Depression treatment

Psychiatrist and medication for depression and anxiety

  • Video visits from the comfort of your home
  • Medication delivered to you
  • Progress monitoring
Start feeling better today

Just $19 for your first month

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How it works

Mental health assessment

Get a free mental health assessment and start understanding your symptoms in minutes

Talk to a psychiatric provider

Hop on a video call with your doctor to evaluate your needs and discuss the best path forward

Medication delivered to you

If prescribed, receive medications monthly at your door at no additional cost.

Health coach

Have video sessions with your health coach to help you move toward your goals

Monitor your progress

Track your mood, monitor mental health symptoms, and understand your mental health

Start feeling better today

Just $19 for your first month

Why people love Youper?

Designed to empower you
Affordable even without insurance
From the comfort of your home
Available 24/7 on your phone
No long wait times for appointments
Private and confidential
Personalized to your unique needs
Backed by science for long-lasting results

More than 60,000 5-star reviews

Founded by psychiatrists and therapists

Andrea Niles, Ph.D.

Andrea has more than 12 years of experience as a psychologist. She’s got her Ph.D. from the University of California Los Angeles, the number one Psychology Program in the United States.

Jose Hamilton, MD

Hamilton has more than 15 years of experience as a Psychiatrist. He’s a member of the American Psychiatric Association.

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Mental Health America

We are proud members of Mental Health America, the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental health conditions.

Psychiatry for all

Like other organs in the body, the brain sometimes needs help to balance its functions such as energy and mood. Medications for depression and anxiety work by balancing natural substances in the brain, known as neurotransmitters. 

The medications are prescribed and managed by psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses. These professionals will do a thorough assessment by asking questions about your symptoms, history, and environment to decide if medications are recommended for you.

Antidepressants, as these medications are generally called, are non-controlled substances, which means that they aren’t classified as having euphoric or addictive properties. 

Unfortunately, access to psychiatrists is not easily available – studies show that it can take 10 years for Americans to access mental health care, and more than half of the people who need care do not get it.

Our mission is to make mental health care simple, accessible, and affordable for everyone.