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WorkSafeBC is responsible for helping injured workers return to their pre-injury status. This usually involves helping workers overcome physical problems associated with their injury. However, workers may also have psychological issues associated with a physical injury or related to workplace trauma. A network of qualified professionals across the province contracts with WorkSafeBC to provide mental health services as needed to B.C.'s injured workers.There are two types of Mental Health Services: Assessment services and Mental Health Treatment services (MHT). These are two separate contracts with different application and qualification processes.
These two types of assessment services can be used for diagnosis and treatment planning or to determine permanent functional Impairment. Mental health assessment services are only provided by Registered Psychologists.
MHT Services can be provided by Registered Clinical Counselors, counselors licensed by the Canadian Clinical Association of Counselors, Registered Psychological Associates and Registered Psychologists.
To find out more about Mental Health Assessment Services see Psychological assessments
To find out more about Mental Health Treatment Services see Treatment.
If you are interested in offering mental health services (treatment and/or assessment), please view the bid opportunity details.
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