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Crump, C. & Williams, R. C. (2015). Communication Skills Assessment. Montgomery, AL. Mental Health Interpreter Training.


Fram, M. S., Frongillo, E. A., Jones, S. J., Williams, R. C., Burke, M. P., DeLoach, K. P., et al. (2011). Children are aware of food insecurity and take responsibility for managing food resources. Journal of Nutrition, 42(5).


Gournaris, M. J., Hamerdinger, S., & Williams, R. C. (2010). Promising practices of statewide mental health models serving consumers who are deaf: How to advocate for your model in your home state. JADARA, 43(3), 152-182.


Gournaris, M. J., Hamerdinger, S., & Williams, R. C. (2012). Creating a culturally affirmative continuum of mental health services: The experience of three states. In N. Glickman (Ed.) Deaf Mental Health Care. New York, NY. Routledge.


Williams, R.C. (1986). Social support networks in rural deaf communities. Unpublished master's thesis, University of Illinois.


Williams, R. C. (2011). Effective use of peer crisis counseling in the wake of hurricanes Andrew and Floyd. The Dialogue, 7(4), 2-3.


Williams, R. C. (2018). Communication is the key: Before, during, and after disasters. The Dialogue, 14(3-4), 18-20.
https://www.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/dtac/dialoguevol14i3and4compliant-508c.pdf


Williams, R.C. (2021). Assessing linguistic incompetence in the criminal justice and mental health systems. In Guthmann, D. (Ed.) Deaf People in the Criminal Justice System. Washington, DC. Gallaudet University Press.


Williams, R. C & Crump, C. (2018). Communication skills assessment for individuals who are deaf in mental health settings. In Glickman, N. & Hall, W. (Eds.) Language deprivation and Deaf mental health (pp. 136-158). New York, NY. Routledge.


Williams, R.C., Williams, S.L., Roberson, L., Roberson, M., Moore, M.B., & Moore, C. (2005). Adoption of deaf children. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Society for Deaf Children.


Williams, R. C., & Williams, S. L. (2014). Maintaining High Expectations. Odyssey, 15, 66-69.