Areas of Expertise:
- Assessing effective mental health and substance abuse services
- Racial identity and Wellness
- Mental health effects of Colorism
- Black Maternal Health
- Assessing the consequences of young adult alcohol and substance use
- Capstone One: BASICS, ACT, Mindfulness, and BMI: Effective Evidence-Based Practices That Treat Collegiate High-Risk Drinking.
- Capstone Two: Assessing the Relationship Between Mental Health Symptoms and Alcohol Consequences in College Drinkers.
- DSW, Doctor of Social Work, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
- MSSW, Master of Sciences in Social Work, University of Wisconsin - Madison
- BA, Psychology, University of Connecticut - Storrs
- Wilson, S.L., Crayton, B., & Williams. (2019). Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) an Important Evidenced Based Practice for Social Work Practice. Journal of Psychology and Behavior Research, 1(1), 38-44.
- Wilson, S., Williams, L., & Leach, M. (2019). The Invisible Dilemma of Collegiate Homelessness. Journal of Psychiatry and Behavior Therapy, 2(1), 37-40.
- Wilson S.L., & Dinnerson Q.D. (2017) Using the College Systems Model to Address High-Risk Underage Drinking. Journal of Depression & Anxiety, 6(4),1-4.
- Wilson S.L., Sellers S., Solomon C., & Holsey-Hyman M. (2017). Exploring The Link Between Black Racial Identity And Mental Health. Journal of Depression & Anxiety, 6(2),1-4 .
Selected Professional Experience:
- 2018-Present: Adjunct Professor, Tulane
- 2016-2019: Adjunct Professor, Simmons College
- 2014-2016: Online Field Faculty Advisor, Case Western Reserve University
- 2017-Present: Informed Social Work Editorial Board Member, Journal of Evidence