We offer psychology services for clients and workers with psychosocial and mental health issues who are demonstrating difficulty coping following injury, accident or illness.
Our psychologists work to support clients dealing with chronic pain, injury, trauma, and disability, with the goal to maximize their health, independence, functional abilities, social role participation and return to work. Treatment is aligned with return-to-work goals and may include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), pain management, sleep hygiene and development of coping skills.
Psychology support for Work Hardening & Reconditioning programs:
Psychological services are available for clients in our Work Hardening or Reconditioning programs when psychosocial barriers that may prevent a return to work are identified. A psychologist works with these individuals to help them manage a client’s pain, sleep, post-traumatic stress and other emotional disturbances.
They may also work with clients prior to them entering the work hardening or reconditioning when significant psychological barriers may prevent participation in these programs. Weekly team meetings ensure that all team members are aware of appropriate approaches to use in moving clients forward with their return to work and resumption of daily living activities.
Psychological services are available for anyone requiring individual psychotherapy.