Joon Care and Blue Fever work together to provide teens with high quality mental health care resources and therapy.Joon Care and Blue Fever work together to provide teens with high quality mental health care resources and therapy.


Joon Care is committed to providing the highest quality therapy, specifically designed for teens and young adults ages 13-24. We are proud to partner with Blue Fever and share mental health and therapy resources. Check them out below!

Explore our mental health resources:

Our team of therapists has experience helping adolescents, teenagers, and young adults with:

- Anxiety

- Depression

- Self-injury

- Behavioral health

- Family & relationship problems

- Trauma/loss

- Academic problems

- Stress management

- LGBTQIA concerns

- Self-esteem

- And more…

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We do not currently provide the following services: psychiatric care/medication management; intensive outpatient or day treatment programs; executive function coaching; addiction services; group therapy.

How is Joon Care Different?

Purpose-Built for Teens and Young Adults

The developmental changes we face between the ages of 13-24 are unique and require special care.

Available From the Comfort of Home

Receiving care at home is convenient, improves your comfort level, and gives you access to a wider range of experts.

Industry Leading Effectiveness

Our effectiveness rates continue to outpace industry standards for in-person mental health care.

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Sign up below for a free 15 minute consultation where we will go over your therapy goals and find the perfect therapist suited to your needs.

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Need help starting the conversation?

Speaking with your parents about therapy can be difficult. However, here are a few tips to help you prepare and have a productive conversation.

When you are ready, you can schedule a free consultation with our team and we will help find the right therapist for you.

3 Steps to Talking to Your Parents
Having a conversation with your parent about mental health and starting therapy.