- Psy.D., Ryokan College, Clinical Psychology
- MSW, University of Southern California
- BA, University of California, Riverside, Psychology
- Generalist Social Work Theory and Practice
Advanced Social Work Practice with Urban Families
Family Crisis, Trauma and Grief
Ashley, W. (2011). The angry Black woman: Impact of pejorative stereotypes in psychotherapy with Black women. Journal of Social Work in Public Health. In press.
Peer Reviewed Presentations
Ashley, W. “The Angry Black Woman: The Impact of Pejorative Stereotypes on Psychotherapy with Black Women.” Abstract accepted for presentation at the Pedagogy of Privilege Conference. Denver, Colorado. August 15-16, 2011.
Ashley, W. "Attachment THAIRapy: A Culturally Relevant Treatment Paradigm for African American Foster Youth." 2nd Biannual International Symposium: Vulnerable Families: Cross National Perspectives on Social Welfare Issues. Champaign, Illinois. April 2-3, 2012.