Therapists In-Network with United Healthcare in Rhode Island

United Healthcare is a common health insurance in Rhode Island, and individuals who have United Healthcare may wish to find therapists who are in-network with their health insurance.

When you see a therapist who is in-network with United Healthcare, each session you’ll pay only a copay, which typically ranges from $0-$75/session. Depending on your plan, you may first need to pay the provider’s full session fee until you meet your annual deductible, which is the total amount of medical expenses required before your health insurance starts to cover costs. Some plans cover the cost of in-network therapy sessions before the deductible is met; to verify whether your specific plan covers therapy sessions and at what rate, visit the United Healthcare website or call the number on the back of your insurance card and ask about your coverage for outpatient mental health.

Find vetted therapists in Rhode Island who are in-network with United Healthcare below. Visit their profiles to watch an introductory video and book a free initial call to find a good fit!


Michael  O'Mara

Michael O'Mara

355 Hope Street, Providence, RI, 02906

Online Sessions, RI

In-network with United Healthcare
Waitlist available online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $150 per session

My approach is to tailor therapy to the individual, rather than imposing a particular way on them. A lot of people have misconceptions about what therapy is or isn't, and I always encourage clients to ask if they have any questions regarding what therapy will entail or concerns about past experiences with therapy. Unlike with other professionals like lawyers and plumbers, with therapy, your relationship with your therapist is the most important part of the work, and I encourage clients to be open about what is or is not working, and what we can do differently to help you grow.


Andrew  Leonard

Andrew Leonard

Online Sessions, RI

In-network with United Healthcare
Accepting new clients online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $75 - $150 per session

Coming into therapy can be an extremely difficult decision. As such, the respect and appreciation I have for the courage it takes to reach out for help and to allow yourself to be vulnerable in therapy is immeasurable. The responsibility that comes along with this as a psychotherapist is something I will never take lightly or lose sight of. Therefore, I am 100% committed to the work we undergo together and will always aspire to offer a treatment environment in which you feel comfortable, respected, and valued at all times by a competent and empathic professional.

Our work together will always be a collaborative effort. If you find that you are having trouble believing in yourself, know that I do, and that we will work to get you to the point where you do as well. I truly believe that every human being is capable of making positive, meaningful changes, even when it may be challenging to believe this initially—all it takes is a small amount of willingness and open-mindedness to build upon. The fact that you are even reading this right now shows that you have both of these already.

Whenever you feel ready, please do not hesitate to reach out to chat a bit about any questions you may have or just to see if we are the right fit.


Anthony  Parente

Anthony Parente

Online Sessions, RI

In-network with United Healthcare
Accepting new clients online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $150 per session

We all hope for happiness, joy and success in our lives, but sometimes life has a way of undermining our plans. Whether it’s personal loss, struggling with depression, or reaching a crossroad in your life, sometimes it all feels too overwhelming to face alone. Though we live in a culture that encourages independence, I believe there is power in community, and strength in seeking support, for no one person has all the answers.

My approach to therapy is a collaborative process. Your path is unique to you, so when we begin our work I join you on your journey as we explore possibilities and develop solutions together. Your relationship with your therapist is central to the success of your treatment. If you are ready we can work together to make the changes toward a more fulfilling life.


Jessica  Reis-Driscoll

Jessica Reis-Driscoll

Online Sessions, RI

873 Warwick Avenue, Warwick, RI, 02888

In-network with United Healthcare
Waitlist available in-person & online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $100 - $150 per session

I want you to know that I care deeply about your happiness and well-being. I am committed to providing therapeutic services that are supportive, non-judgemental and that focus on your strengths. I also understand that finding a therapist who best meets your needs and with whom you feel connected and supported can be an overwhelming and challenging process. I am here to help guide and support you in the navigation of this journey. I know that you have very unique needs so I individually tailor treatment interventions. I want you to feel heard, your feelings and experiences validated and to have a safe environment in which to do so.


Shannon  Reynolds

Shannon Reynolds

172 Taunton Avenue, East Providence, RI, 02914

Online Sessions, RI

In-network with United Healthcare
Waitlist available in-person & online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $75 per session

Life can be challenging: relationships, life changes, routine experiences can be distressful and even traumatic. It often helps to get a deeper perspective on your distress and how it affects not only your emotions but your mind, body and spirit as well. I will help you take a holistic and even artistic approach to whatever you bring to therapy. Together we'll explore who you are and empower that person to take on life's stressors with a new and powerful outlook!


Mike  Slavit

Mike Slavit

777 North Main Street, Providence, RI, 02904

Online Sessions, RI

In-network with United Healthcare
Accepting new clients online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $60 - $110 per session

Understanding how my clients make sense of their world is of utmost importance. I use a variety of methods depending on the client and the problem. For instance, I rely on expressive therapy to help with unresolved grief, whereas I use mainly behavior therapy for tension reduction. Above all, I check frequently with my clients to be sure the methods I am employing are meeting their needs.
I have been helping clients with relaxation for 35 years, and I have continually refined my methods. I have in many instances helped clients to experience deep relaxation when they had failed in prior attempts, and I always try to balance challenge and support.


