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Suicide Prevention: The Power of Connection

by Ana Stefaniuk MA, LCPC, Psychotherapist, Clinical Care Consultants We can all help prevent suicide. Every year, mental health organizations and individuals across the United States and around the world raise awareness of suicide prevention during September, National Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, yet it is one of the fastest […]

In a Blink of an Eye; Understanding Trauma and PTSD

by Angela Fitch, LCPC, Psychotherapist, Clinical Care Consultants In a blink of an eye, someone’s life can change for the positive.  Hearing a baby’s first sound following birth, seeing a sunset after a hard day, or feeling a loved one’s first kiss are examples of just that.  It is a wonderful privilege to recall positive, […]

Clinical Care Consultants – Palatine & Inverness Ribbon Cutting Event

Palatine Area Chamber of Commerce member Clinical Care Consultants (CCC), 1642 W. Colonial Parkway in Inverness, recently hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 2, 2019. This event was followed by an open house where attendees were introduced to the variety of counseling and therapy services offered at the Inverness-based practice. Clinical Care Consultants Hosts […]

Relationship Discernment Counseling: Should I Stay, Or Should I Go?

Ewa Florczak, MA, LCPC Clinical Care Consultants Psychotherapist Everyone can agree that it takes a tremendous amount of work to maintain a healthy relationship, even with the most loving, kind, and nurturing partner. Despite our best efforts, and a hopeful outlook, some relationships are predestined to fail. Unfortunately, many people ignore the warning signs and […]

Physical vs Psychological Hunger; What Purpose Does Food Serve For You? By Tracy Tucker

Physical vs Psychological Hunger; What Purpose Does Food Serve For You? by Tracy Tucker, AM, LCSW, EMDR Have you ever had a really busy day at work and forgotten to eat? What about been really hungry, to then have unintentionally overeaten to the point of feeling sick? Maybe you treat yourself to your favorite sweet […]

Elderly Parents In Addiction Recovery Need  Us.

Elderly Parents In Addiction Recovery Need  Us. By Teresa Greenhill at With the arrival of the holidays we think nostalgic, sentimental thoughts about family and friends.  Sometimes those relationships aren’t as healthy as we would like them to be.  If you have a parent who struggles with addiction your relationship can be especially complicated.  […]

Buyer Beware: Psychotherapists & Life Coaches Are Not the Same. Caveat Emptor.

  BUYER BEWARE Kris Walker, the consummate radio host on Mental Health News Radio, and I discuss the many risks and dangers inherent in seeking mental health or relationship help from unqualified, untrained, uneducated, and inexperienced individuals, many of whom have risen to fame thanks to YouTube. We also discuss how and why coaches are […]

Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT Professional Resume / VITA

ROSS ROSENBERG, M.Ed. LCPC CADC CSAT 3325 N. Arlington Heights Rd., Ste 400B Arlington Heights, IL 60004 Phone: (847) 749-0514 ext 120 Email: EDUCATION: Master of Education in Counseling Boston University, Boston, MA 1988 Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Towson State University, Towson, MD 1987 LICENSE & CERTIFICATIONS CADC – Certified Alcohol and Addiction […]

8 Steps to Better Boundaries, by Ross Rosenberg

Internal Family Systems Theory/Psychotherapy. Nisha Shah, Inverness Psychotherapist

  What is Internal Family Systems? Nisha Shah MS, CRC, LCPC Clinical Care Consultants – Inverness / Arlington Heights Il In a natural state, we as human beings are subdivided into a multiplicity of parts. Each part has its own set of experiences. If left to manage their experience without positive guidance, parts can be […]