Our experienced psychologists and psychotherapists understand the challenges that the survivor would face after an accident. We assess the psychological impact of motor vehicle accidents (MVA) and ensuing trauma. Our psychotherapists help clients adjust life changes, manage somatic pains, and recover from mood disorders including travel anxiety, depression, and PTSD.
Therapy can help treat mental, emotional, physical, and behavioral issues. Concerns that will be discussed in therapy.
MVA therapy sessions often last from 45 to 50 minutes. If you are a new client, you will be provide a free intake for 30 minutes before you meet your therapist, which helps us to know about you and helps you understand the terms of our service, as well as sign service contract and consent form.
Many kinds of mental health professionals provide therapy. The standards for becoming a therapist usually depend on a state’s licensing board. Therapists often have a master’s or doctoral degree. They may also have specific training in psychological counseling. Students working toward an advanced degree may provide therapy with direction from a licensed supervisor.
Therapists can have many titles. These are based on their level of education, training, and role. They can work as licensed professional counselors (LPC), psychologists, licensed marriage and family therapists (LMFT), licensed clinical social workers (LCSW), psychiatric nurses, or psychiatrists.
In LingYu, We think it’s really important that our psychotherapists have a mixture of therapy skills and human qualities that mean you can place your trust in them. We interview every potential partner in person before we agree to work with them, as well as carrying out rigorous background checks.