Psychological Assessments, Testing and Diagnosis
Psychological assessments are available upon request. Assessments are conducted in order to determine the degree of cognitive and socio-emotional impairment as a result of an illness, injury or trauma, also a diagnosis if appropriate and treatment needs and goals.
Prior to providing an assessment clients are fully informed about the purpose of the assessment and its components. Comprehensive psychological assessments typically consist of conducting an in-depth interview with the client, clinical observation and when appropriate the administration of selected psychological tests. To address the referral question fully, the information from other sources is often gathered such as: medical reports from hospitals, family physicians, rehabilitation centers and/or reports from lawyers.
Psychological counseling/psychotherapy is provided for a range of problems, included but not limited to:
Family of origin problems
Abuse and trauma
Eating Disorders/Eating Issues
Adjustment to university issues
Career and workplace issues
Post MVA and/or work injury issues
Race and cultural diversity
Possible topics that can be covered in coaching include: developing vision and values, Improving performance through balancing priorities, improving time management, delegatio , self and team motivation, handling interpersonal issues as well as different personal style issues such as reviewing life and career options, building self awareness, assertiveness, clear goals and action, emotional and social intelligence etc.
Workshops and Groups
Workshops can be offered to organizations and small groups on a variety of topics: Dr. Bojic has an experience with conducting workshops on Emotional Intelligence, Stress management, Coping with Anxiety and Eating Disorders. The workshops can be custom designed depending on the groups’ or organizations’ interests and needs.
Group therapy is effective alternative to individual therapy. It offers a unique opportunity to learn from others and to practice effective communication skills. The experience of group therapy can be very helpful as members receive feedback not only from the facilitator of the group, but also from other group members and it offers the opportunity to act as a resource to other members. For participation in groups a short pre-group interview is required. Also, ground rules and format of the group are explained to perspective group members beforehand in order to maximize participants’ group therapy experience.