Does Cigna Cover Therapy?

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Cigna provides coverage to enable treatment of mental health conditions under employer-sponsored health plans. Your employer’s plan may include access to a behavioral health network of licensed mental health providers, mental health services and follow up case management services, consultations, referral services, and outpatient services or referrals to local community support groups, behavioral coaches, and online resources

You pay your share of costs according to your Cigna plan. For plans with a deductible, you pay for care until you meet the plan deductible if it has one. When you meet the deductible, the plan covers some or all of your costs as outlined in your plan documents. There’s no separate deductible if mental health and substance use coverage is included under your employer’s medical plan.

A referral is required for Cigna to cover mental health services. Follow your employer’s medical plan requirements to make an appointment with a mental health professional. Your doctor, counselor, or therapist may also refer you and help you coordinate care or treatment. Check your plan documents for information about treatments because you may need prior approval from Cigna before you get the service to receive coverage under your plan.

Learn more about Cigna mental health coverage.

Cigna Therapists and Counselors

Lisa Curtain, PMHNP-BC

Boston

Massachusetts

My treatment philosophy centers around providing personalized and compassionate care to individuals struggling with mental health challenges. I believe in taking a holistic approach that considers the unique needs and experiences of each client. By fostering a collaborative and nonjudgmental therapeutic relationship, I aim to empower individuals to explore their strengths, overcome obstacles, a...

Jason Darden, MSN, PMHNP-BC

Charlotte

North Carolina

As a PMHNP-BC my treatment methodology typically involves a comprehensive approach that addresses the biological, psychological, social, and cultural aspects of mental health. Here’s an overview tailored to our practice: Collaborative Goal Setting, Medication Management, Assessment and Diagnosis, Patient Education and Empowerment, Evidence-based Practice, Self-Care and Professional Developmen...

Joshua Werblin, MD

Jacksonville

Florida

I offer an evidence-based medical practice that considers contemporary research and recent study trends. I adhere to the strict standards of care outlined by the American Psychiatric Association and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. While every effort is made to minimize polypharmacy, the goal of treatment is your well-being and mental health, not a number, a dose, or a ...
As a psychiatric provider, I approach patient care with empathy, compassion, and a commitment to personalized treatment. I believe in taking a holistic approach to mental health and value building trusting and collaborative relationships with my patients, where open communication and mutual respect are paramount. I strive to create a safe and non-judgmental space.

Emily Cassidy, LCPC

Chicago

Illinois

I meet clients where they are, and provide support and tools in a judgement-free manner. I enjoy helping my clients navigate through challenges that come up in their lives, and at the same time provide tools to help manage their mental health long-term. Using strategies based primarily on cognitive behavioral and mindfulness approaches, I provide a suggested framework to help my clients succeed...