The status of emotional sphere, cognitive functions and the quality of life was evaluated in 19 men with post-traumatic cephalalgia. The following instruments were used: The Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale (adapted in Russian), Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, Recovery Locus of Control, Psychological General Well-Being Index, MMSE (Mini - Mental State Examination), Luria Test, Shulte Tables. Our main findings were as follows: average age of the group was 38.7 +/- 11.1 years against the mean duration of pain 10.8 +/- 4.7 years. Gross cognitive deficits were reported in 5 (26.3%) men with severe brain injuries. An increased level of anxiety was found in 6 (31.6%) whereas clinical depression was diagnosed in 7 men. Thus, different types of cephalgia are attributed to the presence and various rates of anxiety, depression and cognitive disorders.