Health Choice Online Therapy in Oklahoma

Does Health Choice cover online counseling?

What if I don't want to see a counselor with Edmond Counseling. How do I find an online therapist that takes Health Choice?

Health Choice online therapy in Oklahoma

Simply go to the New Client Page and follow the steps!

                     Edmond Counseling

                                       ​​& Professional Development, LLC                                              

1320 East 9th Street, Suite 6, Edmond, Ok. 73034              Phone- (405) 440- 3034     Fax- (405) 531-9386


First, contact Health Choice to see if they have a list of Health Choice mental health counselors who indicate that they conduct online therapy.

The second best option is to go to Psychology Today's Therapists Finder. From there, you can search therapists by insurance company and see if they have indicated that they conduct online counseling sessions.

With the rise of COVID-19. Most counselors are moving to online therapy.

Ready to start online counseling?

Most likely yes. Most of Health Choice plans cover online counseling. However, it is important for you to call Health Choice to ask about your specific plan to make sure that online therapy is covered. If it is covered, you most likely will have the same benefits as you would if you were to see a therapists in-person.

Despite having insurance, some insurance plans can still have a high out of pocket cost. Our online therapy session rates are lower than many other mental health provider's in-person rates.

At Edmond Counseling and Professional Development, we will Health Choice and find out your online counseling benefits for you. We will then inform you of the information we have received before scheduling your first online counseling session.

If I live in Oklahoma, do I need to see an Oklahoma counselor?

Most states require that the licensed counselors in those states provide professional counseling to that state's residents only. As the situation with COVID-19 evolves that mandate may eventually be waived by some states. But, generally, the answer is yes. If you are a resident of Oklahoma you will need to be seen by a professional counselor who is licensed as a mental health therapist in the state of Oklahoma.