CFIR’s Trauma & Dissociation Assessment Service offers comprehensive psychological evaluations of symptoms associated with traumatic experiences for the purpose of providing or clarifying diagnoses including Acute Stress, Adjustment, Post-Traumatic Stress, complex PTSD or Dissociative Disorders, and making treatment recommendations to address your concerns and struggles.
Our service offers comprehensive psychological evaluations of your mental wellbeing in the aftermath of traumatic life experiences. We utilize clinical interviews and employ rigorous scientific, evidence-based questionnaires to help you understand the nature of your psychological and relationship difficulties in the aftermath of past and current stressful, painful and/or life-threatening experiences.
Do any of the following items apply to you or a loved one?
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 CFIR’s Trauma & Dissociation Assessment Service. Our mental health professionals can provide you with a comprehensive assessment to help you understand the current nature of your difficulties in the aftermath of stressful and traumatic life experiences.
You can refer yourself or a loved one to our service to assess whether a stressful or traumatic life experience has affected your wellbeing.
Health care professionals, including physicians, psychiatrists, social workers, psychotherapists and psychologists may also refer patients for the purpose of identifying or clarifying diagnoses related to traumatic stress or dissociative disorders.
Typically, our clinical psychologist will meet with you for an initial session to understand your concerns and struggles in the aftermath of stressful and traumatic life experiences. He or she will complete an evidence-based clinical interview and administer scientifically validated questionnaires for the purpose of understanding the nature of your psychological difficulties resulting from exposure to significant stress and traumatic experiences. Your clinical psychologist will then meet with you one more time to ask you additional questions about your experiences, and then provide you with a diagnosis that is most relevant to the symptoms and experiences that you have described.
The entire assessment process, which includes an initial session, clinical interviews and administration of scientific, evidence-based questionnaires, assessment feedback, and a report with recommendations (if needed) will take approximately four weeks to complete. Please consult with one of our clinical psychologists to determine the length of time required to complete your particular assessment.
Following a rigorous assessment and feedback process, our clinical psychologist will provide recommendations for the treatment of your stress-related, trauma or dissociative disorder. He or she will ensure that you are provided referrals to clinicians who have extensive experience and are competent to provide evidence-based treatments for your condition.
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