Cancer

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.

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Sarah Ellenwood (she/her)

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

LPC, LMFT

I provide knowledgable care for clients coping with a new diagnosis, treatments, chronic illness, treatment decisions, family communication and death with dignity. This diagnosis can bring existential issues to the forefront and a comfortable space to talk, process, and feel understood can be invaluable.

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Lindsey Weber

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW

A cancer diagnosis can turn your world upside down. While your doctors treat your physical symptoms, your emotions need care as well. Issues I can help you navigate include but are not limited to: processing the loss of a loved one, adjustment to a new diagnosis, fear of cancer recurrence or progression, body image issues related to treatment, anxiety about medical procedures, contemplating existential concerns, and caregiver burnout.

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Lori Eckel (she/her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW, APHSW-C

I work with people facing new diagnosis, disease progression or recurrence, or navigating the experience of cancer survivorship. I have worked with people facing blood, tissue and solid organ cancers with specialty experience in gynecologic cancer and brain tumors.

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Regina Tricamo (She/her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW

I have experience working with clients who have a diagnosis of cancer or other major medical issues. I look to support you in adjusting to this new reality, considering options regarding treatments and increasing your supportive connections with others.

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