Medical Director, VP – Forensic Psychologist, R3 Continuum
George Vergolias, PsyD, LP serves as Vice President and Medical Director of R3 Continuum, bringing nearly 20 years’ experience in forensic psychology, risk assessment, threat management, hostility de-escalation, and crisis management.
As the Medical Director for R3 Continuum, Dr. Vergolias oversees the clinical services and leading the Threat of Violence and Workplace Violence program. He performs threat assessments for known and unknown suspects, conducts psychological assessments and provides expert witness testimony on matters related to civil, criminal and administrative litigation.
He has expertise in the following areas: violence risk and threat management, terrorism, psychological dynamics of stalking, sexual offending, emotional trauma, civil and involuntary commitment, suicide and self-harm, occupational disability, law enforcement consultation, expert witness testimony, and tele-mental health.
Dr. Vergolias has directly assessed or managed over one thousand cases related to elevated risk for violence or self-harm, sexual assault, stalking, and communicated threats. He has consulted with regional, state, and federal law enforcement agencies, including the FBI and Secret Service. He has worked for and consulted with Fortune 500 companies, major insurance carriers, academic institutions, government agencies, and large healthcare systems on issues related to work absence management, workplace violence, medical necessity reviews, and expert witness consultation.
He is an internationally recognized consultant and speaker, known for his ability to engage clients, understand their needs, and convey specialized knowledge in clinical, forensic, ands threat management subject matters areas into pragmatic solutions.
Dr. Vergolias holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School, with internship training at the Durham VA Medical Center and Duke University Hospital, and post-doctoral training in forensic psychology affiliated with the University of Notre Dame. He has over 20 years of forensic experience.