About Us

Colin MacKenzie, MD, is the founder and CEO of TelePsychiatry Associates, LLC, which was incorporated in 2009 and the first private practice to employ telehealth technology in the state of Kansas. He is board certified in both Clinical and Forensic Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.and was one of the first DATA2000 certified physicians for the treatment of opioid use disorder in 2006. A graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Dr. MacKenzie received additional training in Internal Medicine before completing his Psychiatric Residency at Washington University in St. Louis. He subsequently served as a Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry at Washington University and has been an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC) Department of Psychiatry. At UMKC, he headed the Consultation Liaison Service and trained psychiatric residents, medical students, and social workers. Dr. MacKenzie is a member of the American Psychiatric Association, the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, the Kansas Medical Society, and the Kansas Psychiatric Society where he serves as President-Elect. He is currently the Medical Director for one of the fastest growing substance use disorder treatment centers in the Midwest. Dr. MacKenzie has extensive experience working with individuals who struggle with substance use, mood, and anxiety disorders in outpatient, inpatient, and long-term treatment settings. He also works closely with other physicians, psychologists, nurses, and social workers to provide comprehensive care. He is currently licensed to practice medicine in various states throughout the country.


What types of medical and psychiatric conditions are treated through TelePsychiatry Associates, LLC?

TelePsychiatry Associates practitioners are skilled in the practice of treating a wide variety of different conditions including depression, bipolar affective disorder, alcohol use disorder, opioid use disorder, alcohol and drug withdrawal & detoxification, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, trauma related to sexual or physical abuse, and weight loss management, among others.

What types of treatments are offered?

The types of treatments provided will depend upon your practitioner and the problems needing attention. Treatment can be provided in a provider's physical office or remotely at an off-site location such as an emergency room, clinic, or rehabilitation facility. The first one to two sessions will involve critical listening in order to obtain a comprehensive understanding of the issues at hand. Treatments that follow could include the discriminating use of medication, an alcohol or drug detoxification protocol, in-office medication administration for treatment resistant depression, empathic psychotherapy, or some combination of treatments. If appropriate, additional therapeutic modalities may be employed including group therapies, structured activities, assigned readings, etc.

Where are the offices located?

Please see your provider's profile page to find their office locations

Is insurance accepted?

In most cases, insurance is accepted. You can determine if your insurance policy is accepted by a certain practitioner either through the website or by calling the office. Most insurance policies cover in-office psychiatric care and many, but not all, cover tele-psychiatry appointments as well. Please be aware that you are responsible for understanding what services your insurance policy will and will not cover. Most insurance policies will still cover the cost of prescriptions and laboratory tests even if appointments are not covered.

How do I register?

You can register on the website as a new client. Once you complete the forms, a staff member will contact you and provide you access to the scheduling calendar and additional information.

How are appointments scheduled?

Appointments are scheduled either online using the website calendar or by calling the office.

How are initial tele-psychiatry & in-office appointments scheduled?

The process to undergo remote telepsychiatry treatment involves a few simple steps. Follow the three steps outlined below to execute a telepsychiatry appointment. If you prefer to have an in-office appointment, you can also use the same steps below to schedule an in-office appointment. Always feel free to contact our staff if you have any questions. 1. First, register on the TelePsychiatry Associates, LLC website if you are a new patient by clicking the "Register" link in the header of the website homepage. Log into your account if you are an existing patient. 2. Go to the "Appointments" section of your account. Choose "Schedule a Telepsychiatry Appointment" if you want a remote tele-psychiatry appointment, or choose "Schedule an In-Office Appointment" if you prefer to have an in-person, in-office appointment. This will allow you to gain access to the scheduling calendar for that type of appointment. Choose the date and time of your liking and you will be prompted to choose the length of the appointment. Book your appointment. 3. If you scheduled a remote, tele-psychiatry appointment, on the day & time of your appointment, log into your account and click the link that says "Enter Waiting Room". You will be sent to the virtual waiting room where your provider will see you and connect with you as soon as they are available. If you scheduled an in-person, in-office appointment, go to your provider's office on the date and time of your appointment where your provider will meet you. Feel free to contact us with any questions. We hope to see you soon!



* TelePsychiatry Associates, LLC does not distribute or use registration information for any purpose outside medical care.


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