The Center for Cognitive Therapy, St. Louis, Inc. provides treatment for those suffering from a variety of emotional issues, including depression, anxiety, family, marital, aging, and childhood problems. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has been found by research to be one of the most effective treatment modalities. The Center's director, Donald F. Sloane, LCSW, has over 30 years of clinical experience, has taught at Washington University in the graduate school for 17 years from 1990 through 2006, and now trains therapists throughout the United States.
The Center for CBT accepts many major insurance plans. Donald F. Sloane is a provider for Medicare, Medicaid, Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aetna, Carpenter's Health & Welfare, Cigna, Magellan, Mercy Health Plans, Value Options, to name just a few.
Please Call for an appointment
Donald F. Sloane, LCSW, Director
Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
14380 Ladue Road
Chesterfield, MO 63017
New Patients: Please see 'services' page for New Patient Registration Forms, directions, & important information pertaining to first time appointments and other relevant office policies.
To set up an appointment, please call the office at 314-576-4900.
INSURANCE NEWS UPDATE 2016
We have been added to a few more insurance networks so that we can offer services to patients who have these plans, including those enrolled in plans under the Affordable Care Act.
New plans include:
United Healthcare (including United Behavioral Health UBH)
We remain in network with:
Anthem and the family of Blue Cross/Blue Shield plans, including Federal plans
BJC Behavioral Health
Magellan Behavioral Health
Medicare (some proprietary plans may not be covered)
- New 2014 copay amount= $19.21
MO Medicaid (some proprietary plans may not be covered)
- MO HealthNet
- Healthcare USA
Tricare/Healthnet Federal Services/CHAMPVA (Military)
US Behavioral Health
Employee Assistance Plans include:
Magellan Life Resources
Personal Assistance Services (PAS)
We may also be members of others plans. Please discuss any of your insurance questions with us.
Don Sloane has also started a blog. The purpose is for people to get information about Mindfulness in Daily Life. There are both short stories and brief teachings on Mindfulness practice.
To view blog entries, please visit http://blog.cbt-stl.com.
Your comments are welcome.