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With the help of Minded’s Texas online psychiatrists, you can get the treatment necessary for you. Whether you want to start a new treatment for depression, anxiety, or insomnia, or continue your current one, our team at Minded is available to assist you every step of the way. Your journey to better mental health starts today.

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How it works.

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Talk about a treatment plan that’s best for you

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Take a free, online assessment to find out if Minded is appropriate for you. Then, a Minded psychiatrist or nurse practitioner will video chat with you so they can prescribe medication best-suited for your needs.

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Receive your monthly prescriptions

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Choose your preferred pharmacy for pick-up and we’ll regularly send your prescriptions to be filled, so you don’t have to go through the hassle.

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Talk to your psychiatrist anytime

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Have questions about your medication or wish to change your treatment? We recognize that mental health is a journey, which is why we’re here to answer your questions any time of day.

Texas’ need for online psychiatry

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Mental Health of America reported that 16.2% of adults in Texas live with a mental illness. It can feel lonely battling anxiety or depression, however 3,347,000 other people in Texas also suffer from these same issues. As many of Texas’ residents lack access to affordable mental healthcare, Minded provides users with easy, cost-effective psychiatric treatment. Covering every city in Texas from Dallas, to Austin, and to Houston, Minded’s team of psychiatrists’ main goal is to give you the care and medication you need.


Wondering if taking medication is the best option for you? Schedule an online consultation with Minded to speak with a professional psychiatrist in the Texas area. 


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Our Texas medical team of psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners at Minded

Our Texas-licensed psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners are dedicated to guiding you in getting the best possible care and medication for your specific needs. Minded helps those who suffer from mental health conditions like anxiety, depression, or insomnia. At the end of the day, we only care about making you feel better. 


Angelica Valle, PMHNP-BC

Angelica is a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner in Texas.

Donovan Wong, MD

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

Chris Dennis, MD

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

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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 does Minded’s availability look like in Texas?
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We all know how hard it can be to find a local psychiatrist that is actively accepting new patients. Minded makes things easier by offering appointments within days with our online Texas psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners. You don’t even have to be an existing patient to schedule an appointment! Book with Minded online at any time of the day.

How much does Minded cost?
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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.

Is Minded able to prescribe Xanax or Ambien in Texas? What about other controlled substances?
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Yes, controlled substances can be prescribed by licensed online psychiatrists and nurse practitioners in Texas depending on your age and our Care Team’s discretion.

Note: We do not prescribe schedule II medications (things like Ritalin®, Adderall®, and medications with methlyphenidate or amphetamine in their name).

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Additional online resources in Texas for mental health

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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.

Check out these links to find out more information on getting help in Texas: