Ross is a registered counsellor and psychotherapist with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation Australia (PACFA). He brings experience working with families in school settings, non-government organisations, as well as crisis care. He uses his knowledge on attachment theory and emotional development to approach parenting matters with humility and sensitivity, emphasising the transformative power of self-reflection. Through the therapeutic relationship he aims to model that feelings of shame and guilt can be survived, while breeding a renewed sense of agency, empowering his clients to forge healthier and more fulfilling relationships throughout their lives.
With Ross’s expertise and understanding of the unique challenges faced by individuals and families, he is a valuable resource for anyone seeking support in parenting and developing strong attachment relationships. His dedication and diverse background make him well-equipped to guide parents and caregivers from various walks of life, ensuring they feel confident and capable in supporting their children.