BlueCross BlueShield Therapists in Lincoln Park, Denver, CO

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Justine Burke
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80204
Justine is a licensed clinical social worker with over thirteen years of clinical experience. She received her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver with an emphasis in Trauma Response and Recovery. Justine has worked in many areas including providing clinical mental health services for children in schools, supporting families in the child welfare system and supervising adults on probation. Justine has worked in a preventative, consultative, ongoing treatment and crisis management role.
Justine is a licensed clinical social worker with over thirteen years of clinical experience. She received her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver with an emphasis in Trauma Response and Recovery. Justine has worked in many areas including providing clinical mental health services for children in schools, supporting families in the child welfare system and supervising adults on probation. Justine has worked in a preventative, consultative, ongoing treatment and crisis management role.
(720) 549-2495 View (720) 549-2495
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Maggie Vieweg
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified Verified
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80204  (Online Only)
Hi! My name is Maggie, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who works with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, and trauma. I recognize the courage it takes to seek help and embark on the path of self-discovery and healing. I take a client-centered approach, recognizing each individual is unique and deserves personalized care. I work collaboratively with clients to identify their goals, strengths, and challenges, and to develop a tailored treatment plan that aligns with their values and preferences.
Hi! My name is Maggie, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who works with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, and trauma. I recognize the courage it takes to seek help and embark on the path of self-discovery and healing. I take a client-centered approach, recognizing each individual is unique and deserves personalized care. I work collaboratively with clients to identify their goals, strengths, and challenges, and to develop a tailored treatment plan that aligns with their values and preferences.
(720) 408-6937 View (720) 408-6937
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Hazel Patel-Krueger
Licensed Professional Counselor, LCPC
Verified Verified
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80204  (Online Only)
Welcome! With a dual background in Clinical Psychology and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), I bring an integrative approach to therapy along with 8 years of experience. My Clinical Psychology expertise allows me to understand the complexities of human behavior, emotions, and mental health disorders. Additionally, my proficiency in ABA empowers me to utilize scientifically validated principles to bring about positive behavioral changes. By combining these two disciplines, this enables me to create individualized treatment plans, fostering sustainable progress, and empowering clients to achieve their therapeutic goals effectively.
Welcome! With a dual background in Clinical Psychology and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), I bring an integrative approach to therapy along with 8 years of experience. My Clinical Psychology expertise allows me to understand the complexities of human behavior, emotions, and mental health disorders. Additionally, my proficiency in ABA empowers me to utilize scientifically validated principles to bring about positive behavioral changes. By combining these two disciplines, this enables me to create individualized treatment plans, fostering sustainable progress, and empowering clients to achieve their therapeutic goals effectively.
(720) 706-5877 View (720) 706-5877
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Creating Boundaries with Grace
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified Verified
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80204
I am a License Clinical Social Worker who attained my master’s at Metro State College of Denver. I have worked with individuals and couples in a community based settings and in private practice setting. I have a passion working with individuals who are wanting to gain a better approach to their life while going through difficulties with transitions, relationship challenges, self-esteem issues, and/or life rediscoveries. I provide proactive couple’s therapy. I help couples communicate in the here and now how to relate to each other in more emotionally responsive ways.
I am a License Clinical Social Worker who attained my master’s at Metro State College of Denver. I have worked with individuals and couples in a community based settings and in private practice setting. I have a passion working with individuals who are wanting to gain a better approach to their life while going through difficulties with transitions, relationship challenges, self-esteem issues, and/or life rediscoveries. I provide proactive couple’s therapy. I help couples communicate in the here and now how to relate to each other in more emotionally responsive ways.
(720) 782-1987 View (720) 782-1987
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Shanese McGregor
Pre-Licensed Professional, MA
Verified Verified
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80204
As a counselor, I want you to consider yourself as the driver and me as your GPS. Along the journey, I will be present with you and point out important things. I will help equip you with the proper tools to improve your current state and overall quality of life. My name is Shanese and I am of Black/African-American ancestry, I honor experiences of intersecting identities and am deeply interested in intergenerational trauma and resilience. I am currently a candidate for a master’s in social work and intern therapist. I have earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and a Master of Student Affairs Admin. in Higher Education.
As a counselor, I want you to consider yourself as the driver and me as your GPS. Along the journey, I will be present with you and point out important things. I will help equip you with the proper tools to improve your current state and overall quality of life. My name is Shanese and I am of Black/African-American ancestry, I honor experiences of intersecting identities and am deeply interested in intergenerational trauma and resilience. I am currently a candidate for a master’s in social work and intern therapist. I have earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and a Master of Student Affairs Admin. in Higher Education.
(720) 706-7223 View (720) 706-7223
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Bridget M Hofstadter
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, ATR, CCATP
Verified Verified
3 Endorsed
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80204  (Online Only)
I believe in the power of the creative arts to assist clients in gaining insight and new perspectives to facilitate personal growth and transformation. I am a licensed professional counselor, registered art therapist, and certified anxiety and depression treatment professional. I use a client-centered method working together with clients to build a therapeutic relationship and treatment plan. I have worked with a variety of clients of various experiences, ages, and challenges. My specialty is working with women who are experiencing anxiety, depression, lowered self-worth, identity issues, boundary and communication issues.
