G. Marchildon) from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
University of Regina Research Chair in Aging and Health
Thomas Hadjistavropoulos being inducted in the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, Ottawa, 2009
(with Senator Michael Kirby and Academy President, Professor Martin SChechter)
President, Canadian Psychological Association Foundation (CPAF)
Dr. Robert Vallerand (right) passes the CPA Presidential Gavel to Dr.Thomas Hadjistavropoulos
Dr. Thomas Hadjistavropoulos Receiving the 2006 SHRF Career Achievement Award. Pictured with Thomas (right to left) are the Honourable Pat Atkinson (Advanced Employment Minister of Saskatchewan), Dr. Gregory Marchildon (SHRF Board Chair), and Ms June Bold (SHRF Chief Executive Officer).
Photo courtesy Heather McLeod Photography
Dr. Thomas Hadjistavropoulos receiving the Saskatchewan Centennial Medal.
Dr. Dozois congratulates Dr. Hadjistavropoulos at the CPA Convection in St. John’s Newfoundland, 2004
Elected to the status of Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association Section on Clinical Psychology for distinguished contributions to clinical psychology in Canada
2002 University of Regina Award winners for Excellence in Research (Thomas Hadjistavropoulos; left), Undergraduate Teaching (Nader Mobed; centre), and Public Service (Elizabeth Cooper, right).
Sponsored by the U of R Alumni Association
Early Career Award for Excellence in Pain Research (Canadian Pain Society-Chapter of the International Association for the Study of Pain)