Need to talk? We can help.

Array AtHome makes it easy to access licensed professional therapists and psychiatry clinicians through convenient, online video calls from the comfort of home.

Types of Care

We offer a wide range of online mental health services to fit your needs

Psychiatric Assessments

If you have a difficult or lengthy history of mental illness or need a diagnosis for legal reasons, we can help. Our psychiatry clinicians offer assessments that are medical in nature and cover your physical, behavioral, and cognitive histories. Based on the assessments, your psychiatry clinician can make an initial diagnosis (if appropriate) and prescribe medications or other therapies to treat the condition.

Talk Therapy

When living with depression, anxiety disorders or other potentially long-term problems, having consistent care is essential. Our behavioral health clinicians are available for regularly scheduled talk therapy sessions with you from the comfort of your own home.

Medication Management

Medication regimens take time and thoughtful consideration. Finding the right dosage, time of day, and type of medication can mean meeting with a psychiatric prescriber regularly for months. Skip the frustrating commute and waiting room by having your med management sessions online from the comfort of home or another private setting.

Types of Clinicians

Choosing the right clinician for you is important for the best possible treatment

Psychiatrists (MDs, DOs)

Psychiatrists are medical doctors with specialized training in mental and behavioral health, including substance use disorders. This training means they are able to diagnose underlying medical conditions which may have gone undetected. Psychiatrists are licensed to prescribe medication. People seek help from a psychiatrist for many reasons, including long-term feelings of sadness, hopelessness or other problems that may be interfering with everyday life.

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners (Psych NPs)

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners do many of the same things a psychiatrist does. They are trained to evaluate and treat individuals with an array of needs, including serious mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder and major depression. Also like psychiatrists, they are licensed to prescribe and monitor medication.

Therapists and Counselors (LCSWs, LPCs, LMFTs)

Therapists and counselors are professionals who are licensed to practice psychotherapy and other therapeutic techniques. While they do not prescribe medication to individuals, and most do not offer formal diagnoses, they are trained to help you cope with behavioral health issues and change behavior patterns that may be harmful or preventing you from living your healthiest life.

Psychologists (PhDs, PsyDs)

Practicing psychologists are trained to help people learn to cope more effectively with life issues and mental health problems. While many seek a psychologist to talk through problems, psychologists are also trained to administer and interpret assessments to help evaluate the way an individual thinks, feels and behaves. Psychologists are not able to prescribe medications in most states.

Bringing AtHome to You

Today, Array AtHome covers more than 87 million American lives and growing. By 2022, Array AtHome will be in-network in all 50 states.  

Expanding Mental Health Care Access and Wellness for Athletes

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Array’s partnership with the Hall of Fame Behavioral Health, an affiliate of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, strives to ensure that every athlete has the tools they need to prioritize and strengthen their mental game – in their sport and far beyond it.

Pro Football Hall of Fame (Canton, Ohio) Behavioral Health - An Official Provider

Ready to Get Started? Let’s Do This!

If you think the telehealth services offered by Array might be a great fit for you, let’s keep talking! We’ll work with you to determine what your next steps should be—and how we can take them with you.

Have More Questions? Need More Answers? We’re Here.

Making the decision to ask for help can be a hard one to make. And it’s also a courageous one. But you might have more questions before you feel comfortable moving forward. That’s completely fine—and that’s why we’re here. So, ask away!

If you are in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a free, 24-hour hotline at 1.800.273.8255. If your issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.