We care because we've been there.
Our team knows what it’s like to struggle with depression and anxiety. We’ve been demoralized by long waiting lists, cold clinical relationships, endless pill pushing, and high prices. We built Mood to be a better experience for anyone seeking help with mental health.
Real Human Care
No bots, robo-texts, or algorithms. Our experts listen without judgment, take time to get to know you as a person, and create your plan collaboratively.
Dedicated to you
Mood’s clinicians are full employees, not contractors. We don’t have quotas, and we don’t incentivize prescribing medication or shortening appointments. That means we can focus 100% on what’s best for you.
Here for the journey
We create personal long-term plans for every Mood member. We’ll create your program collaboratively and respectfully. And if you’re not meeting your goals, we’ll continue to try new things until you find something that works
“No matter your background, or where you’re coming from, you can find a provider that can relate to you, and you can start that collaborative relationship and let your guard down.”
Mood Psychiatric NP
What to expect when you’re gettin’ Moody
You tell us where you want to go, we’ll help you get there.
Take a quick quiz to help us identify
clinicians who fit your needs
Have a video call with your dedicated
clinician to begin creating your care plan.
Begin your treatment, get prescriptions
delivered, plan follow-up visits.
Stay on top of your mood with your provider and adjust your
What makes Mood different?
We’re experts on mental health. You’re the expert on you. See if Mood is the right fit.
Ready to rock?
Simply choose the care you need and leave the rest to us. Still not sure what you need? We can match you with a mental health professional who can walk you through your options.
If you are – or think you may be – experiencing anxiety and depression and are ready to start feeling better, you’ve come to the right place. We believe that we can help get you to where you want to be.
In a few cases we may be legally or ethically unable to help, however we’ll still do everything we can to make sure you’re not left hanging.
As part of our mission to make mental health care accessible, affordability without sacrificing quality is a top priority for us.
$45 for the first month, then $95/month, billed on the same day each month. (Note that Medi-Cal Patients have access to special pricing.) Your subscription includes:
Assessment and Diagnosis
Mark-up-Free Medication Delivery
Unlike medication, which requires ongoing monthly sessions to manage, we’ve designed our Talk Therapy to be pay-as-you-go. Some of our members see their therapist twice a week, others just once a month. You can discuss and design the pace of your visits with your provider.
Talk therapy sessions:
$39 for the first session, then $89/session, billed on the day of your session.
With talk therapy, you’ll receive:
One-on one-support from home (via video) with a licensed therapist of your choosing
Empirically proven techniques including CBT, psychotherapy, and mindfulness, to address anxiety and depression
Support with other issues including but not limited to: self-esteem, stress, relationship struggles, and grief
If you are currently subscribed to Psychiatry and are interested in Talk Therapy (or vice versa), reach out to email@example.com. We’ll be glad to help get you started.
Patients on Medi-Cal (California’s public health care option) have access to special pricing on Mood: $19 per month for psychiatry, $70 per session for talk therapy.) We don’t currently accept any other insurance plans.
Let us explain: Mood currently works outside of insurance in an effort to keep our services accessible and affordable, with no surprise fees or cut offs in service that can sometimes happen with traditional care through insurance. However, we are working hard to accept several providers who meet our standard of care requirements later this year.
Until then, if you have an FSA or HSA card, you can use it to cover the cost of the subscription, medication, and talk therapy sessions. Be sure to reach out to your insurance provider if you have any questions.