How we Help
Inpathy makes it easier to get the help you need, when and where it works for you, with licensed therapy and psychiatry providers.
Most people feel sad or depressed at times, but if it lasts for weeks and is impacting normal life, we can help.
Are you worrying more than usual? When making even simple decisions feels difficult, your worry may have crossed into anxiety.
Feeling under pressure? Too much stress can seriously impact your mood, memory and even your health.
Inability to Focus
If you have trouble following directions or your goals seem to be slipping out of reach, you may have a more serious condition that needs treatment.
Relationships are complicated. Whether you want to make new friends or keep your marriage alive, we are here for you.
How it Works
Step 1: Sign Up
Complete our easy online registration form. Once submitted, you’ll receive an email confirmation with instructions to activate your account.
Step 2: Find a Provider
Begin searching for a licensed therapy or psychiatry provider who fits your needs by using our directory. Our easy online tools will help you filter by type of service, specialty and available appointment times.
Step 3: Book a Session
Found a provider you like? Great, book your session! You can also send a secure message to ask a provider a question or learn more about them before selecting an appointment time.
Benefits of Inpathy
No more waiting rooms or time away from your commitments. Be seen when and where it works for you.
Only free on weekends and evenings? No problem. Appointments are available 7 days a week from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. — often within a few days of your request.
With Inpathy, your session is confidential and all personal information is protected, similar to online banking.
Meet Some of Our Providers
Viwek Bisen DO
Dr. Bisen specializes in working with individuals who have mood disorders, psychotic disorders and opiate addictions.
Roshanda Neal LPC
Ms. Neal specializes in child/adolescent therapy, and in working with individuals who struggle with relationship, parenting and womens’ issues.
Melissa Marote PhD, LPCC
Dr. Marote focuses on relationships, trauma and abuse, with a special interest in teens/young adults with anxiety and depression.
Doug Ikelheimer MD
Dr. Ikelheimer’s expertise is in the management of mood disorders, anxiety disorders, chronic mental illness and addictions.