Solutions en Réadaptation psychologists have the abilities to perform evaluations and psychological follow-ups for clients with a variety of problems: persistent pain, depression, adjustment disorders, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders, etc.
The psychological evaluation helps to identify the presence of psychological aspects that can undermine rehabilitation and a return to former activities, including work. Evaluation and monitoring, if necessary, are conducted by a psychologist with advanced knowledge in his field, namely in terms of pain management, anxiety disorders, depressive symptoms, etc.
For physical health problems, psychological help is provided by a psychologist or psychotherapist, depending on the situation, to address the psychological barriers to the rehabilitation or return to work if necessary, or to help the individual adapt to functional limits or persistent pain. Monitoring aims to support the person’s rehabilitation process and helps to ensure that he has the tools needed to reach his goals.
For mental health problems, psychological monitoring is provided to support the person and help him find concrete tools to overcome his problem, using a cognitive behavioural approach.