The success of physical rehabilitation often depends on helping injured people cope, adjust and move forward with their lives. Cambridge Psychology Centre helps a wide range of people, including those injured at work, in automobile accidents, and those who were hurt in military or essential service (nurses, police officers, etc.). We can work individually with the client going through rehab or with them and their family when appropriate. Whatever you need, we can help patients overcome the psychological burdens associated with the recovery and dealing with the effects of an accident.

Secure Information

Trust is important. Cambridge Psychology Centre treats all information, both personal medical needs and revelations from therapy, with security and sensitivity. No information will be shared with a third party without your informed consent in advance.

Effective & Professional

All our work uses evidence-based psychology care in professional sessions that put the client’s needs first. We help people develop skills and learn the right techniques for their needs.

Personalized Therapy

No two rehabilitation experiences are alike. We offer every client a custom-tailored approach that meets the unique treatment needs of everyone who comes to us for help.

How Can Therapy Help With Those Going Through Rehabilitation?

Therapy can play a crucial role in successful rehabilitation. When someone has a long road to recovery, they could have to overcome chronic pain, an acquired brain injury (ABI), fears associated with the accident, and other problems connected with trauma reactions. Therapy work usually starts with an assessment to best understand a person’s problems and then treatment to effectively address them. This work is most often done individually, but our team of psychologists, psychological associates and psychotherapists also work with couples and families when it helps the patient. The team at Cambridge Psychology Centre is made up of experts who can help those who have to overcome trauma related to their injuries, including members of our armed forces and essential workers.

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