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As a result of a traffic accident or a work-related one, some symptoms may occur, such as fear, stress, insomnia, depression, loss of appetite, etc. Sometimes, when these symptoms persist and affect your quality of life, an appointment with a psychologist is recommended.

Post-traumatic stress disorder is defined by the fact that you are having trouble resuming the activity that caused the accident or trauma, for example, resuming driving or a specific work-related task or just work itself.

The psychologist’s intervention focuses on your psychological and emotional well-being by actively listening to your needs and, therefore, assists you in your process of introspection. The trauma-focused cognitive behavioral approach purpose is to:

  • Reduce the symptoms you experience through relaxation techniques;
  • Discuss your beliefs and perceptions that have changed since the trauma;
  • Perform trauma desensitization: relive the trauma by narrating your memories related to the accident and regain control of your emotional, cognitive and physical reactions;
  • Do exposure therapy: a very gradual approach to resume a traumatic activity. Example A: Gradual assistance while resuming driving. Example B: Return to work by first viewing a photo of the premises, possibly moving to the workplace, etc.


Our new online appointment system allows you to contact us 24 hours a day and submit your schedule and location preferences, significantly reducing waiting time. As soon as you are registered online, our call center will contact you shortly to schedule an appointment according to your availability.

For any questions regarding therapies in post-traumatic psychology, to find one of our nearest locations or to make an appointment with one of our psychologists, do not hesitate to contact our call center at 514-225-9520.