In the wake of Monday's terror attack on the Boston Marathon, insurers are offering their help.

Cigna and Aetna said Tuesday they were opening up free telephone consultations to help people deal with trauma and grief related to the Monday attacks.

Cigna's behavioral health unit is offering consultations for the next two weeks, putting callers in touch with qualified clinicians who are skilled at helping people cope with traumatic events.

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