Supervision and Training


I am an expert in working with trauma, extreme abuse and mind control - particularly in working with dissociation.  I provide specialist supervision for therapists who work with extreme abuse as well as being a supervisor for therapists in general practice.  I am a member and contract trainer for the European Society for Trauma and Dissociation (ESTD), and speak nationally internationally at conferences and universities on understanding trauma and advancing practice.


I have completed a post-graduate diploma in humanistic/gestalt psychotherapy, a diploma in counselling, an advanced diploma in forensic psychotherapy, a diploma in supervision, a post-graduate certificate in couple therapy and a certificate in coaching and sex therapy. I have also completed further training in working with trauma, cognitive therapy, group therapy and play therapy.


My experience includes working with the voluntary, public and statutory sector with adults, children, adolescents, parents, families and couples and all types of relationships: married/unmarried, people who choose to live apart, same sex partners or partners who want to separate.


I am the former Chair of the Forensic Therapists Association in Britain (2008-14) and was previously the director of One in Four UK, a charity which specialises in working with survivors of child sexual abuse, from 2005 to 2009. I was a member (2009-11) of the board of the Criminal Justice Forum of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.  I am currently also a Restorative Justice Officer.


Prior to moving into psychotherapy, I worked in the diplomatic service and hold an MA in political science.



Standard fees


Supervision £60 per session

Organisations £65 per session

Expert Witness Work: £65 per hour


Fees can be negotiable

Sessions can also be held in German.


Contact Me


Mobile: 07812 791773    |    Reception: 020 8469 0858    |    Email:



© Elisabeth Ross, 2016

Contact Me


Mobile: 07812 791773


Reception: 020 8469 0858




© Elisabeth Ross, 2016