Some psychological services are covered by the National Health Insurance House, under the conditions outlined in HG no. 400/2014, HG 205/2015. This means that your GP can refer you to a psychologist or psychiatrist.
Starting with 2014, the national health system covers a number of psychological services, including: diagnosis, psychological counselling, individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy etc.
– Referral letter from your GP or another specialist who has a contract with the National Health Insurance House. The referral letter must be for psychiatry and needs to have been issued within maximum 30 days before the consultation date;
– The referral letter will be addressed to doctors who have signed a collaboration contract with a psychologist for the provision of psychological services, and these services will be provided free of charge based on a request, i.e. a medical letter, from these specialists (in some cases, the doctors can also be specialised in neurology or diabetes, not just psychiatry, depending on the patient);
– Health card attesting that you are insured by the Social Insurance System;
– ID card.