Erin Ross

Erin Ross is a clinical and forensic psychologist. She offers assessment and psychotherapy to adults and older adolescents. Areas of focus in her practice include treatment of depression, anxiety-related disorders, chronic pain and other health issues, anger, substance use, work and relationship stressors/issues. Dr. Ross incorporates cognitive behavioural and interpersonal therapy, focused on thinking patterns and behavioural strategies that improve the health of the individual and their relationships with others. Dr. Ross completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Western University, in London, Ontario. She completed her internship at Wayne State School of Medicine on the consultation-liaison psychology service at Henry Ford hospital, an acute care hospital in Detroit, Michigan. In addition, she has extensive experience with adults involved in the criminal justice system. She has also served as the clinician at several local probation and parole offices. She is a member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario and the Ontario Psychological Association.