I have called my insurance co. to find out that therapy for mental illness is covered. I'm sure it is only a certain % but anyhow. In order for my benefits to kick in, I have to use a doctor off of their preffered list.I don't want to just close my eyes and randomly pick a doctor. Is there a process I shuld go through to get a "good" therapist. Also, what do I tell them my issues are? I mean I'm sure majority of doctors don;t recognize "love addiction" a mental or emotional problem. What do i tell them I think my problem is?
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