1000s of Licensed Online Psychiatrists & Therapists Nationwide

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  • Dr. Kathleen Slijepcevic
  • Dr. Lacy Allen Watkins

Get matched with a licensed online psychiatrist who takes insurance and can prescribe medications and provide therapy for mental health conditions including ADHD, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and substance use. Choose an online psychiatrist or therapist who meets your exact needs ranging from gender & experience to age and religious views. Our providers offer online prescriptions and evidence-based therapies, including CBT. Our providers take all major insurance providers, including commercial insurance and Medicaid.

e-Psychiatry Advantages

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1000s of e-Psychiatry clinicians available in all 50 states.

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No Travel Costs

See the doctor from the comfort of your home.

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Quicker Appointments

Get connected with a provider same week.

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No public waiting rooms. All your informations is HIPAA secure.

Online Psychiatrist Prescription Service

Recently received a mental health diagnosis and looking for a prescription? Recently moved to a new state and looking for a prescriber to continue prescribing a medication? Are the wait times for your local in-person psychiatrists too long? e-Psychiatry is the perfect solution. e-Psychiatry matches patients with online psychiatrists licensed in their state who can prescribe psychiatric medications via telemedicine. Our online psychiatrists prescribe medications for all mental health and substance use conditions, ranging from depression to bipolar disorder, to alcohol use disorder. Best of all, our online psychiatrists take insurance including Medicaid.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Does e-Psychiatry Accept my Insurance?

    e-Psychiatry is available to all self-pay patients. e-Psychiatry’s providers also accept most insurance plans. To search some of the insurers our providers accept please click below.

  • Is teletherapy/telepsychiatry as effective as an in-office visits?

    Telepsychiatry is equivalent to in-person care in diagnostic accuracy, treatment effectiveness, quality of care and patient satisfaction. Patient privacy and confidentiality are equivalent to in-person care. There are even people for which telemedicine may be preferable to in-person care, for example people with autism or severe anxiety disorders and patients with physical limitations may find the remote treatment particularly useful.

  • What is the difference between a therapist and a psychiatrist?

    Therapists are trained professionals who help individuals work through their thoughts with different types of therapies like CBT. Therapists do not prescribe medications, rather, they offer support. A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who has been extensively trained. While psychiatrists typically don't provide therapy, they are able to prescribe medication, as well as diagnose medical illnesses like anxiety and depression.

  • How much does it cost?

    Fees vary depending on the provider. Please sign-up to compare the rates of our different providers.Paying for sessions with a HSA, FSA or HRA card may save many consumers about 20%-30%, since these funds are not typically taxed at year end. At the end of your session e-Psychiatry will provide you with a bill which you can send to your health insurer.

  • How does e-Psychiatry work?

    e-Psychiatry is a secure online platform which provides individuals with access to therapy, and psychiatry services in all 50 states from the comfort of their home. Sign-up takes 2 minutes! Once you've signed up you will be matched with a provider based on your preferences. Once you've been matched you will finalize a time for a first appointment and connect either over messaging, phone, or videoconference.

Unsure if You Need Mental Health Treatment?

Take one of our free mental health tests. Only takes 3 minutes to complete, and is completely confidential. We have mental health screens for anxiety, ADHD, bipolar disorder, depression, substance use, PTSD, OCD, Eating Disorders, and Panic Disorder.

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Telehealth Medicaid Psychiatrist Service

In an era marked by technological advancements and a growing recognition of the importance of mental health, we're proud to offer telemedicine, telepsychiatry, and teletherapy programs to patients with Medicaid coverage. This initiative aims to break down barriers and ensure that individuals with Medicaid coverage have equal access to top-tier psychiatric care through the convenience of videoconferencing telecommunication.

Program Highlights:

  • Equitable Mental Healthcare: We believe that quality mental health support is a fundamental right, not a privilege. Our Telepsychiatry Access program ensures that individuals covered by Medicaid can access the same level of care as anyone else, irrespective of their financial circumstances.
  • Cost-Effective Solution: Recognizing the financial challenges that many Medicaid recipients face, our program is designed to minimize the financial burden. We're committed to providing high-quality care without compromising affordability.