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Helping Californians get the treatment they need is our top priority at Minded. Whether you’re dealing with depression, anxiety, or insomnia, we are here to help. Better mental health is accessible anytime and anywhere with Minded’s online psychiatrists.

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How it works.

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Chat about a treatment plan

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After completing our free online evaluation that determines whether Minded is right for you, you’ll video chat with a Minded psychiatrist or nurse practitioner to discuss possible medications.

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Get your monthly prescriptions

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Pick the pharmacy you want us to send your prescriptions to and we will regularly refill them. With Minded, it’s as simple as that.

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Talk to your psychiatrist at anytime

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Have a question? Want to change your treatment plan? Message us any time. We’re with you every step of the process.

California needs online psychiatry

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As 5,566,000, or 18.5% of adults living in California experience mental illness, the need for online psychiatry is substantial. Mental illnesses such as anxiety, depression, or insomnia often go untreated due to the lack of access to affordable mental healthcare. With Minded, you can receive the care you need affordably. Whether you’re in the Bay Area, Fresno, or Los Angeles, you can connect with Minded’s team of psychiatrists to get the proper care and medication you deserve. 


Still trying to decide if getting psychiatric care is right for you? Book an appointment to receive an online consultation with a psychiatric professional in California today.


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The medical team at Minded consists of psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners in California

At Minded, we are committed to helping you find the right medication. We care about your mental health and want to help you feel better. Our California-licensed psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners are dedicated to finding the medication that will work best for you, whether you struggle with anxiety, depression, or insomnia. 


Chris Dennis, MD

Dr. Dennis is Minded's lead psychiatrist and co-founder. He’s licensed in 35 states, including Texas.

Donovan Wong, MD

Dr. Wong is the Vice President & National Medical Director for Minded. He is a board-certified psychiatrist in Texas.

Nicole Oquindo, PMHNP-BC

Nicole is a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner in California.

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Only $65 per month.

(billed monthly, cancel anytime)

A prescription medication plan that works for you

Unlimited video visits and medication adjustments

24/7 messaging with your Care Team

Regular prescription refills. Never run out again.

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FAQs

What is Minded’s availability like in California?
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Booking an appointment with Minded’s online psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners in California is easy. For both new and existing patients, we’re here to help whenever you need us. Just schedule an appointment within days. 


Do I need to already have a prescription to use Minded in California?
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No, you do not need a prior diagnosis or an existing prescription. Our mental health experts at Minded will assess symptoms of anxiety, depression, and insomnia to determine a diagnosis and create a treatment plan best-suited to you.


I’m looking for an affordable psychiatrist in California. How much is a Minded membership?
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Inclusive accessibility is our goal here at Minded, and that’s why a membership with Minded is $95 for your first month, and then $45/month. Medication is not included. The first month is non-refundable. After that, you may cancel anytime.


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Other online mental health resources in California

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In the case of a medical emergency or mental health crisis, call 911. If you're in emotional distress, contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 to connect with a counselor immediately, or text HOME to 741-741 for the Crisis Text Line. For additional help in California, see: