Generally speaking, you are entitled to receive disability benefits, even if your disability is caused primarily by a mental health condition (such as depression, anxiety, panic disorder, PTSD, etc.), though there may be associated limitations.

It’s worth noting that some plans are extremely strict and actually exclude all mental health conditions from qualification for benefits altogether, but this is quite uncommon — most plans have a basic provision known as the “mental or nervous condition” limitation. This limitation entitles you to disability benefits for a 24-month period, after which you will no longer be entitled to receive further benefits.