Ashleigh Diserio studies human behavior and the social and cultural context in which the behavior occurs. She brings a unique perspective and a balanced view of the “whole person.” The whole person approach takes into consideration as much information as possible, including psychological and physical state, as well as an individual’s social, cultural, and physical environments.
Ashleigh Diserio has 14 years of experience working with the U.S. government and private sector clients. Her extensive experience applying psychological theories and principles in various investigative, operational, and national security settings allows her to assist individuals and organizations in understanding an individual’s mindset, motivations, behaviors, and intentions. Her understanding in predicting and countering behaviors of individuals who display undesirable, threatening or potentially dangerous character traits, enables her to counsel and collaborate with organizations to set and achieve the highest standards in threat and violence risk assessment, investigations, and other areas. Ashleigh Diserio has dedicated her career to following best practices, operating ethically and within boundaries of her competence while providing objective, unbiased assessments, and recommendations.
Ashleigh has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Bethany College and a Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology from Marymount University, as well as various training in a wide range of evidence-based practices. She is also a certified life coach from The Institute for Life Coach Training and provides life coaching through her Resilient Souls life coaching program