Comprehensive Third Party and Workers Compensation 

an injured man after a motor vehicle accident
Psychological treatment
CTP Insurance
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At Dune Health and Wellbeing  we provide psychological treatment to clients injured in a motor vehicle accident under Comprehensive Third Party (CTP) insurance policies or who have been injured at work under Worker's Compensation (WC) insurance policies.

Our treatments are provided under the clinical framework established for this purpose and whose goals are:

The above Framework is established under these 5 guiding principles :

As a provider our primary objective is to support the client’s recovery and return to normal lifestyle. This is generally achieved through evidence‑based clinical intervention and management.

We will:



Why should I see a psychologist after a motor vehicle or workplace injury?

When someone is involved in a motor vehicle injury (whether it be as a driver, passenger or pedestrian) or a workplace injury - they may experience a range of changes to their mental and physical health. For some, these changes resolve relatively quickly while for others the impact of the injury can have long-lasting effects.

If you have been involved in a motor vehicle or workplace injury and are struggling with your mental health, you may benefit from seeing a psychologist. Under your Compulsory Third Party (CTP) or Worker's Compensation claim, your insurer may approve you for psychological treatment.

Do you see clients under CTP/Worker's Comp?


Does DHW have psychologists registered and approved to see CTP/Worker's Comp clients?


How many sessions can I use?

The number of sessions you can use under CTP or Worker's Comp will depend on your individual situation and what your insurer will approve.

What do I need for my initial consultation?

Do I need to pay anything?

No. While you have an existing CTP/WC claim and if your insurer has approved you to see a psychologist, then your insurer will be billed directly for the treatment sessions and any associated costs relevant to your claim.

Do I need to wait long?

No. Our Provisional Psychologists' calendars are open and there are little to no wait times for appointments. 

Note: Our role does not include advocating for the worker in relation to the management of their claim, litigation or other compensation processes.