Melissa Cutler holds a Masters Degree in both Psychology and Social Work from the University of Toronto. She has the experience and compassion in Toronto concussion therapy to treat the depression, anxiety and other symptoms that accompany post concussion syndrome.
Her two decades of clinical and research work in public sector , community, and hospital settings as a counsellor, field instructor and educator more than qualify her to treat this mounting syndrome and expedite adjustment following a concussion.
Concussions have been called an invisible injury although they have some real consequences to the people who suffer through them. They can linger and affect the way victims function on the physical side and one of these mishaps can actually cause the brain tissue to change shape and damage brain cells. Helping Melissa correctly ascertain the best way to move forward with Toronto concussion recovery steps means understanding how a concussion can affect a person’s overall demeanor and psychological and mental states . She specializes in therapies for depression and anxiety which can be two of the ill effects for people on the rebound from the physical damage from a concussion.
She can help with a wide range of issues including anger and stress management as well as well as the other effects of a concussion that linger and hinder the quality of a person’s life. Her approach is grounded in compassionate and clear dialogue and she always maintains the necessary air of professional objectivity that will help patients get to the root cause of their emotional imbalances so they can live life to the fullest.
Helping someone who has suffered through a severe concussion find their way again and deal with these personal issues through a series of concussion recovery steps is just one of Melissa Cutler’s specialties. While some concussion symptoms are noticeable right away like headaches, weakness and numbness as well as decreased balance and coordination and maybe even slurred speech. The psychological and emotional shockwaves often linger and/or compound long after the physical effects have vanished.
Many of the people who have suffered a concussion report feeling worthless, frustrated and lonely and Melissa Cutler’s areas of expertise helps people readjust and align their thoughts and emotions to the changes their new realities present.
Melissa Cutler focuses on a collaborative effort between client and therapist to achieve the best results. She prides herself on the fact that she uses a variety of different techniques to change and identify any emotional, mental and psychological problems that anyone might be experiencing as a result of one of these events.