How does NOW Psychiatry accept patients?

You do not need a referral to access care at NOW Psychiatry. Patients can initiate appointments by themselves, or referrals from friends, family members, psychotherapists, and/or other medical providers.

What age groups and services does NOW Psychiatry serve?

NOW Psychiatry serves patients across the lifespan (ages 6 and older). We treat a variety of mental health disorders including (but not limited to) depression, anxiety, post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), substance use disorders, mood disorder, bipolar, schizophrenia, binged-eating disorder, and insomnia.

What treatments are available at NOW Psychiatry?

Medication: NOW Psychiatric providers can complete a comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, and personalized treatment plan through medication management. Your provider will monitor your care, providing guidance and adjusting treatment as necessary so you get the best outcome.

Therapy: We network closely with other local therapists and can place referrals that are specific to your needs.

What visit types are available at NOW Psychiatry?

Kansas: NOW Psychiatry offers both in-person and telehealth visits for your convenience. Please note there may be instances where the provider will request an in-person as opposed to a virtual appointment.

Nebraska, Arizona, & New Mexico: Only virtual appointments are available at this time.

What is Pharmacogenomic Testing and does NOW Psychiatry perform it?

Yes, at NOW Psychiatry, we perform pharmacogenomic testing (PGT). PGT looks at the patient's gene-to-drug interaction and shows which medication the patient is most compatible with.

Which insurance plans does NOW Psychiatry accept?

We are now accepting the following insurance: Aetna, Optum, Cigna, & All BCBS

Can I be seen as a cash payer and not go through my insurance?


How can I get help if I’m in crisis?

Your safety is so important to us. If you are in emotional distress, please make use of these resources:

1. If you are having a medical or mental health emergency, call 911.

2. Call or Text 988. Chat Online at