Nov. 26th 2022 Events

Mental Health and Criminology : Considerations for Victims, Workers and Clients | December 8th 2022

Dr. Stéphane Guay (Director of the Centre d’Étude sur le Trauma) and Dr. Alexandre Lemyre (postdoctoral fellow at the Centre d’Étude sur le Trauma) participated in the colloquium of the International Centre for Comparative Criminology (ICCC). This event is co-organized with the Ordre Professionnel des Criminologues du Québec and its theme is

Mental Health and Criminology: considerations for victims, workers and clients

The discussion took place on December 8th on the Zoom videoconference platform.

You will find above the video to view the entire presentations

Dr. Guay: Results of a prospective study on the impact of violent criminal victimization and the prevention of post-traumatic stress disorder
Dr. Lemyre: Acts of violence experienced by child and youth protection workers: prediction and prevention of psychological and professional difficulties

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