Behavioral Health Center
MA Clinical Psychology;
PsyD Business Psychology
Jon Oelke earned his Doctorate Degree in Business Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Also, Jon has performed and coached improvisation for over 15 years. In August of 2012, Jon founded a consulting practice, The Improvising Professional, which applies his professional experience, formal education, business best-practices, and deep theoretical understanding of improvisation to group dynamics in the workplace. Whether engaging a single individual, a functional work team, or an executive board; Jon develops engagements centered on improvisation and value-based change, which can be implemented to manage group dynamics and understand conflict management strategies.
Since 2015, Jon has been educating students in the fields of Psychology, college readiness, and career readiness in the undergraduate college at National Louis University, in community college at College of Lake County, and at the graduate level at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Jon has been engaged in curriculum development and faculty management. He has applied his expertise in group dynamics to guide the development of healthy culture change among students, faculty, and staff.