Get The Right Support For Psychological Symptoms After a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA)
Clinical Psychologists with specialized training in rehabilitation and trauma
Virtual or In-Person
Covered by Insurance-Based
Trauma & PTSD
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MVA Assessment and Treatment Services
MVA Psychological Assessment
A comprehensive assessment to help you identify and understand how your symptoms are impacting your life.
A team of Registered Psychologists & Psychotherapists to help you improve your symptoms long-term & return to pre-accident functioning.
Need Assistance With Treatment Funding?
If you have an accident claim open, contact us, and we can assist you with applying for treatment funding. We will meet with you to submit an OCF-18 form to obtain funding from your insurer.
Common Symptoms After a Motor Vehicle Accident
If you experience any of these symptoms, our team can help you understand & develop the coping mechanisms to feel like yourself again.
Meet Our Psychology Assessment Team
Dr. Nadia Pershad
Director of Psychological Services
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MVA (Motor Vehicle Accident) Psychology Assessment and Treatment refers to the psychological evaluation and therapeutic interventions provided to individuals who have experienced psychological distress as a result of a car accident. These services aim to address trauma, emotional well-being, and overall mental health following an accident.
Anyone involved in a Motor Vehicle Accident can benefit from MVA Psychology Assessment and Treatment. This includes drivers, passengers, and pedestrians who may have experienced trauma, anxiety, depression, or other psychological issues as a result of the accident.
MVA Assessments and Treatment are covered by auto insurance policies. However, coverage may vary depending on the policy and the severity of the psychological issues. It's essential to check with your insurance provider to understand your specific coverage.
After your auto insurance provider approves the psychology services treatment plan (OCF-18 form), there are several important steps in processing fees:
1. Utilize Your Extended Health Benefits:
Your auto insurer requires that you exhaust all available extended health benefits for psychology services before we can initiate direct billing to your auto insurance company.
2. Payment in the Absence of Direct Billing:
In the event your extended health insurance company does not permit direct billing, you will be asked to make payment for services at the conclusion of each psychology session. Subsequently, we will provide you with a detailed receipt that you can submit to your extended health insurer for reimbursement.
3. Notification of Exhausted Coverage:
Once you have utilized the entirety of your psychology coverage from your extended health insurer, they will furnish you with a letter confirming that no further coverage is available. This will signify that any remaining expenses will be addressed through your auto insurance coverage.
Seeking a collision related assessment and treatment as soon as possible is recommended, as it can help prevent the development of long term psychological issues. However, it's never too late to seek help, and treatment can be beneficial even if some time has passed since the accident.
The duration of treatment can vary depending on your unique needs and the severity of psychological issues. Some individuals may benefit from short-term interventions, while others may require longer-term therapy. The treatment length is determined on a case-by-case basis.