Find a psychiatrist in New York

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Mental health is complicated. Getting the right medication shouldn’t be. Minded’s online psychiatrists in New York want you to get the medication you need for anxiety, depression, and sleep—today.

How it works.

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Discuss your treatment plan today

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Complete a free online assessment to see if Minded is right for you. Then, video chat with your psychiatrist or nurse practitioner to determine which medication is appropriate.

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Get your prescriptions every month

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We’ll send your prescriptions to the pharmacy of your choice and refill them regularly, so you never run out. With Minded, you have one less thing to worry about.

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Chat with your psychiatrist anytime

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Message us if you have questions about your medication or want to make changes to your treatment. Mental health is a journey. We’re here for you every step of the way.

Why New York needs online psychiatry

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If you suffer from anxiety or depression, you’re not alone. According to Mental Health of America, 18.25% of adults in New York (that’s 2,802,000 New Yorkers!) have a mental illness. Sadly, many of them don’t have access to affordable care. Minded wants to fix that. Whether you live in upstate New York and can’t find a psychiatrist near you or are in Brooklyn and don’t want to travel to see your doctor every month, Minded makes it easy to get your medication online.

Not sure if medication is right for you? Schedule an online consultation with a Minded New York psychiatric professional.

Meet Minded’s New York psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners

Our board-certified, New York-licensed psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners are dedicated to helping you find the depression, insomnia, or anxiety medication that works for you. Their goal is to meet you wherever you are on your mental health journey.


We want you to feel good about feeling good.

Chris Dennis, MD

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

Jin Hee Yoon-Hudman, MD

Dr. Yoon-Hudman is a board-certified psychiatrist based in Queens, NY.

Elizabeth Corvino, PMHNP-BC

Elizabeth is Minded's lead psychiatric nurse practitioner. She is licensed in New York.

Looking for a psychiatry job in New York?

Minded is hiring!

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Only $40 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.

Frequently prescribed medication.

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FAQs

I need an affordable psychiatrist near me in New York. How much does Minded cost?
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At Minded, we believe mental healthcare should be accessible to all New Yorkers. Our membership is $40/month without insurance. Sign up today and get your first month for only $10.

Can Minded prescribe controlled substances such as Xanax or Ambien in New York?
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Yes, Minded’s online psychiatrists and nurse practitioners can prescribe controlled substances at their discretion in New York.

I’m having a hard time finding a psychiatrist near me in New York that accepts new patients. Does Minded?
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We know finding a psychiatrist near you can be difficult to begin with, and finding one in New York that accepts new patients can be even trickier. Trust us, we’ve been the ones waiting on hold forever only to be told “the best psychiatrist in New York” can’t see us more times than we can count. The New York online psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners at Minded have same- or next-day appointments available for both new and existing patients. Schedule an online visit today.

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More online mental health resources for New York

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In 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.


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