Welcome To The Ross Institute
The Colin A. Ross Institute was formed in 1995 to further the understanding of psychological trauma and its consequences by providing educational services, research, and clinical treatment of trauma based disorders.
Educational services are provided through workshops, books, CD's and DVD's. Dr. Ross has published over 200 papers in peer-reviewed journals, most of them dealing with trauma and dissociation. Most of the papers contain original research data, and much of the research has been funded by the Ross Institute.
Dr. Ross consults to three Trauma Programs at hospitals in Texas, Michigan and California. Treatment at these programs is based on his Trauma Model.
Ross Institute Trauma Program UBH Denton
After 17 years at Timberlawn Hospital, the Ross Institute Trauma Program transferred to a sister hospital, UBH Denton, in September, 2015.
For admissions to the Trauma Program at UBH Denton, call: 888-320-8101. Admissions are not processed by the Ross Institute office in Richardson, and clinical services are not provided in Richardson.
In Memory of Chris Costner Sizemore, the real Eve of "The Three Faces of Eve"
Dr. Ross has posted a video in memory of Chris Costner Sizemore, the real Eve of The Three Faces of Eve, who died on July 24, 2016. Chris Sizemore was a highly gifted painter, had been integrated for four decades, and made many contributions to the mental health field as a speaker.