Will My Insurance Pay for Therapy?

Posted By: on January 30, 2019
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Insurance companies must treat mental health the way they do physical health thanks to changes in legislature.

You no longer need to worry about whether or not your insurance covers mental health therapy because it does (in some important ways): In the past, many companies refused to provide coverage for psychiatry and counseling services. Today, however, things have changed much to the benefit of people like you who are considering therapy as a form of treatment and healing. Learn more

The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act Protects You

The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) makes sure that you are not discriminated against because of a mental health disorder or substance abuse addiction. It ensures fair insurance coverage by law. Mental health must now be covered in the same way that physical health is covered. With that in mind, an “in-network” mental health provider must be supplied to you by your insurance company who you can call and meet with. You’ll have coverage similar to what you have when visiting your doctor.

Give Heart-Centered Counseling a Call Today

Schedule an appointment with Heart-Centered Counseling today. A free initial consultation is available to you. Get the mental health help you need to thrive. It’s now covered by your insurance in the same way your physical health is covered.

Knowing that your therapy sessions are likely to be covered as a result of the MHPAEA is a relief. It allows you to bypass the stigma that comes with seeking mental health and addiction services. You don’t have to feel alone. You can work with our staff of excellent and caring therapists. You’ll find the help you deserve for your mental health needs.

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