Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance for Counseling

BlueCross BlueShield

Good news! All therapists at Health for Life Counseling Grand Rapids and the Trauma-Informed Counseling Center of Grand Rapids are in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance. Note: We take ANY Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance plan from any of the 50 states including Michigan. We also take special Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance plans including Blue Cross Blue Shield Anthem Insurance, Blue Cross Blue Shield Messa Insurance, and Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Insurance. No matter what State (Illinois, California, Florida, even Maine!) your Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance is through—we accept it and we are in-network!

Using Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance with our Grand Rapids counselors is easy. Simply bring in your Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance card and complete the “new client” insurance form with your therapist. Once you do that, your counselor will make sure to use our secure service to submit your sessions to Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance.

Depending on your insurance plan, you may owe a copay, co-insurance, or a deductible fee at the time of your counseling session—this will be collected by your therapist at the end of session. You may use your HSA card at this time if you have one. Other times, Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance may pay for your counseling session completely depending on your insurance plan and you may owe nothing for the service. To understand more about your insurance plan, please contact Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance and ask them what they cover in terms of “Outpatient Counseling.”

Please note that Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance is actually a separate healthcare plan that is affiliated with Blue Care Network, but is not the same as Blue Care Network Insurance. Be sure to call your Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance representative to ask questions about using your insurance for counseling. If your Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance representative has questions, please have them reference your therapist’s name (or their Supervisor’s Name), and let them know that the official group name is “Intentional Counseling Grand Rapids LLC.” 

We look forward to serving you by providing excellent therapy services at this time, while accommodating your insurance plan. 

Counselors Who Accept Blue Cross Blue Shield

Alexa Bates

Serving Children, Families, Couples and Adults who are struggling to find a way through difficulties

Maxwell Schuiteman

EMDR, Strengths-Based, and Relational Therapy for Adults: Relationships, Men’s Issues, Trauma, etc.

K’Quiana Griffin-Knowling

EMDR, Empowerment, and Healing for all

Taylor Freund

Trauma Informed and Internal Family Systems informed Counseling for Adults

Kay Foster

Emotion-focused, Inclusive Counseling and EMDR Therapy

Nicole Cass

Sex therapist using creative Solutions and Trauma-Informed Counseling for Couples, Adults, and Teens

Jennifer McKinstry

Counseling and EMDR Therapy for Trauma, Depression, Anxiety, and Spiritual Issues

Margie Muñoz

Trauma Informed Counseling, Mindfulness-Based, and EMDR Therapy for Teens, and Adults

Katerina Guerrero

Empowering Your Journey: Culturally Inclusive, Integrative Therapy for Healing and Growth

Brendan Cole

EMDR for Performance & Trauma Recovery, Couples Therapy, Premarital Counseling

Melissa Wade

Strengths-Based, Solution Focused, and Resilience Therapies for Families, Children, Teens, and Individuals

James Love

Specializing in Adults, Men’s Issues, & Therapy with Children from a grounded, authentic, and non-judgemental perspective

Sarah Denick

Counseling & EMDR Therapy for Women

Kathryn Barcelona

Therapy for adults struggling with depression, anxiety, issues, substance use recovery, etc.

Paul Krauss – Clinical Director

Counseling, EMDR Therapy, & Solutions

Caley Weisgerber

Compassionate and Empowering Therapy for Deep Healing

Kori Crask

Trauma-Informed Counseling and EMDR Therapy for long-term healing

Elif Piromari

Strengths-Based and Trauma-Informed Therapy for Young Adults and More

Li0n0d0sey0 0Bea0ver

Trauma Informed Counseling & EMDR for Teens, Young Adults and Adults

Katy Sandison

Supportive Therapy for Anxiety, Deconstruction Issues, Life Transitions and More

Gabby Cook

Compassionate, Trauma-Informed Therapist for Adults on their Path of Self-Discovery and Growth

Amanda Miller

Guiding Teens and Adults to Recognize their Strengths; EMDR, DBT, and More

Ke0l0l0y B0e0nz0in

Therapy from an Intersectional Systems and Holistic Lens

Katy Jaramillo

Counseling and Art Therapy for Adults and Teens: Empowerment and Healing from Medical and Neurological Trauma + Existential Concerns

Brittani Decess

Counseling through a trauma-informed, inclusive, and equitable lens for individuals, relationships, and families.

Taylor Mize

Empowering Survivors to Heal and Use Their Voice

Dana Kennedy

Relational, trauma-informed, strengths-based therapy with a foundation of authenticity and hospitality to heal and grow

Thomcy Thomas

Multicultural, Client-Centered Therapy with a Mindfulness Approach - Fostering Self-Awareness and Empowerment in Adults

Shanna Beebe

A non-judgemental space for deep healing from trauma, abuse, and relationship wounds.

Josh Zheng

Empowering Counseling for All, EMDR Therapy, Internal Family Systems Therapy

Jonathan Swiftney

Culturally Sensitive & Holistic Counseling for Adults and Adolescents

Ashley Dykstra

CBT & EMDR Therapy for Children, Teens, Adults, and Families

Lauren Huisman-Woy

Serving Children, Teens, Families, and Adults with Compassionate Counseling including EMDR and TF-CBT

Billie Walters

Intuitive Counseling, EMDR Therapy, and Reiki

Natalie Julien

Integrative, Intuitive, Mindfulness-Based,Trauma-Informed Therapy for Women, Parents, & Young Adults

Michael Egan

Counseling that Empowers and Strengthens You

Anna Utter

EMDR, DBT Skills, and Trauma-Informed Therapy for Adults and Teens

Ben Zimmerman

Non-judgmental Therapy Space Focused on Personal Development and Empowerment

Megan Drizin

Telehealth Counseling for Women, Moms, and Couples

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