M.Ed.( Educ.Psych) C.C.C.
Mental Health Clinician
Ross Flood completed a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology at Memorial University in 1993. Ross has 20 years experience in managing Employee Assistance programs and providing mental health counseling to employees and family members. He has continued to develop his counseling skills through workshops, professional accreditation, workshops and other educational activities over these years. He also taught a Career Counselling course for senior students at MUN.
Ross had a broad range of counseling, facilitation, teaching and training experience training, working in government departments and private agencies. He has formal training (basic and advanced courses) in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM); and Conflict Resolution. In his counseling Ross works primarily with individual clients, late adolescents and adults and uses personality and learning assessment as part of his counseling. He works with issues of depression, anxiety, stress management, grief and loss, separation and divorce.
Ross has a wealth of experience in dealing with workplace based issues such as Critical Incident Stress Management, work performance problems, mental health in the workplace, developing return-to-work plans, work burnout, conflict management, communication and assertiveness training. He has also has experience conducting workshops in the areas already noted as well as Mentoring, Engagement, Team Building, Situational Assessments, Resiliency, Work Life Balance, Distance Management and Stress Management.
Ross is ac accredited Canadian Certified Counsellor through the Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy Association.