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online psychiatry evaluation and medication

Licensed psychiatry providers

Evidence-backed medicine

Personalized treatment plan

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what to expect

a seamless experience with an online psychiatry provider

Guidance

Online psychiatric evaluation

Consult via video chat with an online psychiatry provider, who will evaluate you and assess whether medication is appropriate

Support

Private, ongoing follow-ups and medication management

A few weeks after your first appointment, you’ll have your first follow-up to evaluate whether your treatment plan is working—all on your smartphone

Convenience

Discreet shipping to your door

If prescribed, your medication will be shipped to your door in low-key packaging

about our philosophy

our approach to mental health care is holistic

what you could be prescribed

evidence-backed medication that psychiatrists trust

Whether you’re experiencing anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues, the online psychiatry provider you’re paired with will evaluate you and, if appropriate, prescribe you one of the psychiatric medications available through our platform. Treatment for mental health issues often includes individual talk therapy, and the provider may recommend you try both approaches in tandem.

how the online process works

Step 01

answer some non-scary questions

Describe your medical history and current symptoms

Step 02

book your video call

No need to hunt for a psychiatrist or take an inconvenient appointment time—if you’re a candidate for treatment, find a slot that works for you, on your schedule

Step 03

connect with a psychiatry provider

You’ll be matched with a psychiatrist or other qualified psychiatry provider, who will evaluate you via video and determine your treatment plan

Step 04

check in and track progress

If medication is prescribed, your provider will have your back—you’ll work with them to monitor improvement, answer questions, and make sure treatment is effective

what it costs

your mental health is worth it

Medication & check-ins
$85/mo
If prescribed, this includes the cost of your monthly medication, free shipping directly to your door, and ongoing provider check-ins.
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who this is for

we can help you figure out if mental health services could be right for you

Feeling burned out
Ever feel like there’s just too much to do, and it’s getting harder to bring yourself to get it all done? If you’re feeling overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet the demands of your job, relationship or home life, talking to a psychiatrist or other qualified psychiatry provider could be a helpful step to take.
Feeling stressed
It might be that you started feeling tightness in your chest, or it might be that you can never quite relax. If you’re experiencing tension, racing thoughts, irritability or restlessness, you may be feeling the weight of stress—and a psychiatrist or other qualified psychiatry provider may be able to help
Feeling unfocused or unmotivated
Have you been feeling like your old hobbies aren’t doing it for you anymore? Have you been finding it hard to stay determined for longer stretches of time? If you’re having trouble staying on task, feeling present or finding the same joy in things you used to love, a psychiatry provider could help you figure out if medication is appropriate
Having trouble sleeping
Maybe you can’t stop having nighttime thought spirals or agonizing over your to-do list. Maybe you can only sleep for a couple hours at a time. If you’re consistently struggling to fall asleep or stay asleep, connecting with a psychiatry provider could help you figure out if anxiety or depression are at the root of it and help you identify options.
Feeling depressed
Though it can feel scary to acknowledge, symptoms of depression are more common than people realize. If you’re experiencing some feelings of sadness and noticing a loss of interest in daily activities, talking to a psychiatrist or other qualified psychiatry provider could be a helpful step to take
Feeling anxious
Though it can feel scary to acknowledge, symptoms of anxiety are more common than people realize. If you’re experiencing looming worry and fear about everyday situations, having panic attacks, or suspect you have OCD symptoms, a psychiatrist or other qualified psychiatry provider may be able to help

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