I believe in the power of the creative arts to assist clients in gaining insight and new perspectives to facilitate personal growth and transformation. I am a licensed professional counselor, registered art therapist, and certified anxiety and depression treatment professional. I use a client-centered method working together with clients to build a therapeutic relationship and treatment plan. I have worked with a variety of clients of various experiences, ages, and challenges. My specialty is working with women who are experiencing anxiety, depression, lowered self-worth, identity issues, boundary and communication issues.
(720) 893-8730 View (720) 893-8730
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Elena Kronmiller
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80204  (Online Only)
I am a licensed therapist based out of Denver offering virtual individual and couples therapy. I find working with people in learning how to better cope with challenging situations, feelings, and events greatly rewarding. Therapy can be a wonderful tool in navigating a tougher season of life, chronic mental health issues, working through past trauma, or struggling with societal or systematic inequalities. I specialize in working with depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, self confidence, parenting, life changes, and challenges specific to LGBTQ+ populations.
I am a licensed therapist based out of Denver offering virtual individual and couples therapy. I find working with people in learning how to better cope with challenging situations, feelings, and events greatly rewarding. Therapy can be a wonderful tool in navigating a tougher season of life, chronic mental health issues, working through past trauma, or struggling with societal or systematic inequalities. I specialize in working with depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, self confidence, parenting, life changes, and challenges specific to LGBTQ+ populations.
(720) 706-9063 View (720) 706-9063
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Tori DiBona
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified Verified
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80204  (Online Only)
Have you been struggling to determine your priorities, values, or life purpose? Are there unresolved issues that are impacting your well-being? Have you been unsuccessful at finding a long-term solution to enhancing the quality of the current state of your relationships? Is there a lack of kindness, appreciation, or love present in your close relationships? Has it been difficult to consistently get your needs/wants met within your relationships with others? I work with individuals, couples, partnerships (polyamorous-friendly) and families located in Colorado and Illinois to help answer as well as find solutions to these questions.
Have you been struggling to determine your priorities, values, or life purpose? Are there unresolved issues that are impacting your well-being? Have you been unsuccessful at finding a long-term solution to enhancing the quality of the current state of your relationships? Is there a lack of kindness, appreciation, or love present in your close relationships? Has it been difficult to consistently get your needs/wants met within your relationships with others? I work with individuals, couples, partnerships (polyamorous-friendly) and families located in Colorado and Illinois to help answer as well as find solutions to these questions.
(720) 805-8653 View (720) 805-8653
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Gina Hochhalter
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80204  (Online Only)
Not accepting new clients
I specialize in working with adults who are struggling with relationships, challenging family dynamics, anxiety, depression, and self-confidence issues. I also work with clients who would like to improve their social skills, and emotional IQ, including those who with high-functioning autism (or what was previously called Asperger's). I am currently accepting new telehealth clients through the Headway platform.
I specialize in working with adults who are struggling with relationships, challenging family dynamics, anxiety, depression, and self-confidence issues. I also work with clients who would like to improve their social skills, and emotional IQ, including those who with high-functioning autism (or what was previously called Asperger's). I am currently accepting new telehealth clients through the Headway platform.
(720) 782-6793 View (720) 782-6793
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Gladys Villa
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LAC, MBA
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80204
It seems like doing life got harder. Stress is prevalent, the room clears out. You feel overwhelmed, patience is low and checking out sounds like a good idea. Tired of trying to make everyone happy? Got friends? Love? Expressing confidence is difficult and you question yourself constantly. All of these can lead to depression, anxiety, unhealthy relationships and poor habits and addiction. But they don't have to cause suffering. There are many tools available to you that can help you problem solve, reduce anxious and depressive symptoms, improve relationships and even tools that you can start using right now to find love.
It seems like doing life got harder. Stress is prevalent, the room clears out. You feel overwhelmed, patience is low and checking out sounds like a good idea. Tired of trying to make everyone happy? Got friends? Love? Expressing confidence is difficult and you question yourself constantly. All of these can lead to depression, anxiety, unhealthy relationships and poor habits and addiction. But they don't have to cause suffering. There are many tools available to you that can help you problem solve, reduce anxious and depressive symptoms, improve relationships and even tools that you can start using right now to find love.
(720) 477-4610 View (720) 477-4610
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Laura Cote Gonzalez
Psychologist, PhD
Verified Verified
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80204  (Online Only)
Not accepting new clients
Therapy can be a place to talk about our human struggles and experiences. Purpose and identity, grief and loss, and the nature of our relationships with ourselves, others, and the world are a few areas of living that might be explored in sessions. Therapy can also be helpful in processing and coping with stressful or traumatic life situations. Developmental and acute trauma, environmental stress, and sociopolitical violence and oppression are some of the external forces that can have a deep impact on wellbeing. Longstanding conditions and adjustment to life changes are also addressed in treatment.
Therapy can be a place to talk about our human struggles and experiences. Purpose and identity, grief and loss, and the nature of our relationships with ourselves, others, and the world are a few areas of living that might be explored in sessions. Therapy can also be helpful in processing and coping with stressful or traumatic life situations. Developmental and acute trauma, environmental stress, and sociopolitical violence and oppression are some of the external forces that can have a deep impact on wellbeing. Longstanding conditions and adjustment to life changes are also addressed in treatment.
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Angela McCasland
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Lincoln Park, Denver, CO 80234  (Online Only)
Sudden and abrupt change often leaves us feeling lost, scared, and stuck. What made sense before now feels uncertain. Perhaps you worry about burdening others or feel pressure to maintain a positive attitude. I specialize in working with individuals diagnosed with chronic illness, various forms of grief/loss, aging, end-of-life conversations, life transitions, anxiety and depression.
Sudden and abrupt change often leaves us feeling lost, scared, and stuck. What made sense before now feels uncertain. Perhaps you worry about burdening others or feel pressure to maintain a positive attitude. I specialize in working with individuals diagnosed with chronic illness, various forms of grief/loss, aging, end-of-life conversations, life transitions, anxiety and depression.
(720) 637-1970 View (720) 637-1970

