Consulting and training for individuals, organizations, small group seminars, and webinars on intervention strategies to reduce the risk of secondary traumatic stress, vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, and burnout related to working with victims of violence abuse and trauma.
With over 30 years experience as a professional in the wellness field, Dr. Leslie Anne Ross seamlessly combines the personal, physical, and professional perspectives to create change whether she is working with one person, a small group or an entire auditorium. Dr. Ross is currently the Vice President of the Leadership Center at Children’s Institute Inc. in Los Angeles where she oversees programs in research, program evaluation, training, and implementation of evidence-based practices for the treatment of Child Trauma, Family Violence, and Child.
Dr. Ross is the Program Director for the Child Trauma Center as a participating site of National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) and is part of the NCTSN Domestic Violence Collaborative Working Group. She is also part of the NCTSN Task Force on the Core Curriculum for Child Trauma (CCCT). Dr. Ross is co-chair of the NCTSN Secondary Traumatic Stress collaborative working group which focused on prevention and intervention of the occupational risk of Secondary Trauma associated with working with children and families exposed to trauma. She is co-author of CII’s “Responding to Domestic Violence: The Whole Person Approach” group treatment model for adult victims and their children.
Leslie Anne Ross, PsyD