Carolyn A. Ross, DCC, Registered Psychotherapist, CRPO

Meet Me At His Feet — Carolyn A. Ross


BIOGRAPHY, Carolyn A. Ross, DCC, Registered Psychotherapist, CRPO

Carolyn Ross believes that life is a journey, and when it comes to her clients, she views herself as a partner, walking with them on their individual paths as they reach one milestone at a time.

Holding a designation of Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) and the Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists (OACCPP), Carolyn has been in private practice since 2000, helping individuals, couples, children and families with emotional and behavioural problems, grief, relationship difficulties and family breakdown. She applies mindfulness-based cognitive therapy with compassion, empathy and creativity. 

In her counselling and psychotherapy practice in Pickering, Ontario, Carolyn is part of a care team that includes a Registered Psychologist and/or a Registered Psychological Associate who are members of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Together they are making a profound impact in the lives of clients with varying needs.

Carolyn holds a Doctoral Degree in Christian Counselling (Psychology/Theology) from Canada Christian College. Her experience also includes several years as a Professor in the Psychology Department of Canada Christian College. A leader in her field, Carolyn had the opportunity to speak at many conferences across the province, has been a guest on the TV show 100 Huntley Street, and host of Night Light Live, both on Christian Television Network (CTS).  Eager to share her passion for helping others, Carolyn is adding published author to her credits as she completes her book on Anger Management.

In addition to her work with clients, speaking engagements and media appearances, Carolyn volunteers as a board member of the Ontario Society for Adlerian Psychology, and a Chaplain for the Rouge Valley Health System. 

People start to heal the moment they feel heard.

— Cheryl Richardson