Your child is guaranteed to match with a counselor within 5-7 days of being referred to Daybreak.
We match your child to one of our 50+ therapists based on needs, clinical style, and personality.
90% of parents report improvements in their child’s behavior and 3 in 4 youth see full symptom reduction.
You have helped [my son] so much and we are so grateful. He looks forward to talking with you and we have never experienced that with another therapist.
Our therapist is insightful, thoughtful and knowleadgable about our situation. She checks in with me to keep me informed of how she is progressing with my teenager whilst still respecting her privacy. She also supports me through this process.
Really helped my teen through a time of a lot of transitions. I appreciated the communication with me as a parent, but also the space for my teen to have confidential conversations with someone who wasn't her parent!
We have noticed a more positive disposition and attitude that seems to be growing steadily with each session with Daybreak. He increasingly communicates with us more about what he needs from us in terms of communication and support.
Our teen is no longer depressed. He has developed resilience and coping skills. As parents, we are not stressed out worrying about how to help him.
Daybreak makes the process so convenient. We tried to reach out to individual counselors before we heard of Daybreak, but it was time-consuming, and we were unsuccessful in finding anyone.
Book a 15-minute intro call with one of our Care Coordinators who specialize in supporting parents. We'll talk through what you need and help match you to the right program.
With over 50 youth-specialized clinicians on staff, we make a perfect match based on need, clinical style and even personality type! 90% of youth say we get the match right.
We involve you as the parent at every step of the journey, from the first intro call, to monthly check-ins with your child’s therapist, and a parent dashboard to track progress.
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