This is what Ross has to say about Angela Fitch:
“Angela Fitch, MA, LCPC, a Clinical Care Consultants psychotherapist, is the only person in the world that is being trained and supervised in my Self-Love Recovery™ (Codependency Cure™) psychotherapy treatment method. Angie receives my support, supervision, and regular consultations for her Self-Love Deficient/SLD (codependent) clients.
“I chose Angie because of her natural and advanced psychotherapy skills, as well as her intellectual and emotional predilection for my subject material. Because of Angie’s personal, educational, and professional experiences with SLD clientele, and her intense drive to learn and master my material, I completely endorse her work. “ – Ross Rosenberg
Ross Rosenberg’s codependency treatment methods are available at Clinical Care Consultants’ Inverness therapist office and are provided exclusively by Angela Fitch, who is personally trained and overseen by Ross Rosenberg.
Angela Fitch provides codependency recovery services via our online therapy platform (i.e. through e-therapy) as well.
The books explain why oppositely-matched but compatible codependents – or what Rosenberg now calls “SLD’s” (Self-Love Deficients) – always fall hopelessly and powerlessly in love with Pathological Narcissists. Neither know that their soul mate connection will devolve into a cellmate reality. Narcissistic abuse is hard to identify and often the codependent-narcissist pair won’t even realize that they are engaged in it either as victim or as the antagonist. Relationship counseling can help to identify what is really going wrong – and right! – in your relationship.
Clients who suspect they may be in a codependent-narcissist relationship and may be suffering from codependency, narcissistic abuse, or self-love deficit can find a great deal of care and support at Clinical Care Consultants. Do you live too far from our Inverness therapist office? Residents of the entire state of Illinois may qualify for CCC e-therapy with our specially-trained codependency, codependent-narcissist, narcissistic abuse, and codependency recovery counselors or therapists.
Relationship counseling for one or both parties in a codependent-narcissist relationship is available. While it is ideal to engage both members in any kind of relationship in relationship counseling, it is always good to seek help to empower and heal yourself. Whether you are in need of codependency recovery or have realized that you may have engaged in narcissistic abuse, we are able to support you through counseling to learn to live your best life.
Rosenberg’s work is featured on his now famous YouTube channel (115,000 subscribers), where his 115 videos are viewed over 17,000 a day for a total of 12,000,000 views. His “Codependency Cure” and “Self-Love Recovery” video and in person services are available through his Self-Love Recovery Institute company.
Since the demand for Ross’s codependency psychotherapy services has exceeded his capabilities, he has handpicked Angela Fitch, to whom he confidently refers these cases. She receives regular training, supervision, mentoring and support from him. Unlike Ross, she accepts many insurance policies and have a more affordable session fee.
Rest assured that if you want to benefit directly from the ground-breaking work of Ross Rosenberg with a qualified clinician and Ross himself is unavailable, Angie, with Ross’s help, will take great care of you.
Ross Rosenberg’s book, The Human Magnet Syndrome: The Codependent Narcissist Trap, was updated in 2018 and now not only covers codependency and pathological narcissism, it explains why the opposite codependent narcissist attraction force is king! Additional expanded information in the 2018 edition includes Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome, The Relationship Compatibility Theory, The Three Forms of Relational Chemistry, Codependency Categories: Active & Passive, Codependents Cannot Be Narcissists, and much more.
Our specially-trained counselors can help you answer that question and to sort out how to enjoy better relationships with both yourself and others, no matter what the answer. You can also get insight through Ross Rosenberg’s many interviews and writings. For example, in an article published in the Chicago Sun-Times , in which he is interviewed by Jenniffer Weigel, Ross Rosenberg explains:
“In a relationship, the NPD [narcissistic personality disorder] gives no authentic and unconditional love, respect and care to others, and they don’t think they should,” … “They may give the co-dependent just enough affection so they stick around, but that’s just so they get something in return.”
Narcissists will actually choose a co-dependent intentionally by their low self-esteem, or what Rosenberg calls Self-Love Deficit Disorder (SLDD).
“People with self-love deficit are the ones saying they’re ‘sorry,’ they tend to smile when they talk about things that upset them, they’re always the one taking care of people and they feel bad if they make a mistake,” Rosenberg said. “They learn in their childhood that it’s not safe to be themselves and they grow up serving narcissists.”
Rosenberg said this codependent-narcissist dynamic could play out in any relationship — family, lovers, friends and even colleagues. And while a narcissist is unable to get better because they don’t think they are at fault, a co-dependent can be healed. But it requires making some life changes.”
Codependency recovery can be a long, confusing, and difficult journey, but with the qualified therapists at CCC, the path can be made smooth and clear.