Online Therapists

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Melanie Davis Kirk
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC, NCC, CDCS
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Denver, CO 80223  (Online Only)
Waitlist for new clients
Hope and fear cannot occupy the same place at the same time. Invite one to stay. - Maya Angelou. My areas of expertise include working with men and women individually (I am not a couples therapist) as they navigate through a myriad of challenges such as anxiety, depression, insecurities, uncertainties and how past traumas and learned behaviors can all play a part in the health of their current relationships. Of course this includes their intimate partner relationships but I also have much experience in helping individuals navigate through concerns involving complex adult child/parent relationships.
Hope and fear cannot occupy the same place at the same time. Invite one to stay. - Maya Angelou. My areas of expertise include working with men and women individually (I am not a couples therapist) as they navigate through a myriad of challenges such as anxiety, depression, insecurities, uncertainties and how past traumas and learned behaviors can all play a part in the health of their current relationships. Of course this includes their intimate partner relationships but I also have much experience in helping individuals navigate through concerns involving complex adult child/parent relationships.
(720) 513-2362 View (720) 513-2362
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Marcy Libeer
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified Verified
Denver, CO 80221
Marcy Libeer is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado who has been practicing since 2024. She has an MA in Community Counseling from Adam's State University. Marcy has worked with a wide array of mental health problems, from Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Depression, and Anxiety to life challenges and stress. She believes that building a connection with her clients is very important. Marcy also incorporates CBT, family dynamics, relationship skills, art therapy, and cinema therapy with her clients. Outside of work, Marcy enjoys movies, TV, animals (especially her dogs), art, and being creative.
Marcy Libeer is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado who has been practicing since 2024. She has an MA in Community Counseling from Adam's State University. Marcy has worked with a wide array of mental health problems, from Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Depression, and Anxiety to life challenges and stress. She believes that building a connection with her clients is very important. Marcy also incorporates CBT, family dynamics, relationship skills, art therapy, and cinema therapy with her clients. Outside of work, Marcy enjoys movies, TV, animals (especially her dogs), art, and being creative.
(720) 796-7068 View (720) 796-7068
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Jamie R. Burke
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Denver, CO 80211  (Online Only)
Sometimes we face challenges that seem insurmountable, leaving us feeling stuck and hopeless. Therapy can provide the support necessary to overcome hardship and help us take steps toward happiness and fulfillment. As your therapist, I believe that you have the resiliency required to overcome the toughest challenges. No one should have to trudge alone through trying times. I look forward to walking with you on your journey!
Sometimes we face challenges that seem insurmountable, leaving us feeling stuck and hopeless. Therapy can provide the support necessary to overcome hardship and help us take steps toward happiness and fulfillment. As your therapist, I believe that you have the resiliency required to overcome the toughest challenges. No one should have to trudge alone through trying times. I look forward to walking with you on your journey!
(720) 583-8796 View (720) 583-8796
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Shaun Fossett
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC
Verified Verified
5 Endorsed
Denver, CO 80209  (Online Only)
Greetings! My name is Shaun Fossett and I am an LPC with eight years of experience working in a variety of clinical settings. I specialize in working with adults dealing with concerns related to interpersonal relationships, anxiety, and trauma. By embracing a multicultural orientation in my counseling practice, I aim to create a safe and empowering space for clients to explore their thoughts, emotions, and identities without fear of judgment or discrimination.
Greetings! My name is Shaun Fossett and I am an LPC with eight years of experience working in a variety of clinical settings. I specialize in working with adults dealing with concerns related to interpersonal relationships, anxiety, and trauma. By embracing a multicultural orientation in my counseling practice, I aim to create a safe and empowering space for clients to explore their thoughts, emotions, and identities without fear of judgment or discrimination.
(720) 740-0674 View (720) 740-0674
