Martha K. Wilson, Ph.D., DSW, ACSW
Professor Emeritis, School of Social Work
Wellesley College (Wellesley, Massachusetts)
Preparing an advanced field education textbook to emphasize reflexive practice
Liley, D.G., & WIlson, M.K. (2006). Participatory and competency based approach to social work practice: Transferring classroom skills into the field. International Journal of Learning, 13(2), 143-148.
Anderson, S.C., Blair, R., & WIlson, M.K. (2005). Social work education and practice: Combining the concepts of indigenous practice, the developmental model, and empowerment into a structure for addressing international social problems. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 11(1), 16-29.
Wilson, M.K., & Beville, B.A. (2003). Pre-employment and volunteer screening: Reducing the risk of child sexual abuse for social service agencies. Families in Society, 84(2), 179-184.
Ego development in non-offending mothers of sexually abused children; role transitions of left-behind siblings after the death of another sibling; reducing recidivism of incarcerated women; collaborative partnerships around energy and aging; participatory and competency based social work practice models;
screening for sexual predators in social service agencies.