Kickstart your PTSD treatment

Get a diagnosis and medication for PTSD online without having to see a psychiatrist face to face

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  • Online video appointments
  • Medication prescribed and auto-refilled
  • Regular expert check-ins
  • Unlimited messaging with your provider

As easy as 1, 2, 3…


Schedule your first appointment

Fill out a short online form to request an appointment.


Have a online
video consultation

Chat with an licensed psychiatrist to determine your treatment plan.


Get personalized
ongoing care

We manage your medication and support you with monthly check-ins.

One affordable membership


Psychiatrist + Prescription

  • Generic drugs included in your plan and shipped to your door
  • Prescription for branded drugs* sent to local pharmacy
  • Regular check-ins (around 20mins)
  • Unlimited messaging with your psychiatrist
  • Experienced, qualified clinicians

Start with $39 first-month evaluation, then $99/month

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How is PTSD diagnosed?

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) diagnosis involves a comprehensive evaluation by a mental health professional, normally a psychiatrist or sometimes also a therapist. Our psychiatrists are qualified in the efficient diagnosis and treating of PTSD, they will guide you through an assessment during your initial evaluation appointment, discussing your experiences, feelings, and symptoms. This evaluation follows criteria outlined in the DSM-5, a recognized diagnostic manual used by behavioral health specialists. Sometimes further questionnaires and tests might provide deeper insights but are not essential. Honesty during this process is crucial. If you suspect PTSD or are currently looking for a better provider experience for your PTSD, our service is a good fit for you.TeleMed2U psychiatrists will provide guidance and shed light on your path to understanding, support, and healing from this very common disorder. Remember, seeking help is the first step toward recovery.

How is PTSD treated?

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is typically treated through a combination of medication, psychotherapy, and eventually, self-management coping strategies.

In terms of medication, there are several options available to help manage PTSD symptoms. The first class of medications falls under SSRI, such as Prozac (fluoxetine) or Zoloft (sertraline). Another category is SNRI, which includes Cymbalta (duloxetine) or Effexor XR (venlafaxine). Additionally, medications like Prazosin have been utilized to alleviate nightmares associated with PTSD. In addition to these options, your provider might try Atypical antipsychotics that have also proven effective in reducing anger and intrusive thoughts associated with PTSD.

Psychotherapy stands as a primary treatment for PTSD and can be conducted individually or within a group setting. Trauma-Focused Therapy and Prolonged Exposure (PE) therapy are two forms of cognitive-behavioral therapies commonly employed for treating PTSD. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) represents another therapeutic approach involving the processing of traumatic memories while simultaneously focusing on a distracting stimulus, such as hand movements or sounds.

Patients also need to leverage self-management coping strategies that they learn in therapy to manage symptoms and stress. These strategies can include meditation, relaxation techniques, regular physical activity, maintaining a healthy diet, refraining from alcohol and drugs, and ensuring sufficient sleep."

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