Did you know that your health insurance company might cover the costs of your treatment? Many health insurance policies can be invoiced directly for talking therapy or psychiatry sessions and you will never have to pay for the sessions yourself. Call your insurance company and ask if they will cover your treatment.
Some people that could benefit from therapy are put off by the long NHS referral times and the expense of turning to private health care. However, health insurance can cover the complete cost of therapy treatments.
Recognising the important role therapy can play in recovery and wellbeing, insurers are increasingly including them in their policies. Therapy can be used for a range of purposes, as either standalone treatment or to complement other medical treatment being given. Insurance can give you access to treatment options that might otherwise have been inaccessible to you, aiding your overall health.
It’s not just niche health insurance companies that can cover therapy treatment either, among the leading insurers AVIVA, Cigna, Vitality Health, Bupa, WPA, Allianz, and Axa PPP, all offer a level of cover within some of their policies. As a result, it’s worthwhile calling your health insurance provider to see if your agreement covers therapy if there’s a treatment that you could benefit from.
How Can I Access Therapy Via Insurance In London?
If you would like to talk to someone about therapy via insurance, please get in touch with us at the Private Therapy Clinic by telephone at: 020 38871738for a free confidential chat or book online to arrange an appointment.
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Therapy via Health insurance was last modified: October 18th, 2017 by Private Therapy Clinic