Dr Victoria Ross has extensive clinical experience in the NHS and independent practice providing assessment and treatment for complex mental health conditions across the lifespan. Over the past ten years she has delivered evidence-based psychological therapies within community-based, inpatient and outpatient NHS settings and in independent practice.
Dr Ross has worked in highly specialist services across both mental health and physical health. The main therapeutic modalities she uses include cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), eye movement desensitisation reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), Compassion Focussed Therapy (CFT) as well as being informed by attachment theory and mindfulness approaches. She has experience in treating a wide range of psychological conditions including, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, complicated grief, addiction, somatisation disorders and complex PTSD. She has provided psychological therapy to individuals, couples and groups.
As part of developing new services, Dr Ross has been heavily involved in service design and implementing care pathways. She has acted as an ‘expert witness’ to the Courts in the area of personal injury claims; mainly in relation to the psychological effects of a road traffic accident. She also has significant experience in supporting other healthcare professionals to provide psychological therapy through clinical supervision, teaching and training. She has delivered teaching at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level as well as to various health professionals including consultant level medical staff.
Dr Ross holds honorary clinical lecturer status and have delivered workshops and presentations at both local and international conferences.
Courts or Tribunals: Clinical Negligence, Occupational Health, Personal Injury
Age groups: Adult
Psychological Specialisms: Adult Mental Health Problems, Forensic, Trauma and PTSD
Therapies offered: EMDR