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Cait Howell
Pre-Licensed Professional, SWC
Verified Verified
Denver, CO 80203
Through mindfulness, meditation and deconstruction of personal narratives, we will embark on a journey of self-exploration and growth. In our sessions, we will nurture the seeds of wisdom that already reside within you We will learn how to shed old patterns that no longer serve your journey. We will align your inner desires with the external world allowing empowerment to blossom within your story as we build upon your established resilience.
Through mindfulness, meditation and deconstruction of personal narratives, we will embark on a journey of self-exploration and growth. In our sessions, we will nurture the seeds of wisdom that already reside within you We will learn how to shed old patterns that no longer serve your journey. We will align your inner desires with the external world allowing empowerment to blossom within your story as we build upon your established resilience.
(720) 715-8987 View (720) 715-8987
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Andrew Gonzales
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC
Verified Verified
Denver, CO 80219
Andrew E. Gonzales is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado who has been practicing since 2020. He has a Master of Science in Clinical/Counseling psychology. His grad school orientation was CBT. Andrew is trained in CBT, TF-CBT, ACT, has a certificate in Circle of Security Parenting (COSP), and has experience doing play therapy. Andrew has been working in this field as a therapist for 3+ years. Outside of work, Andrew enjoys a variety of hobbies including running, reading, listening to music, creative writing, and exploring the outdoors. He loves to learn new things and is constantly in pursuit of new knowledge.
Andrew E. Gonzales is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado who has been practicing since 2020. He has a Master of Science in Clinical/Counseling psychology. His grad school orientation was CBT. Andrew is trained in CBT, TF-CBT, ACT, has a certificate in Circle of Security Parenting (COSP), and has experience doing play therapy. Andrew has been working in this field as a therapist for 3+ years. Outside of work, Andrew enjoys a variety of hobbies including running, reading, listening to music, creative writing, and exploring the outdoors. He loves to learn new things and is constantly in pursuit of new knowledge.
(720) 225-0478 View (720) 225-0478
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Dr. Emma Durham
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified Verified
Denver, CO 80222
I am a licensed psychologist offering therapy for adults and psychological assessment for people of all ages. I enjoy working with a variety of concerns and specialize in the treatment of (c)ptsd, phobias, panic, OCD, and anxiety disorders. I am passionate about working with people of diverse genders and sexualities, including those in polyamorous/non-monogamous relationships. I strive to create a space that is body, kink, and sex positive. I am able to provide assessments to receive gender affirming care, and offer testing for ADHD, ASD, learning disabilities, and complex personality/mood concerns.
I am a licensed psychologist offering therapy for adults and psychological assessment for people of all ages. I enjoy working with a variety of concerns and specialize in the treatment of (c)ptsd, phobias, panic, OCD, and anxiety disorders. I am passionate about working with people of diverse genders and sexualities, including those in polyamorous/non-monogamous relationships. I strive to create a space that is body, kink, and sex positive. I am able to provide assessments to receive gender affirming care, and offer testing for ADHD, ASD, learning disabilities, and complex personality/mood concerns.
(720) 664-9201 View (720) 664-9201
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Sara Bryan
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Denver, CO 80201  (Online Only)
Let's be real, living in the world we live in is a challenge right now. Constant changes and stressors, most out of our control. Generational gaps causing rifts in families, work, and online. Navigating our world is difficult, yet you don't have to carry that weight alone. Maybe it's time to face the past so you can learn how to manage the future. Or do you want to better yourself and don't know where to start? Perhaps you're facing big changes in relationships or at work that are overwhelming. Whatever the challenges, let's face them together.
Let's be real, living in the world we live in is a challenge right now. Constant changes and stressors, most out of our control. Generational gaps causing rifts in families, work, and online. Navigating our world is difficult, yet you don't have to carry that weight alone. Maybe it's time to face the past so you can learn how to manage the future. Or do you want to better yourself and don't know where to start? Perhaps you're facing big changes in relationships or at work that are overwhelming. Whatever the challenges, let's face them together.
(720) 507-9109 View (720) 507-9109

