Rosecrance Professionals Specialties in Mental Health and Addiction Treatment

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Carlene Cardosi, LCSW, CADC

Vice President of Residential Services

Carlene Cardosi is Vice President of Residential Services, and has been with Rosecrance since 2008. She has worked at both the adolescent and adult residential substance abuse treatment centers in Rockford. Carlene started as an intern working with adolescent girls at the Griffin Williamson Campus, and she has worked her way up through various positions across the organization. After her internship she worked as a primary counselor with the girls and then as a unit coordinator with the boys. She was then given the opportunity to supervise the women’s programming at the Harrison Campus for adults. In 2015 she was promoted to Assistant Administrator at the Harrison Campus, where she took on a leadership role mentoring coordinators and other staff. In 2017 she was promoted to Clinical Director of Residential Services, where she developed programs for both adolescents and adults. In 2018 she was promoted to Regional Administrator, and she oversaw services in Milwaukee, McHenry County, Des Plaines, and Chicago. Now as Vice President of Residential Services she supervises Rosecrance’s Griffin Williamson and Harrison campuses in Rockford and the Lakeview facility in Chicago.


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Nancy Chamberlain, BA

Director of Communications

Nancy Chamberlain is the Director of Communications for Rosecrance Health Network. Nancy’s background includes over 15 years of experience in communications, media relations, crisis communications and promotions and advertising in the Northern Illinois region. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies-Communications from the University of Illinois at Springfield and has also served on a variety of volunteer boards and community groups in the area.


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Dan DeGryse, BA, BS, CEAP, CADC, LAP/C

Director of Rosecrance Florian Program

Dan has over 29 years of experience as a firefighter with the Chicago Fire Department, serving as an officer for 23 of them. Dan presently holds the rank of Battalion Chief/EMT. He also served as the coordinator of the Chicago Firefighters’ Union Local 2 Employee Assistance Program for 14 years. Dan has extensive clinical experience providing individual, group, and family therapy with both adults and adolescents in the area of addiction and mental health issues.  Dan is a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP), a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (CADC), a Certified Labor Assistance Professional (LAP-C), a Certified ARISE Interventionist (CAI) and holds advanced training in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM).  Dan has been a member of the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) Labor/EAP Committee since 2002.  Dan is recognized as a Master Instructor for the IAFF Peer Support Program.  Over the years, Dan has operated in the capacity of peer supporter in his department and many others, including the efforts following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack in New York.


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Elizabeth Ellison, M.Ed, LCPC, CADC

Director, Rosecrance Lakeview

Elizabeth Ellison helps direct day-to-day activities and provides clinical supervision to the addiction counselors and therapists as the clinical coordinator at Rosecrance Lakeview. She worked as an addiction therapist at Rosecrance for four years and also worked as a counselor/case manager at Lake County Haven in Libertyville. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Illinois State University and her master of education in mental health counseling from Florida Atlantic University.


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Colleen Fry

Director of Alumni Relations

Colleen is Director of Alumni Relations for Rosecrance at the Harrison Campus. She is responsible for establishing relationships with clients and families during treatment and in their recovery. Once clients leave treatment, Colleen works to ensure they stay connected to Rosecrance through recovery support groups, newsletters, workshops, reunions, and other alumni-related events. She serves as a recovery role model for other staff and clients and is passionate about seeing our alumni thrive once they leave treatment.


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Anne Fridh, MS, PsyD

Vice President of Operations, Jackson Recovery Centers

Anne Fridh is Vice President of Operations at Rosecrance Jackson Centers. Fridh has over 20 years of experience in the behavioral health field. Previously, Fridh worked as the Rosecrance Director of Performance Improvement, bringing a clinical eye to quality and improvement to all Rosecrance programming. She was then promoted to Administrator of Adult Community Mental Health and oversaw all adult mental health programs and services. Fridh earned her B.S. in Family Social Services from Northern Illinois University, and her M.S. in Child and Family Services from Northern Illinois University. She obtained her PsyD from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology.


LeAnn (Lee) Gill

Director of Development

Lee Gill is Director of Development for the Rosecrance Foundation, serving the Iowa region. Her professional background includes over 18 years in sales, marketing and promotions, and she has held a variety of positions with area non-profit boards. Lee is also involved in many community-related organizations that focus on recovery; her passion is to provide support to clients who seek Rosecrance services.

 


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Paul Gilmet

Director of Access, Rosecrance Lakeview

Paul Gilmet is the Director of Access for Rosecrance Lakeview. He was worked in the field of alumni relations, development, and sales since graduating from Loyola University Chicago in 1999. In conjunction with Fr. Jim Swarthout, Gilmet is responsible for implementation and execution of alumni events, chapter development, alumni publications, alumni relations and networking, alumni support groups, and working with all staff on the maintenance of a comprehensive alumni program.


