The Medical University of South Carolina's National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center
Center (NCVC) is dedicated to improving the quality of mental health services provided both locally
and nationally to victims of crime, abuse, and trauma.
|Services||The NCVC offers a variety of specialized, evidence-based assessment, intervention, and treatment services to adult and child victims of violent crime and their families, as well as victims of other forms of trauma, such as automobile accident, house fire, industrial accident, and natural disaster.|
The NCVC conducts research focused on investigating the impact of criminal victimization and trauma on adults, children, and their families. The goal of this research is to identify effective therapeutic interventions for those suffering victimization-related emotional and behavioral problems.
|Education||The NCVC serves as a learning environment, providing clinical and research training to clinical psychology pre-doctoral interns, psychiatry residents, social work interns, and post-doctoral fellow, and provides training to other professionals at major regional, national, and international professional conferences.|
The National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center is a division of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, South Carolina.