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Whether it’s simply needing support through a difficult divorce, dealing with painful grief, or getting help managing depression or anxiety, therapy can help you lead a healthier, more fulfilled life. Dr. Jo Wolthusen provides supportive therapy and counseling at her conveniently located Rolling Meadows office. View Map
About DR. JO WOLTHUSEN
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Jo Wolthusen is a Rolling Meadows based licensed clinical psychologist with over 25 years of clinical experience. Dr. Wolthusen believes that therapy is a collaborative endeavor that takes place within a supportive, empathic environment. Through the process of the client achieving insight and increased self-awareness, the ultimate goal of therapy is self-empowerment.
Whether it’s simply needing support through a difficult divorce, dealing with painful grief, or getting help managing depression or anxiety, therapy can help you lead a healthier, more fulfilled life.
“As a therapist, the best compliments I have received have been when clients have told me that I am down-to-earth and very easy to talk with.”
Treatment Areas of Expertise
Women may experience certain biological, environmental, and psychosocial challenges related to gender, and these concerns can have a significant impact on mental health and well-being. These issues, and many others, are often able to be addressed in therapy.
Adolescent Anxiety Clinic
What People Are Saying
“I have known Dr. Jo Wolthusen for several years. Her patience, courtesy, intelligence, and winning manner are only part of what makes her the sensitive, caring, matter-of-fact professional therapist she is. Dr. Jo is a good communicator and has a marvelous sense of humor. She feels empathy and compassion for her patients and is outstanding when it comes to helping individuals and families cope with loss, depression, anxiety and every day stress. Dr. Jo is an wonderful and exceptional human being, and I feel privileged to know her. Thank you for helping our family through so many issues. You will never know how much you are appreciated.”
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Latest Articles by Dr. Jo Wolthusen
When you get the Seasonal Blues
Autumn, with its colorful landscape, along with crisper weather and pumpkin lattes, is fully underway. While Fall marks the transition to an often long winter ahead, it can also be the onset of the seasonal blues, or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), for many people....
Creating Healthy Habits
It’s that time of year to embark on a quest for the perfect New Year’s resolution. It can often be a tedious uphill battle to find the perfect one. How about instead, we discard all of the hype and pressure, and simply set our sites on establishing some healthier...
Battling Quarantine Fatigue
Life as we know it has been completely turned upside down by the pandemic. We are all craving a sense of normalcy after months of feeling cooped up at home, wearing masks, social distancing, endlessly disinfecting surfaces, and working and learning remotely....
Making A Game Plan
Symptoms related to depression and anxiety are two of the most frequent reasons people seek therapy. While there are a myriad of triggers that can create a depressed or anxious state, anecdotally I have noticed that when clients feel backed into a corner and perceive...
Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude
“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life, It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion to clarity… Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow” ~ Melody...
Freedom Through Forgiveness
“Holding on to anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die” (Anonymous) Enduring some degree of pain and adversity is part of the human experience. We have all experienced disappointment over dashed expectations or grieved some sort of loss. As...
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3601 Algonquin Rd
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