American Academy of Clinical Psychology, Fellow
American Board of Professional Psychology
American Corrections Association
American Psychological Association
Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
Board of Directors, Elected Southern Regional Representative (2011-2013)
Board of Directors, Ex-Officio Observer (2007-2010)
Board of Directors, Elected Canadian Representative (2005-2007)
Chair, Research Committee (2005-2007)
Conference Committee (2008-2011)
Conference Planning Committee (2011)
Editor, The ATSA Forum
Canadian Psychological Association
Circles of Support & Accountability Advisory Group – Mennonite Central Committee of Ontario
Evaluation Advisory Committee—CoSA Canada
Florida Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
Elected President (2010-2013)
Currently Past-President (2013-2015)
International Association for Forensic and Correctional Psychology
International Community Corrections Association
Editorial Board – The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice
Editorial Board – Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment
Editorial Board – Journal of Sexual Aggression
Wilson, R.J. & McWhinnie, A.J., in association with Counseling and Psychotherapy Centers of America (2012). Training and technical assistance grant for Circles of Support & Accountability. US Department of Justice, SMART Office, $500,000.00.
Wilson, R.J. (2007). Development of distance learning curricula for Humber College’s Ontario Graduate Certificate Program in Forensic Practice. Law Foundation of Ontario, $40,000 (the entire grant eligibility was $120,000 over three years; the first instalment was received in 2006 before my tenure, instalment three was solicited in 2008, after my departure from Humber College).
Wilson, R.J., et al. (2002). Establishing a framework for community supervision of special needs offenders. Regional Research Committee, Correctional Service of Canada, $5000.00.
Wilson, R.J., Picheca, J.E., & Serin, R.C. (2001). Circles of Support & Accountability: Evaluating the efficacy of professionally-supported volunteerism in the long-term reintegration of high-risk sexual offenders. Research Branch, Correctional Service of Canada, $8000.00.
Wilson, R.J., Cripps, J.E., & Long, C.A. (1999). The identification of integrated treatment needs for offenders with family and sexual violence concerns. Council on Sex Offender Treatment, Correctional Service of Canada, $3000.00.
Wilson, R.J., Stewart, L., & Stirpe, T. (1996). An investigation of recidivism rates among sex offenders referred to community-based programming in the Greater Toronto Area. Regional Research Committee, Correctional Service of Canada, $4000.00.
Fedoroff, J.P., Collins, P.I., & Watson, R.J. (1991). Buspirone hydrochloride in the treatment of transvestic fetishism: A double blind study. Clarke Institute of Psychiatry Research Fund, $3500.00.
Freund, K., Watson, R., & Glancy, G. (1991). An objective diagnostic test of sexual dangerousness. Clarke Institute of Psychiatry Research Fund, $3500.00.