Psychological Assessment for Personal Injury

This type of psychological assessment is usually necessary when a personal injury has occurred to a child or adult and suspected to result in neurocognitive damage (i.e., decline in memory, attention, reasoning, decision-making, orientation in space, etc.) or emotional impairment (i.e., trauma, PTSD, depression, suicidality, aggression, sexual disfunction, anxiety, etc.).

Examples of referrals include:
• Head injury or concussion
• Chronic pain
• Employment absence/stress
• Dog bite injuries
• FGM/FGC (Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting)
• Sexual abuse/assault
• Injuries at a work site
• Car/traffic accidents
• And many other events…

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