Find the Best Psychiatrists in Groton, MA

Choose from approximately 75 LifeStance psychiatrists that serve patients in Groton, Massachusetts. We are the largest behavioral care provider platform in the USA. Our psychiatrists see patients in 30 local offices in Massachusetts and also provide virtual appointments throughout the state.

Find the best psychiatrist near you in Groton, Massachusetts, by choosing from approximately 70 local and 5 online psychiatry providers in Groton, Massachusetts. LifeStance practices represent the largest behavioral care provider platform in the USA. Our highly rated licensed psychiatrists see patients in 30 mental health clinics in Massachusetts and also provide online psychiatry services. LifeStance psychiatrists specialize in treating a range of mental healthcare issues, including depression, ADHD, anxiety, trauma, adjustment disorders, bipolar disorder, autism, and addictions, in Groton, Massachusetts.

Find the best LifeStance psychiatrists in Groton, Massachusetts. Search our psychiatrist directory to find a doctor that specializes in treating a range of mental health care issues, including depression, ADHD, anxiety, trauma, adjustment disorders, bipolar disorder, autism, and addictions.

Whenever you need a psychiatrist to diagnose a mental health disorder for you or a family member or to start a treatment for a condition you have already been diagnosed with, you will find a LifeStance doctor within our network.

Find a LifeStance psychiatrist in Groton, Massachusetts who specializes in your presenting concerns.

Read more FAQS below about how to find a LifeStance psychiatrist in Groton, Massachusetts.

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About the City

Groton, Massachusetts, is a picturesque New England town nestled in Middlesex County. With a population of around 11,000, Groton boasts a diverse community of residents. The town is known for its historic neighborhoods, each with its own distinct character. From the quaint and cozy homes in the center of town to the sprawling estates on the outskirts, Groton offers a range of housing options. What sets Groton apart is its commitment to preserving its rich history. The town is home to numerous historical sites, including the Groton School and the Groton Historical Society. Groton's unique blend of history, community, and natural beauty make it a truly special place to call home.

Neighborhoods in the City

Groton, Massachusetts is home to several distinct neighborhoods. These include West Groton, which offers a peaceful suburban atmosphere with beautiful homes and a close-knit community. East Groton boasts a mix of residential and commercial areas, providing residents with convenient amenities. The Lost Lake neighborhood is known for its scenic lake views and recreational activities. Finally, the Groton Center neighborhood features historic buildings and a quaint downtown area, perfect for exploring local shops and restaurants.

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FAQs about how to find a LifeStance psychiatrist in Groton, Massachusetts

Yes, most Massachusetts health insurance carriers provide mental health benefits that cover psychiatrist visits, including the initial evaluation and regular sessions (check-ins). However, the exact amount of coverage will vary based on the insurance plan details and whether the selected provider is in-network or out-of-network with your insurance. Just like any other medical professional, if the psychiatrist is in-network with your insurance, you’ll pay only a copay at each session after meeting your annual deductible. If the psychiatrist is out-of-network with your insurance, you may still be able to receive reimbursement after paying the fee.

We work with: MultiPlan (PHCS), Optum (UnitedHealthcare), Partners Direct Health, Provider Network of America (PNOA), Sana Benefits, Aetna, Centivo, Evernorth (Cigna), Humana, MediNcrease Health Plans (MHP), Tufts, Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), ComPsych, Carelon (Beacon), MassHealth, Behavioral Health Systems (BHS) and Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA).

If you have a PPO or POS insurance plan (or so called “open access” plans), you can likely receive some reimbursement when you see a psychiatrist out-of-network in Massachusetts.

If you have an HMO, EPO, or Medicaid/Medicare plan, you likely cannot receive reimbursement, and would be responsible for the full out-of-network session fee. LifeStance accepts most of the commercial health insurance plans.