Barry Ross CV

Dr. Barry Ross CV
Newport Executive & Forensic Consultants Corporation
1101 Dove Street, Suite 165
Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 637-0730

Barry Ross, Ph.D., QME

Licensed Clinical Psychologist: PSY8592
Licensed Marriage FamilyTherapist: MJ19124
Certified Bioenergetic Analyst Psychoanalyst
Qualified Medical Examiner, State of California

1996-2001 Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Los Angeles, CA. Completed Training in psychoanalysis.
1979-1982 California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego, CA. Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.
1977-1979 California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego, CA. M.A. in Clinical Psychology.
1976-1977 Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. M.S. in Counseling and Guidance (Education).
1971-1975 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. B.A. in Psychology/Philosophy.
1996-Present Private practice focused on outpatient individual, marital, and family psychotherapy as well as psychoanalysis with both adolescents and adults. Caseload is 15% based on attorney-referred patients. Of that 15%, the population primarily involves domestic violence, sex-related offenses, and shoplifting, and DUI. Occasionally I prepare psychological reports for the courts. I have recently begun to do occasional Worker’s Compensation Reports as of March 2010.

Private Practice in association with two psychologists.  The practice focused on outpatient and inpatient psychotherapy with adults and adolescents.  Psychological testing was a substantial aspect of inpatient work (2-3 reports each week).

1986-1992 Chief Psychologist at Western Medical Center, Anaheim, California, Sleep Disorders Clinic. Evaluation and treatment of patients with insomnia.
9/90-9/92 Psychologist at College Hospital, Costa Mesa, CA.  Led two Bioenergetic therapy groups each week.
9/86-1/90 Private practice in association with Neuropsych Associates. Activities involved the following:

Chief Psychologist at Santa Ana Hospital and Medical Center Eating Disorders Unit. Individual, group, and family psychotherapy, psychological testing, and supervision of hospital staff.

Inpatient treatment of adolescents and adults at Santa Ana CPC Hospital.

Staff Psychologist at Doctor’s Hospital of Santa Ana. Short term treatment of medical-surgical patients. Staff Psychologist for Sleep Disorders Unit.

3/85-9/87 Private Practice in affiliation with Psy Clinic of Orange County.

Individual, group, and family psychotherapy with eating disordered patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

Completed 2 psychological testings each week.

1/84-3/85 Private practice in San Diego, CA.
Psychotherapy, clinical supervision, and psychological assessments
2/81-7/84 Clinical Coordinator, Beach Area Community Clinic/Pathways Drug Counseling. San Diego, CA.
Responsibilities included 12 client caseload and coordination of the clinical program including clinical and administrative aspects. Supervised caseloads of six psychology interns and one social worker. The client population was substance abuse-involved.
10/82-12/83 Psychological Assistant. Individual and marital psychotherapy.
5/80-2/81 Mental Health Technician, Grossmont Hospital, San Diego, CA. Milieu treatment of depressed and psychotic patients.
9/76-5/77 Mental Health Technician, Ridgeway Psychiatric Hospital, Chicago, Ill. Milieu treatment of psychotic, acting-out adolescent patients.
9/80-7/81 Episcopal Community Services. San Diego, CA.
Individual therapy and elementary school counseling.
9/79-7/80 Family Services of San Diego County. El Cajon, CA.
Individual, marital, family, and child psychotherapy. Marital therapy often involved patients with domestic violence issues.

Beach Area Community Clinical Pathways Drug Counseling.  San Diego, CA.
Individual, marital, and group therapy, including court referred drug abusers.


Family Alcohol Counseling and education Services.  El Cajon, CA.
Individual and group treatment of alcohol-involved patients.

1/76-5/76 Indiana Boys School. Plainfield, Indiana.
Counseling with incarcerated adolescent males. The population consisted primarily of patients convicted of sexual offenses, burglary, robbery, and other crimes of violence.

9/01-Present Staff Instructor at the Newport Psychoanalytic Institute. Courses include Adolescence, Borderline and Narcissistic Personality Disorders, Case Conference, Freudian Theory and History, and Perversions.
1984-1988 Staff instructor at the Professional School of Psychological Studies. Taught supervision class and advanced personality theory class for doctoral level students.
2/87-12/88 Presented Lectures on eating disorders for Santa Ana Medical Center including professional training.
3/85-6/92 Seminars on borderline patients presented at Western Medical Center. Anaheim, CA
1/85 Seminars presented at Naval Family Service in San Diego on psychological assessment of ego functions and object relations.
7/81-7/84 Clinical supervision of psychological interns at Pathways Drug Counseling and Education Services.
4/82-9/83 In-service on the Borderline Personality Disorders at Pathways Drug Counseling and Education Services.
1/79-6/79 Teaching Assistant at the California School of Professional Psychology. San Diego, CA. Presented material and led discussion groups on the topic of existentialism.
2004-Present Qualified Medical Examiner in California
6/2006 Completed 40 hours of Domestic Violence Training for Batterer’s
Intervention Facilitators. (as mandated by State of California
Penal Code 1203.098).
2002 Domestic Violence Conference, 8 hours.
9/96-9/01 Psychoanalytic Training Program.
8/94 Bioenergetic Supervision Training. Colorado. 1-week course.
1993 Erickson Hypnosis Supervision (weekly for 3 months).
8/89-3/90 Supervision Group with Dr. Larry Hedges (psychoanalyst).
1978-1988 Bioenergetic Certification completed (10 years of training).
1985 Hypnosis Training, Dr. Brian Alman, 10 hours.
Hypnosis Course at CSPP, San Diego, 55 hours.
1982-1991 Object Relations Treatment of Borderline and Narcissistic Personality Disorders, James Masterson, M.D. 9 weekends.
  –   Newport Psychoanalytic Institute (Instructor, Training, and Supervising Analyst).
  –   Association for the Advancement of Psychology.
  –   American Psychological Association.
  –   American Psychological Association.