Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB)
Community Mental Health Program (CMHP)
Assessment & Treatment
Work-Related Mental Stress Injuries
One-Time or Recurrent Traumatic Exposures
Psychological Response After Index Injury
First-Responders, Health Care, Teachers & Skilled Trades
WSIB Assessment & Treatment
No waitlist, personalized client support, & in-house therapy treatments
Book a free Intake Consultation with us
Complete a WSIB-CMHP Psychological Assessment with our team
Assessment Debrief & Next Steps
Once approved, commence your Treatment Plan with our team
Three Most Common Psychological Issues
After a Workplace Injury
Coping after experiencing a workplace injury can feel like a crashing wave of emotions and feelings. Here are some of the common psychological issues after experiencing a work-related injury:
Meet our WSIB-Approved Psychologists
At BeWell, our goal is to accompany you through the entire process with personalized client support and a complete care approach. As a WSIB-Approved Provider within the Community Mental Health Program (CMHP), we provide Psychological Assessments for workplace mental stress injuries and offer Psychological Treatment so you can start feeling yourself again.
WSIB-CMHP Assessment & Treatment by BeWell Team
Benefits of Early Intervention with a WSIB-CMHP Psychologist
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Call or text us for immediate support. We are open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 6pm EST
Frequently Asked Questions
The assessment is covered through WSIB. If you are approved after submitting a claim, you won’t have to pay for the assessment program.
The first step is to file a claim under the Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB), the organization in charge of providing support to Ontario’s workers. After you get a claim number, the next step is to contact us to begin the assessment and treatment process.
To file a claim with WSIB, follow this link.
To get started with us, book a free consultation here.
Yes, we do. We are one of the few WSIB-approved providers that can offer therapeutic care after your assessment. We work with registered Psychologists, Psychotherapists, and Social Workers with extensive experience with mental stress injuries and provide evidence-informed and goal-oriented treatment plans