Kyle Ross, MA
Offers telehealth & in-person services in our West Chester Office
Kyle has several years of experience working in community mental health providing therapy in underserved and impoverished communities. He has also worked as a supervisor and trainer in an outpatient mental health setting. Kyle earned a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology at West Chester University in 2016 where he conducted research on eating disorder prevention and completed a thesis research project on non-suicidal self-injury.
Kyle practices primarily with a person-centered orientation to therapy, which focuses on unconditional acceptance and authentic connection, so that clients can tap into their natural potential for growth. He is extensively trained and certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) from the Penn Collaborative. Kyle also has training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and often integrates DBT skills and interventions in the therapeutic process.
Kyle works primarily with adults and adolescents experiencing a variety of mood and anxiety concerns (e.g., depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety, panic disorder). He is knowledgeable about trauma and its impact, and is continuously developing skills in trauma-informed therapy for the treatment of post-traumatic stress. In addition to his therapeutic skills, Kyle has conducted research on non-suicidal self-injury and uses this knowledge to help clients change self-destructive behaviors. He is passionate about working with members of LGBTQ+ communities and other people who are navigating self-discovery and defining their identity.
Kyle is currently in doctoral training and clinical supervision to become a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. While in his doctoral training, he provides community mental health services, conducts program evaluation and development, and performs continued research on clinical issues such as eating disorders and self-injury.