Mikyle aims to
break the limitations
of in-person therapy
We accept insurance for patients in Alabama, California, and Texas. Click here to see a list of accepted insurance providers.
For insurance providers not accepted, patients can be seen on a cash-pay basis and we will provide you with a superbill that you can submit to your insurance company.
We accept Medicare for patients from Alabama, California and Texas
We do not accept Medicaid.
For insurances not accepted, patients can be seen on a cash pay basis and we will provide you with a superbill that you can submit to your insurance company.
If you are using health insurance, depending on your insurance plan, you will only be charged a co-pay or co-insurance.
But if you're paying out of pocket, the rates are:
We provide Psychiatric Therapy and Medication Management for:
Children and Adolescents
Depression and Anxiety
Trauma and PTSD
Phase of Life
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Self Esteem Social Skills
Relationship difficulties stemming from: dating, divorce and remarriage
The integration of step families. The special challenges and difficulties faced by adolescents
Problematic self-image and low self-esteem
Emotional, physical and sexual abuse
Career selection, development and changes
We provide service to residents of Alabama, California and Texas
The signup process is easy. Simply click here, fill in your information.
Our providers are listed on our website along with their credentials as well as their specialties.
Most people already have access to the tools they need to connect to one of our providers. Individuals can access sessions using your smartphone, tablet or computer equipped with webcams. No special equipment, software in needed. Once you sign up, our team will do a test call to ensure a good audio and video quality before your session.
We at MiKyle Health are fully compliant with the privacy and confidentiality standards set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996. We ensure that your personal information including your history, medical records and treatment are protected and secure and not accessible to anyone without your permission.
Our service is not suited for use in crisis. If you or someone you’re with is in need of crisis care, please call 911, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1.800.273.8255, or go to your nearest Emergency Room.