Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT
Ross Rosenberg is the owner of Clinical Care Consultants, a multi-location Chicago area counseling center, and Advanced Clinical Trainers (ACT). Ross has been a practicing psychotherapist for 29 years, a professional trainer, consultant and expert witness. He has earned an international reputation as an expert in codependency, narcissism, sex addiction and trauma resolution.
Ross seminars have taken place in 27 States and in twice in Europe. His book, “The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us,” has sold 40,000 copies and has remained a best-seller since it was published in 2013. Ross’s follow-up work is represented in his “The Codependency Cure™” material, which features the reformulation of “codependency” into “Self-Love Deficit Disorder (SLDD)™,” “The Nine Stage Model for SLDD Recovery“, “The Observe Don’t Absorb Technique”, “Attachment Trauma Resolution Technique”, Pathological Narcissism, and other original theoretical and treatment concepts.
On YouTube, Ross’s groundbreaking work has achieved global recognition. His 85 instructional and educational videos have been viewed over 5 million times (188K monthly views) and has amassed over 50,000 subscribers (increasing by 1800 a month). Ross has been featured on national TV and on over 85 radio shows, including ABC Late Night, ABC’s “Swiped” documentary, Jenny McCarthy Show, and Fox and WGN News. His written work has been featured in the Chicago Tribune & Publisher Weekly. Ross is a regular contributor for The Huffington Post, PsychCentral.com and TheGoodMenProject.com.
“I believe every client is capable of being satisfied, fulfilled and happy. Even though all of us yearn to be understood, loved, and appreciated, somehow, some way, we got stuck or lost along the path of our life. I am honored to be the person to lead the way.”
“If hope and happiness always seem a tomorrow away,
If too many days end in sadness and a lack of fulfillment,
If your heart and your mind speak different languages,
If love of self and others seems to be beyond your grasp,
If you live in a desert of sadness and loneliness,
but seek an oasis of freedom and hope,
I can help.”
“It is never too late to be what you might have been” George Elliot
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