Through our collaborations and partnerships, Psychological Injury Consultants adopt a best practice approach to assessing and treating the psychological consequences of traumatic experiences, including Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, and other anxiety problems.


It is our mission to provide comprehensive, objective, effective, and ethical psychological trauma services to our clients.


We utilize state-of-the-art techniques with demonstrated scientific merit, and we tailor these techniques to fit client needs.


Whether it is assessment, treatment, teaching, or research, Psychological Injury Consultants aim to keep in step with innovation and advance knowledge in order to reduce distress that accompanies psychological trauma and PTSD.



Psychological injuries may occur as the result of severe stress, trauma, or serious physical injury to oneself or others. They can be a consequence of actual, threatened, or witnessed events. For injuries to be considered psychological in nature, they must involve damage or dysfunction to a person’s thinking, feeling and behaviour that impair both daily functioning and sense of emotional well-being. Common psychological injuries include traumatic stress and PTSD, depression, and other anxiety disorders. Persistent chronic pain and traumatic brain injuries resulting from accidents and other events may also be considered psychological injuries.







Traumatic Stress


Although exposure to traumatic events is relatively common (estimates range from 50 to 90 percent of people having experienced events of a traumatic nature), only about eight percent of those will develop full symptoms of PTSD


Learn more about PTSD