Stress is a common mental health challenge teens face.

Stress Management Program for Students

Joon Care is excited to announce our new Stress Management Program for teens and young adults. Our goal is to help students recognize and manage stress more effectively. The first series is limited to 12 students so make sure you sign up here.

Over the course of 4 weeks, you and fellow students will participate in weekly, 45-minute video sessions with two members of Joon's clinical leadership team, licensed psychologists Amy Mezulis, PhD and Jessa Carlile, PhD. Groups will be a maximum of 12 students to ensure opportunities to apply skills personally.

In this course, you will learn:

  • to recognize stress - see how it shows up in your body, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
  • daily stress management - lower your daily stress level and make yourself more resilient to stressful events
  • personal coping skills - strengthen your personal toolkit of stress management skills

Summer is the perfect time to learn stress coping skills and bolster your confidence for new challenges that lie ahead. This is a great introduction to therapy for individuals who have never done therapy, aren’t sure if therapy is necessary or useful, or are hesitant about working 1:1 with a therapist. By conducting this course in a group setting, you will be able to learn alongside other students who face similar challenges.

Our team is here to help you learn lifelong stress management skills that will serve you well in high school, college, and beyond!

Who is leading this program? Joon's Co-Founder, Amy Mezulis, PhD, who is an expert on teen mental health. Joining her will be Jessa Carlile, PhD, Joon's Director of Clinical Care, who specializes in teen and young adult psychology and evidence-based treatments. More in their bios below!

Is this program right for me (or my student)? If you feel overwhelmed, get anxiety when you need to multitask, or just want a better understanding of your stress and how to manage it, this program is perfect for you. This program was created for high school and college students.

Dates: Sessions will be held weekly on Mondays from 4:00-4:45pm Pacific Time.

  • September 13, 2021
  • September 20, 2021
  • September 27, 2021
  • October 4, 2021

Pricing: This course will cost $24/session for a total of $96.

Registration: Visit our Eventbrite link below to sign up.

Questions? Email us at, we are here to help!

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July 12, 2021
Amy Mezulis, PhD | Co-Founder & Chief Clinical Officer

Amy Mezulis, PhD | Co-Founder & Chief Clinical Officer

Amy Mezulis, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who received her BA from Harvard University and her MA and PhD in Clinical Psychology from University of Wisconsin – Madison. Dr. Mezulis provides services to older children, adolescents and adults utilizing an evidence-based, cognitive-behavioral approach that includes mindfulness and acceptance-based treatments. Dr. Mezulis has specialized training in mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, suicidality and self-injury, trauma, substance use, and adolescent development. She is Professor Emeritus at Seattle Pacific University, where she previously chaired the Clinical Psychology PhD program and continues to supervise doctoral trainees.

Jessa Carlile, PhD | Joon Therapist

Jessa Carlile, PhD | Joon Therapist

Jessica Carlile, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist at Joon, specializing in trauma, health and rehabilitation psychology, and telepsychology. She provides evidence-based therapy to adolescents and adults, approaching clinical work primarily from a cognitive behavioral and systems-based orientation. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Carlile enjoys public service in nonprofits and is passionate about working with LGBTQIA+ populations--developing and implementing interventions that foster cultural humility and advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.

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