Early Interventions for Victims of Crime
Presented by Joah Williams, PhD
Friday, September 6, 2019
Earn 2 CEs
1. Name and describe at least one early intervention model after victimization and homicide.
2. Describe Skills for Psychological Recovery for victims of crime.
3. Identify at least two specific needs of homicide survivors when conducting Skills for Psychological Recovery.
LOCATION: Plaza Room in the UMKC Administrative Center Conference Facility, 5115 Oak Street, Kansas City, MO 64112.
Parking: Visitor parking is $1.25/hr, with metered parking available on the fifth floor of the Cherry Street garage. Please arrive early to allow extra time for parking.
ABOUT DR. WILLIAMS
Joah L. Williams, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Psychology at UMKC. He also works part time at Truman Medical Center. He is currently a board member of the KC Grief Support Network. Dr. Williams received his doctorate from the University of Memphis and completed his postdoctoral research fellowship at the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center. Dr. Williams’ numerous scholarly articles, conference presentations and grants have focused on traumatic stress, traumatic grief, community violence, and care for crime victims, among other related topics.