Dr. Chris Wilson, Psy.D., LLC

Dr. Chris Wilson, Psy.D., LLC


Dr. Chris Wilson, Psy.D., LLC is a licensed psychologist and internationally recognized speaker and trainer from Portland, Oregon in the United States. For the past sixteen years he has worked with victims and perpetrators of crime, including for seven years with the Oregon Department of Corrections. He currently conducts psychological evaluations as a contractor for the Oregon Department of Human Services, and trains nationally and internationally on a variety of issues including sexual assault, domestic violence, the neurobiology of trauma, vicarious trauma, and trauma informed interviewing.

His audiences include: judges; attorneys; civilian, campus, tribal, and military law enforcement officers; college and university Title IX administrators and investigators; victim advocates; and, mental health professionals. He has provided training, plenary, keynote, and breakout sessions for conferences and organizations across the United States, Canada and in Europe, including the US Department of Justice, the US Department of the Interior, the US Navy, Marine Corps, Army, and Air Force, the US Office for Victims of Crime, End Violence Against Women International, the National Organization for Victim Assistance, the National Crime Victim Law Institute, and university and civilian law enforcement agencies in both the United States and Canada. He also recently co-wrote a 38-page training bulletin for End Violence Against Women International on the neurobiology of trauma.

Dr. Wilson is also a trainer for two programs recognized for their excellence in the United States: Legal Momentum, providing training for the judiciary; and, You Have Options Program, providing training for law enforcement. He is also a guest faculty member at the US Army’s Special Victim Unit Investigation Course.

Dr. Wilson is known for making science accessible to audiences with humor and concrete examples that prepare participants to apply the science to practice.

WCSAP Facilitation(s)

1979 — 2019

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