WE’LL HELP YOU GET THROUGH YOUR CANCER DIAGNOSIS
With the knowledge and grace that comes from years of training and experience our dedicated team of licensed oncology clinical social workers are here as a resource for you, your family and your caregivers.
Our team members have received local and national awards for being outstanding clinical caregivers, have done grant-funded research on novel interventions to reduce survivor distress, have led nationally recognized educational programs for psychosocial healthcare professionals, and have served as leaders on clinical advisory and cancer non-profit boards.
We are passionate about assisting people through the process of dealing with cancer and we encourage you to contact us to learn more about the support available to you. We are able to assist with questions or concerns related to your cancer diagnosis and its impact on various aspects of your life.
HOW WE CAN HELP
Life can feel so different after a cancer diagnosis. In fact, many patients and their family members report, to us, multiple and varied reactions to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. These reactions can range from feeling worried, sad, angry, and uncertain one minute to feeling optimistic, hopeful, and determined the next. It is normal to feel a wide range of emotions in response to the changes experienced during cancer treatment and life after treatment ends, but you do not need to experience this alone. We are here to assist you and your family.
We are often able to help you find creative solutions to better manage the impact of cancer. Whether you are concerned about body image changes or fertility, coping with stress and anxiety, helping your children and family understand your diagnosis, clarifying your goals for care, finding practical and financial resources, or dealing with the impact of cancer on your work, we are available.