Have you, your partner or loved one suffered from a trauma or an accident resulting in cognitive difficulties, or been diagnosed with a neurological illness?
Do any of these experiences apply to you, your partner or loved one?
- Experiencing difficulties thinking (e.g., attention, concentration, memory, problem-solving) that interfere with your regular tasks at home, school or work?
- Experiencing problems with impulse control that interfere with your functioning at home, school or work?
- Experiencing difficulties with learning following an accident or injury?
- Feeling emotionally distressed (e.g., sad, anxious, angry) after suffering an injury or brain trauma, or being diagnosed with a neurological illness?
Help Is Available
If you said yes to any of the above, you or your loved one might consider meeting with one of the highly trained mental health professionals in the Neuropsychology Treatment Service at CFIR. Our mental health professionals can support you to address your or your loved one’s concerns or difficulties related to neuropsychological functioning.
Help is available right now for you and your loved ones. We also offer video-based appointments to fit our clients’ needs.
How do we help you or your loved one improve neuropsychological functioning?
- Provide a confidential, compassionate and caring therapeutic relationship to help you access and explore distressing thoughts and emotions following an accident or trauma, or neurological illness diagnosis
- Offer you a comprehensive, individually-tailored assessment to understand your neuropsychological functioning and cognitive concerns, and co-occurring psychological, emotional and relationship difficulties
- Collaboratively set realistic and meaningful treatment goals to ensure your needs and concerns are addressed
- Use relevant scientific, evidence-based treatments to help you achieve your goals, including: Acceptance and Commitment, Cognitive-Behavioural, Mindfulness, Motivation Enhancement and Psychodynamic-Mentalization-Attachment-based and Systemic approaches
- Offer short and long-term treatment options based on your individual needs and goals
- Provide recommendations to other health professionals involved in your care (e.g., family physician, rehabilitation specialist)
- Identify referrals to other health professionals as needed
We provide comprehensive neuropsychological assessments to better understand the following concerns:
- Acquired brain injury (e.g., concussion, stroke, accident)
- Learning and vocational challenges (e.g., ADHD, learning disabilities)
- Major neurocognitive disorders (e.g., Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia)
- Physical and mental health diagnoses related to neuropsychological impairments
Find A Therapist
We have many mental health therapists at both our locations who offer this service. Please select a location below to see a list: