- Psychotherapeutic Treatment after Brain Injury:
Providing brain-behaviour education so that individuals better understand their strengths and weaknesses.
Facilitating awareness, adaptation, and the ability to effectively manage impairments in daily life activities and roles.
Supporting the injured person's redevelopment of personal identity and meaning.
Teaching mindfulness techniques (i.e., breathwork, yoga, meditation) to improve coping and enhance brain function related to attention and emotion regulation
Addressing concurrent mental health issues that arise in context of brain injury (e.g., depression, anxiety, chronic pain, PTSD).
- Cognitive Rehabilitation:
Develop and monitor cognitive rehabilitation plans for children and adults.
Collaborating with clients to develop strategies so that they can effectively manage the cognitive demands of their life, especially related to work and school re-entry.
- Neurobehavioural Intervention:
Use a "think brain first" approach to understand and develop intervention strategies to address behaviour problems that arise following brain injury.
Provide behaviour training and consultation services to families, schools, and programs who work with individuals living with brain injury.
- Adult and Pediatric Neuropsychological Assessment:
To provide objective evidence regarding the presence or absence of cognitive impairments and/or neurobehavioural deficits due to brain injury, disease, or other factors.
To support rehabilitation planning.
To monitor recovery following brain injury.
To address specific questions (e.g., ability to drive, readiness for return to work/school, assessment of risk arising from TBI impairments).
"What to Expect During a Neuropsychological Assessment"
- Family and Community Education about Concussion and Brain Injury.
- General counselling in the context of injury and recovery (e.g., personal stress, role change, acceptance, personal growth, meaning).
Psychological Treatments to help improve stress management, resilience, and relaxation.
Collaborating with client to identify specific goals that will enhance their abilities to be effective in interpersonal and vocational leisure roles.
Exploring the use of yoga and mindfulness techniques to enhance well-being.
- Workshop and In-House Training Services.
- Medical-Legal Consultations and Assessments.
Our services are provided on a fee-for-service basis. Sources of funding include Statutory Accident Benefits (SABS) through auto insurers, WSIB, extended health benefits and self pay. Note that some extended health carriers require a referral from a medical doctor.
An initial free 30 minute consultation can be arranged to determine possible avenues for addressing treatment needs and funding for treatment.