Ronald K. Phillips, LCPC
Ron has extensive experience working with adolescents and adults in mental health counseling and mentoring. Ron’s therapy style is strength-based, integrating cognitive and client-centered approaches. His years of work in Seminary counseling centers (Moody Bible Institute, North Park, and Fuller), hospitals (Northwestern & Children’s Memorial), prisons and trauma centers (Michigan Maximum Security Prison/Madison Adolescent Unit) have led him into prevention work in the area of a Parenting & Marital with a special focus on clinical/spiritual concerns.
Common treatment issues include: ADHD, Anxiety, Boundaries, Chronic Illnesses, Codependency, Conduct Disorders, Depression, Fears, Grief, Guilt, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Personality Disorders, Relationships, Self-Esteem, Self-Injury, and Spiritual Concerns.
Ron has worked in the business world where he was owner and manager of an executive recruiting firm and has worked at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange for over thirty years as a member.
Ron received his Bachelor of Arts at the University of Illinois in Criminal Justice and Masters in Psychology (ABD/Psy.D) at the Adler School of Professional Psychology.
He attended Trinity Seminary and is certified in Parenting, Cognitive Therapy, Play Therapy with Children and Trauma.
He is licensed in Michigan and Illinois.