A diagnosis of cancer can be devastaing. In addition to the physical symptoms, cancer can take an emotional toll. Individuals suffering from cancer may be more likely to feel depressed, irritable or anxious and may experience other related symptoms, such as insomnia. If you or a loved on is dealing with cancer, a mental health professional can help you learn ways of coping.
Local Experts in Cancer
I have been a caretaker to a loved one, and a cancer survivor myself. I bring to the therapy space a deep understanding and empathy for those walking this road. I believe there is commonality in all of our experiences and honor the uniqueness in each journey as well. I offer an open and judgement free ear for those who need to explore their feelings and say whatever they need to say.
My passion and clinical expertise is in Cancer (more detail under \'My Background\'): Newly diagnosed; In Treatment; Survivors with stage I-III cancers; People living with cancer as a chronic illness (most often stages III & IV); Cancer recurrence, Metastatic cancer (stage IV) who expect cancer to take their lives, support to loved ones and caregivers & anticipatory and complicated grief.
Having walked the path of a cancer survivor, we work together to process the treatment experience and integrate your experience into your new life as a survivor.