About the FPI Grants Initiative

The Family Process Institute (FPI) is now accepting applications for the Grants Initiative. The deadline for submission is October 1, 2022.

At least two grants are awarded annually to Early Career Professionals (ECP) and/or doctoral students residing in the United States of America for their research or clinical projects.

Professionals and doctoral students may be in varied areas of scholarship (e.g., family medicine, marriage and family therapy, nursing, psychiatry, psychology, social work). All proposals must demonstrate evidence of critical systems thinking and attention to social justice to advance the FPI vision and mission. Applicants may propose projects with budgets less than $5000.00.

Grants are offered in three main categories:

Applied Practice Grant: propose activities to (a) enhance individual practitioner or systems proficiency, (b) advance diversity and social justice, and/or (c) support the development, implementation, evaluation or dissemination of innovative activities related to the FPI vision and mission. Click on the tile to the right for additional information.

Early Career Research Grant: propose scholarship in broad areas of (a) theory development, (b) advancement of diversity and social justice, and (c) prevention, health promotion, treatment, or treatment support intervention development related to the FPI vision and mission. Click on the tile to the right for additional information.

Dissertation Grant: propose scholarship in broad areas of (a) systems thinking and knowledge (b) training and practice related to families, and (c) advancement of diversity and social justice related to the FPI vision and mission. Click on the tile to the right for additional information.

Grant Submission Requirements