NAVIGATION

Psychological Counseling

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Psychological rehabilitation is the systematic use of psychological theories and practices stemming from biological, cerebral, and social perspectives to treat a full range of disabilities that patient’s may face. It promotes overall psychological health which increases overall physical health and rehabilitation. Psychological rehabilitation helps patients recover body functionality, overcome obstacles, and promotes full and equal participation in all aspects of societal life. Psychological rehabilitation is critical to the general rehabilitation process whereby a healthy mental state plays a very critical role. .

Psychological rehabilitation services mainly serve to ameliorate:

  1. Various acute, chronic, traumatic, progressive and congenital disabilities or diseases caused by a variety of cognitive, behavioral, or emotional developmental disorders
  2. Spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, stroke, peripheral nerve injury, Parkinson’s disease and other neurological disorders caused by cognitive, behavioral and emotional disorders
  3. Amputations, fractures and other motor system disorders compounded by a variety of psychological disorders
  4. Various geriatric diseases such as high blood pressure, hypertension, heart disease, diabetes and other disorders caused by various psychological factors
  5. Other maladies such as pain, sleep disorders, burns, and malignant tumors complicated by psychological problems
  6. Psychological stress, emotional distress, insomnia and similar disorders caused by psychological trauma
  7. Family, social and emotional problems, issues adapting, and a variety of other disorders caused by psychological issues

Psychological rehabilitation services include:

  1. Testing and evaluation of IQ, memory, emotion, personality, behavior, psychological trauma, post traumatic psychological distress, and social viability
  2. Support for abnormal emotional and psychological trauma
  3. Cognitive therapy for patients with psychological, emotional and behavioral disorders
  4. Rehabilitation for poor brain function, memory loss, attention deficit, and other suboptimal cognitive functions
  5. Music therapy for cognitive, language, emotional and behavioral disorders
  6. Speech therapy and speech imitation practice, language exchange and interactive life skills training for those facing behavior communications issues
  7. HRV and BETS neuropsychological assessments and training
  8. Counseling and guidance for family members of patients coping with illnesses