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BlueCross BlueShield Therapists

Does insurance cover therapy, prescriptions and other behavioral health services?

In general, yes. Laws in the U.S. require insurers to cover essential behavioral health care at the same level as other health care services. Most health plans require a medical diagnosis and treatments that are evidence based and medically essential. This means that life coaching and alternative therapies are not covered, nor is therapy without a diagnosis. Call the number on the back or your insurance card or visit your insurance company's website to review your Summary of Benefits. If you have insurance through your employer, your Human Resources department may also be able to answer questions.

How much does therapy cost with insurance?

The cost of therapy depends on your region, how much training and experience your therapist has, and the type of treatment. The rate for talk therapy generally falls between $100 and $250. For a client seeing an in-network provider, the cost of therapy is often similar to the cost of other health care services. Clients pay co-pays and may need to satisfy a plan’s deductible before benefits kick in.

What is the difference between In-Network and Out-of-Network insurance coverage?

An in-network provider has contracted with an insurer to get paid directly for services, and to accept the insurer’s rate of compensation. Clients are responsible for deductibles and copays. If a therapist is out of network, that means that the client pays the therapist directly for services at the therapist’s regular fee. Out-of-Network providers often give clients a receipt so that they can file for partial reimbursement with their insurance company.

Is it difficult to find an In-Network therapist?

It is not unusual for therapists to limit the number of insurance patients in their practice, so it’s important to check in-network availability when you schedule your first appointment. In regions and times where therapy is in high demand it may take longer to get scheduled with an in-network therapist.

What is the difference between HMO and PPO insurance plans?

HMO health plans only cover in-network services, there is no reimbursement for out-of-network providers. PPO plans often cover both in- and out-of-network services, though the client may pay more for out-of-network services.

What is a Superbill?

A superbill is a receipt for therapy services. It provides all the information required by insurance companies to reimburse you for out-of-network services, including the diagnostic codes for your care, the amount paid, and the dates and duration of care.

Does insurance cover Online therapy?

Many therapists who shifted their practice to online therapy during the pandemic have kept that arrangement. And most insurers continue to cover telehealth services, with a few exceptions. Preventive care (such as an annual depression screening) is often required to be in-person to be covered, and some states require prescribers of controlled substances to see those patients in person.

Does insurance cover Group therapy?

Many insurance plans provide coverage for group therapy provided there is a medical diagnosis for group members, but there are some noteworthy exceptions. For example, Medicare does not always cover group therapy. Group therapy tends to cost less than individual therapy.

Does insurance cover Couples therapy?

Most insurance companies do not cover the cost of couples therapy because there is no medical diagnosis or medically necessary treatment. However, a few plans will offer a limited benefit, so it is still worth checking with your insurance company. Sometimes therapy is covered for a couple when one person has a diagnosis and another family member joins them for joint therapy, but it is considered therapy for the medical condition that includes a family member as a listener or helper, not couples counseling. Without insurance, most clients pay between $100-300 per 60-90 min session for couples therapy. Often clients can find classes or workshops that make it more affordable to work on their relationship. And some employers offer benefit plans that help defray the cost of couples therapy.

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