When you see a therapist through Headway, you'll pay more like $20 – $50 rather than the standard $200 – $300. Enter your insurance details to get an exact price.
Save money on therapy using your insurance plan’s mental health benefits. Find therapists who accept your insurance through Headway.
Enter your insurance details to see how much you’ll pay out-of-pocket for therapy.
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No unexpected bills or rejected insurance claims. You only pay us what you owe, after the session. We’ll handle the rest.
Most therapists don't accept insurance. With Headway, you can use your Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, United, Cigna, Oscar, and Oxford insurance plans to pay for therapy with more insurance partners coming soon.
Does my insurance cover therapy?
How much will my therapy session cost?
How do I find a therapist who accepts my insurance?
What insurance networks are accepted on Headway?
Therapists on Headway currently accept Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Cigna, Oscar, Oxford, United Healthcare, and all Optum affiliates. If we’re not taking your insurance yet, keep an eye out. We’re growing quickly and partnering with even more insurance companies to bring affordable mental health care to everyone.
Please note: if your plan is affiliated with Medicaid or Medicare, we will not be able to accept your insurance at this time. Reach out to us if you’re looking for some resources. We’re happy to send over some options that work with your plan.
Why do I need to add my payment information?
Your payment information is required to book a session, but you won’t be charged until after the session has occurred. Before the session, your payment information is only used to ensure that session payments and no-show fees can be collected.
If your sessions are covered entirely by insurance, we still ask for a payment method in case of any cancellation fees, which are always communicated ahead of time.
Do I have to pay to use Headway?
Find your therapist from our diverse community of 4,000+ mental health care providers that take your insurance.