ABS Occupational mental health helps businesses and employees be prepared for accidents and workplace injuries that happen at any time, and also recover from the subsequent damage. Occupational mental health helps prevent long-term effects on the workforce, resulting in a lot of emotional and psychological suffering that can lead to more complicated disabilities. Workplace injury and disease can hinder business operations and the ability to deliver a consistent service to customers.
To prevent long-lasting interruptions in workplace productivity, and to prevent complicated lawsuits and litigation issues it is best to refer injured employees for early assessment and occupational mental health treatment when needed. If an employee is injured at the workplace and affected by fear, stress, depression, or anxiety early intervention can help prevent long-lasting disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic disorder, major depression, and mood disorders due to general medical conditions and mental anguish or addiction related to disability, chronic pain and problems dealing with loss and grief, or any other issue that can interfere with the employee’s focus and productivity.
ABS is dedicated to helping affected employees to get over their injuries and any kind of underlying psychological problems through the most effective program of care. Enabling them to get back to work with their dignity and sense of self-respect intact.
ABS Occupational mental health clinicians are approved by the NYS workman’s compensation board to provide mental health and behavioral health service. ABS team of doctors, therapists, and counselors Help injured workers learn to cope with and/or recover from serious disabling emotional and behavioral issues related to workplace disease and injury.
ABS Occupational mental health has been providing mental health treatment to injured workers for over 25 years. If you, your client, or a loved one was injured in a work-related accident, you or they may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits and treatment to help you through the tough time and help you get back to yourself and back to work where you want to be. Examples of on-the-job injuries include, but are not limited to: