Psychological Therapy Can Help You Recover from a Motor Vehicle Accident

Motor vehicle accidents can cause psychological harm, even without physical injuries. At PsychSolutions, we work with many MVA clients in a variety of ways to support your recovery from psychological trauma.

A key element of any psychotherapy lies in determining the most effective therapy approaches and timing to aid in your recovery. Each of us responds to an MVA in different ways—there is no right way or wrong way. Our therapists are experts in assessing your needs, the severity of your trauma, how long you will need therapy for, and more. MVAs have many faces and many consequences. Your therapist will work with you to support your overall well-being, addressing your individual needs and recovery goals.

We work closely with injury lawyers, motor vehicle insurance companies, and family doctors to ensure you receive the best possible care. If you have access to an extended health benefit plan, we work with you to draw on those benefits as needed.

Our support for your MVA therapy is comprehensive and diverse, ensuring a safe and helpful environment for you.

How We Can Help You

  1. Coping Strategies

    Our therapists can guide you in developing strategies that help you manage the psychological impact of the accident on you. These include relaxation exercises, strategies to deal with anxiety, and strategies to manage stress.

  2. Pain Management

    If you have suffered physical injuries that have left you with pain, that often creates emotional distress. Our therapists can help you learn techniques for managing your pain and improving your quality of life.

  3. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

    If you have developed PTSD, therapies like EMDR, CBT, or Neurofeedback can help you overcome it. Our therapists work with you to determine the most effective treatment approach for you.

  4. Emotional Support

    MVAs generate a wide range of emotional responses, from anger and anxiety through guilt and fear to depression. We create a safe and supportive environment for you to express and process your emotions related to your MVA.

  5. Confidence Building

    You may struggle with a lack of self-confidence for driving following the MVA and feeling unsafe and anxious. If you’re also feeling guilty for the accident, whether or not it was your fault, that can affect your self-esteem and self-image. Therapy can help you rebuild and revitalize all these.

  6. Relationship Building

    An MVA can sometimes lead to strain on relationships with family or friends also affected by the accident. Our therapists can assist you with improving communication and healing strained relationships.

  7. Disability Adjustments

    Our therapists can support you in accepting and managing physical disabilities resulting from your MVA.

Contact us now to discuss how we can help you! Our therapists help prevent emotional and psychological complications from your MVA and support your recovery.



PsychSolutions provides services for trauma, motor vehicle & workplace injury, bipolar, anxiety, depression, insomnia, suicidal prevention & bereavement, and relationship and parenting difficulties.