A Pathways Counselor

Lynne M. Jesewitz

Lynne M. Jesewitz


Client Focus

  • Adolescent
  • Individual
  • Adolescents 13 -19
  • Adults 20 – 65

Areas of Special Focus

  • Abuse
  • Adjustment Issues
  • Anxiety (Adult)
  • Anxiety (Child)
  • Blended Families
  • Career & Work Issues
  • Codependence
  • Communication & Conflict Resolution
  • Coping Skills
  • Depression (Adult)
  • Depression (Child)
  • Divorce Recovery
  • Grief and Loss
  • Interpersonal Relationship Conflicts
  • Intimacy
  • Low Self-esteem and Self-Worth (Adult)
  • Low Self-esteem and Self-Worth (Child)
  • Marital Distress
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Parenting
  • Parent/Child Conflicts & Sibling Rivalry
  • Phobias (Adult)
  • Phobias (Child)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Self-Injurious Behaviors
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Single Parenting
  • Spiritual Relationship & Growth
  • Spiritual Struggles
  • Stress Management
  • Women’s Issues
  • Work – Life Balance


Lynne is a Licensed Psychologist specializing in providing psychotherapy for adults and adolescents.  She has practiced at Pathways since 1997.  Lynne previously worked as a program director and parent educator where she counseled families, trained teachers, and facilitated workshops on a variety of topics.  Lynne has worked extensively with individuals in a counseling setting, providing support and practical feedback.  


Lynne promotes hope, health and well-being through her practical, interactive style of psychotherapy.  She designs each individual’s therapy plan according to their specific issues, symptoms, and patterns.  With compassion and sensitivity, she helps clients achieve their therapy goals through the use of insight-oriented, psychodynamic, and cognitive behavioral approaches.  Lynne values the therapeutic relationship she has with her clients and is deeply committed to supporting them in their growth process.

Licensures & Certifications

  • Minnesota Licensed Psychologist

Education & Additional Training

  • Master of Arts Degree, Counseling Psychology, Saint Mary’s University
  • Bachelor of Arts Degree, Psychology, University of Minnesota

Selected Links

Selected Books

  • Love & Respect: The Love She Most Desires, The Respect He Desperately Needs, by Emerson Eggerichs
  • The Five Love Languages, by Gary Chapman
  • Hedges: Loving Your Marriage Enough to Protect It, by Jerry B. Jenkins
  • His Needs Her Needs, by William F. Harley, Jr.
  • Torn Asunder: Recovering from the Extramarital Affair, by Dave Carder
Parenting, Child, & Teen
  • Boundaries with Kids, by Henry Cloud & John Townsend
  • Boundaries with Teens, by Henry Cloud & John Townsend
  • Bringing Up Boys, by Dr. James Dobson
  • Driven to Distraction:  Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood Through Adulthood
  • Lies Young Women Believe, by Nancy Leigh DeMoss & Dannah Gresh
  • Talking Back to OCD, by John S. March
  • The New Hide or Seek:  Building self Esteem in Your Child, by Dr. James Dobson
  • Why Do They Act that Way?, by Davis Walsh, PhD
Mens & Womens Issues
  • Boundaries, by Henry Cloud & John Townsend
  • Healing for the Father Wound, by H. Norman Wright
  • I Hate You, Don’t Leave Me:  Understanding the Borderline Personality, by Jerold J. Kreisman & Hal Straus
  • Lies Women Believe, by Nancy Leigh DeMoss
  • Safe People, by Henry Cloud & John Townsend
  • Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder, by Paul T. Mason & Randi Kreger
  • Tired of Trying to Measure Up, by Jeff VanVonderan
  • The Anxiety & Phobia Workbook, by Edmund J. Bourne
  • The Search for Significance, by Robert S. McGee
  • The Wounded Heart:  Hope for Adult Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse, by Dan Allender
  • The Wounded Heart Workbook, by Dan Allender
  • What to Do Until Love Finds You, by Michelle McKinney Hammond
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