Dr. Ross, like you, is a graduate of life's experiences.
His focus is on restoring relationships and managing major life concerns.
A Graduate of UCLA, Eli Ross acquired his B.A. and Masters Degree there,
and subsequently earned his Ph.D. at USIU in San Diego.
Dr. Ross also served in the United States Marine Corp in combat status.
With an extensive broadcast and print media background,
Dr. Ross has appeared on "Family Tips" a regularly-scheduled program on Spokane,
Washington's Channel 4 television. He has also written several newspaper columns,
including, "Love is Not Enough," for The Salinas Californian,
"Handy Hints for Hassled Households," for the Coeur d"Alene Press,
and was an occasional contributor to the Half Moon Bay Review.
Also, a former educator, Dr. Ross taught in the public school system,
as well as for numerous colleges and universities. At North Idaho College, he served
for nine years as the college's Mental Health Specialist, Learning Disabilities Specialist and
was the primary counselor for the physically challenged and
learning impaired. With his focus on children and teens, Dr. Ross has worked with
children in therapy and assessing learning abilities/disabilities.
He also founded five reading clinics and two all-day schools in San Diego
for children with reading and learning difficulties.
Currently, Dr. Ross is focused on the restoring of relationships
through marriage and family counseling.
Professional Personal Statement: "I perceive myself as a General Family Practioner
in the art of Family counseling, primarily marital issues, child behavior management, and
evaluation of children with Attention Deficit Disorders with or without hyperactivity.
I facilitate relationships by role playing and giving clients practical skills for conflict
resolution. Helping individuals to deal with, overcome and master self-esteem issues
are almost invariably part and parcel of my counseling.
Treatment and facilitating people to deal with and come out of depression
is a frequent matter attended to in the counseling process."