Thriveworks, founded in 2008, is a leading mental health provider of therapy and psychiatry. We offer in-person and online care, with 380+ offices and 2,000+ providers across the US.
As a clinician-founded and clinician-led organization, we set out to make therapy work better for everyone: providing best-practice care to our clients and creating a supportive environment our clinicians can thrive in. Together, in a collaborative therapeutic relationship, our clients and clinicians work through a variety of mental health challenges from depression to anxiety, trauma, stress, relationship issues, and more.
To continuously provide the best care and experience to our clients, we actively remove standard barriers to getting mental health help, from costly out-of-pocket fees to long wait times. At Thriveworks, you can cover most of the cost of therapy with insurance; we accept 575+ plans, covering 180 million Americans. In addition, you can meet with a provider as soon as this week, if not the same or next day.
Most importantly, you’ll get real results here — schedule an appointment with one of our providers and be on your way to living a happier, more fulfilling life. Scheduling is easy – either call us or book an appointment directly on our website.
Frequently Asked Questions
What services does Thriveworks offer?
While Thriveworks offers a broad range of mental health services, our main services include individual therapy, child & teen counseling, couples & marriage counseling, family therapy, and psychiatry/medication management. We provide therapy sessions both in person and by video, while our psychiatry/medication management sessions are done exclusively by video.
How is Thriveworks different from other mental health practices?
We work to provide both the highest quality of mental health services to our clients and a supportive community for our clinicians. We’re removing barriers to care for our clients by accepting insurance, covering 1 in 2 insured Americans across the country; offering help when and where our clients need it — within the same week of scheduling, in person or online; supporting our clients throughout their journey with us by phone and email 7 days a week; and taking great care of our clinicians so they can provide the very best care to each client.
How much does Thriveworks cost?
Clients who use insurance often only owe a co-pay per session – with $0-$50 being the most common. However, the exact cost of our services varies, based on your payment method (insurance or self-pay) and your insurance plan’s specific benefits if you’re using insurance or your provider’s specific self-pay rate if you’re choosing to self-pay.
Does Thriveworks accept insurance?
Yes, we accept most insurances and are proud to cover 180 million Americans across the country including UnitedHealthcare, Humana, BlueCross BlueShield, Aetna, Cigna, TUFTS, Tricare, Medicare, and more.
How many members:
Thriveworks has 2,000+ mental health professionals on our team including 1,800+ therapy providers and 200+ psychiatric providers.
Who you serve
We help individuals (adults, kids, and teens), couples, and families live better. We offer individual therapy, child & teen counseling, couples & marriage counseling, family therapy, and psychiatry/medication management.
Through their work with one of our therapists or psychiatric providers, our clients learn to better manage their specific challenges from anxiety to depression, trauma, relationship issues, ADHD, and more. And in turn, they live happier, more fulfilling lives.
What states are you in
We offer mental health services in 49 states (and DC) – Vermont is the only state we do not currently offer services in.
How you deliver therapy
We provide therapy sessions both in person (at 380+ offices across the US) and by video, while our psychiatry/medication management sessions are done exclusively by video.
Our providers utilize a wide range of evidence-based approaches to care including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing, EMDR therapy, and many more — they deliver treatment plans that work best for each individual client’s needs and preferences.