It’s time to finally feel like yourself again.

If you are struggling with medications for mental health conditions like depression, anxiety, or ADHD, you are not alone.

We know the process of finding medication that works can be frustrating, time-consuming and debilitating.

Fewer than 50% of individuals with depression respond to their first medication.

Is the GeneSight test right for you?

  • Has a medication failed you in the past?
  • Is your current medication not working?
  • Does your medication cause unwanted side effects?

What is the GeneSight® Psychotropic test?

The GeneSight Psychotropic test is a genetic test that shows your provider how your genes may affect medication outcomes. The GeneSight test may reveal which medications to treat depression, anxiety, ADHD, and other mental health conditions require dose adjustments, be less likely to work, or have an increased risk of side effects based on your DNA.

Cost shouldn’t be a barrier to your mental wellness.

Our goal is to make the GeneSight test affordable and accessible to patients. Insurance can be complicated, and we want you to feel comfortable knowing what you’ll owe.

That’s why we offer the GeneSight Promise: we promise that if your cost could be more than $330, we will call you before we process your test.

We also offer a payment plan and financial assistance program to help you if you have out-of-pocket costs.

If you are uninsured, please contact our Customer Service team to discuss financing options.

Over 95% of patients pay $330 or less for their GeneSight test

1,500,000+
people have taken the GeneSight test.

If you think genetic testing could be helpful for you, talk to your doctor about the GeneSight Psychotropic test.

7
clinical studies published in peer-reviewed journals.

GeneSight Psychotropic is the only psychotropic pharmacogenomic test backed by such extensive research.

How does it work?
The GeneSight test is administered by your healthcare provider in their office.
Start the Conversation About GeneSight

The most important step you can take is to talk to your doctor. If you think genetic testing could be helpful for you or someone you care for, download our doctor discussion guide.

A Comprehensive Report, Personalized for You.

The GeneSight Psychotropic report may help you avoid multiple medication trials by providing information about which medications may require dose adjustments, be less likely to work, or have an increased risk of side effects based on your genetic information.

The report classifies over 60 mental health medications into four categories:
green Use as Directed
yellowModerate Gene-Drug Interaction
redSignificant Gene-Drug Interaction
grayNo Proven Genetic Markers

Your provider will review the results as a part of your overall exam to help inform your unique treatment plan.

Your sample is handled with care.

Generally, samples are destroyed within 60 days of receipt, however, the samples may be destroyed at any time after the testing is completed upon request.

The process is a simple cheek swab that will be placed in a paper envelope. This drying process ensures the samples remain stable by preventing microbial growth and breakdown of DNA.

Our lab is located here in the United States, in Mason, OH.

Hear From Others Like You

“I was so impressed with the GeneSight testing”

Sami, Ohio

“I’ve seen more stability and not as many side effects.”
Justin, North Dakota
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“I’ve been through so much and now I have hope”
Cheryl, Utah
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“Thank you for offering this test”
Amanda, Ohio
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The stories shared on this page are individual patients’ personal experiences with GeneSight. Others may not have the same experience or outcome. Do not make any changes to your current medications or dosing without consulting your healthcare provider. The GeneSight test must be ordered by and used only in consultation with a healthcare provider who can prescribe medications.

Learn More about GeneSight® Testing.

If you’re interested to learn more about the GeneSight test, please fill out the form below. The GeneSight test must be ordered by a registered clinician. If you are a patient/caregiver who would like your current clinician to be registered to administer the GeneSight test, please include their name and contact information.

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If you do not have a clinician, we have a directory of healthcare providers who are registered to order the GeneSight test. When you complete this form, we will link you to this directory, so you will have the option to view registered GeneSight providers in your area.





























By submitting your information in this form, you agree that your personal information may be stored and processed in any country where we have facilities or service providers, and by using our “Depression Treatment” landing page you agree to the possible transfer of information to countries outside of your country of residence, including to the United States, which may provide for different data protection rules than in your country. The information you submit will be utilized for the sole purpose it was submitted for and governed by our Privacy Notice.
How does it work?
The GeneSight test is administered by your healthcare provider in their office.

Step 1

Your doctor collects a DNA sample by painlessly swabbing the inside of your cheek OR you can collect the sample at home using our patient collection kit.

Step 2

The sample is sent to our lab for analysis.

Step 3

After we receive your sample, your doctor will typically get test results in about 2 days.

Step 4

Your doctor can contact our Medical Affairs team for a consultation. Your doctor can then review the results with you on your next visit.

Start the Conversation About GeneSight

The most important step you can take is to talk to your doctor. If you think genetic testing could be helpful for you or someone you care for, download our doctor discussion guide.

A Comprehensive Report, Personalized for You.

The GeneSight Psychotropic report may help you avoid multiple medication trials by providing information about which medications may require dose adjustments, be less likely to work, or have an increased risk of side effects based on your genetic information.

The report classifies over 60 mental health medications into four categories:
green Use as Directed
yellowModerate Gene-Drug Interaction
redSignificant Gene-Drug Interaction
grayNo Proven Genetic Markers

Your provider will review the results as a part of your overall exam to help inform your unique treatment plan.

Your sample is handled with care.

Generally, samples are destroyed within 60 days of receipt, however, the samples may be destroyed at any time after the testing is completed upon request.

The process is a simple cheek swab that will be placed in a paper envelope. This drying process ensures the samples remain stable by preventing microbial growth and breakdown of DNA.

Our lab is located here in the United States, in Mason, OH.

Hear From Others Like You

“I was so impressed with the GeneSight testing”

Sami, Ohio

The stories shared on this page are individual patients’ personal experiences with GeneSight. Others may not have the same experience or outcome. Do not make any changes to your current medications or dosing without consulting your healthcare provider. The GeneSight test must be ordered by and used only in consultation with a healthcare provider who can prescribe medications.