Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSATRoss Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, SCAT
(847) 749-0514 ext.12

Since 1988, Ross has been an administrator, professional trainer, addiction specialist and counselor/psychotherapist in the mental health, social service and/or child welfare fields. Ross provides local, statewide, and national professional training on a variety of psychotherapy and addiction based topics.

Over the span of his career, Ross has counseled individuals who struggle with substance abuse, addictions, and co-addictions (Codependency). Ross's addiction work includes chemical addictions (drugs/alcohol) and process or behavior addictions (sexual addiction, Internet addictions, gambling addictions, and spending addictions). Ross's addiction services include counseling or all types, assessments, and professional consultation and training. Ross is considered an expert in the field of Sex Addictions and Internet Addictions, for which he provides comprehensive counseling services, training, and consultation.

Ross is well known in the local community for his work with hard to reach and oppositional adolescents. Typical issues with his adolescent clients include ADD / ADHD, drugs/alcohol, school challenges, anger control, eating disorders, self-mutilation, communication problems, and family struggles. Ross's work with teens also includes a family/parent focus, whether it is coaching, counseling / psychotherapy, or support.

Ross's work spans problem type, culture, ethnicity, gender, socio economic status, and sexual orientation. Some areas that Ross specializes in include: Marriage/Marital Counseling, Addictions, Codependency (Co-Addictions), Depression, Anxiety, ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), Challenging Teens, Grief and Bereavement, Trauma Survivors (PTSD), Marital and Family Conflict, and LGBTQ issues.

Catherine Ness, M.A., LCPCCatherine Ness, M.A., LCPC
Psychotherapist / Counselor
(847) 749-0514 ext.15

Catherine has dedicated herself to her clients and helping them better define where they are in life and where they would like to go in the future. Recognizing that each person is an individual and has personal strengths and struggles is an integral part of her therapeutic technique. Catherine believes that by focusing on known and perhaps "undiscovered" strengths, everyone has the ability to improve personal happiness and over-come life obstacles.

Catherine's intuitive and sensitive approach to counseling enables her to "reach into" her client's world, understand the problem for which they seeking help, and create a partnership with them to solve their problems. Her sensitive and intuitive therapy style enables her to connect deeply with her female clients. She is adept with life role changes, body image and self-esteem issues, inequality in relationships, parenting challenges, Postpartum Depression , codependency, and assertiveness challenges.

Catherine has had great success working with adolescents and adults who have struggled with anxiety, depression, OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), relationship difficulties, grief and psychosis. Despite the particular difficulty one is experiencing, Catherine believes that everyone has the right and ability to find happiness in life.

Tracy Tucker, LCSWTracy Tucker, AM, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
(847) 749-0514 ext.14

Tracy has experience working with adults and adolescents experiencing a variety of challenges in their lives. She is especially knowledgeable, experienced and effective with younger adults who are struggling to find their place or direction in life. Tracy also specializes with obesity, weight challenges, and body image issues. Tracy's "mission" is to empower clients while assisting them in achieving their personal goals for a healthy, successful life. Though her specialized, effective and compassionate therapy services, her clients are able to improve their outlook and attitude, recognize their strengths, build their confidence, increase their energy, develop feelings of well-being, and find happiness and joy.

Brian Lengfelder, LCPCBrian Lengfelder, LCPC, CAADC, MISAI, CCJP, MAC, ACRPS
Psychotherapist / Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor
(847) 749-0514 ext.16

Brian Lengfelder has been in the addiction/mental health field for 20 years. He has worked in the gamut of alcohol, drug and addiction programs from detoxification programs to outpatient after-care services. He has been a clinical supervisor, program manager and clinical director of substance abuse facilities and has extensive experience utilizing cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness concepts and psychological humanistic characteristics.

Brian has many psychotherapy (counseling) specialties. Other than working as an individual therapist, Brian enjoys and is skilled with family, couples or marital therapy, and group therapy. He enjoys working with teenagers as much as he does adults. Teens, like his adult clients, respond to his uniquely warm but goal oriented therapy approach.

He is also a professional trainer, speaker and consultant. Brian has presented on mental health and addiction topics at state conventions, state addiction certification associations, colleges, community service organizations and community groups. Brian serves as a member of the board of directors of the certifying body of addictions counselors in Illinois.

Laura Pembrook, M.A., LCPCLaura Pembrook, M.A., LCPC
Psychotherapist / Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
(847) 749-0514 ext.13

"I believe that making the decision to see a therapist is a sign of courage and strength, and that therapy is a unique, personal process of growth and healing for each individual." I am an experienced, friendly, down to earth therapist who brings warmth, humor, hope and compassion to my counseling work. My approach is supportive, solution-oriented and interactive. My goal is to create a safe and accepting space, in which together we can explore your experiences, hopes, and goals.

Marriage and couples counseling is my other area of expertise. Having been trained in Imago Relationship Therapy, I offer couples easily designed ways to better relate, increase closeness and intimacy, create healthy boundaries, and work through projections and triggers. Helping couples better communicate with each other about what each person needs to feel loved, cared for, connected, and safe, and changing hurtful behavior is an important part of this specialized therapy. I take pride in having helped many couples re-connect, improve their relationships, and grow together.

Sonya Kontorovich, M.A., LCPCSonya Kontorovich, M.A., LCPC
Psychotherapist / Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
(847) 749-0514 ext.11

"I am confident that through a positive and supportive therapeutic environment, I can help you become your best self. I believe in your capacity to heal, grow, and evolve toward a fulfilling and meaningful life. I can help you sort through, identify and solve your problems or obstacles, while building your capacity to stop your self-defeating patterns. Together, we can pave the way to your emotional, personal and relational growth. Through an organic and safe process, we will find what suits your personality, preferences and therapeutic goals. We will turn your emotional pain and problems into opportunities, while leading you toward the life you always deserved."

Sonya Kontorovich is experienced in treating diverse populations, including children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. She is also a skilled group therapist. She tailors therapy to expeditiously solve the problem, while promoting newer and healthier ways of thinking, feeling and behaving. She believes people learn and solve problems in their own unique way, while helping them to solve difficult problems that have seemed nearly impossible to overcome.

Sonya believes that focusing on the negative is not always productive. As such, she helps her clients tap into their authentic positive selves, which might not being obvious to them but are, nevertheless, there. She prides herself in her ability to lead her clients on a path to gain insight and mastery over their limitations while giving them hope. She knows when to focus on the problem at hand and when to look at the deeper core issues causing them.

Dave Evans, MA, LCPCDave Evans, MA, LCPC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
(847) 749-0514 ext. 18

Dave has been in the field of counseling and mental health for over thirty years, working with families, couples, and individuals of all ages. He has been in private practice since 2003, and also worked in inpatient and outpatient hospital settings. He holds a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and has been a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Illinois since 1998. In addition to being a parent and stepparent, Dave has had experience in developing and leading parenting groups, as well as a variety of collaborative endeavors with other professionals in the child welfare, educational and legal systems. Dave has an avid interest in spiritual development, pastoral care and the integration of psychology and spirituality in emotional healing and everyday living.

Cheri Spiczka, LCPC
Psychotherapist / Licensed Counselor / Art Therapist

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