It’s easy to measure the extent of the physical injuries from a traumatic accident or event, but the psychological effects often do much more damage. At The Green Room, our team provides personal injury evaluations and counseling to help you cope with post-accident trauma you are experiencing and present it as evidence in a personal injury lawsuit if you decide to file one.
After sustaining orthopedic injuries as a result of an accident or incident, the psychological effects sometimes get overlooked. Following a traumatic event, it is normal to experience a range of symptoms of depression, anxiety, and insomnia.
Personal injury evaluations and counseling are available by our team of providers at The Green Room. They would conduct an initial evaluation to determine the extent of the psychological effects of your injuries and strategize a treatment plan based on their clinical observation and findings.
We provide personal injury services on a lien basis to both adults and minors. That means you don’t have to worry about insurance or out-of-pocket payment at the time of your services. Instead, you will be invoiced after your case has been resolved.
There are countless reasons why you may need personal injury counseling. We are specialized in providing psychological care to individuals who have been emotionally impacted by incidents such as animal attacks, auto accidents, physical and sexual assault, elderly abuse and harassment, clergy abuse, bed bug incidents, slip and fall, and more.
These are just a few of many examples, but the need for personal injury counseling after a traumatic event is largely subjective.
How can I tell if I need personal injury counseling?
The emotional effects of traumatic events vary widely. If your emotions and habits change after a traumatic event, there is a good chance that the changes are linked to the trauma you recently experienced. Common signs that you need personal injury counseling include experiencing some of these symptoms:
During your initial evaluation, your provider asks you questions about the event and your feelings surrounding it. If it is determined that your psychological impairments are resulted by your incident, you will be able to receive treatments.