MVA Psychological Assessment
Individuals who have been in motor vehicle accidents (MVA) often experience significant physical, emotional, and mental health issues in the aftermath that negatively influence their regular daily activities, such as their ability to work or engage in social activities. They may develop feelings of depression, anxiety, fear of driving, among various issues. We offer MVA psychological assessments to determine whether individuals who have been in an accident require psychotherapy treatment.
How does it work?
The assessment includes an interview and several objective psychometric measures. If the assessment indicates that psychological treatment is required, a treatment plan will be submitted to your automobile insurance company for approval. Once approved, you can start working with a specialist through the treatment plan.