What is PGAP?
The PGAP (Progressive Goal Attainment Program) is the most researched standardized intervention for reducing disability associated with a wide range of debilitating health and mental health conditions.
The primary goal of the PGAP is to reduce psychosocial barriers to rehabilitation progress. This goal is achieved through the use of evidence-based techniques specifically designed to target psychosocial risk factors.
About the PGAP Program
Where is the service located?
Treatment is located within the person’s home or community and private offices.
When to refer?
+ When normal treatment approaches are not working
+ Ongoing pain is preventing participation or completion of day-to-day activities
+ Extensive injury history and complex recovery story
+ When self-care activities, household activities, recreational activities, social activities and work-related activities are difficult or impossible to complete
Who can refer?
Injured Person, Doctor, Specialist, Insurer, Physiotherapist, Psychologist, Rehabilitation Provider
What to expect when treatment finishes?
Once treatment is complete our Clients will have improved self-belief to maintain a healthy lifestyle that includes engagement in community groups and social activities. They will have the confidence to continue their health journey and be empowered to return to the workforce.
- Cognitive-behavioural techniques such as thought monitoring and reappraisal
- Behavioural techniques such as graded exposure and goal setting
- Relational techniques such as disclosure and validation