Patient Information

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At Michet we have partnered with several insurances and if we accept your insurance, the out-of-pocket cost will be your copay.
Once you contact us we will let you know if we accept your insurance plan and what your financial responsibility will be per session.

  • Non-insurance members:
    $275 – Initial Psychiatric evaluation
  • $175 – Returning patient visit
  • $300 – For further Psychiatric Evaluation


To Get Started, you may find an appointment time that works for you clicking schedule here.

Once you find an appointment time, you schedule it, fill in your information, electronically consent for treatment, and pay for the appointment.

You will then receive a “meeting id” via text and email to open at your time of visit. These meetings run like most business or school conference calls on a healthcare-compliant system called Zoom. You may click the button to automatically add them and the reminder to your electronic calendar.

To open the visit, you can also click on the confirmation email or text link from your computer or phone. If you are using your smartphone, you will be prompted to download the free Zoom meeting conference app. This will open up the visit where we will be face-to-face.

If you have any difficulty, just let me know. I can directly text you the link to click on at the time of our appointment and we can begin.


We provide psychiatric evaluations and medication management via video-conferencing (zoom).  Medication Management means prescribing medications, checking your response to medicine, and talking about things in your life outside of medication treatment.


  • Medication management
  • Provider brief therapy
  • Perform complete psychiatric evaluation
  • Collaborate with patient to develop a treatment plan
  • Evaluate response to medication prescribed

Difference between psychological testing and psychiatric evaluation

Both methods focus on treating the patient’s mental health disorders. The difference is in the approach. Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner offers brief therapy and prescribed medication if indicated and psychological testing determines if a patient has a certain disorder such as ADHD.


Our psychiatric evaluations assess for medication treatment.  They are up to one hour long where we discuss mood, history, medical conditions, and family history to help us determine the best course of action with you.

We do not typically need full psychological or neuropsychological testing for prescribing medications.


The patient’s physical and mental health conditions can both be treated through telepsychiatry. When a patient gets treatment from a well-intentioned doctor, it is best for the patient. There are benefits of the tele psychiatry:

  1. Lower cost of treatment: According to studies, people receiving telepsychiatric care visit hospitals less frequently and save money
  2. Improved care modalities to care trusted source. It is simpler for telemedicine centers to evaluate care for patients with disabilities who are receiving care at or close to home. It can also be helpful for the general population, including older adults, to determine the care in their area
  3. Provide preventive care to the patient: People who desire preventive treatment, palliative care, and long-term health find it easier with telepsychiatry.
  4. Based on patient convenience: Telepsychiatry is adaptable because patients prefer comfort and convenience in their surroundings or at home. It applies to those who desire to receive treatment but are unable to do so due to a conflict with their job or family
  5. Prevent cross-infection or spread of infection: Traditional methods involve treating patients face-to-face in the doctor’s office, which exposes them to more pathogens than telepsychiatry can prevent. This is especially beneficial for those patients who are hyperactive or have a low immune system. Telepsychiatry minimizes the risk of infection from the physician’s cabin.
  6. Reducing psychiatric stigmas: The stigma associated with being a psychiatric patient is pervasive worldwide. People view the psychiatric clinic as an insanity clinic and this stigmatizes people visiting the clinic as individuals with insanity which hinders psychiatric accessibility. Then telepsychiatry can solve this problem by improving access at the community level. Psychiatrists can interview patients directly or provide psychiatric consultations with primary care physicians so that they can monitor symptoms and drug compliance.