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Why do you need a Psychotherapist Who Specializes In Rehabilitation after a Significant Automobile Accident or Injury It usually costs nothing to the injured party and costs...
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Helping people find answers to complex, sometimes overwhelming challenges. Helping clients deal with insurers, and insurers deal with complex cases. Providing psychotherapy interventions and case management to insurers.
- Most interventions covered by insurance
- Individual, couples, adult, adolescents
- Specializing in cognitive behavioural, solution-focused, and N.L.P. interventions
- Assistance injury, disability, adjustment issues
In practice a serious injury requires a large group of heath practitioners. In serious injury cases there are often several physicians, an occupational therapy, a physiotherapist, a rehabilitation therapist, a speech language pathologist, social worker and or psychologist or counseling interventions needed.
It is important that the best treatment team be created for each individual's needs and that communication and planning be coordinated between all involved.
- Brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Chronic pain and return to work issues
- Loss of earning capacity reports
- Cost of future care assessments
The intent of vocational rehabilitation is to assist an injured party return to work in the most appropriate and expeditious manner possible. If the injury and the recovery process is protracted the job the person had prior to the accident is often no longer available to them.
The insurer is not responsible for obtaining employment for an individual. The insurer's decision to continue benefits rests on whether the injured person can return to work in their own position or, after the 104 week post accident period, in a position "...for which he or she is reasonably suited by education, training or experience;" (SABS as of 2007-06-14).
- Assessment (does not include psychometric assessments)
- Career exploration
- Job preparation assistance
- Labour market surveys
- Job search assistance
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