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Dr. Jacob Santhouse

When life leaves you feeling struggling with low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, and feeling like you are simply not enough – even just existing can feel like an impossible task. My goal is to give you a space to be accepted as you are and walk with you through the struggle and into a place of confidently knowing you are enough. 

My counseling style is relational and relaxed. I aim to create a safe space where you can be vulnerable without fearing judgment. For this approach, I use a blend of Narrative and Person-Centered theories. These two theories form a strategy to honor, respect, and empower you. Though it is focused on the positive, this approach also believes that joy and suffering are essential parts of life.



  • EdD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Governors State University

  • MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Moody Theological Seminary

  • Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in Idaho and Illinois

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Colorado,

  • Registered Telehealth provider in Florida 

In addition to my degrees and licensure, I have also completed various specialized trainings. I completed the Emotionally Focused Therapy externship at the Chicago Center for EFT. I have also completed extensive training on working with trauma from the Green Cross Academy of Traumatology. He has also been trained in Level 1 EMDR.


Available for clients in: IL, ID, CO, and FL

License Numbers:

ID: LCPC #7778

IL: LCPC #180.013074

CO: LPC.0017827

FL: TLHT – 1857

Dr. LaToya Flowers-Roe

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Couple and family relationships can be hard work – the source of great joy and great pain. I specialize in couple and family counseling. I primarily work with clients regarding issues such as communication, infidelity, parenting, child and adolescent behavior, depression, anxiety, and daily life stress.


I see clients individually, as couples, and/or as families.

My focus is on strengthening couple and familial bonds, repairing relationship wounds, and breaking destructive generational patterns of interaction. I do so by using a positive, brief therapeutic approach to provide long-lasting change as soon as possible. I strive to create a safe, nurturing environment for my clients by expressing genuine warmth, care, and concern. I wholeheartedly believe my clients can and will accomplish their therapeutic goals.

Currently, I split my time between working in private practice and working as an assistant clinical professor at Seattle University. As a result, my availability for sessions during the academic year tends to be limited to Wednesday evenings and on Sundays. However,  I am available to clients for consultation throughout the week.


  • BS in Psychology from the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign

  • MA in Counseling with a specialization in marriage and families

  • EdD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Governors State University in University Park, IL

I teach graduate-level counseling courses and clinical training in the Seattle University counseling program. I also actively engage in research and author various publications regarding wellness. I frequently present at professional mental health conferences.


I also received the 2022-23 North Central Association of Counselor Education & Supervision Outstanding Diversity Award. 

Available for clients in: Illinois only

License Numbers:

IL: LPC #178.013804

Olive Counseling LLC:

Olive Counseling LLC is a small online-only counseling practice that offers counseling in Idaho and Illinois. Our goal is to make counseling accessible. For all our services, we use a secure online platform called SimplePractice. This platform is used to schedule, conduct video sessions, and send/receive secure documents and messages. The messaging platform also gives you the ability to reach out at any time. We may not respond instantly, but we do our best to respond promptly.

Whether you cannot leave your house, can’t find a counselor in your area, or are unable/uncomfortable going to a physical office – online counseling can make it possible for counseling to fit into your life. Counseling gives you a safe place to explore uncomfortable parts of yourself, and when done online, you can do that from the comfort and safety of your own space. 

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