Dr. Ross has just published a paper about a new perspective on PTSD.
Many of Dr. Ross's speaking engagements were canceled or postponed due to coronavirus, but fortunately, many of them took place virtually. The Conferences and Workshops page has been updated.
Dr. Ross is pleased to announce his new Partial Hospitalization Program in the Austin, Texas area. See our website for more information.
Trauma Education Essentials offers educational webinars and in-person workshops for health professionals on topics related to complex trauma. We feature international experts in our webinars and workshops who cover a diverse array of clinically relevant topics, all delivered in a dynamic and interactive format.
Dr. Ross and his Toronto-based film company, Green Boat Productions, www.greenboatproductions.com, have recently received a Filmmaker of the Month Award from the Oasis Short Film Festival for The Visitor. The Visitor is Part 1 of a trilogy. Part 2 has been shot and is currently being edited.
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.
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: 940-320-8100. Admissions are not processed by the Ross Institute office in Richardson, and clinical services are not provided in Richardson.