Dr. Joyce Carbonell
Dr. Carbonell is a licensed clinical. She completed an internship at Baylor College of Medicine and an NIJ post-doctoral fellowship in Applications of Psychology to Crime, Delinquency and the Criminal Justice System. She was a professor of psychology at Florida State University for 35 years and is currently a professor emerita. She was the civilian director of the FSU Crisis Management Unit and also spent time as the director of the FSU Psychology Clinic. She won multiple awards for university teaching and continuing education. She was the recipient of many grants from federal, state and local agencies. Her research is widely published in refereed journals and also includes reviews, book chapters, and technical reports and is also represented in presentations at national and international conferences.
Dr. Carbonell has provided training at law enforcement academies and other federal, state and local agencies on topics such as crisis intervention and sexual harassment. Dr. Carbonell has also provided employment screening evaluations for law enforcement agencies and fitness for duty evaluations. She served as a consultant to a TAC team, providing both training and assistance at callouts. Since 2004, has been a trainer in a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training program based on the Memphis model. Presently she is the statewide CIT coordinator for the Florida Sheriff’s Association.