Young Adult and Adult Psychiatry Service


Our Young Adult and Adult Psychiatry Service is dedicated to providing comprehensive and compassionate mental health care to young adults, typically ranging in age from 18 to 30 or more years old. We understand that the transitional phase from adolescence to adulthood can be filled with unique challenges and complexities, both emotionally and psychologically. Our team of skilled and empathetic mental health professionals is here to support young individuals as they navigate these crucial years, fostering resilience, well-being, and personal growth.

Key Features

1. Specialized Expertise: Our team specializes in the unique mental health needs of young adults. We have a deep understanding of the developmental changes and pressures that this age group faces, allowing us to provide targeted and effective care.

2. Comprehensive Assessment: We conduct thorough assessments to understand each individual’s unique circumstances, including personal, social, and environmental factors. This holistic approach helps us create personalized treatment plans tailored to the specific needs of each young adult.

3. Evidence-Based Treatment: Our treatments are rooted in the latest scientific research and evidence-based practices. We offer a range of therapeutic modalities mainly cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), medication management, family therapy, and more, to address a wide spectrum of mental health concerns.

4. Collaborative Care: We believe in a collaborative approach to treatment. We work closely with young adults, their families and their providers when appropriate, to develop and implement treatment plans that are in line with their goals and values. We prioritize open communication and active involvement from all parties.

5. Support for Diverse Needs: We recognize and respect the diversity of our patients, including their cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, gender identities, and individual experiences. Our clinicians are culturally competent and LGBTQ+-friendly, creating a safe and inclusive environment for all.

6. Life Skills and Resilience Building: In addition to addressing immediate mental health concerns, we also focus on helping young adults build essential life skills, cope with stress, and develop resilience to better manage future challenges.

7. Transitional Support: We assist with the transition from adolescence to adulthood, helping young adults gain independence and make informed decisions about their mental health and well-being.

8. Confidentiality and Privacy: We prioritize the confidentiality and privacy of our patients, ensuring a safe and non-judgmental space for them to express themselves and seek help.

9. Accessible Care: We strive to make mental health care accessible to all, offering flexible scheduling options and telehealth services.

We do accept Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO plans and fee for service patients.

We do provide sliding scale per request. We do provide expertise in treating Attention Deficit Disorder Conditions ( ADHD), Anxiety conditions, Depressive disorders, Bipolar conditions and many others. We do not accept patients that are having issues with addiction, drug or medication abuse.

At our Young Adult Psychiatry Service, we are committed to empowering young individuals to overcome obstacles, enhance their mental well-being, and thrive as they journey into adulthood. Our goal is to equip them with the tools and support they need to lead fulfilling and resilient lives. If you or a young adult you know is seeking expert mental health care, we are here to help every step of the way.

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233 E. Erie # 802
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 268-5085
Fax: 312-268-5085

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