Psychology

The psychologist's role is not so much to help individuals as to help them help themselves. Psychologists encourage autonomy and provide patients with the tools to develop self-reliance at their own pace and according to their own priorities and values. 

We offer support to all individuals, whether physically injured or not, most often within an interdisciplinary physical rehab program. Working together as a team, we take into account the physical and psychological aspects of the rehabilitation process, based on the rehab program's objectives.

Individuals seeking our psychology services may be experiencing the following difficulties, for which assistance is offered: 

  • Post-traumatic stress
  • Chronic pain
  • Fatigue
  • Low spirits, depression
  • Anxiety
  • Lack of motivation, feelings of meaninglessness or emptiness
  • Brain injury
  • Physical limitations
  • Self-image (physical limitations, lifestyle changes)
  • Feelings of uselessness (concerns about resuming work or other occupations)
  • Bodily aspects of psychological difficulties (somatization)
  • Grieving
  • Relationship difficulties 
  • Guilt, shame
  • Suicidal ideation or suicide attempts
  • Domestic violence 
  • Family difficulties 
  • Feelings of anger or injustice
  • Isolation, loneliness
  • Drug and/or alcohol use
  • Health concerns
  • Social anxiety 
  • Sleep disorders

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