Frequently Asked Questions from Providers
Who are the Claremont providers?
The Claremont Network consists of experienced Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFTs), Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs), Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWs), and/or Psychologists (PH.Ds). Claremont providers are in private practice and maintain their own schedules. We value diversity and our network includes all necessary clinical specialties.
What is the admission process for becoming a provider?
Providers are accepted on our panel by invitation only. Prospective providers can contact Claremont at 888-699-7675 to request a provider application package, or complete our Contact Us form. We review all applications and will contact qualified providers to complete the application process.
Why should a provider consider joining Claremont’s network?
- No management of EAP visits
- Timely payment
- Streamlined paperwork
- Masters’ level counselors answer our phones
- Collegial approach
- Provider-friendly referral process
What are Claremont’s expectations of providers?
We view our providers as trusted partners. We rely on your professional expertise and clinical judgment in working toward our common goal of providing the best possible clinical services to our clients.
Does Claremont provide language assistance?
Yes. If you need interpreter services when you call us or when you get covered Services, please let us know. Interpreter services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at no cost to you. For more information on the interpreter services we offer, please call our Contact Center at (800) 834-3773.