Our Counseling Office has moved!
The new address is: 1548 Bond Street, Suite 114, Naperville, IL 60563
When the stress of everyday life becomes overwhelming, where will you and your family go for help?
360 Youth Services believes that children, families and young adults already have most of the tools they need to lead successful and fulfilling lives. Trained counselors offer support and intervention, teach skills, empower individuals, and help families navigate life’s challenges.
Where Do I Begin?
The first phase of therapy typically consists of getting a thorough history from individuals and families in order to determine the best course of treatment. Counselors will gather information regarding the concerns that bring people to treatment and work together in setting goals that are helpful and meaningful to the client.
We Can Help With?
Depression, Anxiety, Bullying, ADHD, Family Conflict, Navigating Divorce, Self-Esteem, Peer Pressure, Anger, School and Test Anxiety, Grief and Loss, Life Transitions, Self Injury, Parenting Challenges, Supporting LGBTQ Youth, and Effects of Chronic Stress Due to a Traumatic Experience.
Our counseling services are open to all youth between the ages of 10 to 25 and their families. To make counseling accessible for everyone, we work with youth and their families to determine a manageable fee. Families may also use their health insurance for counseling services. The following companies are those that we are considered in-network with:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Cigna Healthcare/Behavioral Health
- BCBS HMO Advocate – Magellan
If you have any insurance company not listed here, please contact our office for additional assistance; we may be able to help.
Although we are not considered an in-network provider for these companies, we will still bill your insurance provider. Many plans have out-of-network benefits.
To schedule an appointment, or get more information about our Counseling Services, call (630)-717-9408, ext. 1180.
Counseling for School-age Children, Teens and Young Adults
Elementary-aged children, teens, and young adults through age 25 are our top priority at 360 Youth Services. We can help by making sure that they have the right tools and skills to be happy and healthy. Isn’t that what parents want for their children? Our counselors will focus on strengths, help identify goals, and work with each child or young adult to create a path toward increased self-esteem and satisfaction.
Family & Couples Therapy
360 Youth Services believes involving family members, whenever possible, is the most effective way to help youth and bring about stability for the whole family. Families are a powerful source of support for kids and teens, and our counselors are trained to help decrease frustration and conflict while increasing a sense of family connection. Couples counseling is offered to adults who have children because preserving parental relationships and decreasing conflict in separated parents has a profoundly positive impact on youth.
Positive Choices Positive Voices
Is an ongoing prevention and education support group at 360 Youth Services, for high school age teens who want to learn more about taking care of themselves, amidst the challenges life brings when someone you care about is having issues related to alcohol and/or substance use. You may not be able to control what is happening around you, but you can learn to use your choices and your voice to create a happier, healthy you and happier, healthy relationships. Come Join Us on Monday Nights, 7-8:30pm at 1305 Oswego Road in Naperville. No cost to you! Join us as often as you can, new members welcome anytime!
No need to call, just show up. If you need further info: Dawn Neylon at [email protected]
Young Adults 18-24
Sometimes life can be full of trials and transitions for persons ages 18-24 years old. Our professionally trained counselors are there to focus on individual strengths and skills in order to help young adults better address the challenges they face each day.
360 Youth Services provides emergency stabilization, follow-up counseling and supportive services for youth, ages 11-17 years old, who have runaway, are unable to go home, or who are at risk for involvement in the juvenile justice or child welfare systems. These specially-funded services available to residents in the southern part of DuPage County. Crisis intervention staff are on call 24-hours a day to local area police departments in Aurora, Clarendon Hills, Darien, Downers Grove, Lisle, Naperville, Westmont, Willowbrook, and Woodridge.
Our counselors and therapists are professionally trained utilizing best practices and the highest quality performance standards. Learn more about our clinical staff and their areas of expertise