Our Parenting with Cancer therapy group is a therapeutic resource for parents with a cancer diagnosis. The goal is to create a community for people living with cancer who are also parents, where you will be able to come together to share and process the unique experiences that come with being a parent and living with a cancer diagnosis, as well as provide psychoeducation and parenting resources.
Our Young Adults with Cancer Therapy Group is a therapeutic resource for people ages 18-40 with a cancer diagnosis. The goal is to create a community where you will be able to share and process the unique experiences that come with being a young adult living with a cancer diagnosis, as well as address existential distress and explore topics specific to the groups needs and concerns.
Individuals facing cancer may also experience emotional distress. Symptoms of anxiety and depression can occur in up to half of those diagnosed with cancer and are common during treatment transitions. Our team of oncology trained licensed clinical social workers and psychologists work with you to alleviate mental health symptoms associated with cancer care. We first meet with you to assess your unique needs and then develop an individualized treatment plan.