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Thank you for trusting Array Behavioral Care with your mental healthcare. We are proud to partner with Centivo to support you on your journey to better mental health and wellness.

Get the behavioral health support you need, when and where it works for you with Array Behavioral Care. 

Array Behavioral Care makes it easy to connect with licensed clinical social workers and psychiatrists through convenient, online video calls.
We offer a wide range of online mental health services to fit your needs including psychiatric assessments, talk therapy and medication management.
Using our secure, HIPAA-compliant platform, you can connect with a clinician that’s the right fit for you, schedule appointments and access sessions from anywhere and any device.

How it Works

Getting started is quick and easy. Watch this quick explainer video and follow the three simple steps below to schedule your first appointment.
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Step 1: Search our Clinician Directory

Search by clinician specialty, state, and date.

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Step 2: Select a Clinician and Schedule a Session

Find a clinician that best suits your needs, then schedule your first session.

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Step 3: Start Telehealth Services

The Array team is here to support you as you try a test session, meet with your clinician and set follow up appointments.

Have a Question? Call for live help from an Array representative.

 
Sometimes you need to speak to a real-life person. The Array Care Navigation team is available to help guide you through the process of finding the clinician that’s best for you.

Call us toll-free at 800.442.8938

Hours of Operation

M-F: 7am – 10pm ET

Sat-Sun: 9am – 8pm ET

For Centivo Care Coordinators

 
Click the button below to schedule telebehavioral health services on behalf of your patients!

*for Centivo internal use only*

If you are in crisis, call 988 to talk with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, text HOME to 741741 to connect to a free crisis counselor, or go to your nearest emergency room.