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Are you dealing with anxiety, depression, or insomnia every day? Are you looking for online psychiatrists in Pennsylvania in order to get on track with the right medication? Minded is here to help.

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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.

Pennsylvania needs accessible, online psychiatry

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Approximately 17.5% of residents in Pennsylvania suffer from anxiety or depression—many of whom don’t have access to affordable care. If you or one of your loved ones are suffering from anxiety or depression and are having trouble finding a treatment provider, look no further. Minded provides online psychiatry, which makes treatment much more accessible for its users. Still deciding whether medication is right for you? Schedule an online consultation with a Minded Pennsylvania psychiatric professional today. Whether you live anywhere from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia, you can take your appointment from home.

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Meet Minded’s Pennsylvania psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners

Minded provides Pennsylvania-licensed psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners who are dedicated to helping find the medication that works for you. They will meet you wherever you are in your healthcare journey and help you take the steps to better health.

Our goal is to help you to feel better.


Tracy Groller, PMHNP-BC

Tracy is a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner in Pennsylvania.

Jin Hee Yoon-Hudman, MD

Dr. Yoon-Hudman is a board-certified psychiatrist licensed to practice in Pennsylvania.

Nils Magnusson, PMHNP-BC

Nils is a dual board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner in Pennsylvania.

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Only $65 per month.

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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

It’s hard to find a psychiatrist near me who is accepting new clients. Can Minded give me access to a psychiatrist in Pennsylvania who accepts new patients?
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It’s difficult to find a psychiatrist in your area that accepts new patients at a moment's notice. It’s not fun being on the waitlist for “the best psychiatrist in Pennsylvania.” Mental health shouldn’t have to wait. Minded provides its users with direct online access to Pennsylvania-licensed online psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners. We offer appointments within days for new and existing patients. With Minded, you don’t have to worry about anything but your treatment.


I need an affordable psychiatrist near me in Pennsylvania. How much does a Minded membership cost?
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Mental healthcare should be accessible to all. It is part of Minded’s mission to provide all of Pennsylvania access to mental healthcare. At $65/month, membership is affordable without insurance. Get your first month for $25 when you sign up today.


Is Minded able to prescribe controlled prescription medication like Xanax or Ambien in Pennsylvania?
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No, at the current time, Minded is not able to prescribe any controlled substances in the state of Pennsylvania.

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More online mental health resources for Pennsylvania

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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.

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