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Joanne Johnson is an independent contractor who provides services to agencies, groups and individuals seeking consultation. Specialties include Stress Management, Relocation Stress, Life Coaching, Aromatherapy, and Relaxation Training. Joanne is available to conduct groups, workshops, and provide coaching.

Joanne Johnson has over 20 years of experience in the mental health field. She has a Master's in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University. Joanne was a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor from 2001 -2009.  She became a National Certified Counselor in 2008 until present. She has created numerous therapeutic tools and resources.

Joanne provides consultation and coaching to select people and groups.

Joanne Johnson is a Stress Management Specialist with certification from Roosevelt University's renown Stress Institute. At Roosevelt Joanne studied Relaxation Training and Behavioral Medicine as part of certification.

Please contact her for more information and/or to schedule an appointment.


  1. I know Joanne to be a compassionate counselor who listens and is not judgemental. I have benefited from her relaxation techniques to reduce stress. She is gifted and awesome

    1. Thank you Jeanine. I appreciate your encouraging feedback. You are also awesome. :)

  2. Lots of people, including professional counselors have something to say but very few listen. Joanne is not only gifted with a willingness to hear your problem but is also talented in asking the right questions to help you confront your situation. Upon the initial consultation you will feel her warmth and compassion. With wisdom,understanding, and biblical principles she guides you through the journey of recognizing the steps you can make in order to see progress ultimately leading to change.

    1. Thank you so much Karen. I am truly blessed by your kind words. May God continue to bless you in all that you do.


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I'm a Life Coach and Consultant.

My true superpower is creativity, with a side of empathy.

I have a Bachelor's Degree in psychology and social services (double major).

I have a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology.

I have Master's level certification in Stress Management.

I became a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Illinois in 2001 (until 2009), and a Nationally Certified Counselor in 2008 (present).

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