RCMP Assessments

Policing is one of the most challenging careers in Canada. When you first join policing, you may not have expected the full impact your experiences would have on your mental health. Those life threatening calls, stressful and dangerous situations, handling of dead bodies, civilian rescues, next of kin notifications, and dealing with the loss of a colleague are only some of the struggles you may have faced. Before you know it, your life has changed because of your service. The demands of work, home, and society pile on and it is difficult to make sense out of your life.

We provide full mental health assessments so you can understand yourself better. We help you complete a VAC psychological form and assessment, which will acknowledge the trauma you have experienced due to your service to Canada. The VAC psychological is compensation for how your life has changed since starting policing and identifying how your mental health has deteriorated.

Get an Assessment

Uzma Williams is a provisional psychologist who completes VAC assessments for RCMP members. She will meet with you and conduct a full assessment as well as complete your forms for VAC, making the process very simple and easy. Completing a VAC psychological form does not impact your RCMP position, nor is ANY information shared with RCMP – your job is not impacted in any way.

Uzma Williams has been a sessional professor at MacEwan University for the past 9 years in the Police and Investigations programs, teaching future police members about mental health. She also has a book titled Police Response to Mental Health in Canada.

Psychiatry currently identified ten personality disorders that are categorized into clusters according to similarities in their characteristics. Although each personality disorder has its own individual sign and symptoms, some disorders share common overarching commonalities.

Cluster A

Paranoid, schizoid and schizotypal personality disorders. These are disorders are characterized by feelings of paranoia, distrust and suspicion.

Cluster B

Impulsive personality disorders, such as borderline, narcissistic, histrionic and antisocial personality disorders which are characterized by having difficulty controlling emotions, fears, desires and anger.

Cluster C

Anxious personality disorders, such as obsessive-compulsive, dependent and avoidant personality disorders. These are characterized by experiencing compulsions and anxiety.