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Coordinated Outpatient Mental Health Therapy for Young Adults and Teens in Greater Chicago

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Individual Therapy

Your child is one of a kind. That’s why their therapy treatment plan should be too. One of the most important ways you can help your teen or young adult through their mental health struggles is to make sure their treatment plan meets their unique needs.   

Parent Resources

Our job is to support your child inside and out of their therapy sessions. We will provide you with all the resources to set your child up for success. It is important that you are given the necessary tools to help you continue their progress at home.

Learn More

It is natural to have questions when trying to figure out if your child is having issues with their mental health. Our team of experts tried to come up with some of the most common questions parents might be thinking. Click below to learn more.

We Moved!

We officially opened up our new Lombard Clinic and can’t wait for you to see it! Our new address is 500 Waters Edge, Suite 100 Lombard, IL 60148. We are dedicated to providing quality mental health therapy for young adults and are so excited to serve the community in our new space.

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Our Mission

Be the leading expert and provider of teen and young adult mental health solutions in Chicago.

We focus on creating individualized and holistic mental health treatment plans to sustain health and success in school and life. Our goal is to embrace each family in our compassionate community by supporting and advocating for each individual’s respect and equal care.

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Conditions We Treat

At Dayrise Wellness, we have clinicians that specialize in treating a variety of conditions. We provide care for those struggling with mental health disorders from anxiety to depression and trauma. Our clinicians are here to help you on your journey to wellness and treat a wide range of conditions including, but not limited to:

  • ADHD
  • Anxiety/Coping Skills
  • Bi Polar
  • Depression
  • Family Therapy
  • Panic Disorder
  • Performance Anxiety
  • Social Phobia
  • Stress Management
  • Trauma

Our Approach

Your child’s circumstances, past events, personality, and current situation are unlike anyone else’s. They might not respond to the same kind of teen treatment others do.

That’s why Dayrise Wellness is the best choice for young adult and teen therapy in Chicago and the surrounding region. Your child’s mental health treatment plan is customized to meet his or her mental, physical, emotional, and nutritional needs.

We focus on what’s possible. That means, with the help of our qualified team of mental health professionals in our young adult and teen therapy center, your child can thrive in school, at home, in social circles, at work, and in life.

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Contact Dayrise Wellness

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For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital

500 Waters Edge, Suite 100 Lombard, IL 60148

Frequently Asked Questions

What is mental health?
Mental health is a concept concerned with the social, emotional, and psychological well-being of an individual. It is a broad term used to describe how people cope with their everyday lives. Mental health is important because it determines how we think, feel, and behave. It also affects our ability to interact with others and our overall quality of life.
How can I get started at Dayrise Wellness?
To get started at Dayrise Wellness, you can click the “Make an Appointment” Button at the top of the page, call us at (331) 425-8625 or email us at care@dayrisewellness.com. There you can schedule your initial 15-minute call with our Care Coordinator.
When should I worry about my child’s mental health?
You know your child better than anyone else. While the teen and young adults years come with many ups and downs as your child develops, it’s critical you pay attention. If your child starts acting unusual, has trouble eating or sleeping, or begins struggling in school and social situations, it may be time to find teen mental health counseling.

Some warning signs of mental health issues include:

  • Persistent sadness
  • Social interaction withdrawal
  • Talk of death or suicide
  • Extreme irritability
  • Eating habit changes
  • Weight loss
  • Academic performance changes
  • Avoiding, skipping, or missing school
  • Frequent headaches or stomachaches
Where do I get help for teen depression, teen anxiety, or other young adult and teen mental health issues?
When looking for therapy for the younger generations, a good place to start is with your child’s doctor or pediatrician.

And, of course, we’re here to help too. We offer free young adult and teen mental health consultations here at Dayrise Wellness. One of our care coordinators can provide guidance and referrals for you and your child and walk you through the steps to get mental health assistance.

If your child has behavioral problems, you must consult a specialist in young adult and teen mental health like our team of experts. If you decide to wait to seek help, it’s essential to keep an eye on your child’s behavior and have a plan in place if it escalates or doesn’t resolve. Ignoring problem behaviors is definitely something you don’t want to do.

How do I know if my child needs help?
How long you choose to monitor your child’s concerning feelings and behaviors is ultimately up to you. But if you think your young adult or teen is struggling with his or her mental health or is at risk of hurting themselves or others, you must get help immediately! Your child’s life could depend on it.

Some signs your child needs help with their mental health include:

  • Signs of depression (trouble getting out of bed, avoiding school, not talking, sadness, etc.)
  • Frequent sadness, hopelessness, worry, fear, anxiety, or anger
  • Difficulty concentrating or making decisions
  • Restlessness or the inability to settle down and focus
  • Discussing death or expressing suicidal thoughts
  • Running away
  • Participating in illegal or extremely dangerous activities
  • Failing grades
  • Sexual promiscuity
  • Self-harm or cutting
Can I send my child with mental health issues to school?
How much your child’s mental health issues affect their school behavior depends on their particular situation. At Dayrise Wellness, we partner with you to advocate for your child at their school. We help you have the necessary conversations with school counselors, social workers, and other school-based mental health staff.

We prioritize knowing what resources are available in your child’s school and are more than happy to share that information with you. We want to make sure your child gets the help they need so they can stay in school.

How long will my child need therapy?
That depends on your child’s mental health issues and the level of treatment needed. Mental health treatment can last anywhere from one session to several months or even years. The average length of therapy for young adults and teens is between 12 and 16 weekly sessions.
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