Dr. Ross Arneson is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who utilizes a multicultural perspective when working with children, adolescents, families, and adults. Dr. Arneson's experiences providing psychological evaluations and therapy have included: ADHD, aggression, anxiety, autism spectrum disorders, chronic medical conditions, depression, familial conflict, identity issues, learning disabilities, mood disorders, opposition, parent-child bonding, school problems, substance abuse/dependence, and trauma. Dr. Arneson has a special interest in attachment related issues and is a registered Circle of Security (COS) parents educator, a relationship-based early intervention program designed to enhance the security between parents and children.
Dr. Arneson draws primarily from the principles of Object Relations Therapy and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Relationships are central to our lives and to these theories. By better understanding the manner and character of these connections, we can gain profound insight into the difficulties being experienced. Working collaboratively, Dr. Arneson aims to foster change for the individual, their family, friends, school/work, and community.