Ross holds an honours degree and a diploma in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy and is a registered member of the IACP.
At the Connolly Counselling Centre Ross offers confidential, non-judgmental, supportive counselling and psychotherapy, warmly welcoming anyone who has found themselves going through a problem in life. Through listening within a safe environment, Ross helps adults and teenagers face their difficulties and seeks to offer various therapeutic coping mechanisms.
People present for therapy because the want a space where they will feel heard, understood and not judged. With this in mind, Ross provides a space for people to openly talk through and explore the reasons that they have come for counselling.
Ross practices from an integrative approach. It is his belief that a varied approach to the therapeutic process is best as each client and case will differ in their needs. As a result, he incorporates CBT, person-centred and psychodynamic modalities in his work.
Ross has over thirteen years’ experience within caring professions and extensive expertise in working with teenagers and young adults.
Sessions with Ross last for 50 minutes.
Outside of work Ross enjoys spending time with loved ones, running, watching sport, travelling, good food and great coffee.
Areas of expertise:
- Low mood
- Grief and loss
- Negative thoughts
- Trauma related issues