Dissertation Topic: Minority Stress and Career Attitudes of African American Students
Internship Placement: University of Missouri Counseling Center
Current Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology: Counseling Psychology, Tennessee State University
Recent Publications and Presentations:
Williams, T.R. & Raney, S. (In press) Relational cultural supervision enhances the professional development of postdoctoral residents of color in Health Service Psychology. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration.
Williams, T. R. & Davis, B. (2019). Relational Cultural Supervision: Supporting and empowering minority psychology trainees through experiences of microaggressions. Roundtable presented at the National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Denver, CO.
Williams, T. R., Davis, B., & Schultheiss, D. (2019). Minority stress theory: Black graduate students’ experiences of microaggressions and career attitudes. Poster presented at the National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Denver, CO.
Davis, B. & Williams, T. R. (2019). An intersectional approach to sexual trauma treatment, outreach, and prevention on college campuses. Roundtable presented at the National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Denver, CO.
Lemon, C. & Williams, T.R. (2018). “I don’t feel like white-girling today:” A discussion of the implications of the “Shifting” phenomenon among Black Women. 60-minute Content Session presented at the 2018 Black Mental Health Symposium (BMHS), Charlotte, NC.