About

Ross Crisp

Ross Crisp is a registered psychologist in Australia with extensive experience as a
rehabilitation consultant and psychologist.

He has published numerous articles on disability and rehabilitation, in particular on the psychosocial and vocational rehabilitation of persons with spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries. More recently, he has written on the practice of person-centered and experiential psychotherapies in educational and vocational rehabilitation settings, and in relation to trauma and loss. He has also focused on the value of integrating person-centered and experiential psychotherapies with existential philosophies.

He is currently a member of the Australian Psychological Society and World Association of Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies.

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