Joey KingJoey King, LCPC, LPHA

Rosecrance Central Illinois Executive Director

Joey King has worked in the field of behavioral health since 2006. He began his career working with adult severe mental illness in community mental health and then supervised crisis services for five years, working with mobile crisis response teams and SASS services. For the last eight years, he has worked as a chief clinical officer. The areas of services are adolescent residential services, adult substance abuse residential care, and acute psychiatric care for adult, adolescent, and pediatric care. Joey earned a Master of Science degree in community mental health from Eastern Illinois University.

 


Photo of Joseph KreulJoseph Kreul, AMFT, LCPC, LPHA

Clinical Director, Rosecrance Berry Campus

Joseph Kreul is the Clinical Director for Rosecrance Berry Campus. He has more than 16 years’ experience as a counselor working with adults and youth in various settings. He received his undergraduate degree from the University Illinois Urbana-Champaign and completed his Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Adler School of Professional Psychology.


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Emily Lipinsky

Director of Development, Rosecrance Foundation

Emily Lipinsky is the Director of Development for the Rosecrance Foundation. She has 16 years of experience in fundraising. She comes to us from a National not-profit organization where she was responsible for community events, corporate and individual donor development and managing the community development team. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing with a minor in Management from Columbia College of Missouri.


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Joan Lodge, MS, LCSW

Administrator of Adult Community Mental Health

Joan Lodge is the Administrator of Adult Community Mental Health, which includes oversight of the Rosecrance Ware Center, Belvidere, Rosecrance Mulberry and recovery housing.  She oversees adult mental health services & programs. She earned her Master’s degree in social work from Aurora University. Lodge has been involved in social work since 1991, when she entered the field as a case worker.  Joan is a current member of NASW, IL National Association of Social Workers and was named Social Worker of the Year in 2013.


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Denita Lynde, MS, CADC

Director of Recovery Homes

Denita Lynde oversees Rosecrance’s recovery homes, which serve patients who have completed primary substance abuse treatment: Hillman House for boys, Marlowe House for girls and Greendale House for adults and women with children. Denita is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (CADC) and holds a degree in psychology from Northern Illinois University. She serves on the Illinois Task Force on Women’s Issues in Treatment. Denita was a Unit Coordinator at the Rosecrance Griffin Williamson Campus for adolescents since 2003.


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Jason Relle, LCPC

Clinical Director

Jason Relle is the Clinical Director at Rosecrance Griffin Williamson and has been with Rosecrance since 2011.  He oversees substance abuse and behavioral health residential programming for adolescents. He is a licensed clinical professional counselor that has worked with children, adolescents and families in various roles within Rosecrance.  He earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Miami University and his master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from the Adler School of Professional Psychology.


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Craig Riehle, MSW, LCSW, CADC, MISA I

Director of Access

Craig Riehle is Director of Access, overseeing all first contact activity, assessments and admissions for Rosecrance. He joined Rosecrance in 2004. Riehle earned his B.A. from Northern Illinois University and his M.S.W. from Aurora University.


Photo of Neeva SandhuNeeva Sandhu, LCPC, CRADC

Clinical Coordinator

Neeva Sandhu is the outpatient coordinator for Rosecrance Northbrook, Des Plaines, La Grange, and Frankfort. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and her master’s degree in Clinical-Counseling Psychology from Illinois State University. Neeva has over 10 years of experience in addiction and mental health treatment. She is passionate about working in behavioral health and effecting positive change as both a clinician and a leader.


Sheila Senn, PsyD, LCPC

Rosecrance Inc. Regional Director

Senn has more than 25 years of experience and progressive leadership. She served in various leadership positions with Centegra Health Systems for decades. Most recently, she held the position of Chief Clinical and Administrative Officer of Community First Medical Center. Senn has worked as a Mental Health Counselor, Crisis Worker, Intake and private practice. She holds a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology and is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor.


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Craig Stallings, MS, ED, LCPC, NCC, CADC

Regional Vice President of Operations

Craig A. Stallings, M.S. Ed, LCPC, CADC, is the Senior Director of Operations for Rosecrance Inc. Craig received his bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Southern Illinois University and a master’s degree in Education with an emphasis in counseling from Northern Illinois University. With more than 25 years of experience in the Substance Abuse field, he is both a licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Additionally, Craig has extensive experience working with first responders and young adults as well as individuals and families seeking treatment for opioid use disorders and medication assisted treatment. Craig joined Rosecrance in 1997.


Greg Tierney, PhD

Administrator of the Rosecrance Harrison Campus

Dr. Greg Tierney is the Administrator of Rosecrance Harrison Campus.  As a licensed clinical psychologist, he came to Rosecrance with over 20 years of experience in direct service and clinical leadership.  Prior experience in both direct service and leadership have included working with clients with substance use disorders and mental health disorders in residential, outpatient, in-home, and crisis treatment settings.  Greg’s approach to serving clients is strongly focused on building confidence, understanding, and skills to successfully approach stressors in a manner that respects and rebuilds personal values.  His approach to leadership is aimed at providing continual opportunity for professional growth and expertise to serve client welfare and support staff values for working in behavioral health.  Greg received a Bachelor of Science in psychology from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, a master’s degree in community counseling from Loyola University Chicago, and his doctorate in counseling/clinical psychology from the University of North Dakota.