Brad Ross, MS, LPC
Mental Health Provider
608-286-1132 Ext. 5
Brad earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Upper Iowa University. He then went on to obtain his master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling the University of Wisconsin Whitewater. Brad is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and is a nationally certified Functional Family Therapist (FFT). Brad has over twelve years of experience providing mental health treatment and case management services. He has worked with all ages and populations of people; including individuals and families in home, community and office settings. Additionally, Brad has helped many people manage and overcome high conflict and crisis situations.
Brad understands and values the importance of building trust and safety within the therapeutic relationship. He recognizes that each person he encounters is special, unique, and has their own strengths. Brad works from an eclectic, strength-based approach to treatment. Brad strongly believes in actively involving people in determining their treatment goals and allowing them to set their own pace of healing. Some modalities of treatment Brad practices are: Trauma Informed Care, Family Systems, CBT, DBT, Psycho-dynamic, Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness, and more.
Brad’s personal interests include traveling to new places, going to the movies, reading, physical fitness, power lifting, spending time with family & friends, and most importantly being a father to his son.