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Psychosocial Oncology Services

The MCA's Behavioral Health Therapist helps members support the psychological well-being of cancer patients from the first day of diagnosis through survivorship. Our therapist is available to support and collaborate with members' existing psychological services and can offer guidance for members who wish to revitalize existing programs or initiate psychosocial oncology services. Individual and group counseling sessions are available through interactive televideo (ITV) and the therapist is also available to travel to member sites for meetings, programs and presentations.

Presentation topics for patients include:

Coping With Anxiety, Depression & Fatigue
Breast Cancer Survivorship
General Cancer Survivorship
Going Forward: Life After Cancer

Presentation topics for health care professionals include:

Breast Cancer Survivorship
General Cancer Survivorship
Anxiety, Depression & Suicide Among Cancer Patients
Motivational Interviewing

For those who are thinking about kicking the smoking habit:

Last modified: Jan 29, 2019