The purpose of the Control Research Foundation is to promote education and further research and understanding regarding the positive and healthy uses of human control and self-control for individuals, families, societies and planetary health and well-being. For further background and goals of the Control Research Foundation, please see the What is the Control Research Foundation on this website.
The Control Research Foundation provides funding for three key areas, research projects, workshop and course development and writing/release funding.
Seed money up to $10,000 per project/investigation to support research efforts related to Control Therapy is available to outstanding graduate students, postdoctoral students, and junior faculty at nationally or internationally accredited universities in the fields of psychology and/or related health and healing disciplines. Applications are due March 1st and September 1st with award notices issued June 1st and November 1st.
Refer to the Research Grant Guidelines for further information.
Funding is available (up to $10,000) for the development of courses, educational workshops, and seminars for teachers in graduate and undergraduate classes, and health care professionals to support training in Control Therapy: Theory, Research, and Practice.
Refer to the Workshop and Course Development Guidelines for further information.
Proposals may be for an edited book, a book chapter in a textbook, or a review article intended for journal publication.. Proposals may also include conference proceedings related to Control Therapy that will be published in book format.
Refer to the Writing/Release Funding Guidelines for further information.