Ross Rosenberg (CADC,CSAT,LCPC)
Ross Rosenberg has over 26 years of experience as a psychotherapist, counseling practice owner, training company co-owner, nationally recognized professional trainer, consultant and certified addiction specialist. Ross is the author of “The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us,” published in April 2013. Ross’s work has been highlighted on various TV programs including, ABC Late Night, Fox News, WGN News and UT-San Diego News. He has appeared in the Chicago Tribune & Publisher Weekly and is a regular contributor for The Huffington Post and PsychCenteral.com.
Ross owns Clinical Care Consultants, a full-service counseling center based in the Northwestern suburbs of Chicago. He is a national seminar speaker consultant, and expert psychotherapist. Ross’s clinical expertise spans the areas of codependency, sex love addiction and internet addictions, dysfunctional or problematic relationships, narcissism and borderline personality disorders. By the end of 2013, Ross’s current seminar, “Emotional Manipulators & Codependents: Understanding the Attraction” will have been hosted in 27 states.
Ross Rosenberg is considered an expert in sex, love and Internet addictions. Ross is a certified addictions counselor (CADC) and is a Certified Sex Addictin Therapist (CSAT) candidate who has provided psychotherapy, treatment and consultation services to a wide range of clients since 1988. Ross’s expertise in the sex and love addiction field has helped hundreds of clients. His compassionate, focused, and goal oriented psychotherapy style creates positive outcomes for his sexually addicted clientele and their loved ones. Ross provides consultation and professional training services spanning a variety of topics including love and sex addictions, Internet addictions, and codependency.
Rosenberg’s psychotherapy services enable his clients to achieve balance, inner peace and feelings of personal efficacy. He says, “Within a warm and respectful therapeutic relationship lies the power to overcome seemingly overwhelming obstacles.” The following quote capture Ross’s personal and professional philosophy about his work:
The Reason I Became A Helping Professional
When I was 17 years old I was placed at a drug rehab facilty. It was there I first learned that I was a lonely and very sensitive young man who had a lot to offer the world. These counselors told me that I actually had worth and was a terrific listener and problem solver. They suggested that when I grow up I become a psychotherapist. I have never forgotten what they said. Till this day, 34 years ago, I still hold that passionate and sensitve young man in my heart. The young man who wants to change the world and help people with their pain and suffereing has evolved into who I am now.
Over $120 per session