Jon Weeldreyer

MA, CAADC, CCS-M, Limited Licensed Psychologist

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Kalamazoo Clinic
1530 Nichols Road,
Kalamazoo, MI 49006

Patient Ages

  • Adolescent
  • Adult
  • Older Adult

Jon is a limited license psychologist and certified advanced addiction counselor working at the Pine Rest Kalamazoo Clinic. Jon also serves as Manager of the Kalamazoo Clinic. Jon has provided outpatient services for Pine Rest since 2001.

Prior to coming to Pine Rest, Jon has provided psychological and counseling services since 1984 for Longford Care Unit, Gateway Services, and the Kalamazoo Probation Enhancement Program.

Jon earned his Bachelor in Psychology, Philosophy and Religion from Spring Arbor College, and his Master in Counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University in 1991.

Jon participates with Faith Community Outreach, an initiative within Pine Rest that seeks to connect area clergy, churches, and ministries to services available from Pine Rest; as well as develop new services specifically designed to benefit the faith community.

Jon Weeldreyer participates in the Diversity Collective.

Faith Statement

Living life alone is a very hard road to travel. When we have felt let down, abandoned or abused by others, isolating and trying to do it ourselves feels like the only safe option. For many, the hurts experienced in life leave them mistrustful of other people, let alone God.

In my teen years, I attempted to abandon my Christian upbringing because of resentments at others who confessed a Christian faith, but acted in very non-Christian ways. In seeking an alternative, God showed me that all of us have hypocrisy, but that there are many who work diligently at living out their faith. In this process, God led me back to faith in his Son.

Finding trustworthy others to accompany, support and encourage us is vital for anyone to become a healthy person. I’ve had the profound blessing of watching hundreds of people go through stages of change to gain, regain or increase their trust in a “Higher Power”. Many discover that “something more than human power is needed to provide the essential psychic change” they are looking for in therapy.

One of my favorite parts of being a psychologist and addictions counselor has been to meet patients where they are, and walk with them as they become willing to “grow along spiritual lines”, encouraging them to “claim spiritual progress, not spiritual perfection”. (Quotations are from the book “Alcoholics Anonymous”)



  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Anger Management
  • Couples/Marital Counseling
  • Depression
  • Gambling
  • Pornography/Sex Addiction
  • Substance Use/Substance- Related Disorders

Articles By Jon Weeldreyer

The Continuum of Care for Patients with Substance Use Disorder

The Continuum of Care for Patients with Substance Use Disorder

A brief history of treatment Treatment for mental health and substance use disorder (SUD) patients had very different beginnings. The medical community initiated most mental health treatment, while most SUD treatment was originated by recovering...

Addiction: What Families Need to Know

Addiction: What Families Need to Know

Substance use disorders have enormous impact on the family members and loved ones. It is easy for those outside the family to give what seems to be simple common sense advice. Often this comes in the form of “You don’t have to take that…...

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