Rhode Island Hospital Adult Partial Program

Rhode Island Hospital Adult Partial Program

593 Eddy Street, Providence, RI, 02903

167 Point Street, Providence, RI, 02903

Online Sessions, RI

In-network with United Healthcare
Accepting new clients online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $0 per session

The Adult Partial Hospital Program at Rhode Island Hospital provides intensive, short-term treatment designed for individuals with acute psychiatric concerns. After completing a day of treatment, individuals return home for the evening. This minimizes disruption to their daily routines, maintains uninterrupted support of family and friends, and facilitates learning by encouraging immediate practice of newly acquired skills.

We believe that patients should have ample opportunity to speak with a specialist; therefore, patients are seen for individual sessions every day. We offer telephone consultation and send a detailed report to primary care physicians and outpatient behavioral health providers to help them provide their patients with the most informed and complete care and facilitate the transition to outpatient care after leaving the program.

Please note the Program requires a referral from a provider, which may include an outpatient mental health professional, primary care provider, emergency room, or hospital. Download the referral form here. For questions, please call 401-444-2128.


United Paths

United Paths

110 Armistice Boulevard, Pawtucket, RI, 02860

Online Sessions, RI

In-network with United Healthcare
Waitlist available online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $90 - $120 per session

United Paths is a boutique clinical practice that provides services to children, teenagers (13-18), young adults/college students, adults, parents, couples, families, and older adults.
Clinicians at United Paths utilize a number of treatment options, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness practices, and more.


Anna  Berin

Anna Berin

193 Waterman Street, Providence, RI, 02906

Online Sessions, RI

61 Main Street, Blackstone, MA, 01504

In-network with United Healthcare
Waitlist available in-person & online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $160 per session

It can be very helpful to have a professionally trained mental health practitioner who is empathic and non-judgmental be the one with whom you share your thoughts and feelings. I provide constructive feedback while being able to hold space for you to explore your process and to develop solutions. I encourage you to be yourself and I do not take for grated your trust in the therapeutic relationship.


Amanda  Vaughn

Amanda Vaughn

325 Angell Street, Providence, RI, 02906

Online Sessions, RI

In-network with United Healthcare
Waitlist available online
Out-of-pocket-fees: $150 per session

For expecting or new parents: The transition into parenthood can bring many joys and challenges. The wish to have a baby can be a powerful driving force in a man or woman’s life. Struggles with fertility can lead to depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, isolation, and physical symptoms. A vicious cycle begins: fertility struggles increase depression and anxiety, and depression and anxiety have been linked to decreased fertility.
Preparing for parenthood is also a large task. Women and couples with a history of anxiety, depression, difficulty making major life adjustments, relational conflicts, loss and grief may also seek out therapy as they prepare to become parents.
Postpartum depression is the most common pregnancy complication. When the joy of motherhood is replaced by feelings of sadness, fear, hopelessness and anxiety both mother and baby are at risk. Postpartum depression can interfere with a mother’s ability to take care of and connect with her baby. I have received post-graduate training to diagnose and treat postpartum depression and other perinatal mood disorders.
And finally, the journey to parenthood can also involve grief and loss. Miscarriage, still birth, and other complications bring a profound form of heartache. Therapy can ease and address these issues.


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How to use United Healthcare for therapy in Rhode Island

Does United Healthcare cover therapy in Rhode Island?

Yes, nearly all United Healthcare plans cover therapy in Rhode Island for mental health and behavioral health conditions. However, the rate of coverage depends on your particular plan and the provider you’re seeing.

How much does therapy cost in Rhode Island with a United Healthcare plan?

The cost of sessions depends on your plan’s coverage, and whether you’re seeing a therapist who is in- or out-of-network with United Healthcare.

When you see a therapist who is in-network with United Healthcare, after you’ve met your plan’s annual deductible, you’ll pay only a copay at each session. Most United Healthcare copays range from $0-$75.

You can find out how much your copay and deductible are by looking at your summary of benefits or contacting the insurance company directly.

What types of therapy does United Healthcare cover?

As with most health insurances, United Healthcare covers many types of therapy provided by clinicians who are licensed in Rhode Island. Clinicians may use a range of therapeutic approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and supportive therapy.

For United Healthcare to cover sessions in Rhode Island, you must be seeking care to treat a diagnosable mental health condition, such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, eating disorders, and substance use disorders.

What types of therapy does United Healthcare not cover?

United Healthcare does not cover services related to mental health challenges that do not meet diagnosable criteria, which may include couples counseling, life coaching, career coaching, or sessions lasting for a longer duration than clinically indicated.

Using United Healthcare to pay for therapy in Rhode Island may mean certain limitations to care, such as a limited number of covered sessions or adherence to a designated session length. Therapy services beyond that which insurances typically cover may require prior authorization, or be paid for out-of-pocket.

How do I find United Healthcare therapists in Rhode Island?

If you are in Rhode Island, you can find in-network United Healthcare therapists on Zencare. Therapists are quality-vetted, and you can watch introductory videos, check up-to-date availability, and book a free call to find a good fit!