The FFCC Family  

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Candace Clark, LCSW
Mental Health Clinician 

Candace has been in the field of mental health for over five years. She obtained my Masters in Clinical Social work from Loyola University in 2013. Candace is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Illinois. She specializes in treating those struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma related issues, and couples counseling. Candace practices from a strengths based perspective. She believes that everyone has an innate ability to move past life’s issues. With Candace you will work on strategies that will allow you to address the root causes of your difficulties and build meaningful social connections.

Marques Cosby, MSW, LSW
Mental Health Clinician 

Marques is a Licensed Social Worker with 14 years of experience. Marques has a strong commitment to serving disadvantaged youth and adults, including homeless, emancipated youth and special needs populations. Throughout Marques’ experience, he has overcome challenges or limited resources to help design high quality, cost-effective and comprehensive programs that improve lives. Marques received his Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Sociology from Morehouse College in 2007 and Master of Social Work degree with specialization in Forensic Social Work from Aurora University in 2020. 

 

“I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do.”- Edward Everett Hale

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Alicia Hall, MA, LPC 
Mental Health Clinician 

Alicia received her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health from Northeastern Illinois University in 2018. Alicia has worked as a Clinical Counselor for Employee Assistance companies providing assessment, crisis intervention and short-term therapy. Alicia has experience inclusive of working with anxiety, depression, trauma, and work-life concerns. 

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Shamelah Jones, MA
Mental Health Clinician 

I believe that therapy is a collaborative space for individuals to gain insight and learn coping skills that allows them to navigate through life obstacles. My goal is to provide a non- judgmental, safe and supportive environment, which would allow individuals to become empowered. I’d love to be the person to assist you with your journey of healing. 

 

My theoretical orientation is eclectic as believe in  using multiple orientations and techniques to assist the individual client’s needs. 

 

Here’s a fun fact: The tongue is the strongest muscle in the human body. 

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Felicia Muhammad, LPC
Mental Health Clinician 

Felicia graduated from DePaul University in Chicago and has been a licensed professional counselor for more than 7 years. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, and humanistic therapies are some of the approaches used in her sessions. It is her belief that healing starts from within and she occasionally integrates meditation, breathing techniques and principles of yoga into her sessions. Felicia enjoys guiding the therapeutic journey of individuals, couples, and families of all ages to better health and focuses her practice in anxiety, depression, anger, grief, trauma, stress, conflict, and postpartum issues. Her desire is to help you to become your best, authentic and positive self. Felicia is confident that the struggle you're in today will transform into the strength that you'll need for tomorrow. 

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Cydne Peterson, MA, NCE
Mental Health Clinician

Cydne received her first graduate degree from National Louis University in 2011 and returned to Governors State University in 2019 to pursue a clinical degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Cydne has worked in social services for over fifteen years, working with underserved and underprivileged youth and families. She has worked as a specialized play technician, Mental Health Professional and placement stabilization worker. Using a strengths-based perspective, Cydne seeks to support clients as they work through life difficulties, addressing trauma and building social supports for a healthy future.  

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Marquis Hill, BA
Office Assistant 

Marquis received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from The University of Illinois in 2019. Marquis has experience working in administrative and educational settings with individuals, children and families. Marquis is interested in helping those who are seeking to heal and evolve throughout various aspects of their lives. Marquis believes that personal growth results from interpersonal relationships, self-reflection, and the evaluation of individual and family dynamics.