I welcome contact in regard to writing or reviewing opportunities. Please see my publications below:
Wilson, G., Duncan, B., & Hand, C. J. (2022). Personal engagement and prospective acceptability of music-based interventions in counselling psychology practice. Counselling Psychology Review, 37(1), 21-30.
Moodie, K., & Wilson, G. (2017). Strengths, needs and adverse childhood experiences in young women at high risk. Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice. Retrieved from http://bit.ly/2eKuYdx
Wilson, G. (2016). Gender-specific services for Scotland’s forgotten young women. Offender Programs Report, 20(1), 1-13.
Wilson, G. (2016). Up-2-Us report on high risk and vulnerable young women. Up-2-Us. Retrieved from www.up-2-us.org.
Wilson, G. (2015). Re-imagining justice for young women in Scotland: An age and gender informed approach. Howard League ECAN bulletin, 23-32.
Wilson, G. (2014). Time for change: Advocacy and empowerment for Scotland's high risk young women. Scottish Justice Matters, 2(1), 28-29.
I am an experienced trainer and speaker and would welcome discussion on providing such services for your company or organisation in relation to mental health and wellness:
Sharples, P., & Wilson, G. (2020, September), Suicide Risk Formulation Training. NHS Scotland.
Wilson, G., Barber, P., & Sudworth, C. (2019, February). CBT skills. Workshop presented to Physiotherapy MSc, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, UK.
Wilson, G. & Tulbure, M. (2018, March). How to evidence impact: The Strength and Resilience Monitor. Workshop presented at Scottish Government and Corra Foundation: Children, Young People and Families Early Intervention Fund and Adult Learning and Empowering Communities Fund Conference, Edinburgh, UK.
Wilson, G. (2016, March). ‘Hold your head up girl and you'll go far’: The fight for gender equality in criminal justice responses. Paper presented at Howard League Justice and Penal Reform: Re-shaping the Penal Landscape Conference, Oxford, UK.
Wilson, G., & Rushton, K. (2015, October). What mental health means to us. PowerPoint presentation at Up-2-Us Pulling Together for the Girls Learning Day, Glasgow, UK.
Wilson, G., McDonald, N., & Holmes, N. (2015, September). Project Quilt grant proposal. PowerPoint presentation at Women’s Fund Grant Making Showcase, Edinburgh, UK.
Wilson, G. (2015, April). The 'fairer sex': Transitional journeys and inclusion of high risk young women. Paper presented at the Howard League: What is Justice? Re-imagining Penal Policy Conference, London, UK.
Wilson, G., & Jack, N. (2015, March). Pulling together for young people. Lecture presentation for Children, Young People and the Law module, Forensic Psychology MSc, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, UK.
Wilson, G., & Scott, C. (2014, April). What works for girls and young women. PowerPoint presentation at Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice Networking Events, Ayr and Dundee, UK.