Jeff Cohen, BA Psych, CRV-F, RVP (Vocational & Transferable Skills Analysis)

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Jeff Cohen has been employed in the field of vocational rehabilitation since 2002, where he has gained experience assessing claimants injured in motor vehicle accidents as well as those suffering from significant medical, emotional, and physical disabilities of various causes. He is experienced working with soft tissue injuries as well as severe orthopaedic impairments and disabilities. He has also worked with those who have had minor, moderate, and severe head injuries and other neurological injuries. Jeff continues to provide vocational rehabilitation counseling, planning, and placement services, and has completed labour market research assignments and vocational opinions.

Jeff graduated from York University with a degree in psychology. He is a member of the Vocational Rehabilitation Association of Canada (VRAC), a serving board member with the Canadian Assessment, Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Society (CAVEWAS), and is designated as a ‘Registered Vocational Professional’ (RVP) and ‘Registered Rehabilitation Professional’ (RRP). He is a member in good standing with the College of Vocational Rehabilitation & Vocational Service Professionals (CVRP) and holds the designation of ‘Certified Vocational Professional’ (CVP). He has also received training to use the transferable skills program developed by Vocationology Inc. and has received the Certified Rehabilitation Vocationologist – Diplomate (CRV-D) designation. He is a certified GATB Test Administrator, is a certified VALPAR Pro 3000 Operator, and has completed his Advanced (Level 2) training in ‘Brain Injury Rehabilitation for Persons with Acquired Brain Injury’ through the Ontario Brain Injury Association and Brock University. He has completed the International Certification in Impairment and Disability Rating (based on the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, 4th ed.) through the American Board of Forensic Professionals.

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