Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Program

When people need mental health therapy due to psychological trauma at work, we may refer them to our providers in the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Program network. This network is made up of clinicians who have long-term contracts with us. These contracts come up for bidding periodically.

Overview of services

Our PTSD Program provides specialized interdisciplinary and comprehensive return-to-work focused programs for injured workers who have experienced psychological trauma and have developed a compensable trauma-related mental health condition that interferes with their previous level of function and work.

Services in a PTSD Program are primarily delivered by a mental health clinician (psychologist, counsellor, social worker) and an occupational therapist.

Becoming a provider

To become a provider, you need to apply when the bidding process begins.

We post notifications on BC Bid when services are required. All the information you need, including how to submit your bid, will be in the posted documents.

You can also sign up to be notified by email when we post new bid opportunities. See our Bid opportunities webpage to sign up.

Submitting reports and invoices

All the information you need to complete our required paperwork is available in the contract documents you sign with us.

PTSD Program providers can access our Provider Portal, where you can efficiently submit reports and invoices, check the payment status of your invoice, and receive referrals.

Need more information?

We want to make sure you have all the information you need to work with us as a health care provider. If you have questions, please contact us for help. You can also download a copy of our contact information.

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