Who We Help
We focus our mission on helping teens and young adults who deal with mental health challenges
Customized Mental Health Solutions and Support
20% of adolescents and college-aged kids reported at least one major depressive episode
That’s almost 100,000 more than the year before. And if your teen is one of the millions affected, you likely feel overwhelmed with questions and worry.
You’re not alone.
Not only do we help children like yours suffering from young adult and teen anxiety and depression overcome their mental health struggles, but we’re here for you too. We’ll answer your questions whether your child is in middle school, high school, or college. We’ll also give you the resources and tools you need to help your child to overcome their mental health challenges and help you advocate for them so they can stay in school and thrive.
How Do You Know If Your Teenager is Depressed or Just Acting like a “Typical” Teen?
The symptoms of teen depression can be challenging to spot. Especially when hormones are playing havoc on your teen’s moods and energy levels. While teen depression and teen anxiety can manifest differently for every child, there are some tell-tale signs that your son or daughter is struggling with their mental health:
- Trouble sleeping
- Changes in academic performance
- Missing school
- Extreme irritability or quietness
- Talking about death or suicide
- Weight loss
- Frequent headaches and stomachaches
- Feelings of hopelessness and extreme sadness
- Running away
Why Emerging Adults and Their Loved Ones Trust Our Adolescent Mental Health Services In Chicago
Most therapists and mental health providers prescribe the same treatment plan no matter how old the patient is, their particular situation, or their past experiences with therapy.
But that’s not us.
Here at Dayrise Wellness, we focus on your child in their entirety – their unique mental, physical, nutritional, and emotional complexities. As a parent to a teen with mental health concerns, you need support, guidance, and the tools to combat teen depression and anxiety alongside your child.
And that’s what you’ll get with us.
Ask a question or book an appointment below. For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital